Classicsmiley wrote:I'm assuming that LifeLites products (http://www.lifelites.com) are not allowed, due to the fact that the wires, LEDs, and circuit boards aren't official, even though they use official parts like half-pins and plates. Am I correct?
Chuck wrote:Are we to assume something like this is not fair game?
strider406 wrote:When you say brick-built or minifig pilot does that mean I can't use a troll.
AlternativeRadio wrote:Wow! This looks really great! Can't wait to start building this thing. One question, can we use GIMP or some other tool to create the lightning effect between the engines, such as the ones in the poster?
Emperor wrote:Question, can we photoshop in the sustaining field between the pods for our entry picture?
Talon Karrde wrote:http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Podracer - I had a look at the 'notable models' which provides quite a lot of inspiration.
Big C wrote:Chuck wrote:Are we to assume something like this is not fair game?
Don made it clear in the rules what a legal entry is, Chuck.
don i think you need to clarify the energy bindings. the rules state that they must be brickbuilt, but in one of your responses above you say it's okay if an entry has photoshopped bindings.
Solo wrote:And I forgot to put it in there, but it's one entry per person.
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