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PostPosted: Thu Dec 02, 2004 10:42 am    Post subject: PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Sets Reply with quote

Below you will find a set of rule sets that we have decided to make available for use at PhotoshopForums.com. These are completely optional and are made available strictly as a service to those who wish to make their matches a bit more structured than usual. The choice to use them is yours.

If you have suggestions for additional rule sets, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Enjoy!

1 vs. 1:

Rule Set #1 wrote:
PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Set #1

Match Description:

This type of match is a 1 vs. 1 competition, where each competitor must submit images back and forth. Each competitor may use the previous image or elements of the previous image, but are not required to.

Rules:

1. The challenger decides who will go first.

2. The challenger may call out a specific user, but that user does not have to accept. Should the challenged user decline, another user may step forward unless the challenger withdrawals.

3. Once a match is in progress, only the two people competing are permitted to post images in that topic. Other users may comment and post in the topic as spectators.

4. Each competitor has 48 hours to submit a return to the previous post. If a competitor does not post a return in time, they forfeit the match.

5. The challenger sets how many turns each player will take.

6. When each competitor has used all of his/her turns, the winner is declared by a public vote.

7. Voting lasts for 48 hours, starting from the time of the last turn. Each user may only vote once.

8. The subject for the match must state which users are participating and what set of rules (if any) are being used. The challengerís name must go first and the accepting competitorís name must go second. For example: John vs. Bill - #1. #1 refers to the rule set being utilized in the match.

9. All posts are still subject to our User Guidelines.


1 vs. 1, building:

Rule Set #2 wrote:
PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Set #2

Match Description:

This type of match is a 1 vs. 1 competition, where each competitor must build off the previous submitted image.

Rules:

1. The challenger must provide an image for the accepting competitor to work with.

2. The challenger may call out a specific user, but that user does not have to accept. Should the challenged user decline, another user may step forward unless the challenger withdrawals.

3. Once a match is in progress, only the two people competing are permitted to post images in that topic. Other users may comment and post in the topic as spectators.

4. Each competitor has to use the entire previous image in their return.

5. Each competitor has 48 hours to submit a return to the previous post. If a competitor does not post a return in time, they forfeit the match.

6. The challenger sets how many turns each player will take. The starting image posted by the challenger is not considered a turn.

7. When each competitor has used all of his/her turns, the winner is declared by a public vote.

8. Voting lasts for 48 hours, starting from the time of the last turn. Each user may only vote once.

9. The subject for the match must state which users are participating and what set of rules (if any) are being used. The challengerís name must go first and the accepting competitorís name must go second. For example: John vs. Bill - #2. #2 refers to the rule set being utilized in the match.

10. All posts are still subject to our User Guidelines.


Free for all:

Rule Set #3 wrote:
PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Set #3

Match Description:

This type of match is a free for all competition, where each competitor must submit images back and forth. Each competitor may use the previous image or elements of the previous image, but are not required to.

Rules:

1. The challenger must go first.

2. Any user is permitted to participate in this type of match.

3. The challenger decides what the maximum submission amount is (if any).

4. The challenger sets the ending date and time.

5. When time runs out, the winner is declared by a public vote.

6. Voting lasts for 48 hours, starting from the time of the ending date. Each user may only vote once.

7. The subject for the match must state what type of match it is and what set of rules (if any) are being used. In a FFA match the format would look like this: FFA - #3. #3 refers to the rule set being used in the match.

8. All posts are still subject to our User Guidelines.


Free for all, building:

Rule Set #4 wrote:
PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Set #4

Match Description:

This type of match is a free for all competition, where each competitor must build off the previous submitted image.

Rules:

1. The challenger must provide an image for the first accepting competitor to work with.

2. Any user is permitted to participate in this type of match.

3. Each competitor has to use the entire previous image in their return.

4. The challenger sets how many turns each player will take. The starting image posted by the challenger is not considered a turn.

5. The challenger sets the ending date and time.

6. When time runs out, the winner is declared by a public vote.

7. Voting lasts for 48 hours, starting from the time of the ending date. Each user may only vote once.

8. The subject for the match must state what type of match it is and what set of rules (if any) are being used. In a FFA match the format would look like this: FFA - #4. #4 refers to the rule set being used in the match.

9. All posts are still subject to our User Guidelines.


Free for all, manipulation:

Rule Set #5 wrote:
PhotoshopForums.com Photoshop Tennis Rule Set #5

Match Description:

This type of match is a free for all competition, where each competitor must manipulate the original image. This is not a progressive building match.

Rules:

1. The challenger must provide an image for the other competitors to work with.

2. Any user is permitted to participate in this type of match.

3. Each competitor may use part or all of the starting image in their manipulation.

4. There are an unlimited amount of submissions per user.

5. The challenger sets the ending date and time.

6. When time runs out, the winner is declared by a public vote.

7. Voting lasts for 48 hours, starting from the time of the ending date. Each user may only vote once.

8. The subject for the match must state what type of match it is and what set of rules (if any) are being used. In a FFA match the format would look like this: FFA - #5. #5 refers to the rule set being used in the match.

8. All posts are still subject to our User Guidelines.

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