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My assignment cooks - accepted and rejected

I tried not to be boring, really. I don't think I'm able to win the assignment. I compete with myself trying to do my best and - that's what is important - to surprise others. That's a nice goal worth of hours to draw.

So I drew two cooks. The second one (Robot cook) was rejected as assignment picture but accepted as a usual one. It's not bad in fact: everyone knows level 5 images sell mostly by subscription for 42 cents only and image of level 1 may bring more revenue this way

Photo credits: Makarova Olga.

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June 05, 2009


Love the mouse!!! Very cute.

June 03, 2009


Lovely images & big dreams are better even ;)

June 03, 2009


I love the mouse!!!!

June 03, 2009


The mouse is perfect! And two very nice!

June 03, 2009


nice work sales will come.I had one assignment.It had one reg sale.good luck

June 03, 2009


I find with my assignment images, initially I will get subscriptions and then regular downloads. Overall level 5 is a good thing.

I love your little mouse! Best wishes for you to win! Robot is very creative as well... you have to wonder what is in that pot!

June 03, 2009


love the mouse!! and the robot! well done :)

June 03, 2009


I'm agree with Brad, as always ;-). Anyway, good job: two very nice cooks! Bye, Rob.

June 03, 2009


Great job! Don't be too sure on the level 5, thing though. My top seller is an assignment image - I've had 13 downloads and all were regular credit purchases. On the other hand, my 2nd best assignment entry has 11 downloads with 8 being subscriptions. So you never know - I suspect is has a lot to do with who might buy the image...

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