|Drunk Duck Awards|
|June 19, 2013, 05:45:43 AM|
|News: We only have one category left in the deciding phase. Be sure to check out the comic starting September 10th to see the winners.|
on: June 20, 2012, 02:27:53 AM
|Started by Niccea - Last post by genejoke|
The critics acclaim stuff id interesting and sometimes amusing.
on: June 20, 2012, 02:26:59 AM
|Started by Niccea - Last post by genejoke|
I'm available. How many categories? Dunno, I'm happy to pick up some slack if you get short but I'll start on three.
I'd like to do best completed comic, best horror and most deliciously offensive if possible.
on: June 16, 2012, 01:46:19 PM
|Started by Niccea - Last post by Niccea|
Post here if you want to be a judge for the 2012 Drunk Duck Awards. Also include how many categories you feel like you can judge and any categories that you deem undesirable.
**Best Abstract Comic:
Best Adventure Comic:
Quests, missions, explorations, and/or other dangerous or exciting ventures.
Best Adult-oriented Comic:
A-rated comics. XXX No one under 18 admitted! Live nudes! Or excessive violence. Or both!
Best All Ages Comic:
Child-friendly comics that the whole family can enjoy.
Best Anthropomorphic Comic:
They act like people and think like people, but they look like foxes or dolphins or toasters.
Best Autobiographical Comic:
Autobiographical comics that revolve around the struggles and triumphs of everyday life. Exagerations only make you look cooler.
Best Community Project:
Comics and projects that bring together a variety of DD members for
massive synergy! (DD Awards are not eligible, for giving ourselves an
award would create a paradox vortex from which there is no escape.)
Best Fantasy Comic:
Magical, mythical, mystical, marvelous. Comics set in fantastical
settings, involving magic or mythical creatures, abilities, or beings.
Best Horror Comic:
The dark, scary, and twisted. Monsters, psychological thrillers, and
ax-wielding psychos all have their place among these wonderfully
Best Humor Comic:
Gags, jokes, lols, roflmaos, and such. Format and subject matter aren't important. It just has to make you laugh.
Crime drama, police, mobsters, mysteries, hard-boiled detectives, and/or meddling kids.
Comics that use the characters, worlds, or creations of other creators. It's not copyright infringement! It's an homage!
Best Philosophical/Political Comic:
Make-you-think comics that address deep topics from the spiritual and philosophical to the cultural or political.
Best Romance Comic:
Girl/boy, boy/boy, girl/girl, girl/girl/boy, man/alien, or whatever.
It's all about LOVE! Love love love love love love love love. Maybe
some hate too, and some other things, but romantic relationship(s) take
Best Sci-fi Comic:
A form of speculative fiction so named because the fantastical
elements are rooted in or explained by actual or fictional scientific
Best Superhero Comic:
Too super for other categories.
Comics that make use of the THIRD DIMENSION (oo, ah) or appear to.
*Best Action Within A Comic :
Chase scenes, fights, big explosions; CRASH POW ZOOM -- you know the stuff
Best Manga Style Comic:
Comics inspired by the artistic style and conventions of Japanese cartooning.
Best Photo Comic:
Smile! You're on Comic Camera!
Best Pixel/Sprite/Stock Image Comic:
These comics take existing (or created) sprites/images and assemble them in different ways to create new strips/pages.
Best Stick Figure or Simplified Art Comic:
Most Deliciously Offensive:
These f&%#@ comics might p^@(# you the f*^^@* off.
Best Background Art:
The background, setting, environment, and surroundings. Including architecture, scenery, furniture, vehicles, etc.
Best Character Design:
The artistic design of the characters. This includes anatomy, facial
expressions, and clothing (but not speech, mannerisms, or
Best Comic Layouts:
The components of visual storytelling that harmonize the artwork
into a page and direct flow and pacing. Includes panel shape and
position, placement of speech balloons, lettering, and general
It's all about what they say and how they say it.
Best Plot Development:
The overall story composition and pacing, and the use of storytelling elements.
**Best Use of Medium:
Whether the comic is in black and white or full color, the author does a good job at using it.
Most Improved Art:
The comic that shows the most artistic improvement between July 2011 and now.
Contrary to popular belief, the protagonist is the main character of the story whether they are good or evil.
Opposes the protagonist. Doesn't necesarily have to be evil
incarnate, it could be Superman in a comic about Lex Luthor for example.
Best Supporting Character:
A noteworthy secondary character; can be good, bad, or other.
THE BIG ONES
Best Completed Comic:
Comics that were concluded sometime between July 2011 and now. (Indefinite hiatus doesn't count.)
Best Overall Comic Strip:
Best webcomic with stand-alone updates or short, unrelated story arcs, usually in a horizontal or vertical strip format.
Best Overall Story Comic:
Best webcomic that tells a continuous story, usually in full page format.
**Create Your Own Award
Didn't see the proper award for the comic/person you were thinking of on this list? Make one up. Create your own award and give it a winner. Best awards will be chosen by a dedicated team of judges. (This one is brand new so it will be very different. There really won't be anything to judge as far as comics go, we will just be going through the awards created and pick the ones we like. Best 5 or so. And these will be announced to the rest.)
on: May 09, 2012, 07:11:17 PM
|Started by Niccea - Last post by raimusxczar|
i'd like to be a judge please