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Enter the Treasures of Middle-earth design contest!

September 2, 2012 at 3:01 am by Demosthenes  - 

Warner Bros is sponsoring a new contest that gives artists the chance to re-imagine the world of The Hobbit. They call it the Treasures of Middle-earth Design Contest.

Enter your own original fan artwork for a chance to win some great Middle-earth prizes. Or if you’re not artistically inclined (I know I don’t have an artistic bone in my body!), you can rate your favorite fan-created imagery inspired by Bilbo Baggins’ adventure.

The four grand-prize entries will be chosen by John Howe, Alan Lee, and Richard Taylor. Entries close October 15, 2012.

NB: Entry is open only to legal residents of the USA and Canada (excluding Quebec). You can read all the T&Cs, including those pertaining to the assignment of intellectual property, here.

Posted in Fans, Studios, Warner Bros. on September 2, 2012 by
Source: Warner Bros

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6 responses to “Enter the Treasures of Middle-earth design contest!”

  1. ThroughSilver says:

    So for example: could I draw a photo of Richard Armitage’s Thorin or is that against the rules, does it have to be completely original and not copy anything from The Hobbit movies?

  2. Zomborc says:

    No fair. . .
    What about those of us outside the US and Canada?

  3. Graybles says:

    I was so excited to give this a shot! But only inside the US and Canada? …Pissed all over my day anyway

  4. Ithilien says:

    So the country that gave birth to the Hobbit, and the country where it’s being filmed, neither of them can take part. Genius. :/ Come on WB, there is a vast world outside North America.

  5. yay! oh a non US or Canadian resident I can’t join this contest after all…

  6. Erik says:

    I spent hours on my drawing, then when I tried to submit it, the site had technical difficulties for a week and a half. So I tried for days. Finally, when it was working again, the high-quality scan of my work was rejected (twice so far) due to contrast, compression issues or some other problem that isn’t being specified (the email is pretty vague). So far this has been a very frustrating and disappointing experience! I just don’t get it.

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