IF Art Show
The IF Art Show was a competition where authors submitted IF art pieces rather than games. To clarify, large plots and difficult puzzles were strongly discouraged. Instead, entries focused on just one thing, place, character, or activity, and encourage the player's exploration and interactivity of whatever's being displayed.
The creator and organizer of the IF Art Show was Marnie Parker. Entries were entered into one of the following subdivisions: Still Life, Landscape, Portrait, or Event. A pre-selected panel of judges was used to judge the entries. Prizes were sometimes awarded.
See also Art show.
IF Art Shows
Note: There was no art show in 2002, 2005, 2006, or 2008.
- 1999 Spring IF Art Show
- 1999 Summer IF Art Show
- 2000 IF Art Show
- 2001 IF Art Show
- 2003 IF Art Show
- 2004 IF Art Show
- 2007 IF Art Show
- The 2008 IF Art Show was announced but didn't actually happen.
- The 2009 IF Art Show didn't happen either.
- IF Art Show homepage (archive)
- Baf's Guide page for the IF Art Show (archive)