Have you ever wanted Vox Machina to review your creative efforts and give them a big thumbs-up? Have you ever wanted to see your art emblazoned across the chests of Critical Role fans across the world? Have you ever wanted to, like, just be in a room, one of those reserved spaces in a cool bar maybe, and have Matt and the gang sitting around you like the Last Supper, only they’re laughing at all your hilarious stories and jokes and telling you how awesome you are?
Well, anyway, we can help you with two of those things, at least.
That’s because we’re running a truly amazing contest – one where you can submit your coolest idea for a Critical Role t-shirt and possibly have that shirt offered for sale in the Geek & Sundry store. Sure, it might not be as incredible as that Last Supper situation. But we do what we can.
Of course now you’re all, “stop making dumb jokes and tell me how to enter the contest.” OK, OK, cool your jets.
HOW TO ENTER. The submission period begins now – like, as in, before you even started reading this. Just go to our contest page and submit your art (see guidelines below). The submission period ends at 11:59pm, Friday June 24. Click here to enter the contest.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT. The Critical Role cast will review the entries (I know, right?!?) and choose their three favorites. They’ll announce them on the June 30th episode of Critical Role, and we’ll show them off on the screen.
THEN, VOTING BEGINS. When the finalists are announced, we’ll provide another link where people can vote for their favorite. The winning entry will be featured on a cool Critical Role t-shirt! Voting ends at 9am on July 5, and we’ll announce the winner shortly after that.
WHAT ELSE DOES THE WINNER GET? You’ll get paid! In the same we typically pay our artists and designers! We’ll discuss terms with the winner.
DUDE, DON’T WORRY. If you win, you’ll get a free shirt. We wouldn’t leave you hanging like that.
THOSE GUIDELINES WE MENTIONED. First off, you should get an idea of the G&S flavor by perusing the shirts in our online store. Entries should be smaller than 15mb in size, and should be no more than eight colors because, y’know, ink costs money. If you win, you’ll need to provide a copy of your image file that our t-shirt engineers can work with – vector PDF, Adobe Illustrator or .EPS format.
THAT CONTEST ENTRY LINK AGAIN is right here.