The specification requirements are in place to ensure all illustrations are of the Highest Quality Resolution and can be easily uploaded onto & downloaded from the Skribbl website.
What We Need From You
- At least 6 (up to 30) black ‘outline style’ digital illustrations per pack
- Transparent background
- No inclusion of written copy (text or numbers)
- Minimum 3000×3000 pixels (orientation variable)
- At least 300ppi (pixels per inch)
- Cropped to corners of illustration
- PNG & SVG format
- Compressed into a Zip File
The illustrations should be saved as individual PNG and SVG files, each created in a black colour with a transparent background and cropped tight to the edge of the image (to reduce empty space).
We require that illustrations uploaded to the site do not contain written copy, this is because in our experience we have found that illustrations without written copy are most successful on the website & receive the highest number of downloads (this is because they are so widely useable across the world)!
Each illustration should be exported in a high resolution PNG/SVG with at least 300ppi and 3000×3000 pixels in size. The images should be saved into a folder and compressed into a Zip File & you’re ready to upload!
A Bit About You
- Bio for your profile
- Profile photo
- Contact details
- Links to your social profiles
- Link to your website (if you have one)
- Intro to your illustration/s
To help us create a profile to represent you on the Skribbl website, it is important to have a think about how you would like to be portrayed – Your bio should be no more than 200 words and include some information about you, your interests & passions as well as the work that you create. A profile photo shows people the person behind the artwork, this can be as professional or posey as you like (no judgement here)!
Your contact details provide a way for people to get in touch with you for enquiries, possible work & commissions. Links to your social platforms and website will also give people the opportunity to get to know you a bit better by learning about you and your other work.
The intro to your featured illustration/s is a way to give a bit of an insight into what the illustrations are about and how you were inspired to create them. This should be no more than a couple of short sentences – 50 words max.
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