CurlyQ Cuties is having a contest to help design a new monster body for their Monster-Maker. You don’t even have to be an artist to enter.
Send them a drawing of your design – give the monster a name and make sure to put your own name, email address, and telephone number on your drawing. Once they narrow the submissions down to 5 or fewer choices, they will put them up for a public vote. The owner of the selected design will receive $50 and the first Monster ever made with their new Monster body.
Pictures of bodies can be emailed to them or sent via U.S. Mail to:
CurlyQ Cuties LLC
PO Box 1871
Cedar Park, TX 78630
Attn: Body Contest
Submissions will be accepted until July 31, 2010. Public voting will take place in August 2010.
Get more details at CurlyQ Cuties.
We are entering!
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