Re: [n_scale] N scale is close to legit for contest.
- Hello Tom, et alia
The way I see it, the central focal point of the picture should be
the one item considered if you are favoring "models" On the other
hand, I would assume that some are considering the entire scene,
the quality of it. It's getting harder for me to favor one picture over
another myself (though I won't be voting anyway).
I have received pictures that are several shots of the same model.
I just pick one that I think has the strongest overall quality and
post it. Each contestant gets one shot of each model that he/she
has built, photographed and sent, regardless of whether or not
someone else may have already entered the same model.
Hope this helps, but in some ways I'm just as confused ;>))
On Dec 22, 2007, at 6:52 PM, Tom Stuart wrote:
> I have reviewed your contest photos and am confused by some of the
> entries. It is obvious in some photos that there is one model to
> judge. In other photos there is an entire scene of buildings and
> vehicles. In these I don't know which vehicle or building is to be
> judged or are we to consider the scene as a whole. This seens to
> be an odd comparison between a good vehicle and a large scene where
> detail can't be seen. Is this the way you intended it or am I
> misinterpreting something?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Reynard Wellman
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> Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2007 4:32 AM
> Subject: [n_scale] N scale is close to legit for contest.
> Hello N and Nn3 model builders,
> Micron Art is really proud of the superb job some
> of our N scale customers have done in assembling, painting
> and even modifying our kits! I want there to be a
> winner in the N scale category. Please send
> your entries prior to Jan 15, 2008 so that this outstanding
> effort gets the recognition it deserves!
> Win = $170 worth of Micron Art photo etched brass goods.
> Take a look at what we have so far:
> We are only a few entries short of getting N scale up to the
> finals. You can enter as many different Micron Art brass models as
> you might have assembled and painted. Select your best shot of
> each model. Enjoy and Merry Xmas!
> Thank you,
> Rey & Liz Wellman
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