IMC 2017 Scholarship!
Thanks to all of our Patreon supporters, who have graciously donated month after month, we have reached one of our most sought after stretch goals. We are super excited to announce that Muddy Colors will be providing a FULL PAID SCHOLARSHIP to the 2017 IMC!

The 2017 IMC has been completely sold out for months, but we reserved a spot for one deserving reader to attend. The scholarship includes full tuition, a meal plan for all 7 days, and housing right on campus for the entire workshop. The only thing our winner needs to pay for is their travel expenses to and from the workshop.


The IMC is a 7 day workshop focused on making you a better artist with the help of some of the best illustrators and fine artists in the world. All disciplines (traditional and digital) and skill levels are welcome. More info at: 


The IMC workshop takes place in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. (Nearest major airports BDL, BOS)


The IMC workshops runs for 7 days, from June 12-18, 2017


All you need to do to apply for this scholarship is fill out this form right here. In this form, you will be asked to provide a link to 6 different pieces of art that you would like submit for consideration. You will also be asked to tell us why you think you should win. That's it! After you fill out the form, you will receive a link via email that will allow you to edit your submission as many times as you want.


There are really only few stipulations...

1. Submit only once. (You can edit your submission. But if you submit multiple times, all of your submissions will be discarded.)

2. Make sure the art you link to is in jpg/gif format, and between 800-2000 pixels on the longest side.

(If you link us to a PSD, or some ridiculously large file, your entry will be discarded.)

3. Make sure you are capable of covering your own travel expenses before applying.

4. You have to be 21 years of age or older to attend.

We will stop accepting application at the end of the month, so don't delay!

Simply follow this direct link to fill out the form: