Giorgio Chronas wrote:1. I was not sure if we would have been allowed to use in all categories pieces from Brickforge. Example the animals in the farm category or a bow in a history entry...
Piglet wrote:As a Pole I am also very happy that polish builders took 3 first places and 7 honorable mentions : o)
Maedhros wrote:Piglet wrote:As a Pole I am also very happy that polish builders took 3 first places and 7 honorable mentions : o)
Yea, you really blew us all away coming up from nowhere with all those wonderful MOCs!
Stone Goblin wrote:I counted around 289 entries for this year and about 107 contestants. This is just estimates and not the final numbers. I could find out myself, just don't want to waste time if somebody has the data already.
Stone Goblin wrote:By the way does anybody know the total number of entries and contestants this year compared to last year?
Giorgio Chronas wrote:Thanks to the Admin for changing Gork to Giorgio Chronas.
Since I was new within this contest I would like to understand it a bit better, just in case I join again this year, so here are two questions to the Admins:
1. I was not sure if we would have been allowed to use in all categories pieces from Brickforge. Example the animals in the farm category or a bow in a history entry...
2. It seems that the general idea and the looks of a Moc are most important. Example the Miller's Nightmare has a fantastic look and is very original in the idea. The question to me is, does playability play a role and if yes, how do you define playability. To me playability would be opening up hatches and walls and getting into the Moc. A very good example for such playability would be Stone Goblins "Gold mine".
Stone Goblin wrote:Wow! My brother(Peppermint Pig) and I won. There were so many great entries I thought we might of been short in the scoring.
DARKspawn wrote:Speaking about curiosity & coming out of nowhere, does anyone know what this year's "Mystery Prize" is? I wouldn't be concerned, except that it appears I have won it.... whatever it is....
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