The July Pylon Collaboration Animation Contest Ends In:
July Collaboration Contest
We are super excited to announce that we are doing a collaboration contest this month! Everyone will create their part, and at the end, we will stitch it together into one long animation! The end of your animation will be edited to continue on to the next contestant's animation. All you need to do is create a 10-20 second animation with a paper airplane entering, something happening, and then the plane exiting the scene. Read the full rules below and have fun!
July Contest Rules
The main rule is there needs to be a paper airpane flying in from the middle left, and exit the middle right side of the screen. As shown below in the video, it's your standared paper plane. Anything can happen in the scene. A character can interact with the plane; the plane just has to exit at the end. Have fun!
Paper plane must enter center left, and exit center right.
Entry must be at least 1280px x 720px, but optimum is 1920px x 1080px
Your entry must be at least 10 seconds and no more than 20 seconds
You may use any animation style (3D, 2D, stopmotion, etc)
You may use any software or equipment
Must be your own original work!
Any assets used must be created by yourself or be royalty free
No music please, but sound effects are wanted
Must NOT be video-game related
You may NOT submit a previous animation; it must be new and created for this contest
You may NOT include adult, suggestive, or offensive content
Most, if not all, of the entries will be edited into a giant sequence of animation on our YouTube channel! The top 3 winners will still receive a complimentary limited edition T-Shirt created specifically for this contest! In addition, the top 3 winners will receive a portion of that month's T-Shirt sales. The first place winner receives $2 per shirt sold, and the second and third place winners each receive $1 per shirt sold! There is no limit to how many shirts can be sold, just the time limit. (Shirts can only be bought during this specified period of time.)
Hey! We would love your feedback. Let an animator know you admire their work! Is there something they could improve on? Simply @ their username. We get better by critiquing each other. Also if you have any question or comments feel free to ask them here as well.