PBT's Rackham Contest Voting

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PBT's Rackham Contest Voting

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:26 pm

Hello everyone, I present you the works of the participants of the Multiforum PBT Rackham Painting Contest, thank your for participating :-)

Simply Post the number corresponding to your favorite entry 1 vote may be cast and voting will last until the 28th of february, please C&C on entries in the original thread ;-).

1. Warrior of the Plains by Splinter.
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2. Cerberus of Acheron by Loup_garouis
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3. Gargoyle of Acheron by Jay351
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4. Earth familiar by Eibon
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5. Cynwall Heliast by Dangereux
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6. Asura the Sarlath Conversion by Standard Bearer
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7. Captain Kelian Durak by Ancientsociety
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cheers PBT
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Re: PBT's Rackham Contest Voting

Post by Paintbrushturkey » Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:56 pm

Overall Votes:

1 = 1
2 = 24
3 = 6
4 = 4
5 = 13
6 = 1
7 = 0


Congrats to Kara (Loup_garouis) for her absolutely stunning entry, wish icould paint like that :-)!
many thanks to all who participated, the next contest starts tomorrow hope to see as great of a turnout there :-D
When dealing with me the following applies:
NIB = new in sealed blister
mint = new never stripped may or may not be in blister
assembled = mint assembled miniature
stripped = previously painted, may have minor paint residues
primed = single layer of primer, no obscurement of details
painted = may have one or multiple layers of paint, may be badly stripped with paint residues, pictures are best here
primed and painted minis are assumed to be assembled

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