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Bionicles IN ice!

UngluedBike

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So after seeing a topic about Bionicle on Ice, I thought a little contest was in order. The challenge: create a Bionicle ice sculpture, like this one:

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There will only be one winner, and when judging I will take four things into account:

 

- Set choice(s)

 

- Figure pose

 

- Quality (picture resolution and ice clarity)

 

- The name of your entry (references are popular with me)

 

There is a prize for the winner: an MISB 8608 Vhisola. Postage will be covered by me (within reason).

Entry period is from now until February 1st. Comment on this blog entry with a link to a photo/photo gallery of your sculpture.

 

Good luck!

 

NOTE: The minimum number of entries required for the contest to go ahead is 15.

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Honestly, I was expecting to see Bonkles frozen in ice. :v

But that's what it is

still a bad idea though

i like my stuff too much to freeze any of it.

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Honestly, I was expecting to see Bonkles frozen in ice. :v

But that's what it is

still a bad idea though

i like my stuff too much to freeze any of it.

 

Okay, that wasn't there when I saw the entry. :P

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Hmm this is an interesting and cool idea. I haven't had any of my bionicles got frozen, I can probably try this and see if it will turn out good. 

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I might actually do this. 

My only concern is that them being frozen might cause the joints to become brittle. Is this so?

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I've done this before, never had any issues, just make sure you warm it back up slowly.

 

And if you have a duplicate set, it would be wise to use it!

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I want to enter but I dont think ill have the time to pull this off especially with the number of exams I have this week and next. I have a pretty cool idea though, so hopefully I manage to make something given the time! :)

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Ooh! I used to do this to my Bohrok Va all the time! I never really tried it on larger figures, but perhaps I'll give this a shot!

 

(If it hasn't been asked yet, can we use MOCs? Or does it have to be an actual set?)

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