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 March 2004 Fan Art Drawing Contest is proud to present its first contest. (Yay!) What you need to do is just draw your favorite anime or manga character with this theme in mind: "March Madness". Scan your drawing (as best as you can make it) and email it to rio[at] - and make sure you specify March Contest in your email.

Manga Techniques Vol. 5 The Prize:
Manga Techniques Vol. 5: How to Draw Japanese Manga
by Kai Hinamoto (illustrator) & Shinji Haraguchi (editor)
Published 2003 by Diamond Comic Publications
80 pages

1. Entries must be emailed by March 23rd. Anything sent after will not be accepted.
2. Contest is open to anyone. Yes, including folks in other countries besides US.
3. One entry per person only. Hint: Pick your best and send it in! All forms of art welcome - black and white, cg drawings, watercolor, etc.,br> 4. By entering, you give me the right to post up your artwork at this site and your name too, of course.
5. Anyone breaking any of the rules will be disqualified. No and's, if's, or but's.

Your privacy is greatly respected at this site. If you would like to just use your first name and first letter of your last name (ex. Rio A.) or use an alias, we are okay with either one. Only the winner will be asked to send us his or her address and will be kept confidential. We'll only post what country you're located. All other entrants will not be asked to send in their address or other contact info aside from their email, of course.

Congratulations to Daemon Rai!

Her entry entitled "Even Hell Ain't This Bad" features several forum members (and a friend of Daemon Rai) in a memoriable group picture. In no particular order: Daemon Rai, Zal, Oook, Rio, Woofy, boogipop, and Daemon Rai's friend are portrayed with "inside" jokes you can find out about in the forum. ^_^ 1st Ever Contest! Forum Thread



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