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September 28, 2020 2 min read

It is time again, #Ourmada fans, for the announcement of next month's painting competition, and we have a spooky one to fit in with Halloween!

The Bonesylvanians are up for October. These 18 figures, yes you have to choose from 18 figures, are chibi versions of classic Horror Film Creatures and Cthulhu. Pick your figure and paint them up how you choose. 

How to participate

Getting in on this competition is super easy. Just stop by the store, pick out your Bonesylvanian figure, and pay $2 to sign up. Then you paint up your figure however you wish and bring the finished figure back to the store by October 24th. Judging will take place from October 25th to 31st. Figures can be picked up from the store after the 1st of November. 

Who is judging?

Michael & Aaron will be the final arbiters!


1) Can I purchase multiple figures for testing?
Absolutely you can. However, you can only submit one figure for the Competition. 

2) Is modification of the figures allowed? 
Absolutely. These are your figures, go wild if you wish, but don't get so elaborate that you cannot finish the figure in time. 

3) Are there prizes?
Yes there are. 100% of the entry fee and a portion of the model price will be split up among the finalists, as decided by Michael and Aaron. Generally we split the pool evenly among the top 3rd of the entries. 

4) I want to show off my figure early, where can I post pictures
Join us over on our Discord Channel and post pictures in the Monthly Painting Competition.

5) Can I modify the figure or add elements to it? 
Let's take a page from Bob Ross, "It's your model, you're the creator." Base it, modify it, customize it however you wish. You do not have to customize the model and not modifying it will not disqualify your figure from top standings. 

6) Will there be more of these?
That is the plan. We may skip months occasionally, but plan to have painting competitions frequently.

7) I am not good at painting, should I participate? 
Painting is a hobby and an acquired skill. The more you paint, the better you will become. If you would like constructive feedback on your figure, please just ask. We would be happy to assist you!