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LEGO Landscape Contest

The Landscaping Contest!

 

www.flickr.com/groups/legocontestnetwork/discuss/72157630...

 

Presented to you by Bruno and coupons provided by Brick Takeover

Imagine a peacefull landscape, green trees, flower fields, bunnies hopping around… AND OH MY GOD IS THAT A MANIAC WITH A FLAMETHROWER BURNING EVERYTHING TO SHREDS?!

So far this introduction, I’ll now tell you what the actual meaning of this contest is. You’ve all seen countless builds of apocalyptic wastefields, magnificent castle landscapes and so on. This contest focuses not on the minifigures dwelling in the landscapes, but on the landscapes itself. The goal is to create whatever landscape you like, be it a swamp, a volcanic island, a nuclear fallout landscape and so on.

 

RULES AND REQUIREMENTS.

-The build can be microscale, a vignette, a diorama or a scene, choose whatever floats your boat.

-You cannot enter previous builds

-The minimum size for it should be 20x20

-No height restrictions

-YOU MUST HAVE A BRICKLINK ACCOUNT IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR PRICE

-Minifigures are allowed, but should be kept under 3.

-Third Party accesoires such as Brickforge, Brickarms are allowed.

-Painting isn’t allowed, cutting stickers, flextube or whatever is.

-Don't have any ideas? here are some themes: Apocalyptic, Castle, Prehistoric, Medieval (not necessarily Castle), Roman/Greek, futuristic/Sci-fi, Steam Punk, Sea-life, Natural.

-Judging will be done by Eturior and Andreas.

-2 entries per person maximum.

 

PRIZES.

The prizes are split up into coupons for a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The coupons are funded by me and provided by Brick Takeover’s excellent shop. 1st place will receive a coupon of 30 euros, the 2nd place for 20 euros and the 3rd place for 10 euros. Again, the prizes are funded by myself with my hard-earned money so keep in mind that I can’t really afford any fancy price.

   

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Taken on August 6, 2012