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Originally Posted by SlothLove the design behind Impetus, gets my vote.
Originally Posted by bobisgodI think the projects should be complete or near completion when submitted. It makes competition much more even and allows the person who deserves it most to win.
Originally Posted by CombatusOn a side note, we're toying with the idea of having multiple votes both in MOTM and again in MOTY - it seems only fair, especially when MOTY has so many to choose from. At least then you can give other projects the credit they deserve if they're not quite as finished as other nominees.
Originally Posted by WaynioI never knew that until now, I should have read up more, sorry :o.
Multiple votes sounds excellent, all to often I'm very split between mods to vote for ;).
Originally Posted by bobisgodI voted for cage.
Originally Posted by Monkey PuzzleSame here.
I don't think Quintessence should have been entered yet as he hasn't done any of the inevitably awesome woodwork on it.
Originally Posted by bobisgodI voted for cage, although if Voigts had more progress, it probably would have recieved my vote. I think the projects should be complete or near completion when submitted. It makes competition much more even and allows the person who deserves it most to win.
Originally Posted by CombatusChaps, the concept of MOTM has always and will always be projects that are in progress - you're voting on the concept, design and work so far - the one that inspires you the most. We have MOTY for voting on completed projects and feature articles for them too. We try our best to include projects that are in similar stages of completion but it would take us way too long to narrow it down any more than we do at the moment. Besides, far more projects are started than are ever finished. It's just a limitation we'll have to live with.
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