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Beautiful models, just a shame the bad photos. :(All 4,1.
Agree with Jan. Maybe we can request just one model per submission, as it is very difficult to judge multiple models which are built at different times from different kits and scales, etc.I will vote 4.4 for the 1:48 scale Nichimo only. A very good example of a Hayabusa model 1.Wind Swords
Guys, every modeller can take part in each contest with as many models as they wish. It's mostly a chance to show their work and therefore I think it's best to leave the presentation completely to them. Photo size and quality is up to each modeller. Ofcourse the presentation is very important and affects the voting and hopefully the modellers too have something to learn here. Bad photos of an excellent model cost points. Since I don't want to place childish restrictions every modeller is responsible for the presentation and we can share our observations in the comments.To all modellers: please remember, if you want to change something in the post with your models, just send over an email. If you took better photos of your model and you want to change them, just send them over and I'll be happy to do so.Personally I find all the entries very inspirational and I'm quite happy to see so many Hayabusa models!
Jan,I look forward to learning from your photos when they are posted.
I give them a 4.5. Yes, photo quality matters, however I try to look past that. Not always easy at times, but not everyone has the best camera or lighting.
The bottom 64th Sentai, 1stLt Nakamura Saburo, kit is my favorite; 4.6. The other two very nice for their age; 4.0
Very well executed cammo on the first two models.I like the most the last one though.I give 4.8 for this one.
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