Late last night marked the end of our fan art contest and we can’t get over all the amazing entries we received! It was ridiculously impossible to pick winners. I mean, we eventually did it, but we just about died of disagreements.
No, seriously, we each voted for our favourites and talked about it at length until we came up with our list of winners. It was really tough, and we will never forgive you for making this decision so difficult. Our lives are very hard already, and here you are, sending in all this awesome stuff. Sheesh. Well done, everyone.
So with that suffering out of the way, let’s take a look at the drawings, poems, 3D model and recipe (!) below.
For runners up, we have a lovingly rendered pixel art submission of the Songweaver under a Super Blood Moon, and a delicious looking dish inspired by some of the ingredients in Moon Hunters! (You can even prepare it yourself! :O )
In 3rd place, it’s Frederic Tarabout with his rendering of The Ritualist (Look at those flames! Those skulls! I think she means business…) He’ll get 2 Moon Hunters keys!
And for 1st place, the top award goes to… Alex Diochon with his interpretations of the main heroes in Moon Hunters. We love how each one has a distinct look, outfit and pose — especially the Spellblade.. but especially the Witch… but especially the Druid… and the Ritualist skulls… and check out that moon…! Alex will get 4 Moon Hunters keys, a pixel art commission by Mike H, AND he’ll be able to name a creature in the game. Congratulations! 🙂
Thank you so much to everyone who participated or who helped spread word about the contest! We love being able to see what inspires you from the world of Moon Hunters.
Hopefully we can hold another contest before the launch in January, but until then, be sure to keep up with our Kickstarter updates for major developments, or on Twitter @KitfoxGames. Be sure to check out the rest of the amazing submissions below! 😀
If you ever make any fan art, please do feel free to post it anywhere and everywhere (Steam! Twitter! Facebook! a local art museum!) and let us know so we can tell everyone about how awesome you are! 😀 Your art always puts a smile on our faces, whatever medium you work in.