Send us your best drawing of a character, object, or place that exists only in your imagination. We may publish it in Cricket!
Will your draw a strange, mythical creature? A fantastic, futuristic invention or machine? A glorious hero, formidable villain, or a magical place or object? Will your art portray a sci-fi world of the future, a time long past, or perhaps a land that exists only in myth and legend? Maybe you will illustrate one of the characters or fantasy objects you find on the Crowd-Sorcery thread on the Chatterbox, or be inspired to add a new one you make up yourself. While on the Chatterbox you can also enjoy previous episodes of the Crowd-Sorcery serial, “The Girl Who Writes the Future,” and see how illustrator Emily Fiegenschuh creates her fantasy art.
RULES FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION
- Your contest entry must be your very own original work. Ideas and words should not be copied.
- If you’re 17 years old or younger, your online entry must be uploaded as part of an electronic Submission Form and be accompanied by a signed Permission & Release form from your parent or guardian, saying it is your own original work, that no help was given, and granting Cricket permission to publish prizewinning entries in the May/June 2015 issue or on our website.
- Be sure to include your name, age, and full address on your online entry.
- Only one entry per person, please.
- Incomplete online entries (that is not containing a completed Submission Form entered by an individual in connection with his/her ePals account [that is, by a parent/teacher/ or student account holder (if eligible)] and/or missing a signed parental Permission & Release Form) cannot be considered.
- Your entry must be received by February 25, 2015.
- Submit online entries here.