Enter the contest by submitting your doodle online. You may either submit the doodle to our site as a.jpg or.png (see the enter tab) or mail it to us (address listed on the enter tab). One entry per person. All doodles must be received by March 31, 2015.
After we select the winner, they will receive instructions for how to claim their prize.
The current list of Google Doodles can be found at google.com/doodle. New designs are being created by artists from all over the world every day!
Have a question about Google Doodles? Check out our help center article on how to find out who won Google's Doodle contest.
How to Participate
How to Make a Doodle Out of a Photograph
Select "Sign up for free" and register your account after clicking the "Start free trial!" button. You can do so by email, by providing your name, email address, and password, or by logging in with Microsoft, Google, or Facebook. You'll be sent directly to the Doodle dashboard after you've validated your email address.
How does it work?
Students can scribble on the entry form using any coloring materials they wish, on top of the printed entry form. Fill in the blanks on the entry form with the following information: Doodle explanation: Write a statement in which you tell us a little bit more about what you've drawn and how it reflects something you hope for. Don't forget to include your name and date!
Colored drawings will be accepted until midnight Eastern Time on March 2nd.
This year's theme is 'Think Pink -- A Breast Cancer Awareness Doodle'. Students are asked to draw or write about some way they can help raise awareness and money while drawing or writing about their ideas.
All proceeds from the sale of this product will go to breastcancer.org.
You can find a gallery of previous Doodle drawings here: http://www.google.com/doodles/
And here's how one student explained her drawing: "I decided to draw a butterfly because it represents beauty inside and out. It also represents freedom because butterflies don't have wings until they're ready to fly away from their troubles."
The school's technological package is valued at 200,000. On November 14th, 2019, the winning doodle will be shown on Google India. A Chromebook will be shown, as well as an Android tablet. The deadline for submitting a doodle for the "DOODLE 4 GOOGLE" contest is January 20, 2021.
Creating a Doodle To begin, compile a list of items that are related with the individual for whom you are creating it. When you've finished your list, get a decent piece of sketch paper and lightly draw each thing all over the page. To partition off each item, use curved lines, zigzags, and some straight lines.
Next, choose one item from your list and give it special attention. Do this by giving it a different color pen and/ or drawing a more detailed version of it. Continue to add details to your doodles, just like you would with any other drawing.
Now, combine several items on your list into one design. Try not to put too many things on one doodle because it can be hard to tell what is being represented.
Finish by adding a title above your doodle. This will help people understand the meaning of the image if they don't know already. You can write anything from a word or phrase to an entire sentence!