Submissions For Undertale Fan Art Book To Close On Sunday
Gaming charity Gamers for Good is set to close submissions for their latest charity fan art book on Sunday, October 16th. The book, based on artwork from Undertale, will feature user-submitted fan art and other custom-created content.
The project has the backing of Undertale creator Toby Fox, whose game has already helped inspire many gamers around the world suffering from depression. Gamers for Good's project hopes to similarly remove the 'META' barriers from our culture to get people thinking differently about mental health issues.
“As someone who has dealt with depression and anxiety for most of my life, I know the struggles and the isolation that can come with mental health conditions. With such a personal connection to this issue, I wanted to find a way to find a way to start a public conversation people could join in and not feel so alone. Gamers for Good Presents: UnderTale is that answer we were looking for.”
-- Liz Cooper, President of Gamers for Good
Submissions for the competition have been open for a few months, but the latest update reveals the closing date. A Kickstarter campaign for the publication will then commence on October 18th.
Proceeds from the book will be donated to three organizations: Anxiety Gaming, Take This, and Child's Play.
If you're a budding artist, keen musician, or just have a kick-ass cosplay outfit you want to show off, then you can get involved by submitting your content at the Gamers for Good website. But with less than a week to go, you'd better be quick.