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Trixel's Star Wars Challenge

on: May 04, 2015, 11:11:31 pm
Hey all,

So Happy Star Wars day or May the Fourth Be With You or whatever's your Star Wars greeting of choice.

Some more news from TRIXEL, a weird triangular pixel drawing app my friends and I have been developing (and a few of y'all have tried — thanks for that!). 

If you're unfamiliar, check it out here, paint something, and let me know how it goes:  http://trixel.io


We've started sending out weekly challenges to our users and I've figured that this sort of thing might be of interest to y'all (sorry if not / this is at all spammy! not my intention in the least). I hope you come by and give the app a shot! My friends and I'd love to hear any and all feedback.

Anyway, as you might have guessed from my Star-Wars-laden salutation, the theme of this weeks challenge is, well, Star Wars

CHALLENGE: In observation of a grand holiday — Star Wars Day — all week long, create a Star Wars themed trixelation.
No real guidelines here, but special consideration will be given to those Trixelians who can create a recognizable character in as few trixels as possible

PRIZES:
  • Stickers of your winning trixelation
  • 10 pictures of bananas with "George Lucas" written on (etched into?) them. Oh boy oh boy oh boy!!

HOW TO SUBMIT: Comment #starwars-challenge on your trixelation

DUE DATE: May 11th, 8 AM EDT

RULES: Only new trixelations will be accepted. Multiple submissions allowed. Open to all members — invite your non-trixelating friends!

JUDGING: The rest of the Trixelian High Council and I will assess your work and announce the winner in next week’s Trixel Times.

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Stuff created so far for Trixel's Star Wars Challenge, on till May 11th, 8 AM EDT

Come on by to http://trixel.io to compete or just trixelate whatever funkiness comes to mind. 
My friends and I are still muddling through how to continue this project, so any and all feedback'd be much appreciated.

Thanks!