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September 12, 2020

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PAX and Present

Conventions, hallmarks of fan-based culture since their inception more than two decades ago, have long-served as a place where fans of anything considered “geeky, nerdy and weeby” can get together and showcase their creative skills, their passions for a genre and excitement for the future of our culture. There are a place not just to totally lose our minds together over our favorite animes, games and nerd culture, but as an inviting place to connect with friends and meet new ones. Conventions are not just a hub for the industry, but of the community as a meeting place where far-flung internet friends can come together and bask in a collective aura of shared passion. Truly there's a magic to conventions.

 

But as with many things this year, Covid has taken many of the greats from us. Most noticeably in the industry, the loss of E3 which was entirely cancelled for 2020 along with the withdrawal of giants in the industry such as Sony, Capcom and Square Enix from PAX East. This weekend we would have been with you at PAX West, among the many throngs of excited and eager fans, sharing in the thrill of experiencing the next big game, meeting developers, and just goofing around with friends. But this year we will have to settle with experiencing PAX from afar, online, watching from screens as we cheer on those who continue to produce things for those who love them. PAX Online promises a new and intriguing take on making the best out of an unfortunate situation as they move online in September. While, yes, this is a sad time. A hard time, undoubtedly, for cosplayers, independent artists and businesses, industry professionals and more. But instead of mourning the loss of the pulsating excitement of a convention atmosphere, and seeing all your smiling faces, we wanted to look back on our past and share with you the things we loved most about conventions, especially PAX West.

PAX West, previously known as PAX Prime until 2015, found its footholds as a forerunner in the industry in 2004 where it rapidly tripled in size three years in a row until breaching its massive numbers seen today. Founded right here in our home state of Washington, the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) wasted no time in expanding beyond LAN-based tournaments and other smaller events, and the gaming world didn’t take long to notice.  Sanshee found its way among those hallowed walls for the first time in 2011, one year after the company's conception. The West Coast is known for its powerhouse centers in the gaming industry, including Blizzard Entertainment, Valve and Bungie, and some of our license partners such as Electronic Arts, ATLUS West, Square Enix, Inc. and more.

“I remember the first PAX I ever attended, PAX EAST 2010. I know the slogan for PAX is ‘Welcome Home’ and as sappy as that is, it’s entirely true. I never thought I could feel so at home in a crowd that big, but I did. Every fan I talked to felt like a friend I’d known for years, sharing in the joy and excitement of being in a place designed just for us and the things that we loved. I miss it dearly, and I look forward to going back just as soon as we can…” - Hovsep, Digital Marketer

"My favorite aspect of conventions is the energy that I feel from all the attendees. Conventions are events that so many people look forward to throughout the year: the chance for them to see distant friends (and make new ones), to dress the way they want, and be themselves without the judgment of others. Conventions are a  celebration of like-minded people gathering together and having a great time. 

While it's been a while since I've actually walked around and participated as an attendee, I have just as much fun at my artist alley table. I meet dozens of wonderful, excited fans and have great conversations about what we've been watching or playing, what we love, and sometimes we even have some deep conversations about life in general. 

When I'm at a convention, a part of me feels very much at home. Knowing that I'm surrounded by like-minded individuals, all gathered together in one place to enjoy the same things - it almost feels like I'm at a family reunion, hanging out with my people. 

It's been a tough year for everyone, and I for one am very much looking forward to when conventions will return and be safe to attend, so we can all have fun together again." - Jeannie, Lead Artist
 
"Exhibiting at PAX is like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween, and 7 birthdays all tied together with snakes. The entire 5 block radius around the convention just bristles with excitement and good will; it's intoxicating. Everyone's just so friendly and enthusiastic and it's a delight talking with the people who visit our booth. PAX is as much about reuniting with cherished friends, hanging out, and making new ones, as it is about video games. I miss it and everyone dearly." - Arty, Founder

 

Though we may not be there with you in body, we are there with our many fellow fans and supporters in spirit. Join in with us for this celebration of days gone by with our week-long PAX West sale! Get 20% off any order over $40 using the code #PAX2020 at checkout. Don't forget to also follow us on Twitter and Instagram as we launch new and returning products this week.

Top 5 Things To Get At Your JUNES!

