Toyark is giving away a set of all four of the highly sought after and very hard to find Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics Figures. Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo are all modeled after their 1980’s cartoon/toy versions with all new sculpts and tons of articulation. That’s right, these guys can be yours if you win this contest.
So how do you enter? It’s simple, this is an Art, Customs, or Photography contest. We’re looking for your best representation of the Turtles in the Renaissance time period. You can add the Turtles to an old Renaissance painting, put them in Renaissance period attire, take them to a Renaissance Fair and and have them chowing down on some giant turkey legs and mutton! The choice is really up to you. Only criteria for content is the TMNT and the Renaissance mashed together. Be creative and have fun!
Read on for contest rules and more details.
- 1 Entry Per Person
- Deadline is Friday, November 30th at 11:59 PM EST
- Art, Customs, Photography All Accepted
- All Entries Go HERE ONLY
FAQ – Will be updated as needed
Q. Who is this contest open to?
A. Any registered members of Toyark.com, excluding staff.
Q. What/when is the Renaissance?
A. The Renaissance is the time period from the 14th – 17th centuries and is popularized by the artists from those times, including the artists the TMNT are named after.
Q. Can I collaborate with someone else on a piece of art or custom?
Q. I want to add one or more of the Turtles to an old Renaissance painting, can I?
A. Yes. So long as the TMNT art, photo or custom figure(s) you are using to photoshop them in is your own creation. No taking TMNT pics from Google and submitting them here.
Q. What size should my art or photo be?
A. We have no minimum image size for submission. Basically, don’t submit a thumbnail and expect to win.
Q. What kind of art can I submit?
A. Pencil drawing, black and white drawing, full colored drawings, digital creations, 3D modeling, sculpture, collage, etc.
Q. I’m making a custom figure or figures, can I submit more than 1 photo
A. We will only take into account a single photo, likely the first photo in your post, unless a specific image is marked as the “Entry”. But you can add more photos to your post to show off details for the members to see.’