Art in MusicOK, so this is very simple and super fun (I hope!)Art in Music by ~No-where-man
Theme: YOUR FAV SONG!
1)Must be a new art piece
2)Must be created for this contest (if you need an exception, just ask)
3)If you use stock images, must credit them fully and properly.
4)Must name song that inspired piece, and possible put a link to where you can here the song. (not required, but would be helpful)
5)Have fun! (sorry, this was cliche)
Ok, so i got the idea from my girlfriend, who is helping me to a piece on this later. (no planned date yet). Anyways i always wanted to do a art piece inspired by "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" by the Beatles, which i am hoping to do some day (hopefully soon). So i thought this would be a fun contest and so it became. Anyways i hope you have fun doing this.
Entry: To submit it just send me a note with a link to your piece and i will enter it.
So far just me and ~Jessi-The-Impaler:iconJessi-The-Impaler:
Tots and Teens: A Lit. Contest*ThornyEnglishRose and ~batousaijin presentTots and Teens: A Lit. Contest by *ThornyEnglishRose
Tots and Teens: The Children's Literature Contest
Just what are the merits of children's literature? Or are there any? Is it somehow more palatable and less merit-worthy than adult literature? Or is that just the opinion of adults who have forgotten what it's like to be a child? Well, you tell us. Your task is simple. Write us a piece of children's literature in any or all of the following three categories:
Traditionally, children's poetry tends to have very exact rhyme and rhythm. It will usually tell a clear story, very often with a big dose of humour and without a great deal of metaphor or hidden meaning. Maybe you would like to emulate those kinds of poems, or maybe you think you know an equally valid but different way. Whichever it is, we'd love to see it.
Fiction: 12 and Under
This is a very broad category. You could be writing for any reading age from three to well, twelve. But whi