As we head into the second quarter of 2021, we continue on our Restitched Public Roadmap path. What's up this month? Well, for starters, a brand-spankin'-new contest for Restitched. In fact, it's our first-ever contest for the game. how exciting, right!?
Restitched is full of creative assets to use, and we're always looking to grow that library with assets that our players and creators alike will find useful. Whether you're dressing up, building a scene, or planning a full adventure, "Stamps" play a big part in that visual design process.
So, from Saturday, April 3 through Saturday, April 17, we're looking for up to three beautiful stamp designs from our community of creatives (psst... that's you!). Contest participants will be required to adhere to our developer stamp design guidelines, as well as the contest theme for the stamps: "household".
What is a "household" theme? Anything you can find in a home. A toaster, bedframe, television remote, etc. You're in charge of what it is! The household theme of the contest is not mutually exclusive with what Craftbook category the stamp will go in. This will be decided at the developers' discretion. You can cover any Craftbook stamp category, like patterns, objects, architecture, character bits, signs, etc.
What are the prizes? Well, of course, we'll be adding the winning stamp designs to Restitched, so you'll be able to see and use them in-game when Restitched is available! As a small bonus, members of our Discord server will receive a special "Event Winner!" role. Finally, your winning creation will be promoted on our social media platforms.
Good luck, and happy designing!
You can read the full contest guidelines, terms and conditions, disclaimers, and all that good stuff by heading over to the contest page via the button below!
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