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TigerCon 2018

TigerCon in Columbia, Missouri, USA

2018 Contest Results

This year's theme: "1918: The Great War"
(Theme participation optional.)

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
At the Hickman High School Event Center in Columbia, MO, USA
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 Junior Modelers  
 101  Juniors Age 16 and Under, All Scales
Any model in any scale built by someone who is 16 years of age or younger.
If there are enough entrants, this will be split into '101-A' and '101-B'.
 Sponsor: Red Weir Trophies 

 1st: Paul Curtis - JS-3 Tank
 2nd: Annie Potts - SD Gundam
 3rd: Olivia Meyer - '80 Camero
 Aircraft  
 201  Aircraft, Smaller than 1/72
All aircraft of any type in a scale smaller than 1/72nd.
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: Jarrod Booth - E767 Tanker
 2nd: James Planchock - F-15E
 3rd: No recipient  
 202  Prop Aircraft, 1/72 Scale
All 1/72nd scale aircraft driven by one or more propellers.
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: Chris Rhiner - Sopwith Camel
 2nd: Jarrod Booth - P-51D Mk.4A
 3rd: James Planchock - E2-C Hawkeye
 203  Jet Aircraft, 1/72 Scale
All 1/72nd scale aircraft driven by one or more jet engines.
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: James Planchock - F-14 Tomcat CAT
 2nd: Steve Rosario - X-1
 3rd: Don Joy - F2H-3 Banshee
 204  Prop Aircraft, 1/48 Scale
All 1/48th scale aircraft driven by one or more propellers.
 Sponsor: Jack Andrewson
 1st: Kent Barnes - Fairey Firefly Mk.1
 2nd: Jerrod Booth - Hawker Hurricane Mk.1
 3rd: Steve Rosario - Spitfire Mk.5-B
 205  Jet Aircraft, 1/48 Scale
All 1/48th scale aircraft driven by one or more jet engines.
 Sponsor: Jack Andrewson
 1st: Colin Smialek - S-3A Viking
 2nd: Frank Helsburg - Super Entendarel
 3rd: No recipient
 206  Aircraft, Larger than 1/48 Scale
All aircraft of any type in a scale larger than 1/48th.
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: Jarrod Booth - He-111 P-1
 2nd: Jim Triola - Hawker Tempest Mk.V
 3rd: Tom Bogacki - A4E Skyhawk
 207  Miscellaneous Aircraft, All Scales
Includes helicopters, rockets, gliders, and sailplanes. This is for aircraft-oriented kits which do not fit in another aircraft category.
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: Jarrod Booth - CU-22B Ospray
 2nd: John Casey - UH-1D Huey
 3rd: David Hedrick - Horsa Assault Glider
 208  Out of the Box: Aircraft, All Scales
The model was built using only the parts and decals that came in the original box. You can paint it and weather it, but you can't scratch-build additional parts, kit-bash, nor use after-market detail sets. Rigging, when not provided in the kit, may be added if it is called out in the instructions. ** The kit's instructions will be required. **
 Sponsor: Larry Schmidt
 1st: Kent Barnes - Fokker Dr.1
 2nd: No recipient
 3rd: No recipient
 Military  
 301  Armor Smaller than 1/35 Scale
All armored fighting vehicles from any era in a scale smaller than 1/35th.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Chris Searing - Type 10 Japanese Tank
 2nd: Jerry Dean - Elephant Tank Destroyer
 3rd: Jarrod Booth - Panzer 38 Ton Egg Tank
 302  Allied Armor 1945 and Earlier, 1/35 Scale
British, Russian, American, French, Chinese, and other Allied Nation's armored fighting vehicles.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Chris Searing - British Mark V Tank
 2nd: Chris Mrosko - British M3 Stuart
 3rd: Brett Avants - British Whippet
 303  Axis Armor 1945 and Earlier, 1/35 Scale
German, Japanese, Italian, Finnish, Hungarian, and other Axis Nation's armored fighting vehicles.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Curt Cayemburg - German Stug.III
 2nd: 36 - German Panzer III
 3rd: Don Barry - E-100 Flak Panzer
 304  Armor 1946 to Present, 1/35 Scale
All amored fighting vehicles from 1946 to present in 1/35th scale.
 Sponsor: Tim & Cindy O'Connor
 1st: Scott Johnson - Tiran 6
 2nd: Chris Searing - Japanese Type 60 Tank Destroyer
 3rd: Brett Avants - T-55 Syrian Tank
 305  Jeeps, Halftracks, Soft Skins, All Scales
Inludes military staff cars and other (typically wheeled) soft-skin vehicles.
 Sponsor: Jeff Pinson
 1st: Curt Cayemberg - Kubelwagon
 2nd: Wayne Maeller - Dodge 3/4-ton Truck
 3rd: Scott Johnson - SdKfz-232 8.Rad
 306  Artillery, All Scales
Any artillery piece from any era in any scale.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Terry Barrow - M40 Howitzer
 2nd: Tom Bogacki - WWI 75mm Field Artillery
 3rd: Ed Burgess - 76mm Gun
 307  Miscellaneous Military, All Scales
Examples include: German Goliath, M561 Gama Goat, Military Fork Lift, Marine Bulldozer (Pacific Theatre), non-armored bridge layer truck, Egyptian SA-2 Missile Transporter, Panzerschreck model replica. This is for military which do not fit in another category. 
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Steve Arms - German Jagdpanzer E100
 2nd: Jeff Holle - Z15-151 Carrying C TMP Bridge Setian
 3rd: No recipient
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 Out of the Box: Military, All Scales
The model was built using only the parts and decals that came in the original box. You can paint it and weather it, but you can't scratch-build additional parts, kit-bash, nor use after-market detail sets. Rigging, when not provided in the kit, may be added if it is called out in the instructions. ** The kit's instructions will be required. **

