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Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby Custom Showcase » Thu Apr 01, 2010 4:59 am

Voting for the Star Wars Custom Contest has begun! Remember, everyone is encouraged to vote whether you entered the contest or not. The customizers put a lot of time and hard work into making these creations. Show your appreciation and cast your vote!

Voting for the contest will run from April 1st - 7th. The winners will be announced the following day.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby chaosemperor » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:54 am

WOW, and I say again WOW, I can't believe the number of super great customs that were submitted for this contest. hard vote choices all around.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby Darththomas » Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:56 am

Ain't that the truth, I love starwars anyway and the entries into this competition are awesome, well done everyone!!!!!
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby leafman343 » Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:21 pm

A lot of entries this time, and most are pretty good, only ones to get a low vote from me where the ones that didn't follow the rules on scale.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby CplHicks » Fri Apr 02, 2010 2:28 pm

leafman343 wrote:A lot of entries this time, and most are pretty good, only ones to get a low vote from me where the ones that didn't follow the rules on scale.


I nocticed that too.

I also gave low scores to them as they didn't belong in the contest to even begin with.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby Captain Coder » Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:59 pm

CplHicks wrote:I also gave low scores to them as they didn't belong in the contest to even begin with.


Which ones don't belong in the contest?
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby CplHicks » Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:11 pm

Captain Coder wrote:
CplHicks wrote:I also gave low scores to them as they didn't belong in the contest to even begin with.


Which ones don't belong in the contest?


Last I herd there wern't any figures under 6 inches allowed.

The rules may have changed but last time I checked (awhile ago) but than at that time we wern't allowing 3.75.

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I've read the recent rules:

Star Wars was created and since then Kenner and Hasbro have made some outstanding smaller scale figures. Now it�s your chance to show you love of the great Star Wars saga by creating a 6 in or larger scale (if you choose to make a 12in custom and you want to use an official Star wars 12in figure for parts or as a base it has to be more than just a repaint,Also if you wanted to make yoda a jawa or like an ewok they don't have to be 6in tall they just have to be in scale with 6in figures at least ) inch scale Star Wars figure. You are allowed to make original characters and show off even more creativity, or you could just make a pre-existing character...or you can go with option #2. Star Wars is known for its exotic and intriguing environments, so you also have the option to make a Diorama of your favorite Star Wars terrain.The dios don't have to be on any predetermined scale


There were a couple of customs under 6 inches thus should have been barred from the contest.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby Captain Coder » Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:36 pm

CplHicks wrote:There were a couple of customs under 6 inches thus should have been barred from the contest.


Ah, ok. Those were Yami's rules. Yami feel free to remove them from the contest if you deem necessary.
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Re: Voting Begins for the Star Wars Custom Contest

Postby Darththomas » Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:09 pm

so where oh where are the results?, it is the 8th?
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