Round 2 of the Top MOC Competition is over: Round 2 - February Final Rankings!
The first round of the Top MOC Competition is over: Round 1 - December/January Final Rankings!
It's been a while since we ran a competition. So to make up for that, we have come up with something a bit different. The new Top MOC Competition will be a continuous month-by-month award to the most liked MOC on Rebrickable. To make this as fair (and automated) as possible, the rules are a little different to normal...
In late August, Kim Thomsen from the LEGO CEE Community Support team contacted myself and the Eurobricks team with a challenge. They are impressed with the database of alternate build MOCs that Rebrickable has accumulated and wanted to see what the community could come up with under some quite restricted conditions. These conditions just so happened to be similar to those forced on internal LEGO designers :)
The April competition required the creation of a MOC from a single set. There were 21 approved entries. The three judges scored every entry with their own criteria and weightings which included creativity, originiality, playability, instructions, and a host of other aspects.
The competition held last December was a great success with lots of awesome MOCs. We are running another one for April, with a similar theme. Create and submit a MOC using only the parts from any single set of your choice (that meets the criteria below). If your submission gets the most votes at the end of the month, you win $100!
The December Alternate Build Competition is over and it's time to find the winner!
We have an impressive 40 MOCs submitted with 33 of them in the running for the $100 prize. Of the five possible sets to choose from, the entries are spread pretty evenly:
Rebrickable is running another alternate build competition. Simply create and submit a MOC using only the parts from a single set from the list of choices below. If your submission gets the most votes at the end of the month, you win $100!
Well the first ever Rebrickable competition is over and it's time to start voting for the winner.
We had 17 alternate build MOCs of the 6866 Wolverine's Chopper Showdown submitted, of which 10 are in the running for the $100 prize. The remaining 7 were additional entries by the same designers and we limited it to a maximum of two entries per person.
Rebrickable will be hosting a month-long competition to encourage the submission of some great new MOCs. The nature of Rebrickable is to promote re-using your LEGO parts to build new stuff so this competition will focus on Alternate Builds. An Alternate Build is a MOC that uses only the parts from a single official LEGO set.