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Oh Me Oh My! What does a judge look for when I enter a Challenge or an Exhibit?

Here you will find some of the rules judges go by, I hope it helps

Critique is from Gladi Alford

Gx2Alford@aol.com

This is a critique evaluation form a judge uses on another site, its her own
that she used at the AV show..I  find
 these most interesting and  thought I would  pass it on to all you ladies.
  Hugs,
  KAT
CRITIQUE/EVALUATION FORM

  Each doll is evaluated on its own merit and is not compared to other entries
  for this Critique.  100  - 90 points = Blue Ribbon, 89 -90 points = Red
 Ribbon, 79 - 70 = White
 1. EXPRESSIVE IMPACT  20 Possible Points
  Strong Visual Impact/Emotion Evoked
  2.  DESIGN ORIGINALITY  20 Possible Points
 Designed  own unique form or Creative use of Commercial Pattern
  3. INNOVATION  5 Possible Points
  Something new and never seen in either form, concept, or technique, or
successfully solved  a difficult problem
 4.  IMAGINATIOn 10 Possible Points
  Unusual degree of imagination with regard to portraying the human condition,
  a plaything, or cultural object

  5.  BODY DESIGN AND COSTUMING  15 Possible Points
  Neat construction  Sewing/Gluing/Attaching
 Good  Choice of Materials
   Interesting/Innovative use of Materials
 Appropiate/Effective in Achieving Overall Design Success
  Costume Shows Good Color Coordination
   Good Scaling of Fabrics and Trims
  Costume Well Designed
  Costume Fits Well
  6.  ANATOMY  15 Possible Points
 (Choose applicable of following two)
  I. ANATOMICAL DESIGN REALISTIC INTENT
 Harmonious in ALL Elements
   Reflects Believable Human Anatomy  Scale and Proportion is Uniform
  All Parts Match in Type and Execution
  II.  ANATOMICAL DESIGN ABSTRACT INTENT
 Harmonious in All Elements
  Shows Good Consideration of Form
  Whole is Balanced and Proportionate
  Shows Consideration of Anatomy in Abstract Design
  7.  PAINTING OR SURFACE  FINISH TREATMENT  15 Possible Points
  Shows Good Use of Chosen Technique, No Parts  Incomplete, or Problems Left
  Unresolved.
  Shows Good Control of Chosen Medium

  I then have a half page blank that is reserved for additional comments.