Redent Camilleri, a 21-year-old pupil at MCAST’s Institute for the Inventive Arts, has gained a nationwide cartoon competitors organised by McDonald’s in Malta to have fun the comeback of the enduring rooster, bacon and onion (CBO) burger.
Fourteen contributors submitted their entries. All artworks had been judged by cartoonist Ġorġ Mallia, who examined all of the entries on the premise of creativity, inventiveness, family-friendliness, feel-good second and ending.
The CBO needed to encourage illustrators and artists to precise its comeback in a comic book strip that mirrored its legendary standing and that was stylistically according to the burger’s launch marketing campaign.
Camilleri, who’s at the moment following a BA (Hons) in effective arts programme, was awarded a money prize of €1,000 and his successful art work was printed in The Sunday Instances.
Talking concerning the judging course of, Mallia famous that there have been a variety of very well-drawn panels, utilizing superhero-illustration axioms which might have positively competed for the highest spots had they been ensconced inside a scripted comics sequence.
“Redent Camilleri’s entry was the very best entry, his drawing was superb and though the strip itself tended to be a bit busy, leading to some ambiguity within the communication of the storyline, his entry remained the very best one which match the transient,” Mallia stated.
The second positioned entry was by Alessia Cacciatore, deemed “a really well-drawn and illustrated comedian”, whereas the third-placed entry was by Simon Callus judged as “a really well-drawn comedian with a intelligent denouement”.
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