UPDATE: We couple use a few last-minute submissions of general GoT-themed mayhem. Submissions accepted through Friday evening, April 22nd. Thanks!
We’re gearing up to release a new song—one inspired by Game of Thrones and George R. R. Martin—and want YOUR HELP to make the video, because
we’re cheap and lazy, and don’t want to do it all ourselves we have the most amazing fans in the world! It’s really easy: email us a drawing of a person or people being killed. Fun, right?
A few more details before you email ’em to us:
- It doesn’t have to be great art. I mean, we absolutely will welcome great art, but we’ll equally welcome not-great art. Stick figures? Cool. MS Paint? Bring it on.
- Ideally, the person/people should be clad in a fashion that is reminiscent of Game of Thrones. Doesn’t have to be, though. Can’t draw a person in armor, monk robes, or khalssei-wear? Per the first bullet above, no problem.
- Keep it on the funny side. Blood and gore are okay, so long as it’s WACKY blood and gore. (But by no means do we require blood and gore.)
- Get creative with it, and have fun.
Not into bullet points? Here are a couple of basic examples:
You can totally do that! I mean, what’s that person riding in the second drawing? A horse? Maybe. Why is it dead, too? Dunno. Again, you’re welcome to spend more than the 20 seconds each of those took, but seriously: no pressure.
NOW LET’S DO THIS! E-mail us a digital version of your image—photo of it is fine if necessary, though a scan is better, and the higher resolution, the better—along with how you’d like to be credited. (Name, Twitter handle, website, whatever; we’ll do our best to accommodate all reasonable credit submissions.) DEADLINE: let’s say Wednesday, April 6th.
For clarity’s/officialness’ sake: your submission of your artwork to us grants us the non-exclusive use of said artwork in the above-described music video, in return for screen credit. No other compensation shall be offered or is implied. Additionally, any art you submit must be your own and you must control all rights to its use.