Original Contest Journal
Created for thorns' Complaint Challenge.
Feedback Generated: 4,085
The +Fav and Run Phenomenon.
To leave Comments, Feedback, and Critiques on Deviations in your Favorites Collection.
Total Comments Generated: 4,085
Number of Participants: 55
Average Amount of Comments Per User: 75
Highest Amount of Comments Given: 399
Grand Prize Winner:
2nd Place Winners:
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Blue Tint (Pokemon/Sonic Crossover)He slid to a halt at the end of the cliff and shivered.
Sonic the Hedgehog lifted a hand to his face, trying to use his fingers to shield his eyes from the sun and the wind. He couldn't shake the uncomfortable feeling that he was lost… and he realized that this was one of the few times that feeling had ever bothered him.
He looked down the mountain at the landscape below, frowning. Sunlight glinted off grass that had a much greener tone than he remembered only hours ago; vegetation was sparse where earlier in the day it had been plentiful. The sun was further south in the sky than he recalled, like the very season had changed. A gust of wind swept over him, colder than before. The sun was going down.
He briefly considered trying to descend the mountainside before nightfall, but as he looked out and beheld the many streams and rivers flowing from the mountain, he thought better of it. Sonic began searching for a nook or a cave that might shield him from the wind.
The soft murmur of voic
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Gratitude & Change:
I am absolutely amazed at how much momentum this contest gained. A few dozen people decided to take time out of their day to give feedback, and offer comments on pieces they admired, but had previously neglected to commend. Literally over a thousand members in the community received some form of feedback because of the efforts of a few, which is just absolutely mind-blowing to think about.
I am always in awe of how a few good intentions can go such a long way. To everyone that participated in this contest, or promoted the contest, or donated a prize, I want to sincerely thank you for your contributions. My hope is that by participating, or even knowing of the mission of the contest, that even just a select few will have a changed outlook on how they treat Favorites in their collection.
It's important to remember that as an art community, we all thrive on communication and interaction with one another. Often, the very first point of contact, is with one simple comment.