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Lilliput Award for 2004 Kits

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Guy, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Guy A Fixture

    I recieved an email from our good friends of Lilliput in regards to their 6th annual Lilliput award for figure kits that were released in 2004. Below is the e-mail.

    Hello Guy
    You can put this message in the forum:
    One more year, here we are to present the sixth edition of the Lilliput
    Award for the new kits released within 2004.
    As you know, the goal of this contest is that miniaturist around the world
    can reward the modelling work, which many times is not very valued. With
    we all try to express our criteria on some preselected high quality

    In first place, we already selected a few miniatures. However this number
    can be extended with your candidates. For that, you may send an email to
    premiolilliput@lilliputmodel.com or use the New Candidates Form
    proposing new
    miniatures, making clear the kit, modeller, scale and company.
    This form will have to be sent by February the 21st and, if we get some
    coincidences among several candidates, the kit will be included in the
    After that day, we will open a voting time for the selected figures, so we
    can make a pre selection of the most voted kits, and they will go to the
    This poll will be held between the 22 of February and the 14 of March.
    The aim of this 'pre-selection' is to narrow the poll as much as possible
    for the last stage, which will take place from the 15 of March until the 4
    of April.

    Then, one more year, we look forward your co-operation.
    To see the first proposed kits Candidates Proposed


  2. Jim Patrick Active Member

    Well shoot. Everyone already beat me to my favorite figures this year. I noticed most of them are 54mm or 75mm. I can think of a few that are 90mm but not too many 120mm or larger. What about the rest of you? Also Guy, I'm not sure of the rules, but does it have to be a single figure?

    Jim Patrick
  3. yeo_64 Well-Known Member

    Hey Jim,how about Quang's "Yellow Moon" figure ? It's 120mm,resin and extremely well sculpted and painted ! I do think it deserves an award,don't you ? Cheers !
  4. Guayo New Member

    Hi Kenneth, you are right about Le-VanQuang, I would send a email to the lilliput friends to see if anyone else has propose his figure.

    Jim, I don't why but they always had been single figure, to see other winners chck lilliput site on "Premios Lilliput" they have it since 1999

  5. yeo_64 Well-Known Member

    Thanks,Eduardo;I think Quang will appreciate that ! Cheers.
  6. Bluesking Active Member

    I proposed "Yellow Moon" at the Lilliput site but my suggestion hasn't appeared as yet.
  7. Brent Fordham New Member

    Interesting page of candidates so far. The Teutonic Grand Master is really something. That figure caught my eye the first time I saw it in an ad. The pose is very nice, and the figure just seems to ooze with presence.

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