Design challenge: Succulents plant design in limited colour design challenge by Spoonflower

Spoonflower presents a limited colour design challenge with succulents plant.

Read the press release below.

Evocative of a desert sunset; deep, cool greens and earthy corals take the lead in in this limited palette challenge. Black and white are optional, and you must use at least 2 of the following colors: Dark Green (#0A3528), Sage (#74A588), Blush (#FFE1CE), Terracotta (#D69672) or Rhubarb (#D6655A). Transparent variations will not be accepted. Submissions close 04/11/17 at 3 p.m. EDT.

Limited Color Palette Succulents Details

  • The deadline for entries is Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 3 PM EDT.
  • Designs will be previewed at 150 DPI in a fat quarter size (21” x 18”) on the voting ballot.
  • All designs will be eligible for public voting, and the popular vote determines the top 25 winning designs. The grand-prize winner will be the fabric design with the most votes.
  • Public designs previously uploaded on Spoonflower.com are not eligible for this contest. Designs do not require printed proofing to enter the contest.
  • Moderation will take place at the close of the contest deadline.
  • See our blog page for even more Design Challenge details and a list of previous themes.

Timeline

  • 03/17/2017: Submissions open
  • 04/11/2017: Submissions close at 3pm EDT
  • 04/13/2017: Public voting opens
  • 04/18/2017: Public voting ends at 3pm EDT to determine top 25 entries
  • 04/20/2017: Spoonflower will announce the winner

Link: https://www.spoonflower.com/contests/limited-color-palette-succulents

3 Comments

    • You will need to digitize your design and then colour-in with the colour palette provided. Adobe photoshop, Adobe illustrator, Gimp, Corel PSP can be used. You can also import it to Inkscape, Serif drawplus or any vector software and reform your image using shapes or the pencil tool and then colour in using the colour palette provided.

      • To digitize, you can scan your image and then open it in the graphics program. Some people do use multiply-effect instead of the normal-effect to darken the image before using the magic wand tool to select and to digitize the image.

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