Velocity Ultra Art Competition Winners

A couple of weeks back we ran a competition with the guys at Futurlab to win a fantastic Velocity Ultra art print. Now it’s time to hand it over to James Marsden from Futurlab to announce the winners!

This stunning print is on its way to…


We had a range of submissions, through FacebookTwitter and by private email, and whilst it was pretty close, we all agreed that Stu Price is the worthy winner of the canvas print as his comic strips show a great deal of charm and imagination.

He created a series of comic strips to help flesh out the back story of Lt. Kai Tana and her journey to the stars. You can see his winning entries below (click on them for full size):




Stu wins a a copy of the Velocity®Ultra game, a t-shirt, some Velocity®Ultra posters, stickers and the awesome canvas print. Congratulations and great work Stu!

Second Place

This animation entry from Dave Robinson (@5ypher) was also a great submission.

For his slick animation skills, Dave wins a t-shirt, a copy of Velocity®Ultra , a bunch of stickers and the Velocity®Ultra poster and game!

Runners Up

The following people also won a copy of the Velocity®Ultra game and stickers and  for their efforts which are in the post now! You can take a look at some of their entries in the gallery below.

  • Cameron Brewster
  • Joey Woznicki
  • Alex Jesse
  • Rafal Ben
  • Saalim Mohamed
  • Polash Das
  • Joe Anderson
  • Diego Novais Souza

Finally, just because we’re nice, Christopher Allison is getting some stickers  and a copy of the Velocity®Ultra game too!

Thanks for taking part everyone!



  1. Some great entries. I remember seeing the comic strip on Facebook and immediately thought it’d be the winner. Lovely stuff :)

  2. Congratz to the winner(s)!
    Some very nice entries there…

  3. Congrats to all the winners, they’re all very good.

  4. Well done to all that took part! :) Especially me! Haha. Runner up. Not bad. :D

  5. well done guys

  6. Figured I’d sign up and thank you for running the competition and also the nice comments about my comic strips. Maybe now that I’ve finally got around to making an account I’ll stick around to comment on things from now on.

    • Congratulations and I hope you do :)

  7. Congrats once again. And thanks to both Sixth Axis and Futurlab for running the comp, was good fun!

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