Hi guys Sorry about doing a new topic hope you don`t get mad at me!!!! Well anyway In my group [The Mocers is the name of it] I am having a contest to build vehicles And since your Bionicle Mechanised I thought you would be interested in it and was inviting you to enter but you will have to join because I don`t think this website allows you to leave comments on a group conversation unless you were a member.So please reply and here are the rules
Rule #1: There must be a single vehicle in your entry, and at least one rider.
Rule #2: The vehicle must be at least 3 inches long/wide.
Rule #3: The vehicle may not exceed 3 feet in length/width.
Rule #4: The rider(s) must fit onto the vehicle in an eye pleasing fashion.
Rule #5: The Background of your photo must be clean, white or some other solid color, no wood please, or stuff like that.
Rule #6: It must be a new moc, you cannot enter a previously made creation.
Rule #7: This is a Bionicle vehicle contest, so please use as little bricks (system) as you can, the less bricks the better!
Judging: There are a few criteria you will be graded on by the judges (us admins). These being:
Build: Your vehicle should be sleek, “maneuverable”, and somewhat playable. I cannot really explain any further, you all know what build means!
Originality: Your Vehicle should be an original idea and build design; changing around an official set is not what this contest is about. A single Bio Spaceship among many Bio cycles will have a better chance of winning.
Picture coordination: Good photo quality, good views of the moc, a good background that contrast well with the moc.
Color and Piece coordination: Colors that don’t clash, but rather contrast well. Pieces that fit nicely with the others. This is not the same as build, this focuses on the individual pieces, not the overall build.
• A few little things, when I say “new moc” it does not have to be built for the contest, as long as it was made after the contest began.
• The Rider is not the main concern, and is not judged as harshly as the vehicle, but a better rider is better; not really another way to say that.
• As always the bigger the better, as long as it does not exceed the limits.