‘Shop Contest: Monolith

Shop Contest: Illustration of an article titled Monolith

image: Valve / Kotaku

Over the past few weeks Strange monoliths are appearing all over the world.. Is it an alien job? Secret government agency? Time Traveler? Boring artist, Who has a lot of free time during the pandemic? (that is Probably the last one …) And did you hear that they are now in video games? !! ?? !!

Your Challenge of the Week: Add some monoliths to your video game.

I hope the monolith is cooler Boring artists and marketing.But it is And since 2020, it’s more likely than zero that these monoliths have been installed not only for stupid reasons, but also probably by racists. 2020 will smoke everything.

Anyway, here are two cropped images to help you Monolith From Utah. Feel free to use your favorite monolith or create your own.

Shop Contest: Illustration of an article titled Monolith

Photo: ??

Next week I will pick the winner and some of my favorites!

Notice that the image submission rules have changed slightly. I’m currently looking for an image with a width of 800 pixels.

Submission method — procedure

1. Create a shop and save it to your desktop. The width of the image must be at least 800 pixels.

2. Go to the bottom of this post

3. The comment window is displayed. If you upload your shop from your desktop[ファイルを選択]Click

4. Alternatively, you can upload your shop to a free image hosting service. I suggest imgur. Then paste the URL of the image into the field called “URL of the image”. Note: This should be the URL of the image itself, not the page on which the image is displayed. That is, the URL ends with .jpg, .gif, .png, and so on.

5. Add editorial commentary[送信]Click to load the image. If not, upload the image to imgur and paste the URL of the image as a comment. I will look at it.

I see some animated .gifs larger than 6.5 MB, but large images may not be uploaded correctly. If you still have problems uploading your images, try to keep the maximum image size (horizontal or vertical) less than 1000 pixels, or the entire image less than 2MB.

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