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Any real limitations? i mean how about somthing along the lines of the McFarlane Twisted Christmas figurines?
or should we stick to more traditional designs?
(incase some people are still wondering, yes, i have a twisted sense of humor just look at Pooky in the gallery)
#1 Ethan Parker on 2008-11-08 00:38 (Reply)
Try and keep things a bit civilized :-)
Really looking forward to some nice models we can 3D print for the Christmas days.
#2 Peter Weijmarshausen on 2008-11-09 16:02 (Reply)

So these may seem like obvious questions, but I'm not sure.

1. Can you enter more than one model?
2. How do you enter, do you just upload a model, and let the judges go through the gallery?
3. Can you wait and get it printed after DEC. 1?
#3 AbcAbcwebd on 2008-11-28 22:36 (Reply)
1. yes, you can enter more than one model.
2. Just upload the model and add the tag christmas to it.
3. I'm not sure what you mean by this question?

Kind regards,

#3.1 joris on 2008-11-29 13:56 (Reply)

And I figured out #3.
#3.1.1 AbcAbcwebd on 2008-11-29 17:13 (Reply)
A few more models were added to the gallery but not to the contest?
Can you add them still?

Thanks :-)


#4 rob parthoens on 2008-11-30 15:52 (Reply)
Hi Rob,

sure! Which models would that be? Have searched and found 2 models with the Christmas tag.

#4.1 Peter Weijmarshausen on 2008-11-30 16:27 (Reply)
Winner announced 1st of December....
What happend?
#5 rob parthoens on 2008-12-02 12:07 (Reply)

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