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They all look great 🙂
Some very talented artists.
I love the works by Luke Spooner in particular – had a tough time choosing between two of his pictures!:)
I enjoyed looking at these works very much. Keep the contest!
All of these are fabulous! Definitely keep the contest!
Lots of good ones, but I really love “Snake Bones.” Beautiful.
I am loving Snake Bones, too. The contrast of light and shadow speaks so much.
Damn that Wayland guy sure’s got talent!!!!
Spooner’s There may be Giants is awesome
That was a tough decision……… there all good! “But there can be only one”
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There may be giants. My god. Gotta pick the Spooner!
Very tough choice! I am so glad that I did not submit mine. Now that I see these, I realize that mine belongs on the refrigerator next to my children’s artwork!
Luke Spooner – There may be Giants
There May Be Giants by Luke Spooner
Every piece is beautiful and captures the theme well. Although it was very difficult for me to pick, I say keep the contest. It’s a very engaging and excellent way to involve the audience and fans into part of the Spark: A Creative Anthology series and for them to see and understand the great effort that is being put into the judging process of both the illustrative and literary entries. Even though I am not an illustrator, this is another reason to convince me to definitely enter in the following Poetry & Prose section of the competition for next year.