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They were anounced on the front page of core77.
Guntar, as I said before, hot sketch! Nice win.
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Thanks Yo!, I got it.
Just like back in studio (classes), you can look at the submissions and put them in an order from complete to needing a fuller realization. I bet this would probably end up being close to how the deal went down. I know a Professor who has his students do this. He gave them grades with rubber stamps of animals. Then had them put them in to the range (A, B, C, D, F). Makes you wonder, would you have gotten a Giraffe or a Hippopotamus on this if it where an assignment?
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I understand giving feedback on each entry is probably unrealistic and extremely time consuming for paid pro's but it would be great if some feedback could be given, only way to get better is feedback.
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if parkwl22's work under the IHDC discussion was considered. He must be lost. Too bad. Next time try to read the directions carefully.
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Loved the designs, but it seemed that almost all the backpacks were meant for boys. o.O LOL. The one I like is the one that won third place. It seemed simple, loved the designed and it has commercial potential.