"Get Some Perspective!" Contest
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Forced Perspective - a technique still being explored and yet to be developed to its fullest extent in Lego. Let's see what you can do with it!
All entries must contain forced perspective. If an entry does not, it will be disqualified.
For the purpose of this contest, forced perspective will be considered any technique that offers an effect that is not viewable from all angles, that uses various scales/sizes to create an optical effect that makes the MOC appear larger than it is, or affects the appearance of a MOC’s depth.
The contest is open to all MOC sizes ranging from vignettes to dioramas. Scoring alters slightly with different sizes, though. Read the scoring rules to find out more.
Only 1 entry per person.
No non-Lego brand pieces or modified Lego bricks
Only new MOCs
Examples of Forced Perspective: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/174220
These are not the only ways of doing forced perspective, though; and they are mentioned as examples, not techniques to copy.
Post a link to your entry in the “Entries” thread.
A score of 0 – 8 points will awarded for the overall build quality. 0 means the build is absolutely terrible, and 8 means that it is well-built and contains many excellent techniques.
A score of 0 – 8 points will be awarded for the originality/effectiveness of the forced perspective in the build. 0 means that the forced perspective does not compliment the build in any way and is not original, and 8 means that the forced perspective compliments the build perfectly and is used originally.
A score of 0 – 8 points will be awarded for the quality of the forced perspective’s construction. 0 means that it is terribly built, and 8 means that is well-built.
Each entry will receive a score from me, Mike Bernd, and Tom Simon as a comment on the entry. Scores will be totaled and posted at the end of the contest.
November 19, 2010 through December 31, 2010 at 11:59:59 EST (MOCpages’ time)
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