Alienated Anatomy - Custom Action Figure Contest!
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The one thing that 99% of customs have in common is basic human anatomy. Everything has a head, two arms and two legs. The challenge of this contest is to get away from that. All entries for this contest must have inhuman anatomy. Aliens (Starro's, Metroids, Greys, Brood), mythical hybrids (mermaids, minotaur, satyr, centaur) and anatomical mutations (Angel, Gorgon, Beak) are all valid entries.
-Animals are considered fair game for this contest. The only restriction is that they must be the focus of the contest entry. Entering Lockjaw, Battle Cat or Krypto into the contest is perfectly fine, however entering Tally Hawk and calling Quicksilver one of his accessories is not.
-Mechanical augmentations are not valid entries for this contest. The non human anatomy must be biological in nature. So people like Dr. Octopus, Coat of Arms, Cable, etc. are not allowed.
-As always there are no size restrictions for this contest. You may use any sort of materials, parts, tools or techniques that you wish. Whatever gets the job done.
What are the rules of the contest?
It's hard to choose just one custom to vote on when there are tons of great entries, so Figure Realm has a unique voting system where you can vote on ALL the customs! When you click on an entry to view, there's a bar with buttons on it that lets you give the custom anywhere from 1 to 5 Stars. 1 Star means you think they could have done a better job on the custom while 5 Stars means you think they did a perfect job. The votes for each entry are added up when voting is closed and averaged-out to determine the winners. Also, don't abuse the system. Don't give your own custom 5 Stars and then give everyone else 1 Star to boost your rating. Remember, the votes are monitored.
Some points you might consider when casting your vote: Is the figure well-made? Is the paint smooth or crusty? Are there noticeable fingerprints on the sculpted parts? Is it an original custom? Is it accurate to the source-material (comics, photos, description in a book)? Are the pictures clear enough to see the details? Did the creator take the time to include a back-story or recipe? Is the custom so unbelievably awesome that you'd trade your girlfriend for it?
Craftsmanship and creativity are major factors to consider, but ultimately your vote should depend on how much you like the custom, and how well you feel it fits the contest theme.