What's THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME this month? Why, the November Freebie Challenge!!!
Yes, you heard right! The theme for this November's Freepository Challenge is
(drum roll, please...)
(Ahem, the drum roll, if you please, Bob!)
(Where's the dr—Boom!!!):shut: Not the drum I meant!
It is THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME!
Please pardon Bob. He got a cannon for his birthday....
The rules are, as usual, Right Here.
Of course, remember that all regular DAZ figures are no-count, either for your freebies or paid lists. Bought morphs count as purchases.
This Month's Rules:
The image must depict the Most Dangerous Game. Is it a game you play, like Wizard's Chess, or a game you hunt, like Megalodon sharks? Or is it matrimony, politics, war, or all three? Show us The Game and what makes it Dangerous. (Remember that all danger must be depicted within the TOS.)
Stills from the 1932 Fay Wray movie of the same name do not count as renders. Using them as textures is allowed (if properly cited), but they don't count as either "game" or "dangerous" as movie stills.
The renders need not be related at all to Richard Connell's Short Story that inspired the contest name.
NAEs are always welcome.
Renders in any free renderer should be fine, as well as in DAZ, Poser, Bryce, or Lux, as long as you provide the link. Renderers do not count toward your freebie count.
The usual DAZ gift certificates for the winners are still on the table.
Music2u4u is providing another splendid prize: an old country house (or hunting lodge) with a dungeon in the basement, to be presented to all winners and HMs of the contest.
Jaderail has offered prizes.
Further details will follow as they come in.
Myself, Eustace Scrubb. No co-hosts at this time.
4) DollyGirl (tiebreaker vote)
Now is the time when I would fire the starting g-u-n, but I don't want to give Bob any more ideas.