Posts Tagged ‘results’

Wounded painting challenge: Results

January 22, 2011

Despite there only being two entries for the Wounded painting challenge (yes, we’ll keep rubbing it in), the scores were actually fairly close.

Find out who will be receiving the Merit Award for Dec/Jan below.

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Red Challenge: Results

December 7, 2010

The votes have been counted…

Each entry was score out of 10 for how well it suited the theme (Red) and out of 10 for style – so a maximum 20 points.

The total is then divided by the number of votes to create an average score per entry.

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Gunslinger the results

May 9, 2010

So, you’ve read the feedback, now it’s time to see the scores.

When we ask you to vote, we actually ask you to score each entry out of a total 20 points; 10 for how well the entry suits the theme – which in April was Gunslinger, and 10 points for style.

Painting challenges are not a ‘best painted mini’ competition, they are a personal challenge for each and everyone who enters. It takes a lot of courage sometimes to post your work to be scored by other people, but here at Sheffield Irregulars we have a ‘no meanness’ policy. This means we don’t encourage people to slag off anothers work. If you’ve taken the time to paint something, you should have pride in your work – and other people should respect that.

Each month we run a painting challenge to encourage you to try something new, to push yourself a little bit more than usual when you’re painting, and the themes make you think a little differently about approach each piece.

In April the theme was Gunslinger, and 5 members took up the challenge and presented their entries, which have been commented on and scored.

The points for each entry are totalled and then divided by the number of voters, creating an average score. The entrant with the highest overall score will receive a Merit Award trophy for their efforts – this is sponsored by Jonathan Shaw of BMF painting.

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After the Battle: The Results

April 12, 2010

The votes have been counted for the March painting challenge: After the battle, and the results are in.

Thank you all for taking the time to vote. We total the scores for theme and style for each entry, then divide by the number of voters to create an average overall score out of 20.

So, in reverse order…

Results for Silent Night

January 16, 2010

The winner of this month’s Merit Award will now be revealed…

The scoring works like this: voters mark each entry (except their own) out of 10 for theme  (Silent Night) and style. These scores are added together and divided by the number of voters to create a total, average score. The highest score wins the Merit Award trophy, sponsored by Jonathan Shaw of BMF painting.

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The Results! (Sept painting challenge)

October 5, 2009

Thanks for being so patient – the winner of this month’s Merit Award will now be revealed…

The scoring works like this, voters mark each entry (except their own) out of 10 for theme and style. These scores are added together and divided by the number of voters to create a total, average score. The highest score wins the Merit Award trophy, sponsored by Jonathan Shaw of BMF painting.

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A winner for weathering

May 3, 2009

The votes have been counted both here and on the Facebook voting event and it was a good turn out for voters this month – thank you all for taking the time to look at the entries and leave your feedback.

Comments were once again really good on the Facebook event, and thin on the ground on this site – but many thanks to those who did make the effort, it really does make a difference to those who take part.

It was a very close race this time around, with not much separating the top 3, so without futher ado:

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