 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Richard Sliwka - USS Erie PG-50
 2nd: Tom Bogacki - German Field Howitzer SF-18
 3rd: Jerry Dean - M4A3E8 Sherman Tank
 Automotive 
 401  Domestic Automotive, Smaller than 1/20 Scale
You could buy it from the dealership showroom floor. Includes trucks.
 Sponsor: Tim & Cindy O'Connor
 1st: Wez Salazar - 1972 Cutlass
 2nd: Daren Blakemore - Jeep Hurcho
 3rd: Mike Levens - Super Bee
 402  Foreign Automotive, Smaller than 1/20 Scale
You could buy it from the foreign dealership showroom floor. Includes trucks.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: No recipient
 2nd: No recipient
 3rd: No recipient
 403  Racing Automotive, Smaller than 1/20 Scale
Profesional racing cars, dragsters, or any other vehicle built or modified for professional racing.

 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: John Ruiz - Ray Barton Dragster
 
2nd: James Planchock - Chevy Baretta Pro Street
 
3rd: Darren Blakemore - Chevy II Gasser Configuration

 404  Custom Automotive, Smaller than 1/20 Scale
You cannot buy this from the showroom floor, and it is not a professional racing car.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Wes Salazar - '68 El Camino
 2nd: Tim O'Connor - '48 Ford Custom Coupe
 3rd: Mike Levens - 1967 Dodge Coronet
 405  Automotive, 1/20 Scale and Larger
Large scale vehicles and (typically) Formula One cars.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Mike Levens - Don Garuts Dragster
 2nd: Doug Charleston - '69 Camaro
 3rd: No recipient
 406  Commercial Trucks, Rescue, Service Vehicles, All Scales
Examples include: Fire trucks, Ambulances, 18-Wheelers, Tow Trucks and Street Sweepers. You're little Dodge Ram goes in "Domestic Automotive" and that Toyota 4x4 goes in "Foreign Automotive"... not here where they'll get run over by the big rigs!
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: John Ruiz - International Lonestar
 2nd: Larry Todd - 1926 Mack Bulldog Logging Truck
 3rd: Jerry Dean - Abandoned Mack DM-600 Tractor
 407  Motorcycles, All Scales
All motorcycles in any scale, from any era. Includes Tricycles and side-car equiped cycles.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Darren Blakemore - USA Chopper
 2nd: Mike Levens - Light Blue Springer
 3rd: Doug Charleston - RM Kustom Gambler
 408  Miscellaneous Automotive, All Scales
It's an automotive kit, but it doesn't fit in any other automotive category. Examples include: the "Visible Car Engine".
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Mike Levens - Revell Drag Boat
 2nd: No recipient
 3rd: No recipient
 409

 Out of the Box: Automotive, All Scales
The model was built using only the parts and decals that came in the original box. You can paint it and weather it, but you can't scratch-build additional parts, kit-bash, nor use after-market detail sets. Rigging, when not provided in the kit, may be added if it is called out in the instructions. ** The kit's instructions will be required. **