Every day is customer appreciation day at your local JUNES! This week marked the return of a few items from our Persona 4 line, reminding us just how much we really do love JUNES. To celebrate the restocking of our JUNES shirt, JUNES Pins, and Midnight Channel shirt, we’ve decided to list our top 5 picks of things to get at your local JUNES.

Let’s be real, though. Whether you think Junes is bringing the apocalypse or just bad weather, it looks like a pretty cool place to hang out. Spanning across three games within the Persona series, this (in)famous retail store is the center of a few great scenes and moments through the years!

  1. Fresh cabbage. It doesn’t take Inaba’s finest detectives to figure out why JUNES’ grocery department carries only the highest quality produce!


  2. Ice cold Topsicles, perfect for that Inaba summer heat! Even the toughest tough guys can’t resist a Topsicle!


  3. A relaxing massage! Gosh, this would be considered a public health hazard these days. If only to be so carefree as Teddie again!


  4. Extra large flatscreen TVs so big you’ll swear you could fit a whole person inside! I think they made a movie about this once...

 

  1. Ingredients for making Yukiko & Chie’s world famous and definitely edible curry! We promise you, it’s actually really good. You won’t regret it.

Don’t forget to check out the sale on golf clubs and swing by the food court for a little steak, too! This was not a pun. It really wasn’t.

If only we had a JUNES! The closest we get is that place with the dogs and the red circles. Now we have to wonder why anyone wouldn’t think it’s the best place ever! Let’s just hope we changed a few nonbelievers out there, and don’t forget to grab yourself some of our freshly restocked tees and pins to really show your JUNES pride! 

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December 08, 2017

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New Shipping Option

We know our international customers have been asking for faster, more reliable shipping options, and we are happy to announce that we're now offering DHL Express Worldwide Shipping.

For the next week, December 8th through Midnight on December 15th, all purchases of $60 or more will get 25% off their entire order with the code DHLinternational.  So stock up while you can!

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June 21, 2017

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A little bit more about Sanshee

Hello everyone! We’ve talked a lot about events coming up and new items launched but today I wanted to talk about something a little different.

In our About Us section on the website, you can read a little bit about how the company got started and how we’ve grown. Our story is a little bit different from some of the larger companies out there - we’ve never had outside investment, we’ve never done fundraising for the initial start of the company, and we effectively own ourselves.

What the About Us section doesn’t go into huge detail on is what really makes this company special. Sure, we started out as an artist alley table and built our way up from there, but there’s a lot that goes into the company itself.

Who is Sanshee?

Sanshee originally started with a few different owners. Now, it’s down to two co-owners, with about 8 full-time employees based out of Seattle, WA. If you’ve read the About Us, you know we used to be based in Massachusetts. Why’d we move, you might wonder. Well, aside from the cold weather and interesting driving practices of folks in Massachusetts, it really wasn’t a good place for any of our employees. The office wasn’t located near anything, we were about an hour out of Boston which made attending conventions rough, and to be honest, not a whole lot of people wanted to apply for jobs in the middle of the woods. So, we moved to Seattle.  

When I buy a product, where does my money go?

I think a lot of people don’t understand how much money it takes to create a product. Without getting into all of the details and nitty gritty that NDAs cover, there’s a few things to consider when you look at the price of a product and think “wow, that’s pretty high.”

 To give you an idea, here are some expenses that all companies will have to pay. This list is not all inclusive, but it does give you an idea:

  • Rent for the building your office is based in - rent in cities is often extremely expensive, but why do so many companies have their HQ in expensive areas? Well, it’s extremely hard to hire people who live further away from the city or densely populated areas. For example, when we tried to hire in Massachusetts, just an hour out of the city and just ten minutes away from Worcester (another large city) we would sometimes only get 5 applications for a job. In Seattle, we get over 200.
  • Supplies, internet and internal equipment - Your employees need computers, they need keyboards, mice, printers, printer ink, paper, labels, boxes for shipping, art programs, tablets, etc. These items add up quickly.
  • Payroll - payroll isn’t as simple as just a flat $X per hour, either. If you use a payroll service, fees go into that per employee.
  • Insurance - insurance comes in many forms and depending on your type of business, it can get pretty costly just to have the base level.
  • L&I and other state mandated costs - If you have employees, you end up paying the state for various things. For example, there are different rates paid for if an employee is strictly on their computer, or if they touch boxes, or if they do different sorts of tasks.
  • Accountant fees - someone to balance your books and make sure money going in and money going out matches up. This is time consuming and expensive, no matter how you slice it.

