Disco86 wrote:First of all thanks for Hosting my favorite contest again ! This year's categories are the best I have seen in the past years. I espeacially like that they are pretty open for different thoughts and not restricting the ideas.
I also got a question, that I was asking also last year, just want to be on the save side. Is it allowed to use non-lego lights (LED) ?
Last years answer was, that it is allowed only in the misc categories.
Mr. Cab wrote:Hi!
I've submitted this moc (https://www.flickr.com/photos/124388168 ... ateposted/) twice for the Large Miscellaneous category, but as far as I can tell it has been rejected both times. I was wondering whether this was because of issues with picture privacy/trouble viewing the pictures in the album, or whether it was because of the unconventional format of the build. Would it help if I provided a better white background picture - maybe one that's zoomed out so the background is visible on all four sides of the moc? If it's because it's not suited to the category, I was wondering whether it would work for any other category.
Bluesecrets wrote:When we click on your link we get a 404 Page not found error. This is why your entry has not been approved.
Each submission is limited to five photographs except custom figures which are limited to three photographs. Each photograph should be no larger than 1600 x 1280 pixels in a portrait or landscape orientation. You may edit your images digitally, but only to clean up the images for presentation. Each entry should include at least one image with a white background to improve the grading process. LDraw images are acceptable but these entries must use readily available pieces, not large quantities of rare pieces, colors, or figures, and they must also be physically possible. Composite images are only allowed to show some action feature (e.g. an inset photo to show falling axes or a trap door swinging).
I'm really looking foward to enter, but I'm not sure of the meaning of "1600 x 1280 pixels in a portrait or landscape orientation" in the rules. Does that mean the image is limited to 1600 x 1280 pixels in landscape orientation and 1280 x 1600 in a portait orientation, or strictly 1600 x 1280 pixels in both orientations?
Are we doing cross category awards this year?
Is it ok if I am entering for the small misc. category and my base is 33 studs long? You said in previous conversation that there could be overhang... Please?
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