Character Design Contest ♯134 (Itemised) Winner

Having a hidden result seems to still be working for the voting turn out. And this week was a blinder. Two people ran away with it from the start (and when I say ran away with it, the person who came second got 20 more votes than third, fourth and fifth combined) and eventually finished with only 3 votes separating them. And surprisingly, it wasn't the guy who created the items used in this contest that won. It was someone who, to the best of my knowledge, hasn't won a CDC before. That person being Ubiquitous Pixel, who won with his Refulgent Beetle. So congrats UP and well done to everyone who entered.

134 Ubiquitous Pixel- Refulgent Beetle

JR19759

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10 Responses to Character Design Contest ♯134 (Itemised) Winner

  1. Congrats! Well done!

  2. congratulations

  3. *dumbfounded* O.o
    “It was someone who, to the best of my knowledge, hasn’t won a CDC before. That person being Ubiquitous Pixel…”

    I did not believe this so I went and looked. Pixel has come in second a lot of times, but I couldn’t find a win from him.
    So yeah! Congrats to you, dude! I’m a huge fan of yours, Pixel, so it’s an honor to welcome you to the club!

  4. And, while UP does a LOT of good stuff, this might be one of the best I’ve seen…
    Amazing!

  5. I’ve been seeing these for years and holy cow y’all are awesome! Something I haven’t figured out is how to get the “glow” effect I see in some pics. Any tips?

  6. @jptarus- this tutorial is a good place to start with that: http://www.heromachine.com/forums/topic/how-to-highlightshade/

  7. Congratulations Ubiquitous Pixel!

    @JR
    for my list, what place did I make with Lancelin JR?

  8. @Cliff- the list is as goes:
    Ubiquitous Pixel
    MadJack
    Blunt Object
    Cliff
    Vampyrist

  9. Thanks JR!!

    Congrats everyone.

  10. Ubiquitous Pixel

    *Clears Throat and steps to stage* I’d like to thank my mom….
    Anyways, thanks community for the win :)! ANd the kind compliments make me smile, thanks guys!

    As for the glow effect, you simply take the circle in the “patterns” category. Lower the primary and line colors to nothing, thus leaving you with a “glow”. Shape it to the areas you wish!