RichardAM wrote:•Does each entry have to have its own folder/gallery?
•Regarding the contest, all categories (sans custom minifig) do we have to work at minifig scale? Can we go bigger, or smaller perhaps?
Yes. They need to be minifig scale.
•For the Crime & Punishment entry do both aspects of this category have to be included in the same scene, or can we make something like a 'before' and 'after' set-up, essentially two mocs but with continuity/shared elements?
Before, middle, and after photographs would make the most sense for this category. Alternately you could have two before pictures and one after or one before picture and two after pictures.
•Act of Chivalry, in this category are we only allowed to use one minifig knight or would it be acceptable to have something like one knight general leading his army forward-as long as this was in regards to act of chivalry theme would this be okay or frowned upon?
We are going to keep the one knight limitation so that this does not become a battles category.
•Are we allowed to use SNOT for bases- assuming it fit in the dimensions specified, would this be alright or not?
•Again, bases, would something like 64x16 instead of 32x32(x2) be alright?
Yes. But do not try 128x8 or a crazy zig-zag design.
•Finally bases again, are we allowed stud overlap for the vignettes or has everything got to be in the 8x8 diameter?
You can have up to a two (2) stud overlap around the perimeter for vegetation, minifig parts, and minifig accessories.
Piotr wrote:I have one question, whether works can contain fantastic elements (dragons, beasts)?
If a fantasy creature such as a dragon works for your category it would be acceptable.
Garbageman13 wrote:If my custom fig is over-detailed, is that a bad thing?
Less is more except when it is just less
. You should design figures and create mocs for yourself that you like. More detail could be ok if it is done very well.
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