Hmm no voting poll or something like this?
Short month put the crunch on most of us but it's VOTING TIME!!
The challenge:What to do:Create a map that is at least partially under water.
1) Look over each entry, thumbnails link to full size images:
2. Vote for as many entries as you like. (Note that voting for all of them will not help to decide a winner.)
3. Remember to give REP for those entries that you feel deserving of it.
Lots of great entries to choose from so have fun deciding. Remember you can vote for as many as you like.
This vote ends in three days on the morning of March 4th.
Last edited by Jaxilon; 03-01-2013 at 11:15 AM.
Hehe, two months in a row someone was waiting while I was building the voting poll portion. The way the forum functions it posts the initial message and then allows you to set up the poll. Hence, there is a few minutes delay between the two. Mostly because it takes a lot of alt+tab'ing on my part to put the links into the actual poll which seems to me like a good idea. I could save time by just slapping the names up there and forcing everyone to use the thumbnail link I guess.
edit: Looking at the time stamps it looks like it took me a half hour to set it up. Two things come to my mind: 1) I need to automate how I do this because it takes too much time reconstructing it every month and
2) 30 MINUTES?!!!
Last edited by Jaxilon; 03-01-2013 at 11:22 AM.
Nice entries guys! My votes went to Flooded City by Vorropahiah (Didn't really understand if he was able to enter the challenge but oh well...) - nice old feeling and very clean job, Aquatic Temple by Jaxilon - very nice ambiance in the drawing and colouring job and unfinished steampunk map by Ramah - unfinished yes but even Ramah didn't finish it, he submerged his map if not with water, with a great talent, a very nice drawing and color scheme. *Sorry Vorropohaiah, can't rep you at the moment for this map*
Congrats to all of you guys!
I violated my only vote for one entry rule - I had to vote for Ramah's cause it is really my favorite (even unfinished), but my favorite of the finished maps was Vorropohaiah's. Really tough choice this month, they were all so good.