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Guidelines: Orson Welles

 

Submitting Your Design
Tag your work with: OrsonWelles
Accepted Formats: jpg, png; under 300 mb
Recommended Dimensions: 7632 x 6480 pixels

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General Guidelines
Applies to all fan art 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 Orson Welles

Dos

  • Do be original, creative, and try to get out of your comfort zone. Try experimenting with some different art styles!
  • Do watch or listen to Welles’ work for inspiration.
  • Do ensure that your fan art is high resolution to ensure a high quality print! Low resolution images may not be approved.
  • Do submit your original photography
  • And most importantly, have fun!

 

Don'ts

  • Don’t use any 3rd party content or ideas, including mash-ups of Orson Welles with other properties.
  • Don’t submit inappropriate content, such as defamatory or obscene works. Submissions that are deemed inappropriate will not be approved and will be taken down.

  

About Orson Welles

Screen_Shot_2018-08-23_at_4.11.17_PM.pngOrson Welles was an American actor, director, writer, and producer who worked in theatre, radio, and film. He is known for his innovative work in all three. From Caesar, a broadway adaptation of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, to Citizen Kane in film- which he co-wrote, directed, produced, and starred in-  he was a man of many talents.

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