Sketch a Treehouse Challenge
Imagine and sketch your ultimate green retreat. Whether it's one tree or a forest, what would your ideal tree habitat look like and live like? Is it wild, space age, architectural or an imaginative getaway?
Share your sketch with us created in Concepts App and a description of your ideal treehouse for a chance to win some creative prizes.
How to Enter
1. Post an original sketch with hashtags.
Post an original, behind-the-scenes project sketch or sketches that you created in Concepts on Instagram. Use the hashtags #SketchATreehouse, #ConceptsApp and #Contest - all three hashtags are required, please check your spelling! One project per entry. If you include multiple sketches for the same project, please keep them to the same post.
2. Include a short story.
In the caption, tell us the main idea and story behind your sketch or project. It can be brief, but the more you tell us, the more we can understand and appreciate your sketch.
3. Check your Direct Messages.
The contest will run from November 23, 2020 through December 7, 2020. Be sure to post before midnight to be eligible. We will judge entries based on originality, strong concept, and creativity. We look forward to seeing your treehouse sketch!
The Small Print
- Be sure to set your profile to public so we can see your post.
- For legal reasons, you must be 18 years of age to enter.
- By submitting your work, you agree to our contest rules.
- This contest is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Instagram or Facebook.
Did we mention there are prizes?
We will choose three separate winners!
First Prize: Your choice of one set of Apple AirPods, Samsung Galaxy Buds+ or Microsoft Surface Earbuds, a set of six Copic markers, and an art print of your winning entry!
Second Prize: A set of six Copic Markers and an art print of your winning entry!
Third Prize: An art print of your winning entry!
Make sure you read the full set of rules, as only legal entries qualify for prizes.
Photos courtesy Apple, Too Corporation, and Printful.
Your sketches should reflect your own scribbly style, but here are some simple sketches with story to back them up.