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  • Privateer Press Painting Contest 2012

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    It's time for a new contest and also time for a new sponsor, coming to the table we have on the the biggest miniature companies in the world in the form of Privateer Press! I am sure you all know them and their fantastic range of miniature awesomeness.

    We have some great prizes to tempt you into entering. The contest will be split into 3 categories and a best in show.

    Categories:

    Single Figure:

    Any Privateer Press single miniature

    Warjack/Warbest:
    A single light or heavy warjack or warbeast.

    Unit:
    A unit of at least the minimum number of models allowed and no more than the maximum number of models allowed. Unit Attachments and Weapon Attachments may be included.

    Best in Show:
    Chosen from the category winners.


    Prizes:


    Single Figure:
    1. Iron Kingdom and Trollblood Colours Paint Set's
    2. Cygnar Colours Paint Set


    Warjack/Warbeast:
    1. Khador and Protectorate Colours Paint Sets
    2. Cryx Colours Paint Set


    Unit:
    1. Mercenary and Circle Orboros Colours Paint Sets
    2. Skorne Colours Paint Set


    Best in Show:
    1. Warmachine Two Player Battle Box and Legion of Everblight Paint Set. Your entry will also feature on the front cover of Portal Magazine.




    Judging:
    Category winners will be decided by public vote. Best in Show will be chosen from the Category winners by myself and Privateer Press



    Rules:
    • You must be a Wamp Member to participate. Membership is free and you may register here.
    • You may enter as many times as you like but each entry may only submit one photograph so if you need more angles it MUST be a montage.
    • Images must be no larger than 800 pixels wide by 2500 pixels high. (It is your responsibility to check this).
    • any additional photographs of that entry will be removed.
    • All entries must be new work. (New work is defined as any entry not previously displayed on-line in a completed state (You MAY enter pieces which have been shown as a Work In Progress (WIP)).
    • You give Wamp and Privateer Press permission to use your pictures for publicity (but you do retain ownership).
    • You may post pictures of WIP or final shots both here and elsewhere.
    • Judging will be decided by public vote.
    • Submissions must be posted to the Contest Gallery You must make sure you select the correct contest option in the contest select box either during upload (if using the basic uploader) or via edit pictures after upload



    Deadline:

    Tuesday 24th July 4pm (British Time)


    (supporters deadline will be 31st July 4pm)



    I am pretty excited by this contest and Privateer Press are a BIG name in the industry so lets show them what Wamp can do!
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