Result for summer Joust 2016 contest run on Flicker were published. There were over 130 entries and some of them we even blogged here. My fellow LUGers got some honorable mention, and Toltomeja even won Conquering Hero award. Congratulations to all participants, all those MOCs were great.
And the results are:
Natural Beauty Category
WookieWarrior: Temple of Oxomoco
Faction Action Category
Aido K: The Treasure Troll’s Lair
The Historian Category
Aido K: England 1216-The First Baron’s War
Castle Interior(s) Category
Brickvader: Secret Door
Marcel V.: Nocturnian Floating Castle
Guild Creation Category
Kiyonobu Military Center
The Village of Manigb
The Black Dragon
For runner ups, and some extra awards go to the original results post. I wonder which ones were your favorites?
Another entry for Summer Joust Contest 2016. This time BHs, Johan and Goldsun of Zbudujmy.to created their contest entries, losely based on a Tolkien poem.
Far over the Misty Mountains cold (Johan)
To dungeons deep and caverns old (BHs)
We must away ere break of day,
To claim our long-forgotten gold.(Goldsun)
“The Misty Mountains”, autor: J.R.R.Tolkien
Using Tolkien here is a little bit strech as there were no airborn dragon hunters, nor the mechs, and Dwemerium is part of Elder Scrolls saga, but if you take this away, those works are quite nice. Take a look at the pictures:
Dragon Hunt by Johan
Dwemerium by BHs.
Steam Princess and the Seven Dwarves by Goldsun
If you click on the photos you should be taken to the appropriate flickr albums. And i keep my fingers crossed for this Team too.
Just a few days ago submission deadline for Summer Joust 2016 Contest has passed. One of the entries from Zbudujmy.to was Faun Valley project built by Dzidek, Filozof and Toltomeja
The Fauns are a small community leading its peaceful life close to the nature. They are known for their love for apples. As a community they love the red apples the most. But the green ones are also desired as they are used for making the greatest cider in all the lands known.
The green apples are transported to places like this where they are manufactured by Fauns into cider. Fauns love their work, milling and pressing the apples, although it is not easy. The drink is then distributed among the folk of Faun Valley.
Every year the Fauns gather at the Shrine to thank Nature for the treasures it has given them. Among them, the sweet red apples that the Valley is famous for.
I keep my fingers crossed for the guys, and i wish them luck, as competition is strong.