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The Gnomon Workshop 09-01-2016 10:41 AM

September, 2016: Robot Companion
 
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Hi all...

Whether it's small and cute or large and full of weapons, you can always count on your Robot Companion to get you out of a tight spot! This month's competition requires you design a character and their mechanized pal. Storytelling and originality are key!

Good luck!

edit: Winners Announced!


Angie M A 09-02-2016 16:01 PM

Image uploading
 
Hi. Another interesting challenge, should be fun to see everyones results.
I would again like to ask for some help with how to upload images full sized to the forum please (if I get a good idea to paint for this challenge). Last challenge I used the little picture icon above where we type and only got a thumbnail. I was told to upload to a host site and add the url to some code but I have no idea where this code is. Can anyone please explain where to access it, do I add it to code here or on the host site, or is there no actual existing code to add the url to and I just simply have to type something into the body of the post? I really hope someone can explain it to me in idiot proof simple terms:rolleyes:. Thanks.

Kenseer 09-03-2016 14:44 PM

Hi Angie!
 
Well, it's two basic steps.

1- Enter the site below and upload your image. It will create a link. Copy that.
www.imageshack.com

2- Start a reply. Write "[img]", without the quotation marks. Paste the link you just copied, no spaces between the link and the [img]. Then, with no spaces either, write "[/img]" (no quotation marks, again). Click Preview Post. If your image shows big, than you're good to go, and can press Submit. If not, check again what you wrote.

An example of what you would write: [img]blablablabla[/img]

Being "blablabla" the link you copied in the imageshack site :D

I hope that helps.

Cheers!

Angie M A 09-03-2016 17:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenseer (Post 42173)
Well, it's two basic steps.

1- Enter the site below and upload your image. It will create a link. Copy that.
www.imageshack.com

2- Start a reply. Write "[img]", without the quotation marks. Paste the link you just copied, no spaces between the link and the [img]. Then, with no spaces either, write "[/img]" (no quotation marks, again). Click Preview Post. If your image shows big, than you're good to go, and can press Submit. If not, check again what you wrote.

An example of what you would write: [img]blablablabla[/img]

Being "blablabla" the link you copied in the imageshack site :D

I hope that helps.

Cheers!

Thank you so much for explaining it in such a clear way, now I get it :) \o/

CopperSky 09-04-2016 16:43 PM

Hi everyone, my first time in this forum :)
Are we supposed to post wips as well, before the final picture?

Chuck,Mate. 09-05-2016 06:10 AM

Not much free time now a days, I'm afraid. Here's my entry.
Hope to see lots of great artwork popping up soon. :)

Robot Companion:

http://i.imgur.com/dfHbdjB.jpg

peludete 09-13-2016 06:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chuck,Mate. (Post 42177)
Not much free time now a days, I'm afraid. Here's my entry.
Hope to see lots of great artwork popping up soon. :)

Robot Companion:

http://i.imgur.com/dfHbdjB.jpg

You know, i really love your work :D

Chuck,Mate. 09-13-2016 06:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by peludete (Post 42182)
You know, i really love your work :D

Hey, thanks. :)
I appreciate it.

GG1 09-14-2016 21:07 PM

WIP robot companion
 
2 Attachment(s)
"Baly protecting little yatzi from attack"

Chooseagain 09-21-2016 11:15 AM

Looting
 
Hi, this is a re-upload with the imageshack method posted here. Hope this works XD

http://imageshack.com/a/img922/5922/MbJCFR.jpg


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