Weekly Competition #130 - Cubes, Squares, Oblongs - Discussion


Haworth

Link Posted 28/12/2009 - 21:55
Usual place for discussion.

Forgive me if the judging is late, I do a 12+ hour day on a Monday, so can't be up late on the Sunday night. I will try to get the results up first thing Monday morning. Otherwise, unfortunately I may not get a chance before evening, possibly late evening.

Apologies in advance.
H.
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Hyram

Link Posted 03/01/2010 - 19:05
Lots of interesting interpretations this week.

It will be interesting to see what Haworth is really looking for

Fortunately Womble has already submitted his entry, so Haworth might get away without any last minute entries
Hyram

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davidtrout

Link Posted 03/01/2010 - 20:46
Hyram wrote:
Fortunately Womble has already submitted his entry, so Haworth might get away without any last minute entries [/quote]
But he hasn't entered the Fortnightly competition yet so maybe he's waiting for the bell in that one.
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Daniel Bridge

Link Posted 03/01/2010 - 23:51
Is it just me, or does Reab's photo seem to move as you look around it?

Dan
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womble

Link Posted 04/01/2010 - 00:51
Sorry to disappoint you both but I have now entered both competitions with plenty of time to spare
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