Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Edson Public Library
Adjudicator: Christopher Read
" The LEGO creation must be an original creation by the submitter. Non LEGO elements are allowed, but must not make up more than 10% of the build.
Measurements are counted in studs - the protrusions on the tops of the LEGO elements are studs. Please note LEGO is both plural and singular - "LEGOS" is not correct terminology.
Real builds only - that is, LEGO Digital Designer, or similar LEGO computer aided design (CAD) entries are not allowed.
1) Vignette - scene no bigger than 8-studens wide by 8-studs long, no higher than 12-bricks, and no more than two (2) minigures (the small LEGO people) on the scene.
2) Diaorama - any scene bigger than 8-studs by 8 studs, any hight, and any number of figures.
3) Multi (Vehicle/Bionicle/Robot/Mech) - no restrictions on size, or what kind of "vehicle" one wants to enter. This category is open to any type of robot, car/truck, plane, space ship, or BionicleR build.
Vehicle example: http://www.mocpages.
Mech example: http://www.mocpages.
Bionicle example: http://www.mocpages.
4) Mosaic/Sculpture - no restrictions on size, but generally a mosaic is a minimum 48 studs x 48 studs. One is allowed to use freely available computer software to help them design the mosaic. it does not have to be somebody's face; however, that is the most popular form of mosaic. As for a sculpture, this is a fairly open category with any 3-d build that does not fit into one of the categories as being allowed.
Could be a bust, abstract design, etc.
Mosaic example: http://www.mocpages.