A SLOOT Addiction

February cannot end without another Sloot Design Challenge! Get a chance to win a Sloot when you continue the illustration below: basically, it’s a kid on a scale and something is weighing him down. Your goal is to be that kid and illustrate what are the things or what specific thing weighs you down and keeps you off balanced.
Choose to complete the doodle in your Slate Planner or download the image above (by right click saving it) and work on thatOnce you’re done, send your entries to livecreatively@slateplanner.com with SLOOT ENTRY as the subject and include the following details:

1. Full Name
2. Website (portfolio)
3. Contact #
4. Brief description of your work + the title and the medium used

Criteria for Judging:

+ Creativity 25%
Be inventive, innovative & ingenious!
+ Originality 25%
The more unique the shoe, the better!
+ Aesthetics 25%
Must catch our (anyone’s) attention real quick!
+ Quality of work 25%
Rendered by hand or the computer, the quality of your work should be severely sharp!

DEADLINE of submission of entries is on March 2, 2012.
The winner gets a Sloot and a Live Creatively Shirt!
(We’ll let you know what’s inside the Sloot soon!) 

We can’t wait for the submissions! All the best and good luck to all! 🙂

 Captain Slate

P.S. If you have yet to own a copy of the Slate 2012 Planner, you can still get one [or four] by ordering online, meeting up with the Slate Team or get it at BratpackVerse & CrewFully Booked, Bibliarch and Sketchbook stores nationwide. Do remember that you get the Slate 2012 Planner P50 off when you order it online!



Slate + Loot = SLOOT! 

  1. A Planet Slate loot bag/ goody bag of random objects to be given away to a planeteer
  2. Only one sloot per month up for grabs!
  3. The mechanics to get the chance to win the sloot will vary every month
    When used in a sentence: I submitted an artwork to Planet Slate and won this month’s sloot!
2 Responses to “A SLOOT Addiction”
  1. underjuvie says:

    I don’t have a scanner so would it be ok if I sent my artwork photographed? Given, of course, if I finish it on time and the photo would have nice resolution.


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