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The Witcher Fan Art Contest

CD PROJEKT RED and Dark Horse Comics team up to bring you an incredible contest where you can submit your Witcher fan art for a chance to win amazing prizes. 

Create a piece of art inspired by the world of The Witcher in any medium: digital, paint, clay, whatever you choose. Upload an image of your art via the Dark Horse Facebook page or the website

Winners will be chosen by Dark Horse Comics and the CD PROJEKT RED team with prizes given to the top 3 entries. The Grand Prize includes a Playstation 4, a Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Collector’s Edition signed by the Dev team, autographed original game art, a Witcher skateboard, The World of the Witcher limited edition art book, The Witcher Adventure Game physical & digital editions, a t-shirt, The Witcher digital comic collection and Volume 1 of The Witcher comics. Cool prizes are also awarded to the first and second runners up.

The contest begins today with final submissions by 11:59pm PDT May 26th 2015. The contest is open to fans around the globe over the age of 18. Visit the Dark Horse Comics Facebook Page full rules and regulations. Submit your fan art from the world of The Witcher for your chance to win!

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