You might have noticed that I have changed the name of the comic to The Legend of Lucy. I felt like this would be a smart move in the long run, in order to disassociate the comic from the movie that came out a couple years ago. Also, it just sounds nicer.
Don’t worry, all the urls you used before will still work. Tags too.
If I had low expectations for the turnout of the last contest, they were even lower this time around, but again, I’m pleasantly suprised.
Winner #1: Stinkiiraven
It’s not very often I get fanart of characters other than Lucy so this is a treat for me. It’s very cute and the colors are appealing to the eye.
Winner #2: Nondell
A nice piece of pixel art, the first I’ve ever gotten for the contest. Lucy looks so cute being so stubby here.
Winner #3: Dynamite Man.EXE
Definitely one of the cooler pieces of farnart I’ve recieved, Dynamite had the flash of inspiration to doll Lucy up lie a certain famous film character. Very cool. She should definitely have a claw like that someday.
Let’s hear it for our winners! Shipping prizes should occur in about a month, so be on the lookout for a message from me soon.
As summer closes out, so does the first ever Lucy Fan Art Contest. As this is the very first, I didn’t expect much of a turnout, and I was correct for the most part, as there were only four entries. I’m not disappointed, however, because each entry was fantastic in it’s own right and well deserving of a prize. So let’s show them off now!
Winner #1: Eric Toner
Eric kicks the contest off with a hilarious but very cool 80s-themed piece. I absolutely love the colors in this, as well as Lucy’s outfit! The bad guys piled at the bottom were a nice touch too.
Winner #2: JJLG
The only one of our contestants to make TWO entries, JJ creates two cool scenarios in the style of the comic. I like his use of action words in these, as well as the sense of motion he adds to the linework. Also, one of them has a video game reference! Can you guess which one?
Winner #3: Justin Durden
This is probably the cutest entry of the four! It’s like a cute prank that a kid would play. Lucy and Glenda have a very kid-like quality to them here.
Winner #4: Syncope
Our final entry, Syncope chooses to make his own interpretation of a scene in Order of the Scale, and it’s great! It’s very well composed and I especially like the poses and soft lighting.
What comes now is that I need to begin getting the prizes produced and shipped out the door! If you’re one of the entries I mentioned, I will send a message asking for shipping info soon. If you’re disappointed about not entering, don’t be! You may get another chance next year!