ACPin, on Jun 1 2010, 09:16 PM, said:
What! No extra large scale?
If you want to, then go ahead and ultra scale
Oky Wan Kenobi, on Jun 1 2010, 09:26 PM, said:
I'm just saying that after all the contest ideas I have proposed, this contest has a surprising lack of "new twist". Not that that's a bad thing though.
I'll leave the "twisting" to you
gotoAndLego, on Jun 1 2010, 10:51 PM, said:
May we do a spin on a movie scene, not something that is explicitly depicted in the movies?
Yes, the rule only state that you have to do a Star Wars scene...
And I can't see why a spin on a movie scene wouldn't be a scene, if EU and TFU are considered "in" then so is this.
sok117, on Jun 2 2010, 01:55 AM, said:
I think I could beat ACPin (who am I kidding?!?!), oh well, it's just a friendly competition to see some great scenes. I look forward to seeing some of the entries as I have already started on my own, though I am pressed for time due to exams and such. I'll start 16x16 and go from there
Thanks again to KimT and others who were involved for hosting the contest, may I ask if it was inspired from the flood of awesome scenes recreated by ACPin?
Remember there's 3 categories and 3 prizes in each category plus a few special things we're still cooking.
So there should be plenty of prizes to win.
And no, we weren't inspired by ACPin's rush of dioramas - good as they are.
The idea was to allow you guys ro recreate Star Wars scenes and do it your way.
Which means no limit on parts, scale or vertical size.
The only limitations are as stated in the rules.
No clone parts.
3 categorial sizes to enter in.
Must be Star Wars themed.
and that's about it.
So "Free Your Mind" and get down to some serious MOC'ing.
I'd love to see a mini-scaled space battle on a 48x48 baseplate or a midi-scale Gungan Sub fleeing from a giant fish mouth.
Stuff like that and the usual minifig-scaled dioramas.
Only your imagination is the limitation in this contest.