It was by chance I took noticed of M CON II 2012 when I saw the promotional poster two months ago. Only having a vague idea of the event, I made a daring attempt to crush it and put my newly equipped DSLR to its first test.
Held at Sculpture Square, this second M CON was brought back to model hobbyists and by hobbyists themselves after an interval of 4 years. A showcase of models of different genre from tanks, planes, warships, automobiles, busts, dioramas, to sci-fi and anime resins.
A 3-days-event opened to public from judging to prize presentation, participants had brought their artifacts to the event and had to collect back their entries on the last day straight after prize presentation. The entries were evaluated based on workmanship, finishing, presentation, details and creativity. After tabulation, the finalists were be awarded with colored stars (gold for the highest recognition).
My pics were not taken entirely on the winning entries but those that appealed to me most. I believed in the constant endeavor to modeling of hobbyists and showing the world that even as a small nation, we do have a handful of passionate modelers with the hobby still clicking after decades and continue to grow.