Olympic Games

Contest Info

  • Started: 2/8/2006 06:20
  • Ended: 2/10/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 28
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $10
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $6
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $4
Olympic Games
Contest Directions: The Olympic games open in two days. Integrate Olympic Rings, or Official 2006 Winter Olympics logo into anything you like - products, adverts, billboards, landscapes, life forms, etc. Customizing your object for Olympic games a plus.

Contest Info

    • Started: 2/8/2006 06:20
    • Ended: 2/10/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 28
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $10
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $6
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $4
28 pictures
  • Olympic Blast

    Olympic Blast
        • Fabulous looking entry! Bode Miller would likely shoot this guy on the spot.
        • He'd have fight his way to the front of the line first . . . and it'd be a long one.
        • I agree with Ray there. A loooong line indeed!
        • Sorry I gotta win with this guy's hideous puss, but hey, I'll take it.

          Oh, I see I did get a 1 vote.
  • Ready

  • Hula Olympics

    Hula Olympics
  • Olympic Rollerblade

    Olympic Rollerblade
        • Vivid! Very eye-catching. Beautifully done!
  • Audi Torino

    Audi Torino
  • Lord of the Rings

    Lord of the Rings
        • Nice. Make the rings slightly colored to add Olympic spirit
          It'd be nice to change clothes of the folks to some sports clothes too. I already see some archers competing

          [Edited by User on 2/8/2006 1:47:08 PM]
        • I think adding an Olympian (or more) would be cool, too! The rings look great!
  • Harry Potter

    Harry Potter
  • Ringo Starr

    Ringo Starr
  • Juggling

  • Chain Mail

    Chain Mail
        • Nice idea. I'd color the five rings a bit more to help them stand out

          [Edited by User on 2/8/2006 11:27:26 AM]
        • Very artistic. One of my personal favorites in this contest.
  • Piercings

  • olympic rings

    olympic rings
  • Spider

        • The flames look a bit artificial, but I LOVE the eyes!
  • Olympic Guitars

    Olympic Guitars
  • Planet

        • Great FX! Nice radiation! Very professional. (I might need to take your course)
  • Olympic Beer

    Olympic Beer
        • warping the type to go round the can a bit would be an improvement on a nice entry.
        • Very nice. Matching text perspective would make it very, very nice.
  • Dali Olympics

    Dali Olympics
  • Snow Jump

    Snow Jump
  • The Rings

    The Rings
  • Google

        • Googlempics!!!!! Ring around the profits!
  • Olympics

  • Mascot Security

    Mascot Security
  • Olympic Sales

    Olympic Sales
  • mcdonalds

  • Donuts

  • Angelina Jolie

    Angelina Jolie
        • *cough* 'P'...olymPic....
          Nice Chop tho!
  • Olympics

  • Celebrating Tradition

    Celebrating Tradition
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This contest is fueled by the following news: The Turin Olympic Games will be seen in more countries than ever before, according to the International Olympic Committee. The IOC indicates that more than 200 different nations will have televised access to the Games. Four years ago, there were telecasts to a total of 160 nations during the Games. Laos and a number of Pacific islands are some of the newcomers to the televised Olympic Games. The IOC has a new agreement that adds an additional 40 countries in the South Sahara. Another agreement with an Arab based commercial television enterprise will allow viewing of the Olympic games in 18 Middle East countries, including in Iraq and in Palestine. The first Games of the present Olympiad had indeed took place with big success. In spite of the fact that the participation in the Games had been accepted by less than 250 athletes, they became the largest sports event which has passed ever since the times of Ancient Greece. The Greek officials were so happy, that they have brought forth the offer on "forever" holding the Olympic Games on their native land, in Greece. But the IOC had introduced a rotation among the different countries so that every 4 years the Games changed venue. After the first success, the Olympic movement had to face the first crisis in history. The games of 1900 in Paris (France) and 1904 in Saint Louis (Missouri, the USA) had been combined with World's fairs. Sports competitions lasted for months and almost did not evoke interest of the spectators. The American sportsmen were the only who participated in the Saint Louis Olympics because to reach there from Europe across the ocean was very difficult for technical reasons back then. At the Olympic Games in 1906 in Athens (Greece), the sports competitions and results again came out on top. Though the IOC originally recognized and supported holding these "interim Games", these Games did were not classified as being Olympic. Some sports historians consider the Games of 1906 as the savior of the Olympic idea as they did not allow the games to become a senseless and unnecessary affair.