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LEGO The Incredibles Family Moment contest

As we discussed previously, LEGO is now running all contest for teen and adult LEGO fans via the LEGO Ideas platform. There are still a few more days left to enter the LEGO Ideas Voltron contest (you can read about the contest here: LEGO Ideas Voltron Building Contest!), and a couple of days ago, the LEGO Ideas team announced a new contest challenging LEGO fans to capture an amazing family moment in the life of The Incredibles. Below are the details on the contest. 🙂

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – OVERVIEW: What’s it like to be part of a super family? It’s probably very rewarding and satisfying to use that super strength, elasticity, invisibility or super speed to help those in need around you! Whatever it might be, the LEGO Juniors team wants you to build and show off your idea of a day in the life of Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles!

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – HOW TO ENTER: 1.) Build your amazing family moment using LEGO elements or a digital building tool like LEGO Digital Designer. You’re welcome to use image editing tools, such as Photoshop, to enhance your photos/presentation. 2.) Take up to five photos of your creation and submit them to the contest. Make sure to show off all angles and any features or functions of your creation. 3.) Add a title and short description. 4.) Upload your entry to the contest using the blue Submit Your Entry button on this page.

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – RULES: Your entry must depict a scene showing a day in the life of The Incredibles. LEGO Disney Incredibles 2 minifigures are not required for this contest. You may use other non-IP minifigures to depict The Incredibles family members. If you wish to use stickers, only non-IP LEGO-made stickers are allowed in your entry. Entries should not include licensed or copyrighted elements, stickers/printed elements and minifigures, unless from the LEGO Disney Incredibles 2 sets. This means all entries containing third party IPs, including licensed characters from Marvel and DC Super Heroes, Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. will not be eligible for the contest. This also includes LEGO IPs such as LEGO Friends, LEGO NEXO Knights, LEGO Elves, etc. Please only use LEGO minifigures from the LEGO Collectable Minifigures series, LEGO City, or LEGO Creator. Entries may only contain references to The Incredibles intellectual property. Entries consisting of or containing copies of any other existing third-party work or creation, or infringements of any third party intellectual property right will not be eligible for the contest. Projects may only contain genuine (not cut, glued, drawn on, or modified) LEGO bricks. You must be the original creator of all creative work you submit (the model, images, photographs, description text, etc.) and you must have the exclusive right to submit your model to this LEGO Ideas contest. You may not submit a model made by, or on behalf of, someone else. Entries must be new creations and not previously posted online or submitted to any other contest. You may submit digital entries using LEGO Digital Designer, which is available for download via this link free of charge. Any entries made in LEGO Digital Designer should not show the baseplate from build mode. You may also create digital entries using third-party CAD software. You may use photo editing software, such as Photoshop, to enhance your entry’s presentation. Entries must be new creations and not previously posted online or submitted to any other contest. You must be at least 13 years old to participate and enter. Please note that there are other rules and restrictions, so make sure you read through the contest page carefully.

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – DEADLINE: You must submit your entry by October 10th, 2018 at 6:00 a.m. EST. You can use an online time-zone converter to make sure you don’t miss the deadline.

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – JUDGES: A panel of judges including members of the LEGO Juniors team and Disney representatives will choose a Grand Prize winner and two Runner Up winners based on: overall coolness and originality – 25%, most inspired details – 25%, relevance to contest theme, 25%, and best use of LEGO elements – 25%.

LEGO THE INCREDIBLES CONTEST – PRIZES: One grand prize winner will receive the following: movie posters signed by the filmmakers, LEGO Juniors Incredibles 2 sets (#10759, #10760, #10761), a $500 USD shopping spree at the Online LEGO Shop, Personal artwork created by Disney artists in a LEGO frame, and a unique LEGO mosaic. Two runner up winners will receive the following: movie posters signed by the filmmakers, LEGO Juniors Incredibles 2 sets (#10759, #10760, #10761), and a $200 USD shopping spree at the Online LEGO Shop.

LEGO CONTEST – WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT: Potential winners will be contacted via the entrant’s email address after November 2nd, 2018. Winners will be announced on LEGO Ideas on November 13th, 2018. Please note that all winners have to return the signed Winner’s Certification Documents. A winner who does not return their Winner’s Certification Document within one week (5 days) of receiving it will be disqualified, and a new winner will be selected.

This is another very interesting contest worth checking out. Especially if you are a fan of The Incredibles. If you need some inspiration, you can browse through the entries already submitted at the contest entry page, or take a look at the LEGO Disney Incredibles sets at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like this LEGO building challenge? Are you planning to enter? What are you planning to build? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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  • FrenchToast September 20, 2018, 11:01 AM

    That’s a good challenge! My son has one of the sets so we might give this a try. I don’t know if it will be good enough to enter the contest, but it’s still fun.

    • admin September 20, 2018, 9:55 PM

      Just do the best you can, and if you feel inspired, enter the contest. If not, enjoy the fun! 😀

  • brickmaster September 20, 2018, 11:26 AM

    I think they are focusing too much on themes or existing sets in some of these contests. I would like a generic castle contest, or spaceship contest, or something like that.

    • admin September 20, 2018, 9:59 PM

      Hm… I did notice myself that there are much less contests by LEGO forums and fan sites these days than in the past. It could very well be because LEGO ReBrick/Ideas have been running so many contest. Also, there has been significant changes in regulations in who can run contests and how. I wouldn’t be surprised if LEGO fan communities found it too daunting of a task to comply with the milliards of rules from governments around the world.

      • admin September 20, 2018, 10:02 PM

        I agree with you though, that contests contests run by AFOLs were often very creative.

  • BrickBox September 20, 2018, 11:44 AM

    I checked the contest page and there are some great entries already. If any of you guys plan to enter, I recommend you check out the competition. 😀

    • admin September 20, 2018, 10:03 PM

      Snooping out the competition is always a good idea! 😀

  • Tony September 20, 2018, 3:14 PM

    I liked the rebrick site better than the revamped ideas site. And I don’t think it’s a good idea to run contests on the same site as the ideas projects. They are different endeavors and the contest can take away people’s attention from browsing through the projects and voting. Just look at their front page. The top posts are about contests and something about the lego house.

    • admin September 20, 2018, 10:05 PM

      Tony, that’s a good point. The transition just happened recently, so I’m sure they will keep an eye on how it effects both contests and LEGO Ideas projects. It will be interesting to see what other adjustments they make.

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