Friday, April 30, 2010

Design An Official Mega Man Zero Shirt

Capcom Unity's kicking off a pretty cool contest. The site is giving its fans a chance to design a Mega Man Zero-themed t-shirt in honor of the upcoming Zero Collection, with the winning design being made into a limited edition tee. The details below:

I'm excited to announce that our next official art contest begins today as we celebrate the announcement that Mega Man Zero Collection will be arriving in stores on June 8th!

Our first art contest is going to be a t-shirt design contest! The above is my own humble design that I wanted to use as an example. Put your artistic and/or design talents to use and submit them to me via private message with the subject "MMZC T-Shirt Design Contest"!

Be sure to save any high resolution art, as we'll be asking for it from the winner. The winning design will be made into a mega limited edition t-shirt which fans will be able to get via Capcom Unity. TO ENTER: Send us your best t-shirt design! Send them to me via private message with the subject "MMZC T-Shirt Design Contest"! You can enter as many designs as you'd like, just please send them as separate private messages. The winner will also receive a copy of Mega Man Zero Collection for the DS and the Official Complete Mega Man Zero Works, courtesy of Udon!

Submission deadline is May 9th at 11:59PM PDT.  For full contest rules and regulations, head on down to Capcom Unity.


  1. for some reason i got the feeling that there will be a megaman zero well see there just to much going on with this game that kinda shows there interest on the game hmm well see

  2. Oooooooohhhhh.......

  3. We all know it's gonna be some random kid's entry that's gonna win.

  4. Geez, I wish they had other kinds of contests besides art contests.....seems like that's almost all Capcom unity does. They've had a few other ones, but very few....

  5. Wait, so let me get this straight, I basically make a T-Shirt design relating to Megaman Zero on the computer and then electronically send it to them? Is that all I need to actually do?

  6. What do they mean by high resulotion art?

  7. @ anon
    I assume they may want to print a t-shirt. So... 300 dpi is the smallest resolution you'd want to do.


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