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Be sure that the piece you are submitting is actually of a unique equine. What we define as a Unique Equine would be an equine you would not see in reality.
Any pieces of a horse with colors and markings that can occur naturally, even if the chances of those colors or markings occurring are slim should be submitted to the Mutant Gene folder.
When submitting pieces that include multiple equines be sure the main focus is on a Unique Equine. If you submit a piece with a group of Equines and only one equine in the
background is what we consider unique, chances are your piece will be rejected.
Submitting pieces of Equines that look normal but have special powers, be sure it is obvious that the equine is performing the special abilities in the piece. We will no
longer accept pieces of this nature that do not depict this clearly.
The great eye debate has concluded that we will from now on only accept pieces depicting normal looking equines whos only uniqueness is an abnormally colored eye, which are
glowing and thus obvious, or are the main focal point of the piece. (Please note that the glow must be quite intense and clearly obvious in the thumbnail of the piece for us to
We will no longer accept WIPs (Works In Progress). Please be sure that you are only submitting finished pieces to our gallery. We have also decided that uncolored pieces that do not
have nicely defined lines, as you will see in a line art piece, will be considered WIPs and as such we will from now on reject those as well.
We will now accept adoptable sheets into the group, provided the rules above still apply. A vast majority (if not all) of the designs need to be unique in some form.
Please remember to give credit where credit is due. While we do not have the time to verify that each piece is crediting the stock used etc, if we find a piece that does not do this, we will remove it from our gallery.
As some members are asking for more focus on uniqueness and to make things a bit easy for us moderators, your thumbnail must clearly depict a unique equine. We will no longer spend time
doing research, reading artists comments, pulling up character sheets to see if the piece should or shouldn't be accepted.
Your piece must clearly depict equine elements within it. If you draw a cat and put a horses mane on it, we will reject it for lack of equine elements.
We will no longer accept screenshots of equines made in generators or doll makers.
Other things to consider before submitting:
Please be sure to submit your piece to the appropriate folder. Submitting to the wrong folder could result in your piece being rejected.
You may submit no more than 3 pieces per day to our gallery and 3 pieces per day to our favorites folder.
If you submit a piece to us and it is rejected, you may ask us why it was rejected (if we fail to provide a reason).
Please do not submit rejected pieces again unless we ask you to.