We have come to week five, and after this, there will only be one week left! Soon, we will know the winner of the first-ever ENTM Doubles Cycle! Last week Malkovich Malkovich and Neisha Rayne danced their way into first place, but will their cosplay pass the test?
That’s right, this week is the much-loved Cosplay!
Cosplay: There are great duos out there like Batman and Robin, Yogi and Boo Boo, or even Mad’s Spy vs. Spy! Find a cohesive (from the same show, anime, cartoons etc) pair that you and your partner can cosplay as!
So please enjoy the pictures below, and then rank them from 1 being your favorite, down to 5 in the poll linked at the bottom! The poll will be active until Tuesday at midnight (EST)!
This is it! The final week of ENTM’s first ever Scenic Cycle!
Before I talk about the final round, I first want to thank our judges for all their hard work during this cycle. They take hours of their time each week, seriously thinking about each shot and how it was done and possible ways to improve it. We had a good balance of technical advice from Forthyn, literary and artistic viewpoints from Ona, and puntastic commentary on colors and emotions from Ni’ko. Thank you again for volunteering to be part of my experiment!
For our final challenge of this first cycle, we took a sharp 180 from the laser focused black and whites of Amsel Adams and went back in time to the previous heydey of landscape artistry – Impressionism! I asked for dreamy vistas and pops of color, and our team of photographers did their best. This was an extremely technical round and I’m proud of what our challengers did with the in game engine to attempt to reproduce Impressionist techniques.
Nine photographers submitted shots for this final portfolio. Please enjoy them over the next few days while our judges review them.
Scenic Cycle has reached the mid point, and for this week I chose a theme that is similar to previous ENTM rounds but also new just for this cycle. I asked our photographers to go inland from the beach and find a beautiful lake or a river, and take a “post card” style shot. The requirements were specifically: must include fresh water, and must have any of the in game frames except for Cinematic.
All ten photographers submitted gorgeous Lakeside Postcards, so here they are for your viewing pleasure!
The judges will be reviewing these shots over the weekend, and the winner of this round will be announced on Wednesday, June 5th.