Wednesday, November 12, 2014

November's Nibblefest Art Contest Theme: "TWO OR MORE CREATURES MIXED TOGETHER"

“Give the ones you love wings to fly, 

roots to come back and reasons to stay.” 

~Dalai LamaXIV

Art by Nibblefest Artist, Vicky Knowles (of Wibbley World)....

The start of our next round of  

The Nibblefest Art Contest

 begins in a week!

  (on the 20th) 
The theme for November 2014 is....:

Art by Nibblefest artist, Jenny Luan Frye.....


Art by Nibblefest Artist, Patience (of Art of Patience)


"You cannot teach a crab to walk straight....."

Art by Nibblefest Artist, Tammy Gulat....

"When the smile of a lovely dog is seen, 
the mind is healed."

Art by Nibblefest artist, Robin Jayne....

"It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds...."

Art by Nibblefest Artist, Patience (of Art of Patience)

"It is better to be the head of chicken 

than the rear end of an ox....” 
~Japanese Proverb

Art by Nibblefest Artist, Vicky Knowles (of Wibbley World).....

"The wailing owl 
Screams solitary to the mournful moon...."
~David Mamet

Art by Nibblefest artist, Patience (of Art of Patience)

So wont you join us for this month's

Nibblefest Art Contest? 

Art by Nibblefest artist, Jenny Luan Frye....

  When, starting on November 20th, artists near and far will gather via Ebay to present their own unique and one-of-a-kind interpretations of the theme....: 

(into one creature)

Art by Nibblefest artist, Penny Stewart....

Nibblefest Art Contest (NFAC), the fun and friendly, monthly-themed art competition that begins on the 20th of each month, and is open to all.  Hosted via Ebay, all Nibblefest art entries start at just .99 cents -- fun for artists AND collectors....!

Art by Nibblefest artist, Vicky Knowles (of Wibbley World)

To view upcoming monthly themes, see this post.  
For complete rules please visit our NFAC Facebook Pageor check out the information on the side of this blog....)

(*Please note: The art by Nibblefest Artists featured in this post represent past portfolio works, not current NFAC entries.)



  1. so many amazing artist <3

  2. Now that's an idea. Those are really fine entries. You can take that to another level and make it a meme-like phenomenon. You can put that up on Facebook like as a thread, and have lots of people put several variants of one of those combinations at the comments section of a photo post. Just dissipate the concept into a lot of permutations and make some bit of noise for your contest program in the process. Good luck!

    Lucius Cambell @ Skild