First, we are not looking only for a tower, but a complete walled castle. It may be better to enter your castle in the miscellaneous category. Please pm an admin with a photograph of the moc. Thanks.
forseti wrote:The "rob the rich" category seems to ask for two separate mocs, right? so twice 2x 32*32 or 48*48?
Maybe this is a stupid question, but how many walls does the castle need in order to be a "complete walled castle"? I ask, becaus i plan to build a castle (inspired by one of my favourite existing castles), wich is dominated by one big main building/keep. There are walls and other buildings like stables, towers and a gate house and it will also have a small court. Does this qualify for the realistic castle category, if the main building/keep is very dominant or does it look to much like a tower? btw. how realistic should it be concerning decorations?
I read the rules and all the 5 pages of this topic, but I still have a question :
When you say "rural" or is there an era limitation for the subject ? For example, can I build something related to Ancient Egypt ? Last year, one of my MOC was historicaly too late so this year I prefer asking before starting building !
Thanks for your answer.
Shadowviking wrote:So most of the Late Middle Ages are right out?
Bruce N H wrote:I'm not sure by what measure you say that. 1666 is a pretty late date for the end of the Middle Ages, as the Renaissance began in Italy in the 1300s and spread north. In England this takes us well past the Elizabethan era into the Restoration. Heck, the Pilgrims landed in North America in 1620.
Gothano wrote:I have a short question to enter the three pictures. I build a castle for the realistic castle section and published only one picture before in the web in a unready status together with me on my flickr and bricklink account.
Do I have to use this picture as one of three pictures for the ccc8 entrie or can I create three new one of ready castle for entrie?
KumpelKante wrote:Currently I am working on my entry for the rob the rich category. There are two MOCs required to qualify for this category. Does this mean, that I can enter three pics for each MOC, wich is six pics in total?
Shadowviking wrote:I saw 1366 somehow. Apologies.
Bruce N H wrote:. . . Heck, the Pilgrims landed in North America in 1620.
Karrde wrote:In the 'Rob the Rich...' category, would it be acceptable to do two separate scenes that could also join together to form one, large composite scene for the third picture? My idea probably won't come to fruition anyway but it doesn't hurt to ask
You should build two events that occur at separate times. Connecting the events does not make sense for this category.
KumpelKante wrote:That does make sense. However, is it allowed to entry a pic, that shows both MOCs next to each other for the purpose of presentation?
KumpelKante wrote:(well i had to dissamble the first part of the entry anyway, so i would only place them next to each other via copy and paste in Photoshop/gimp)
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