Seems like the hardest part might be getting teams formed I'd suggest people group up with similiar interests maybe or styles? Or maybe even by disciplines... like someone might be good at line art, someone else coloring, another backgrounds, etc? I dunno, that might be a dumb approach... but might make it a bit more streamlined.
I like the sound of this new CHOW-thingy. I'd love to enter if someone thinks I'll be a good member of the team that is....Pm me if you do think so...Or else, daestwen, well just put me in a team with members that'll fit around my level or lower. That way I could teach and learn something from my team mates in one leap.
Daestwen and Poshspice: maybe make bigger teams with 3 or 4 artists with great skills and add 1 or 2 not so good like me?? it would not implicate so much a group and could make the begginers to learn from this good artists.... It would be kind of a trainee program....
I think this is a really good idea and could be a lot of fun... provided there is an even playing field. So I'm with Daniela here 100%... and I'm willing to go wherever.
But... I have to be totally honest if I see a groups of Posh, Bumskee, Vorace and JessiBean's forming together (for example)... what will be the point of this challenge? If it is really to be a community building exercise each group should have people of various skill levels and it shouldn't be the usual buddies getting together.
I think mixing it up will have much more interesting, unexpected results and be a challenge for everyone in different ways. I'm sure Posh and Daestwen don't need more to do... but I really think groups should be "approved" based on variation of the people in it.
I think shan, above, says it best. I think we would all be best suited to grouping out of the norms. Not only will we be introduced to new people, but we can also learn from each other not only on an individual base, but I think alot of people would like to learn what it would be like to be in a team environment (provided that the team is very well constructed and streamlined). And then there is also the matter of getting different skill levels thrown together. This also seems interesting as everyone might have something to learn.
I dunno, throwing in my 2cents as well 0.o
Almost like mini-studios, competing for opportunity I suppose...