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.
CplHicks wrote:I also gave low scores to them as they didn't belong in the contest to even begin with.
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?
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
CplHicks wrote:There were a couple of customs under 6 inches thus should have been barred from the contest.
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