mpoh98 wrote:So if you are allowed to do a forced perspective, are you allowed to make it like this? Where it is multiple different builds that create cool scene
Rifiröfi wrote:Category Custom Faction: we need to build a scene and submit max. 3 images. May we use one of those images as a collage concentrating on the heraldry on shields, flags, figures, etc.? Maybe taken out of the scene, before a neutral background?
royalbrickcustoms wrote:What constitutes a medieval (castle) figure in the Custom Castle Figure categories?
Bruce N H wrote:royalbrickcustoms wrote:What constitutes a medieval (castle) figure in the Custom Castle Figure categories?
46. We have generally defined the castle era broadly between the fall of Rome in 476 and the great fire of London in 1666.
Ronin Dragonslayer wrote:Why are the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit/Tolkien book themed builds not allowed
royalbrickcustoms wrote:Bruce N H wrote:46 ... between ... 476 and ...1666.
So can I make an Assyrian warrior? Are we allowed to enter ancient history themed figs?
Gavin of Lockwood wrote:I apologize for a second question from myself, but this is my first CCC and I found the submission page, but I would like to know what link I should post. Should I post it to the CC forums first and use that as the link I submit or should I use the link on my Flickr photostream? And how do I post the image to the "image 1" box? Thanks!
Ronin Dragonslayer wrote: I can't get it to resize to 800x600 (the required size for the original image as outlined in the "Naughty List" thread) even though I went to the suggested sites and tried to resize it; I can only seem to make it 200x200 regardless of how many times I try while the original is 2856x2142. Should I just add a flickr link to a 200x200 image
royalbrickcustoms wrote:Can we use altBricks leaves, or are they considered custom? I know that many purists still use then because they are so similar to official lego elements. In fact they are almost identical.
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