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We have almost 70 members, and exchange season seems to be coming up on us again. I was wondering if anyone here would be interested in doing a project, as well?

One option would be a fanworks exchange run akin to hetaliasunshine and other gift exchanges. Basically, you'd submit prompts and tell me if you'll be participating as an artist or an author and I will match people up. It'll take place over about a month and a half-two months, and everyone who participates will be guaranteed something.

A fanworks-a-thon would be run similar to aph_fluffathon where I would collect prompts from everyone and then post for all to see. Those interested would then choose prompts that interest them to write. This likely won't be as strict with the time limit.

Is there any interest in either of these? And if so, when would be best? (This is not a poll question right now, but there might be a follow up poll depending on the winning project)

This poll is closed.

Would you be interested in a community project?

Yes
18(90.0%)
No
0(0.0%)
No opinion
2(10.0%)

What kind of project would you be interested in? (More details on each in post)

A fanworks exchange
5(26.3%)
A fanworks-a-thon
12(63.2%)
Other? (Comment)
0(0.0%)
No opinion
2(10.5%)

Would you participate in a project?

Most likely
13(68.4%)
Most likely not
0(0.0%)
Unsure
6(31.6%)

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america4prez
May. 6th, 2011 07:36 am (UTC)
My only major worry about a fanworks-a-thon is that I have no direct access to a scanner and I do exclusively traditional art ><

Essentially, I'll do either, but to participate in a fanworks a thon i would just be taking scribble pics like i do now, haha. it would suck against me, because the crappy quality makes it harder to deem an art fit. But if other people don't care...
strawberryburst
May. 6th, 2011 05:57 pm (UTC)
Actually, with your issue, you sound better suited to the fanworks-a-thon than the exchange. An exchange tends to require more quality than athons do. And, to be honest, I'm sure most don't care as long as you tried :)
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