We also don't want to have any biased judges. For instance, if someone likes a certain member over another, then they may vote for them. Perhaps users who don't frequent this board or newer members should be judges.
I would enter, but when i do something like on christmas it is either THE WORST THING EVER, or it is brilliant. So i think i will stick to judging, i guarentee i will not be biased, because not many people no who i am anyway, i disapeered for the longest time
Hey, I'll join! I'll have more time to draw too (abit) because school is almost over! (4 more days... *drools*) What I mean by joining is, I'll participate! This'll give me something to draw and keep me occupied...
Peefy explained it well, but I can do better. Before we had 3-D graphics, we would use 2-D pictures known as sprites. These are still used, but they aren't nearly as integral right now. The disadvantages with sprites were that you couldn't attain a huge level of detail (though there are some very nice sprites out there, like in Seiken Densetsu 3), and for each time it moved, you would have to essentially draw a new sprite. Now, with 3-D models, we can simply apply a skeleton to the model and use that to move the model, or use motion capture to make the model move.