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!
There are two main differences from the last competition:
- You can pick ANY set to create a MOC out of, as long as it has between 150-300 parts and was released in 2013 or later. Here is the full list of 100+ sets you can choose from.
- The winner will be determined by a judging panel.
I am pleased to announce we have three expert AFOLs who have agreed to volunteer their time to judge the competition entries.
- Nathanaël Kuipers - Well known in the AFOL community, Nathanaël was a LEGO designer responsible for the design of several Technic sets from 2005 to 2008. He is also the author of The LEGO Build It Book. Not just a Technic whiz, Nathanaël has also created dozens of amazing Creator alternate models which you can find on his website.
- Jason Allemann - Jason seems to be the master of making viral MOCs. His creations range from amazing mechanical beasts and creative puzzles to humorous holiday scenes and videos.
- Attila (plastic.ati) - Ati is a master of alternate builds, with a seemingly endless number of creations, he has been a big contributor to Rebrickable.
- All parts in your MOC must come from a single set.
- You may pick any set you like as long as it has 150-300 parts and was released in 2013 or later.
- You must submit your MOC before the end of April 2014.
- Judging will take place in the first week of May and the winner announced in the forum.
- The judges will take into account many factors when scoring each entry, for example: originality of design, proportion of parts used, build quality/construction, playability, quality of instructions, etc. The scores from each judge will be added together and the entry with the highest total is the winner.
- Only a single entry per user will be considered for voting (you may submit multiple, but choose one as the final one).
- The MOC must be a new creation you have designed yourself.
- As these are alternate builds, please ensure your entry gives a 100% match before submitting. Entries that do not match may not be approved. See this help guide for details.
- Digital models are allowed, provided the parts are correct during submission (I would suggest leaving out any minifigs if submitting a digital model). Note however, that digital-only submissions may lose points in any sturdiness/construction analysis as it has never been built to verify it works.
- If you spot a mistake in the inventory for that set on Rebrickable, please let us know immediately via the Submit Change page.
- Submissions can be talked about on the forum during the month and it is encouraged to show off your creation.
- As with all MOCs on Rebrickable, your submission must have building instructions and a parts list. There are many acceptable forms of instructions, check out this guide to help you.
If necessary, please review the guide for submitting a MOC.
The winner will receive a gift certificate from their choice of either Amazon, eBay or shop.lego.com for the equivalent of US$100 in their currency of choice.
Update: The winner is MOC-1466 Shadow Wing!