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  1. Link to the full details can be found on my blog, Druid Main. For those of you too lazy to click or viewing from where Blogspot is blocked: I’ve polished up an awesome post about druid reroll information (basics about the class, what to expect as a newbie…LOTS of good stuff) but I’ve run into a problem. I have no pictures. All of my images are done via Photoshop and using digital models from the WoW Model Viewer, but they’re not as high-grade as they could be in terms of digital/artistic quality. Most of my work is for banners, logos, emblems, etc but no “artsy” pieces. Seriously, I cannot draw anything for myself other than stick figures, and stick figures just aren’t good enough for this post! So I’m turning to my readers and any artistic folks that want to get their creativity groove on. Guidelines Please don’t make it desktop-sized…or rather you can but I’d have to scale it down to fit into the post, so keep that in mind. The largest image I can put into a blog post is about 500 x 500 pixels. Other than that you can make it any size as long as it looks good. As for content…anything druidic goes. Shapeshift forms, Tauren or Kal’dorei, combat/fighting, specific spells, anything you want. Just keep it appropriate for PG-13 or so. I’ll be picking the best pieces to be featured in my article of awesomeness. The number of winners depends on image sizes and how they fit with my formatting in the article…and how many druids send in artwork. My goal with the images is to have them make people want to roll a druid, get curious about the class, and make druids look like the great powerful critters they are. Make Malfurion proud! Out of the winners, I’ll pick an Arch-druid winner to receive a 60-day WoW Game Card Entry Email me your image with an email that you check often – I’ll be emailing the winner from that address. My email is icedragon (dot) wow (at) gmail (dot) com. Or you can be lazy and use the Contact Ice link at the top of my blog. Deadline for entries is November 5, 2009. Druid Bloggers! Help me spread the word, fellow critters! Cross-link this event on your blog and I’ll return the link love with an addition to my blogroll, and link in the awesome post.