CP Magic! Reader gallery submissions for the next issue are now open.
Have you recently finished a piece of colored pencil artwork that you’re really pleased with? Now is your opportunity to share that work with the world in the CP Magic! Reader Gallery.
You may also be chosen to share your work with the readers of CP Magic! magazine in the CP Magic! Reader Gallery.
Entries are open from the eighth of each month through the 15th, so now’s the time to submit!
The CP Magic! Reader Gallery Rules
Images must be:
- Mostly colored pencil work.
- Created from your own reference photos, royalty free images, or with permission of the photographer)
- Clear and accurately represent the actual artwork.
- At least 600 pixels on the longest side (see samples below)
- At least 200 dpi resolution
- ONE entry per artist
- NO FAN ART (sports, entertainment, etc.)
- Entry Deadline: The 15th of this month
Images that do not meet these qualifications will not be considered.
All eligible entries will be considered for the online gallery. Carrie will chose four to five to include in the next issue of CP Magic!.
Vertical images should be at least 600 pixels in height.
Horizontal images should be at least 600 pixels in width.
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How to Enter
Prepare your image, then attach it to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Include your name and the title of the work as you want it to appear in the online gallery. Also include:
- Paper or other support you used*
- Pencils or other media*
- A brief paragraph about why you chose the subject or how you drew it. Personal thoughts on the artwork you submit are also welcome.*
The entry deadline is 11:59 pm Central Time US on the 15th of this month. Don’t miss it. Send your entries today!
*The online gallery contains only the name of the artist and the title of the work. Entries chosen for the magazine will also include the paper and pencils used and the artist’s thoughts on the subject or the drawing method.