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April Judging
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Killsalot's Palkia:

Subject: 4/5 Palkia is a rather intricate Pokemon, with lots of smooth, curved bits to him.

Resemblance: 4/10 Not very recognizable, but after a while the resemblance becomes clearer.

Flow: 3/10 The top half and bottom half clash brutally, but the top half has some decent shaping.

Creativity: 3/5 I like how you used the mini bionicle legs, but, as you used them for legs, your creativity score isn't full.

Presentation: 4/5 Good pictures with all the angles, some clutter in the background was distracting.

Total: 18

Killsalot's Giratina:

Subject: 4/5 Giratina has some pretty difficult-looking details to cover.

Resemblance: 6/10 pretty easily recognizable, but nowhere close a perfect copy.

Flow: 4/10 Better than your Palkia with flow, but it still has some awkward shapes.

Creativity: 2/5 Very conventional techniques, nothing particularly interesting caught my eye.

Presentation: 4/5 Good pictures, the clutter and deliberate blurring of the last pic were distracting.

Total: 20

Killsalot's Dialga

Subject: 4/5 A very spiky Pokemon. Spikes of all different shapes like this are difficult to pull off.

Resemblance: 5/10 recognizable, but lacking in detail.

Flow: 3/10 Right angles make this build look like a robot.

Creativity: 1/5 The body is just some plates stacked together. Some okay back and head detail gave you a point.

Presentation: 4/5 see above presentation comments.

Total: 17


More to come, all scores will be posted tonight!
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| May 2, 2011, 4:58 pm
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Thanks for being so on the ball with this, Cody. I'm swamped at the moment but I hope to also judge before the week is up.
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| May 2, 2011, 6:27 pm
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Leon's Zekrom:

Subject: 4/5 A rather complex choice, what with all the curves and smooth surfaces.

Resemblance: 4/10 only the general shape resembles the subject, no detail whatsoever to speak of.

Flow: 2/10 lots of studs. It looks like a pile of bricks. The arms aren't bad though.

Creativity: 1/5 The arm technique is a little bit creative, but other than that there are no neat techniques.

Presentation: 5/5 Good presentation.

Total: 16

Filip's Axew:

Subject: 2/5 A very simple Pokemon to do at this scale. Not much detail to speak of.

Resemblance: 9/10 Very easily recognizable.

Flow: 5/10 Very brickie. The sides flow okay, but the curved areas aren't great.

Creativity: 3/5 Good work on this scale, but nothing in particular struck me as brilliant parts usage.

Presentation: 5/5 Excellent.

Total: 24

Ray's Haxorus:

Subject: 4/5 Lots of detail, looks difficult.

Resemblance: 8/10 Easily recognizable. Good amount of detail. The head and the colors are slightly off.

Flow: 6/10 Good work on the SNOT, and its very full for the scale. Not quite as curvy as it should be though.

Creativity: 5/5 Great job, this has, by far, the most interesting techniques out of all the entries.

Presentation: 5/5 All the angles are presented, good lighting, clear pictures, and clean background.

Total: 28
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| May 2, 2011, 8:22 pm
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