Aniventure is established as a place where anime artists, both beginners and more advanced, can display their talent with paintings on any topic. Every year club Nakama holds an exhibition of paintings created by artists from all around the country so that the art of those young people can be seen, appreciated, and even bought by the attendees of the festival.
1. First and last name
2. Phone number
3. Sell price of your art*
4. A photograph of your art
*As always Aniventure gives you the opportunity to sell your painting. If you do not want to sell it, please note that in your e-mail.
You can provide the painting itself to club Nakama in person in Sofia or send it by mail (the mail address will be given to you separately). All digital paintings should be printed on paper by the author.
Paintings depicting sexual scenes, excessive nudity or violence will not be admitted.
Only the best paintings will be selected for the exhibition if the number of submitted paintings exceeds that of the available slots. If you do not get your painting back after the end of Aniventure, it will be stored in Nakama’s archives.
PIXEL ART EXHIBITION
Pixel art is a pixelated color image created from special beads arranged on a board based on a template.
Pixel art could be seen at the workshops that will take place during Aniventure, as well as at our exhibition where everyone will be able to admire the colorful pixel art of creative talents that have sent their work to be displayed at the event.
Here is what you need to know if you want to participate in the Aniventure 2014 pixel art exhibition:
1. Every person can submit up to three pixel art creations
2. There are no requirements about format or colors
3. Materials – Hama beads can be bought from club Nakama and Fistocommerce or from IKEA.
4. The pixel art should be glued to a cardboard or placed in a frame so that it could be hanged for the exhibition.
You will receive an answer containing details on how to submit your pixel art.
You can submit your pixel art no later than August 17, 2014.
Only the best pixel art will be selected for the exhibition if the number of submitted pixel art creations exceeds that of the available slots.