Specifically regarding Sanshee, however, there are some other fees that people don’t take into account.

  • Royalties - When you purchase a product from Sanshee, not all of the money goes toward us. We pay a sum or a portion of each sale toward whichever IP the item is from. For example, when you purchase a plush, a percentage of the money you pay goes back toward whoever created the game. That’s great for big IPs and games, but it’s even better for small ones.
  • Minimum guarantees - Sometimes, companies will require you to place a set amount of money down to obtain a license (that is, the right to create, sell and market the products you create for a game/show).
  • Item creation - it’s not as simple as drawing a picture, sending it off to a manufacturer and then receiving 1000 of a product, unfortunately. There’s the cost of the artist’s time to design the product, the cost of a sample (usually around 100 bucks per sample regardless of product), the cost of setting the machine up to manufacture it, the cost of revisions (some products can go through 10 rounds of revisions. At 100 bucks per sample + artist time, it adds up!), the cost of paying people to set the product up online, to write the copy, to get photographs done. There’s even more that goes into this, but a single item is extremely expensive to make, once all the parts and pieces add up and that’s before you even sell a single item.
  • Booth, hotel, flight, food, and pay for employees. Sanshee differs from quite a few companies that attend conventions in that we believe strongly that if you do something for us, you deserve to get paid.  We do not do “volunteer” work where you get a 40 dollar badge for a weekend and then work the convention for us. Conventions are back-breaking work. They’re long hours, lots of customer interaction and a ton of lifting, walking and generally exhausting work. On top of that, there are state required fees for each employee depending on the state you’re in. Some companies opt to do this themselves, but others tend to use an HR service that handles the hiring/paperwork of an employee. Something to note, though - in general, if you’re paying an employee a wage, there are several dollars of additional fees that go on top of it. So if you pay an employee 15 dollars an hour, they’ll generally see 12-13 but a company will usually pay anywhere from 17-19.  
  • Insurance - Not just the sort of insurance you’re required to carry as a business, or that each individual con may require you to have, but actual insurance for your employees. Every full time employee at Sanshee has nearly the highest level of health insurance that we can provide through our insurance company, but not just that - Sanshee pays 100% of the cost for our employees’ insurance. With things how they are right now (and without getting into politics) Sanshee firmly believes that our people deserve to be taken care of in whatever ways we can.
  • Events, donations, non-profit assistance, other work - Sanshee has tried to up its focus on charities, events and other work that is important to us. Whether it’s donating a portion of proceeds to charities that we feel strongly about, or hosting events like Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving, Christmas, TV watch parties, or Kirkwall con, our intent is to be extremely integrated into the community. While some of these things are paid for out of our own pockets, a lot of this is made possible with company space, time and money.

This isn’t even a full picture of the costs of operating a business and what goes into making products for the IPs that we love, but I hope that it helps people better understand why prices are the way they are.

There’s one more thing I’d like to talk about and that’s Sanshee Originals. This name is pretty broad and will be encompassing a lot of different products, features and collaboration work with our community. Some of it I can’t talk about just yet - we’re still in the paperwork phase. What I can say is that Sanshee’s taken a huge risk with creating its own original merchandise, not just creating merch for our IPs. There’s no established audience for it, there’s no data for it, there’s nothing but all of us getting together and creating items while thinking I’d love to see this out in the world. Your support of any of our products is huge and every single purchase - no matter how large or how small - helps us immensely. It pays bills, it pays employees and it keeps us making the kinds of merchandise that we want to see and that we hope you love to buy.

Our intent with making merchandise is the same as it’s always been - make cool merchandise that we love, our clients love and that we hope you love. I hope you continue to support us and I can’t wait to see what the next few months bring!  We’ve got a lot of exciting announcements coming up and I hope you guys are just as excited as we are.

Happy Pride Month! Celebrate with us with pins and parades!

