This reeks of bad taste.
Designers: Is it really a good idea to send your work off to be posted on somebody else’s Dribbble page? Think about it. This is prohibited in Dribbble’s Rulebook #3: http://dribbble.com/site/rulebook
If demanding Twitter follows for Dribbble invites isn’t against its rules, it’s against its ethos. This bribe does not attract the type of designer the Dribbble community welcomes.
Go sign up as a Prospect if you want to join Dribbble through legitimate channels: http://dribbble.com/signup
All shot are going to be posted on dribbble and we are going to decide there who are the winners
is that even allowed?
Surely then we can’t post those shots ourselves?
You’re appearing to have done work that isn’t yours… that’s like having someone elses work within your portfolio… can’t you decide yourselves without having to post them somewhere, surely that’s the point of you hosting a competition?
edit: + 1 agreeing with above post
You are all right guys, we will post does shots here and decide here.
Terms were based mainly on Kailoons last competition.
This is beyond lame.
Dribbble competitions are so whack.
C’mon – whot’s wrong with you guys?
IMO you are a bit rude. You don’t like this kind of competition then please keep your juicy comments in your mind. Terms are adjusted, and we never wanted to post someone else shots as ours… this got a bit to far now.
Then before you decided to speak up pleas don’t put your words in our mouth.
Competition is still live and we have quite few shots already… we hope to get more
I have nothing against Dribbble competitions, but I agree with GravityDept, asking people to follow you on Twitter shouldn’t be a condition, it has nothing to do with whether one is good enough to be accepted there!
I followed the rules and I sent my entry (400×300 png) via Twitter! Hope that you like my work!
Can I send you multiple shots? I have some other shots that might be better than the one I sent you.
Awesome competition btw
Send us the best one please