Great Scots Design Competition

Competition closes: 27 Jan 2013

Voting period: 14 Jan 2013 - 27 Jan 2013

natarsha
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Congratulations to NATARSHA whose entry was chosen by our judges as the winning entry!
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Here's the winner!
Great Scots Design Competition
Competition has ended

Who's the greatest Scot?

Sean Connery? Alexander Graham Bell? Merida from Disney and Pixar’s Brave, perhaps?


Enter an original, artistic representation of your favourite Scottish person for the chance  to win an iPad 2, receive the official title of Laird, Lord or Lady AND mingle with other landowners at Highland Titles' Meet the Neighbours event in May.


Did you know that you only need to own one square foot of Scottish land to be able to legally use the courtesy title of Laird, Lord or Lady? In addition to the prizes, the competition winner will also receive a framed 1x1 foot copy of their entry so make sure you upload a square image!


Before submitting an entry, please familiarise yourself with the entry guidelines below.


Guid luck!!

Client information
www.highlandtitles.com

Highland Titles offers a unique opportunity for you to buy a plot of land on their estate in the Highlands of Scotland. They sell plots ranging in size from 1 square foot to 1000 square foot, and thanks to Scottish Landowner law, ownership of this estate legally allows you, or someone you love, to use the courtesy title of Laird, Lord or Lady. Many of our customers have updated their driving licence, credit cards and such like to reflect their new status.
Entry guidelines
Your entry will need to be an artistic representation of a great Scotsman or woman.

Please refrain from entering anything rude or offensive. Entries of this kind will be disqualified. Uploads of standard photographs are not permitted.

- No restrictions on country of origin
- The brief is open to artists of all disciplines
- A maximum of one entry is permitted per registered Don’t Panic Online member
- Acceptable file extensions: JPG, PNG and GIF
- Maximum file size: 4 MB
- Artwork dimensions: 420 x 420 mm
- For purposes of voting and pre-viewing in the web gallery - Resolution: 72dpi. Max file size: 1MB. RGB
- For optimal viewing in the gallery, please resize your image to 610 pixels width
- If your entry is chosen as the winner, you will be contacted to send over the hi-res (300 dpi) CMYK version of it. Be prepared to have this quality version ready if you are chosen
- Once submitted, there is no way to modify your entry. Please make sure you upload the correct file!
 
About judging
The top 20 entries by vote will be shortlisted before the winning design is chosen by Highland Titles.
Prizes
The winner will receive:

1 title of Laird, Lord or Lady, courtesy of Highland Titles
1 iPad
1 framed certificate
1 framed print of their winning entry
An invitation to Highland Titles' Meet the Neighbours event in May


Runners up will receive:

1 title of Laird, Lord, or Lady, courtesy of Highland Titles
1 framed certificate
 
 
Order - Points / Comments / Artist name / Views / Latest (51 entries)
LacedUpIllustration
5 Points
0 Comments
519 Views
315
315
0 Points
0 Comments
380 Views
Workwoman
0 Points
0 Comments
459 Views
 
 
natarsha
14 Points
0 Comments
1133 Views
MarkSquire
6 Points
0 Comments
681 Views
Rhionion
8 Points
1 Comment
832 Views
 
 
Lauren_Howell
13 Points
1 Comment
601 Views
MrH_Illustration
3 Points
3 Comments
720 Views
SMPIllustrations
1 Point
0 Comments
553 Views
 
 
PaddySmith
0 Points
0 Comments
482 Views
Mattg
0 Points
0 Comments
558 Views
ARoberts08
0 Points
0 Comments
449 Views
 
 
mpashford
1 Point
0 Comments
527 Views
ellesbelles
21 Points
6 Comments
1298 Views
Carolineillustration
15 Points
1 Comment
694 Views
 
 
Ellenstration
4 Points
0 Comments
793 Views
 
 

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