Here at Sanshee we’re excited about June for a few reasons. One, of course, is that the weather is slowly clearing up - there’s sun during the day, longer hours, and the ice cream shop is open down the way for mid-day ice cream. Second, and more importantly, is that June is Pride Month across the country. While not officially recognized everywhere, it’s a part of the lives of much of Sanshee’s staff and this year, we wanted to do something a little more than just celebrate on our own.

In 2017, we’ve shifted our focus to try and reach out to local communities and support them where we can. We’ve done sales and charity events to benefit AbleGamers, ACLU, Seattle Animal Shelter and more. This month, we wanted to focus on something else that’s important to us and what better time to do so than Pride?

 Up for preorder today is a pin designed by Chad Gowey, with a portion of every sale going to Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ center! 

It is a pre-order item with a minimum goal of 200 units; if we are unable to reach this goal, the pins will not go into production and all pre-orders will be refunded, so we hope you'll take the opportunity to pre-order and tell your friends!

Another way we want to try and be more involved with the community is the Seattle Pride Parade. In the past, members of Sanshee staff have attended Pride on their own, but this year one of the things that we felt important was going a step further. We’re proud to announce that Sanshee is participating in Seattle’s Parade on Sunday, June 25th at 11AM. We’ll be marching in the parade for the entirety of the day and then out and about in downtown Seattle for all the fun that Pride has to offer.

If you’ve ever been to any of our events - Friendsgiving, Christmas, or movie/TV watch days, or simply would like to come march in the parade with us, we welcome you. There are only ten spots in the parade available and it will likely require some time commitment on your part, but if you’re interested in participating, please email Sarah@Sanshee.com and we will try to work with you on it.

We also recognize that some members of the community may not be able to physically march with us due to distance, or disabilities. Unfortunately, parades aren’t always the easiest thing to participate in and while there is no easy answer, Sanshee would like to include as many people as possible in whatever capacity we can. If you’re unable to participate in the parade but would still like to support in some way, please email Sarah@sanshee.com for coordination.

We’d be happy to have folks who are local help decorate signs and tshirts and whatever else we might have. Additionally, we’d love to have a blog post after Pride listing all of the names of folks who might not have been able to participate in the marching but still supported us during it. If that is something you would be interested in, please email Sarah@sanshee.com for coordinating that as well!

If you’re local to Seattle, please consider taking a look at all the cool Pride events happening throughout the month. Here’s a link to Seattle’s Pride calendar. http://seattlepride.org/calendar/2017-06/ We encourage you to check out any events that might be happening in your areas, too!

From all of us at Sanshee, we wish you a happy Pride!

January 09, 2017

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Sanshee's Saturday Morning Cartoons Event!

On Saturday, January 21st, Sanshee will be hosting a morning/day of cartoons to celebrate season 2 of Voltron releasing. Come hang out with us for a day of robots, pajamas, cereal, waffles and drinks as we watch the 2nd season of Voltron!


LOCATION:

Sanshee is located at the Prudential Building: 114 Alaskan Way S, Ste 100, Seattle WA 98104.

Parking may be difficult due to our downtown location. There are parking lots in the area and there is street parking; if possible, come early to have a better chance at something close. We are a few blocks from the Pioneer Square Station, and even closer to the Seattle Ferry.

 

TIME:


The event will start at 10AM PST and will end once we’re done with season 2 of Voltron.


WHAT WE WILL HAVE:


Employees of Sanshee will be bringing a variety of things. We’ll have multiple kinds of breakfast cereal (all terribly sugary and probably not healthy for you, so if you have a specific request/want please let us know in the google form in advance when you RSVP.) There will be fruit, waffles, milk, along with supplies to make mimosas, among other things. Additionally, pizza will be ordered around lunch time or so.


REQUIREMENTS:

This is an inclusive event. Sanshee will be providing nametags so you can write your preferred name on it, as well as preferred pronouns. We ask that everyone who attends this event is respectful of those who attend. We will need you to also fill out the Google doc with as many details as possible.

WHAT TO BRING:

Yourself! You can bring others so long as it is written on the Google doc, so we know how many people to expect.  Also, as this is a cartoon/morning party, please feel free to wear pajamas! Many of us will be in kigus or pajamas as the case may be, so please feel free to join us. We also ask that if you can bring a side of some kind; please feel free to and let us know in the doc what you may be bringing so we can plan accordingly. We understand if you’re unable to do so and will be providing food/drinks regardless of what is brought.

