Over the past three weeks, we've been publishing Halloween and Day of the Dead themed vector content. Along side it, we started our Skull Decoration Challenge. We've been so overwhelmed with the sheer number of entries for this challenge and are proud to share with you the outcome of this challenge.
Community Project: The Skull Decoration Challenge - Part One
Check out these great vector designs from our challenge. Although we're no longer accepting entries for the showcase, you're more than welcome to use the template from the original announcement and share with us your creation.
It's my pleasure to share with you 88 of the 108 submissions to this project.
Due to the amount, I'll be showing the submissions in groups of four. Names of each creator will start from top left and work around clockwise. If you'd like to check out the full size version of each design, check out our Skull Decoration Challenge announcement.
Where Are the Other 20 Submissions?
There is a specific reason why we've held 20 of the valid submissions for another article. If you've not seen your entry in this article, you'll probably have something in common with the other 19 submissions. There is a second part to the showcase, where we share with you designs from PGHS!
Until then, if you're feeling inspired, please check out our Halloween and Day of the Dead Vector Design session. We've published 17 great tutorials this past three weeks to celebrate these two inspiring days. I do hope you've enjoyed this series of tutorials and look forward to our next community project!
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