Photoshop Contest: book cover challenge
Fancy rebranding an old classic tome or coming up with a cutting edge interpretation of a modern author? If so, then this month’s Reader Challenge should give the bookworms amongst you plenty to get your teeth into.
Let your imagination run riot with this one. Feel free to use any of the source images that we’ve provided below or even throw in a few of your own. We’ve given you a few examples to get you started.
Check out our iconic Bond girl:
We’ve also given a fresh slant on A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess:
Now it’s your turn. Our favourite images will be featured in Issue 12, which goes on sale on 5 April, 2012. The closing date for entries is 15 March, 2012, giving you plenty of time to enter, and the overall winner will have their image professionally framed. Good luck!
What you can win
In addition to featuring the best image in Practical Photoshop, we’ll also get it professionally framed by WhiteWall – the leading online gallery for bespoke photographic printing, mounting and framing. WhiteWall’s easy-to-use website allows photographers and digital artists to upload their pictures and select from a variety of beautiful finishes prepared to gallery standards.
How to enter
First, download the source images.
You can use these as a starting point to create your own work of art. You can use as many or as few as you like, and include any images of your own.
Enter by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can send a CD to: Practical Photoshop, Future Publishing, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath BA1 2BW.
Please give your finished creation a suitable title, and supply a headshot and 100 words to describe what you did, and the version of Photoshop you use.
The closing date for entries is 15 March, 2012.
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