LEGO’s ReBrick website just launched a Modular Building Contest to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Modular line of sets.
The premise is simple, all you have to do is to pick an existing modular that you like (ie. Town Hall or Parisian Restaurant or any of the other eight) and expand on it.
You could add a room or create another loft to the building in the form of a vignette no larger than 16 x 16 studs at the base.
And the Grand Prize winner will receive:
That is a total of SIX modular building (including the brand new Assembly Square) sets which is a pretty good prize to build for. Not too shabby for one vignette’s worth of work.
So it is time to rock out with your bricks out (or with your LDDs) and start building! Submissions must be in by November 29 2016 to qualify.
Here are the contest rules:
– Your model can vary in size, but should be no larger than 16 x 16 studs at the base
– You can submit as many different entries as you would like
– Your entry must not contain copies of any existing third party work or creation, or infringements of any third party intellectual property right. This includes the use of – LEGO Minifigures from brands including LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Lord of the Rings, LEGO Harry Potter etc. Parts from these properties can be used, but characters cannot be part of your model
– Entries with violent military themes will not be eligible for the contest
– Entries containing defamatory or degrading elements will not be eligible for the contest
– Entries can be previously built, but to ensure fair play entries cannot be submitted previously in any contest of any kind competing for a prize
– Each entry must have been made by the user submitting it
– Entrants must be at least 13 years of age at the time of entry
– Please keep your comments on other entries civil. Rude or harassing criticism will be removed, and repeated posting of such remarks could result in your account being closed and your entry being removed
– Use of photo editing software or adding effects to your entry is allowed
– Entries must not contain LEGO elements which have been modified from their original form, including painted or cut elements
– 3D printed parts are not allowed
– Entries which are too dark or blurry will be removed from the contest. To ensure easy judging of your entry, we recommend taking pictures on a neutral background free from background clutter, with your model well framed
– Entries created in LEGO Digital Designer (LDD) are allowed in this contest
– The contest is not open to residents of Iran, North Korea, Myanmar/Burma, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Syria, any other U.S. sanctioned country and where prohibited or restricted by law.
– The Winner will be contacted on the email address associated with their LEGO ID account after December 6th 2017 and announced on LEGO Rebrick when the winner has returned the signed Winner’s Certification Documents. A winner who do not return their Winner’s Certification Document within one week of receiving it will be disqualified, and a new winner will be selected.