QUESTIONS:

  1. I can’t have milk/can’t have sugar/have a dietary restriction! If you specify what dietary requirements you have, we are happy to accommodate as best as we can. We’ll have a variety of things in advance but knowing what to plan for will help us.
  2. I don’t know anyone who will be attending! That’s fine! Most of Sanshee will be there from before it starts until a little after it opens. We’ll have nametags and will likely set something up so you can find people who have the same interests as you, too. We will be going through and introducing people to each other if they would like, so no one feels uncomfortable.
  3. I can only attend for a short amount of time! That’s fine! Some of us will be spending part of the day working or doing other things with friends and family elsewhere and joining later. Please feel free to drop by whenever you can.
  4. I am afraid of spoilers! We realize this might be the first time some of you have seen S2 since it will have only recently dropped. We ask people keep spoiler talk to a minimum to make sure that people who haven’t seen it are able to without being spoiled.
  5. I cannot believe you’re having a Saturday morning cartoon event and haven’t mentioned a pillow fort. I know, right? Don’t worry, we’ve already started talking about how to make this happen, we take Saturday morning cartoons very seriously. 
  6. I have a Voltron cosplay and want to show up in costume! YES PLEASE? If enough people A) show up and B) want to do costumes, that is totally awesome and others will happily join. Feel free to email Sarah@Sanshee.com and we can coordinate. 
  7. I have a question not addressed here! Please feel free to email Sarah@sanshee.com with any questions that you may have regarding this. I’m happy to address anything that comes up.

We hope to see you there!

November 09, 2016

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Sanshee's Friendsgiving!

On Thanksgiving day, Sanshee will be opening its doors to anyone in the general fandom for a community Thanksgiving. We’ve held events at Sanshee before, from Kirkwall Con, Friday Fundays, to general fun events and parties. This year, we’d like to invite you to our Friendsgiving.  While we can’t provide any sort of transportation or accommodation for you, we are happy to provide a home cooked meal, good friends, great conversation and new friends.

One of the best things about working at Sanshee is the fact that, for all of us, Sanshee is like a family. We all come from very different backgrounds and walks of life, but we come together because of a shared love of video games, anime, merchandise and general nerdery.  Many of us spend our holidays traveling to go to conventions where we can meet other fans who are as passionate about the products and licenses that we work with as we are.   

Unfortunately, not everyone is as lucky as we are to have that. The last few weeks have been a very trying time for many of us and we want to welcome everyone to come together as friends and fellow fans to make Thanksgiving a happier day for all of us.

This is open to anyone who is local to Seattle or has the ability to be here on Thanksgiving day.

 

LOCATION:

Sanshee is located at the Prudential Building: 114 Alaskan Way S, Ste 100, Seattle WA 98104.

Parking may be difficult due to our downtown location. There are parking lots in the area and there is street parking; if possible, come early to have a better chance at something close. We are a few blocks from the Pioneer Square Station and the King Street Station, and even closer to the Seattle Ferry.

 

 

TIME:

Friendsgiving will start at 12PM PST on the 24th, eating will begin around 3PM PST and go until approximately 8PM.  This is to ensure that A) people have a place to go at any point during the day and B) if they have other commitments, they can join at a different time. You are welcome to stay as long as this event continues.

 

WHAT WE WILL HAVE:

Employees of Sanshee will be bringing a variety of foods. Depending on the number of RSVPs, there will be turkey, general Thanksgiving sides and dishes, and - of course - pie. If you are someone with dietary restrictions, please let us know in this Google doc. we will do our best to accommodate you.  Additionally, we will have a TV set up with movies and gaming.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

This is an inclusive event. Sanshee will be providing nametags so you can write your preferred name on it, as well as preferred pronouns. We ask that everyone who attends this event is respectful of those who attend. We will need you to also fill out the Google doc with as many details as possible.

 

WHAT TO BRING:

Yourself! You can bring others so long as it is written on the Google doc, so we know how many people to expect. We also ask that if you can bring a side of some kind; please feel free to and let us know in the doc what you may be bringing so we can plan accordingly. We understand if you’re unable to do so and will be providing food/drinks regardless of what is brought.

