Get Involved: Spring Cleaning Hobby Challenge!

April 20, 2019 by brennon

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So, we've decided to kick off a new challenge for you since it's Springtime, a period of the year all about renewal and regrowth. We're asking you to crack out your old, broken, badly painted (yet still awesome) projects and give them a new lease of life.

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Get Involved Here

All you have to do is delve into the Project Section and get building yourself a new entry which shows us your progress as you turn something old into something new.

How To Get Involved

Here's a rundown of what you need to do to be involved...

  • Create a Project
  • Click on the Drop Down Menu for Related Contest and choose Spring Cleaning Hobby Challenge
  • Start by showing us what you began with, an old model, piece of terrain, army or something more esoteric like a diorama!
  • Fill in your entries throughout the period of the contest showing us how you turned something old into something new

We can't wait to see what kind of projects you bring together for this one.

Prizes & More

Of course, it wouldn't be a challenge without some prizes thrown into the mix.

  • The challenge will run from 19th April through to 19th May so you've got about a month to develop your projects

Prizes will be given out to...

  • Best Skill - The most skilled work, be it painting or overall finish.
  • Best Tutorial - The person who shows us, in detail, the steps from start to finish
  • Best Idea - You don't have to have finished your work to be able to produce something which showed great skill in the planning!
  • Best Junior Member - Someone under the age of 16 will also win themselves

All entries will be judged based on the number of votes received in each of those categories and our own personal choices from here at the studio.

The prizes will be...

4x £50 Vouchers For The OnTableTop Pro Store

So make sure you delve into this and get stuck in. We as part of the OnTableTop crew are most certainly going to be getting involved ourselves and showing off work we've been doing on our own armies.

Get involved!

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