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LEGO Rebrick contest - Dream Skylines!

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From TLG:

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In our latest LEGO Rebrick contest, we ask participants to build a LEGO Skyline in the same size and scale of the LEGO Architecture Skyline series of a place close to their heart – this can be a favorite city, the town in which they grew up, or even a fantasy city of their own creation.

One grand prize winner will receive an assortment of LEGO Architecture sets, including: 
21026 Venice 
21027 Berlin 
21028 New York City 
21032 Sydney 
21033 Chicago 
21034 London 
21019 The Eiffel Tower 
21024 Louvre 
21029 Buckingham Palace 
21031 Burj Khalifa 
21030 United States Capitol 
21035 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum®

Two runner ups will receive all current LEGO Architecture sets, which includes 21026 Venice, 21027 Berlin, 21028 New York City, 21032 Sydney, 21033 Chicago, and 21034 London.

Submit your entry before August 10th at 10:00 a.m. EST! Find out more at:
http://rebrick.it/dreamskylines

Please share this contest with your friends and fellow RLUG members, and let me know if you have any questions!

 

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So... the rules state:

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Use of LEGO Digital Designer to create your entry is allowed, along with photo editing software or adding effects to your entry

Does anyone know if that also includes other digital software such as LDraw or stud.io?

EDIT: I found some extra info in the 'legal section:

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You can enter contests in three ways:

1. Enter by building a physical original LEGO model and take a photo or video of your entry and upload it to the Platform. 
2. Enter using LEGO Digital Designer (LDD). See how to use LDD in section ii. 
3. Create a digital model using a third-party LEGO rendering software and upload screenshots to the Platform.
 

So, I guess that includes LDraw right?

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Now this should be fun. I've constructed skylines of Israel and St. Louis, Missouri. I haven't entered a Rebrick contest in a while, and I noticed they actually have a waiting period before entries appear on the site (before, they would appear instantly).

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22 hours ago, legolijntje said:

So... the rules state:

Does anyone know if that also includes other digital software such as LDraw or stud.io?

EDIT: I found some extra info in the 'legal section:

So, I guess that includes LDraw right?

Yes. TLG was fine with LDraw models for Porsche Technic contest. Although there was controversy with digital models as they have received less jury votes. This was due to model using bricks in non-existing colours and it was impossible to check if insides really keep the model as it should. Basically you can build digitally exceptionally good looking model, but it won't work with real bricks.

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