Robin Hood wrote:The crime and punishment category says to create a scene of a crime, and then a scene of a punishment. Does there have to be two different scenes?
If one could show both the crime and the punishment in the same scene, the same picture, would that be alright?
And if not, do the two seperate scenes have to be seperate creations, or can they be the same MOC with different minifig poses and such?
Yes. They can be the same location with different poses in a different photograph.
If we create two different mocs - one for the crime, and the other for the punishment - can we submit 6 photos (3 for each) to the contest
No. You are limited to a maximum of 3 photographs for an entry in any category.
I've essentially got one MOC, but with the three photos it's going to be different in each one. Before the Crime, During the Crime, and After the Crime. Sans a few minor changes, the MOC stays exactly the same, acting as a storyboard and backdrop for the three scenes.
Would this be okay?
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