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Guidelines: Zorro

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Submitting Your Design
Tag your work with: Zorro, Don Diego de la Vega
Accepted Formats: jpg, png; under 300 mb
Recommended Dimensions: 7632 x 6480 pixels

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General Guidelines
Applies to all fanart submissions in the Partner Program

Be original.
While your work will include a brand’s Intellectual Property (like a company’s logo or a character from a TV show), it’s important to add something original of your own - make it unique.
Do your research - make sure your design hasn’t already been done.

Don’t submit screenshots or imagery taken directly from the property.

Be mindful of explicit content.
Some brands might be ok with adult content, but others aren’t. Check each brand’s guidelines if you want to know more about what each partner thinks is ok.

Be creative.
Play with styles and mediums.
Get inspiration from the brand - watch, read, or play it again.


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Property Guidelines
Specific to Zorro

Dos

  • Watch Zorro and get inspired
  • Be original with your fan art
  • Zorro should be the dominant character in your design
  • Try different styles for characters
  • Read the Policies and Intellectual Property sections to left of this page.
  • Have fun!

 

Don'ts

  • Don’t use the Zorro trademark alone
  • Don’t use any 3rd party content or ideas, including mash-ups
  • Be mindful of adult content - works that are overly obscene, gratuitously violent or divisive will not be approved and/or will be taken down.
  • Don’t  incorporate ideas from other fanart designs created for the show.
  • Please be creative and original - don’t submit pictures or screenshots from the show.
  • Don’t include any personally identifying information, such as license plate numbers, personal names or email addresses.

  

About Zorro

Created by author Johnston McCulley in 1919 for his short story “The Curse of Capistrano,” Zorro is the alter-ego of Don Diego de la Vega, a young caballero from a wealthy family who is disgusted by the mistreatment of the people of Spanish California by their corrupt government and dedicates himself to fighting for the oppressed. Over the last 100 years Zorro has grown into an icon, inspiring films, novels, plays, toys, TV shows, comic books, and more.  “The Fox” continues to touch the hearts of fans today thanks to his iconic costume, his unbeatable skills with a sword and whip, and his dedication to fighting for the rights of others, embodied by his motto, “Justice for all!”

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