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Golden Demon Classic 2019
« on: May 12, 2019, 10:08:12 pm »
Ok then ladies and gents, how did everyone do?

 I inadvertently entered an almost impossible category (40k squad) and felt lucky to come away with a pin!

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Re: Golden Demon Classic 2019
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2019, 10:22:38 am »
I entered both singles, 40k squad and open, got finalist in all 4. Was a little dissapointed not to get a commended, as 2 of the entries got red, green and blue dots but after seeing lots of others not get them either I didn't feel as bad. The standard was awesome and looking back I feel that the judges may have been a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of world class entries. More than double the number from last year I believe.


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Re: Golden Demon Classic 2019
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2019, 05:35:52 pm »
Well it was a great event this year, very strong entries and lots of entries, met lots of people and had a really good weekend.

Out of the 4 entries, i got 2 finalists, with the small scale Knights being down to the last five on the judging table, but sadly missed out, the three winners were very good and i think the base on the bronze was what pipped it and some details\ contrast just that bit better, but great to be so close.

I thought I may get commended with the red sticker on both the AoS single and Small scale, But with the small scale getting down to last 5 (i saw them judging the category through the cabinets randomly as i went to see how i had got on). So a bit of a shame.

Have to pick some models to get starting on 2020.

AoS Single by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Knights by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Primus by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Goliath 1 by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Goliath 2 by Richard Rose, on Flickr