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Re: Questions

April 5 2014 at 2:18 AM
Dan Taylor  (Login Dan-Taylor)
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Response to Re: Questions

Hi Jakub
The outline for the competition is as Paul states, the build up to D-Day, and I would agree that it is a little restrictive with a relatively short amount of time to get things done. My hope is that the restriction may concentrate the model makers ideas in the same way that the rules of Formula 1 promote creativity by being a little tight. For example, a figure is required, so you could, if you chose, do a single paratrooper pulling on his parachute. Effort to bend the rules to fit what you want to do is the trick! I'll certainly be encouraging people to vote for models where an innovative interpretation of the rules has been employed.

Yes, this surrounds a single day, but preparations were made for a very long time in advance. I'll scan and post some scenes for inspiration in a couple of days...

All the best

Dan


 
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