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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: January 4th, 2021, 1:02 am
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Had a cursed idea for the current challenge that I feel won't quite qualify under the rules as it requires an absurdly liberal definition of a "ship" but it did give me an idea for a really out there SB challenge:

The Sea Fort challenge. Draw an offshore structure designed to defend your nation's homeland against an external threat. The Time span for this would be any era which I feel would allow for a wide breadth of entries. Anything from the Solent Forts to Fort Drum to the Texas Towers would qualify.

I think the most important part about the challenges is how they draw people outside their comfort zone to draw something they normally wouldn't. Sea forts are something I've seen very few artists here attempt to draw so this would take that element of the challenge and dial it up a bit.


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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: January 7th, 2021, 10:51 pm
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Modern
inshore rescue craft
slip launched or moored offshore rescue craft
EEZ patrol vessel (coastguard or naval)
Survey Vessel
one stop replenishment auxilary

Interwar/WW2
Sloop
Colonial Patrol vessel


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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: January 12th, 2021, 10:54 pm
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Soldierbucket 1945-present day light tank challenge.

SB scale coast-defense ship challenge.


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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: January 16th, 2021, 8:14 pm
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industrial exoskeleton (any scale)
ghetto power armor made by gangster criminals (any scale)

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Kiwi Imperialist
Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 1st, 2021, 6:51 pm
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SB Scale
  • Cold War Missile Cruiser
  • Second World War Landing Ship
  • Napoleonic Ship of the Line
  • Treaty-Canceled Battleship
  • Second World War Submarine
  • Victorian Ocean Liner
  • Post-War Anti-Submarine Conversion (e.g. Type 16)
  • Science Fiction Spaceship
  • Kaiju / Giant Monster

FD Scale
  • Articulated Steam Locomotive
  • 1950s Diesel Locomotive
  • Wartime Austerity Locomotive
  • Modern Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
  • Cold War Tactical Airlifter
  • Second World War Flying Boat
  • Surface-to-Air Missile Launcher
  • Ground-Based Tactical Nuclear Weapon System
  • Armoured Fighting Vehicle Family

Soldierbucket Scale
  • First World War Tank
  • Traditional Dress
  • Artillery Piece

Gunbucket Scale
  • Concealed-Carry Pistol
  • Man-Portable Anti-Tank Weapon
  • First World War Rifle


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Charguizard
Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 1st, 2021, 10:04 pm
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After reviewing the thread, I'd like to show my support to the following FD challenges that show promise and support from the community.

5th Generation fighter - there's a lot to have here specially projecting into the future, we will probably see three or four more decades of 5++ gen fighters operational.

Emergency Fighter - I expect this to encompass anything from the 1918 Fighter Competition at Adlershof to the Völksjager program.

SPAAG/SAM - Has been worded in many mutually-exclusive ways but an air defence system challenge might be awesome in FD, perhaps including as many vehicles within the system as desired.

Interwar/Late '30s/Early WW2 Bomber - B-17 challenge? Enter service about the time of the Spanish Civil war but becomes important later on?

Parasite Fighter - Any era for maximum potential, Zeppelin and 747 mothership fighters here we go.

Carrier Bomber - Has been worded as torpedo bomber and otherwise.

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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 2nd, 2021, 10:57 am
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Moved this thread here

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Garlicdesign
Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 2nd, 2021, 1:28 pm
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Hi all

How about a modern fleet auxiliary (AO, AE, AS, AG, etc?)

I also love the idea of a science fiction spaceship challenge. 3-view in SB-scale, of course.

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arcticman123
Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 3rd, 2021, 7:00 am
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-Coast Guard long range patrol ship
-Heavy bomber from 1970 onwards
-Trainer aircraft
-Post-Cold War corvette
-Battleship from 1960 onwards.


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Post subject: Re: Future challenge ideas/suggestionsPosted: February 3rd, 2021, 9:57 am
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I would like to remind everyone of erik_t's design of an nonconventional hull challenge for the next shipbucket challenge ;)
Also, my common hull design challenge, where I think some interest was shown back then ;)

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