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Ma'al Drakar 7 day Challenge Official Entries (no chatter)

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After declaration of completion in your WIP thread, you have 2 hours to submit your official entry photos in this thread (this is to allow time for setting up of photo taking area). Up to 5 pictures per entry may be submitted.

 

This thread will be open for submission of completed entries until midnight CST on August 1st 2018.

 

Questions? Ask them here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/75387-maal-drakar-7-day-goblin-contest-launch-date

 

For the index of WIP and Show-off threads, go here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/75793-maal-drakar-7-day-challenge-index-of-threads/

 

 

Best of luck!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Reminder that this thread is for entries only.

 

Commentary may be offered on the participants' WIP and Show off threads, the list of which is found here: 

 

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28 minutes ago, ladystorm said:

electronic gift certificates processed.

if you don't see it in your inbox, check your spam, then if not found, contact me

 

Got it! Thank you, ladystorm and Reaper!

The gift certificate is a really generous bonus to the usual prize for doing a 7 day challenge - continued insanity! ::P:

 

Congratulations to @OneBoot and @Fire_Eyes and also all of you other crazies that entered! I think everyone did a fantastic job and everyone who made the attempt did something that obviously not a lot of people were willing or able to put the time and effort into! And look at all of the awesome painted dragons as a result! ^_^

 

I suppose I should also thank @buglips*the*goblin for putting this together, but since he nearly killed me 4 times with these challenges... <_<::P:

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