Solo wrote:It's not cheating, it's just not allowed.Joedward wrote:A pre-emptive apology if this is a dumb question, but would it be considered cheating to make a ship that was longer than 48 studs, if it fit inside the baseplate limitations diagonally?
Building Guidlines wrote:Your MOC must fit within a 48x48 stud area
ThatGuyWithTheBricks wrote:I meant that the maximum dimensions of your ship should be 48 studs long, 48 studs wide, and 48 studs high. I know it doesn't exactly say that, but i think that's what they meant and the baseplate was just an example if you don't want to count the studs.
ThatGuyWithTheBricks wrote:Plus, Solo already cleared that up, so i don't understand why you are continuing to argue .
Your challenge for this tournament is to build your very own original bounty hunter and bounty hunter ship.
To enter, reply to this thread and in your post embed two pictures, one of just your bounty hunter and one of just your ship. Please use the flickr urls for your images, and include link to your flickr account or flickr set of your entry.
Your MOC must not exceed 48 studs in length, 48 studs in width, or 48 studs in height. (The large gray baseplates are exactly 48x48 studs.)
Your bounty hunter should follow minifig form: legs assembly, torso assembly, head at the minimum. backpack, cape, helmet, hair, weapons, accessories, etc, are optional. you may use droid elements for your minifig. The bounty is optional.
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