 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Wes Salazar - Acura NSX
 2nd: Darren Blakemore - International Scout II
 3rd: No recipient
 Figures  
 501  Figures, 54mm and Smaller ***
Includes statuettes, vignettes, animals, and busts of 54mm and smaller. Sorry, no "mature-content" as we do not have a separate restricted display area. Head Judge has final say in the event of questions.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Charles Williams - German WWI Trench Warfare
 2nd: Rusty Ratliff - Johhny Reb
 3rd: John Casey - WWII U.S.Paratrooper
 502  Figures, 55mm and Larger ***
Includes statuettes, vignettes, animals, and busts of 55mm and larger. Sorry, no "mature-content" as we do not have a separate restricted display area. Head Judge has final say in the event of questions.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Rusty Ratliff - German Fallschirmjager
 2nd: Brett Avants - Last Stand
 3rd: Terry Barrow - German Storm Trooper
 Ships  
 601  Sailing Ships, All Scales
Ships-of-the-line from the Great Age of Sailing, and any other vessal which primarily uses wind and sail to move.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: No recipient
 2nd: No recipient
 3rd: No recipient
 602  Ships 1/350th and Larger
Any ship of 1/350th scale and larger from any era (which are not sailing ships).
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Richard Sliwka - USS Atlanta Light Cruiser
 2nd: Larry Todd - USS Arizona Battleship
 3rd: Chris Rhiner - USCGC Point Welcome Vietnam 82-foot Cutter
 603  Ships Smaller than 1/350th
Any ship smaller than 1/350th scale from any era (which are not sailing ships).
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Richard Sliwka - USCGC Eastwind Ice Breaker
 2nd: Tim O'Connor - BB-39 USS Arizona Dec.7,1941
 3rd: Kent Barnes - USS Barnes CVE-70
 Real Space and Science Fiction  
 701  Real Space and Science Fiction, All Scales
Any real outer space capable vehicle or object, and any science fiction item, in any scale.

 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Brett Avants - Korte
 
2nd: Steve Rosairo - Space Battleship Yamato
 
3rd: Chris Searing - Y-Wing Starfighter

 Dioramas  
 801  Dioramas, All Themes, All Scales
Dioramas must be no larger than 24 inches x 24 inches unless authorized by the Head Judge. The entire diaroma will be judged as a whole. Also, don't forget that dioramas should "tell a story", and this is an additional aspect included in the judging of dioramas.
 Sponsor: Tim & Cindy O'Connor
 1st: Rusty Rafliff - "Got Him"
 2nd: Don Barry - "Break in the Action"
 3rd: Chris Mrosko - "Dream Camel Trail"
 Scratch-Built  
 901  Scratch-Built, All Types, All Scales
You built the whole thing from the ground up with parts and pieces you either made or assembled yourself.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Ed Burgess - Flying Car
 2nd: Don Joy - Y72 Bomarc
 3rd: Colin Payton - Power Boat
 Miscellaneous  
 902  Miscellaneous, All Types, All Scales
This is for any model that does not fit in any other category. It is not an "alternative" to entering a model in a more appropriate category. Examples include: the Revell Big Boy Locomotive, buildings or structures not intended as a diorama.
 Sponsor: CMSM
 1st: Charles Williams - Medusa Sculpture
 2nd: Mary Barrow - Shermtoon Tank
 3rd: Tom Bogacki - Farm Wagon Circa 1930

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Awards:
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 Best of Show  Chosen by the judges.  Sponsor:  CMSM

  Richard Sliwka - USS Atlanta Light Cruiser
 People's Choice  Chosen by contestant vote (anyone contestant may cast one vote).   Sponsor: Sunrise Optimist Club  Sunrise Optimist Club

 Reid Coffield - Soldier ICM Hornet Head
 Theme Champion
 "1918: The Great War"

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 Any subject relating to, associated with, or having to do with The Great World War from 1914 to 1918. Theme participation is optional. This award is chosen by the judges.   Sponsor: CMSM

 Chris Searing - British Mark V Tank
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 Best in Aircraft  Best out of all the Aircraft categories. This award is chosen by the judges.  Sponsor: Samson RC Hobby Shop

 Jarrod Booth - He-111 P-1
 Best in Military  Best out of all the Military categories. This award is chosen by the judges.  Sponsor: Reid Coffield

 Scott Johnson - SdKfz-232 8.Rad
 Best in Automotive  Best out of all the Automotive categories. This award is chosen by the judges.  Sponsor: Samson RC Hobby Shop

 John Ruiz - International Lonestar
 Best in Figures  Best out of all the Figurine categories.  This award is chosen by the judges.  Sponsor: Reid Coffield

 Charles Williams - German WWI Trench Warfare
 Best in Ships  Best out of all the Ship categories. This award is chosen by the judges.  Sponsor: Samson RC Hobby Shop

 Richard Sliwka - USS Atlanta Light Cruiser
 Category Awards  Every category has its own 1st Place, 2nd Place, and 3rd Place awards. These awards are chosen by the judges.

 TigerCon category awards are done on a "No Sweeps" basis.

This means that if your model wins (for example) 1st place in category 402, you cannot also receive 2nd or 3rd in category 402.

     
     
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Vendors:
 Tyrebietter Models (4)  ToolGuy2 (3)
 Jordan Essentials Bed & Bath (1)  Red Frog Hobbies (7)
 Crazy Marion (1)  Douglas Charles Pro Hobbies (2)
 Mike Brickman (2)  .
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