Relativity Contest - Great Prizes!
Ravenswd and I are proud to announce our 2nd annual Relativity contest!
The theme this year (overwhelmingly selected by our Watchers) is:
Your Original Character (OC) as a Hero or Villain in the Relativity Universe
Since this is a Relativity contest, simply drawing a picture of your OC as a superhero will not count. You must incorporate something from Relativity into the piece. Either another character from the universe or something that is a direct and obvious reference to the world.
ANY of the Relativity characters can be used. That includes the characters in or out of costume. Supporting characters or villains may also be used.
A full list of characters, profile sheets, and references can be found in the RelativityComic Group here ---> http://relativitycomic.deviantart.com/gallery/
Your character can be, but doesn't have to be, a costumed hero or villain. Your OC could be a heroic cop on
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Relativity Contest WinnersFinally...
Ravenswd and I are happy to announce the winners of the 2nd annual Relativity contest. This year's theme was "Your OC as a hero or villain in the Relativity universe."
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