lisa Scaredy Cat was playing up in the attic and found a box that he was pretty sure he'd not seen before. Being a cat who was typically curious, he jumped inside to see what goodies he could discover. The first thing he picks up and tosses out of the box was an Ornate Frame. No photo was in the frame. But the glass was intact, so it could be used for something nice. The next thing he finds is a stale dog biscuit. His dog must have hidden it here for a future snack. He'll make sure to bring it downstairs when he's done playing. The last item that captures his attention is a pair of binoculars. Now these can be useful! Trying them out, he sees that they aren't damaged, which is good. He can use them when he and the dog go for walks and he wants to find birds and other objects out of normal sight. This has been a good day. He can't wait to share his finds!
IT'S BACK!!! The "Three Things" art challenge is back!! This week, you'll be challenged to use the three things Scaredy Cat found in your art entries. The three things are: Bone-Shaped Cookie Ornate Frame Binoculars All three items MUST be used in your art. While you don't have to make the item full-sized, they should be big enough to be spotted. Be creative and let's see how you'll use the three items in this week's art challenge!
Here's the basics: Your submission MUST be related to the theme You must submit your art to the PnF art gallery - only entries there will be counted. https://apps.facebook.com/petsnfriends/community.php?id=20 * Put "Three Things" in the title or description * The entry with the most votes will be declared the winner. * To vote, click the "vote" button - you may vote for as many entries as you want * Voting will be open immediately * This challenge will be open from now until around 12:00am GMT February 27th (around 7:00pm Tuesday night in the USA).
Art Competitions Every week our game administrator, Lisa Weston, holds a competition in the public gallery. Everyone who takes part receives a prize. Prizes are usually worth about 20 golden moles (our premium currency). Usually the image which receives the most "likes" is used as our Facebook Group banner for the following week. Above, the theme of (and instructions for) this week's competition! Use the slide show to see all the old competitions!
Early competitions Before the Public Gallery was created, Lisa Weston held a series of art competitions in our Facebook Group. The content has now been archived in the Public Gallery. You can see the content by clicking these links, which also include some early stories created using PnF: