Saturday, March 07, 2009

Red Dragon Painting Competition at GitD

Well, we decided to run a painting competition at GitD this year, we had a few entries and it was a success in my opinion. The store Staff at Empire Games did the judging over the two days of the event. This was done since one of the organizers (Me) had some entries in the event. We also did not tell the store staff which entries belonged to which people who entered, this made it a fair playing field. So here are the entries and the categories from this year,

Categories Category 1 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS SINGLE MINIATURE (25mm)This is open to any single miniature from The Lord of The Rings range of models. All models must be presented on their standard 25mm gaming base.

Roberts Brightwell - Aragorn

Jerry Auteri - Faramier

Howard Beam - Celeborn

Not sure who's entry this was - Dain Ironfoot

Brent Sinclair - Ghan-buri-ghan


Tim Kulinski - Gandalf the Grey




Category 2 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS LARGE MINIATURE (40mm or larger)This is open to any single miniature from The Lord of The Rings range of models. All models must be presented on their standard 40mm or larger gaming base.

Tim Kulinski - The Dark Lord Sauron

Howard Beam - Arwen Evenstar

Jerry Auteri - Boromir
Brent Sinclair - Gamling
Tim Kulinski - Mordor Troll
Robert Brightwell - Gulavhar the Terror of Arnor
John Long - Ent
Jeremy Williams - Dragon
Category 3 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS BATTLE SCENE (Diorama)This is open to any single/multiple miniatures from The Lord of The Rings range of models. All models must be presented on a diorama base.
Tim Kulinski - Wizards Duel
Well here are the winners:
CategoriesCategory 1 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS SINGLE MINIATURE (25mm)
Tim Kulinski - Gandalf the Grey

Category 2 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS LARGE MINIATURE (40mm or larger)
Howard Beam - Arwen Evenstar
Category 3 - THE LORD OF THE RINGS BATTLE SCENE (Diorama)
Tim Kulinski - Wizards Duel



Well thanks to all that entered the First Red Dragon Painting Competition, I am sure there will many more in years to come.
TK

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