 

QUESTIONS:

  1.    I don’t eat turkey, what can I do? If you specify what dietary requirements you have, we are happy to accommodate as best as we can. Turkey will be here, but we can also plan on other items for vegetarians, etc.
  2.    I don’t know anyone who will be attending! That’s fine! I (Sarah) will be there from before it starts until a little after it opens. We’ll have nametags and will likely set something up so you can find people who have the same interests as you, too. I will be going through and introducing people to each other if they would like, so no one feels uncomfortable.
  3.    I can only attend for a short amount of time! That’s fine! Some of us will be spending part of Thanksgiving with friends and family elsewhere and joining later. Please feel free to drop by whenever you can. The ideal time to be there is 3PM since we’ll begin serving food, but we also have people who live close by, so we can stagger things out a little depending on when people are due to arrive.
  4.    I have a question not addressed here! Please feel free to email Sarah@sanshee.com with any questions that you may have regarding this. I’m happy to address anything that comes up.

 

In short, the holidays can be a stressful time for a lot of people. At Sanshee, we’d like to do what we can to make it as enjoyable and inclusive as possible. We look forward to meeting those of you in the community through the coming year and hope that you and yours have a wonderful holiday season.

We hope to see you there!

  • Sarah and the rest of Team Sanshee

Two years working with FNAF! We're celebrating with one of our biggest sales yet!

 

With this month marking the anniversary of working officially with Scott Cawthon and Five Nights at Freddy’s, we wanted to take a moment to bust out the party decorations, order up some pizzas, and celebrate.

There is no simple way to describe the outpouring of support we’ve seen from the FNAF community over these past two years and what that means to us.It's hard to fully express what it means to be a part of this community, whether it’s the joy of hearing a fan’s excitement on seeing their first Foxy plush or the fun of dissecting fan theories with customers at the Sanshee booth. I can’t begin to count how many times I’ve been pulled aside on the street by someone who notices the Freddy shirt I was wearing or the pride I feel when watching a video of a customer meticulously unboxing our latest plush. From reading your comments online to opening up our mailbox and finding a hand-drawn piece of fan-mail, it’s incredible how much your words of support have had an impact on us and we can’t thank you enough. Since our beginnings we have always held to the goal of making things of quality and passion, and to see that appreciated as it has with the Five Nights at Freddy’s community means the world to us.

It has truly been a pleasure to share with you all the past two years of Five Nights at Freddy’s and we’re looking forward to many more.

Please enjoy the celebration and maybe a slice of pizza! Dig in and let’s eat!


Arty,

Founder and Creative Director

Sanshee.com
November 16, 2015

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Color Me Sanshee!


Click here for the printable version!

 Need a reason to do something fun and get creative? Want a fun way to pass the time and win prizes doing it? Introducing, Color Me Sanshee!

That’s right, Sanshee is making activity pages just like in the coloring books you had growing up. And when you post your finished page on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ColorMeSanshee, you can enter to win cool stuff from us!

Here are the rules:

  • You don't need to be an artist! At least one winner will be chosen at random, so everyone has a chance regardless of artistic ability.
  • We will choose at least one other winner as a “Sanshee’s Choice,” which may be determined by creativity, wit, or skill.
  • You must use the hashtag #ColorMeSanshee to enter.
  • Entries must use the provided activity page and meet any requirements in the page’s prompt to qualify. You can print out the page and color it by hand or color it digitally. Just be sure to post the picture!
  • Your art must be appropriate for all audiences to qualify to win.Entries must be submitted by contest end date in order to be eligible.
  • Submissions including offensive or inappropriate materials will be disqualified.
  • Please either be a follower or have your dms open so that we can contact you if you win! Winners will have 24 hours to respond to us and claim their prize before we find a new winner.

No purchase necessary to win!

We will update this page in the event of any changes to the rules.
We do not and will not claim ownership of anything you draw or color. We will only promote your art on social media and Retweet, and we won't use your art for any other promotional uses without your express permission.

If you're outside the US, you are responsible for any customs or import fees that apply to your region when receiving your prizes.

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