THE Q&A POST
why only a single miniature?
The requirement is a single figure, first and foremost, because it has been so in the past for the other painting clubs. Second, to keep the entry barrier low, and third to allow them to be enjoyed/scrutinized/judged on equal terms. Although there are no prizes to be won.
Shouldn't people be putting their count number on their entries?
Yes, they should, for the sake of easier management and to avoid confusion. It must have slipped from the original post, but it has been added to the rules now.
Can I post a before/after picture of a figure? It's a repaint of a toy, so the before would give a bit of extra context.
I'm happy enough with just the "after", but thought I'd ask
For this contest, just a picture of your finished piece, please. You may add a line or two describing what it used to be previously, and add a link, but no extra pics in the posts please.
Amalgamated: May I post a figure I painted in the past, but have never shown before?
Yes, if it has been unpublished, you may post it. The painting club is also about prodding folks to paint some new stuff, so newly-painted is certainly preferable. I have neither the time, the inclination or the means to check back if members republish an old thing, but it's a matter of honour and if someone finds out, they may point out the fact in a post.
what about newly converted figures? have had this Hasslefree hazmat figure for a while(painted and done) but recently sculpted a new arm and gave him a new gun?
Did you already show it on the LAF? If you did, this is not eligible. If it hasn't been shown, you may enter it, although we would prefer a completely new item.