Greetings, Patriots! We hope you are enjoying Children of Liberty and we’re working hard on EX6. In the meantime, do you want to be a part of Children of Liberty? Because we want YOU to be a part of it as well!
We are in currently developing a system in the game called “The Codex,” an in-game database of all the characters you meet and locations you visit throughout Children of Liberty. Part of The Codex is Stamps you will find scattered around the game world, which will be placed onto the pages of The Codex, and we want these stamps to be yours!
From now through August 31, you can submit your Children of Liberty Fanart in the Steam Community, on our Facebook, or on Twitter using the hashtag #summerOfLiberty, and our favorite pieces will get featured in our Steam, Desura, and indieDB update posts; in the community section of our website; and in the game as collectible stamps! Chosen artists will be properly credited with name and links, and names included in the in-game credits.
There are some requirements however:
- Submitted images should be 1024×768 (or thereabouts) as a 72dpi JPEG
- You may sign the images but we ask that you not watermark them, as they will be visible in-game.
- Please include your name or pseudonym as well as a link where we can see more of your work.
- Please keep everything safe-for-work! These are kids, after all.
We may or may not use your image but those are the only technical and subject matter limitations. We want to see sketches, paintings, digital work, clay, photographs… whatever you can come up with! The sky’s the limit here. The art may be of the kids, the Patriots, the Redcoats… anything related to Children of Liberty! Don’t be afraid to be imaginative about the locations too. If you need a reminder about the kid’s looks, you can visit our presskit() which has high rez artwork of the characters: http://www.lantanagames.com/press/sheet.php?p=children_of_liberty
Remember, you can submit pieces any time before August 31. We’ll be rolling out our favorites week by week. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Via:: Children of Liberty News