Hmm. Technically #1 is "When the plan comes together", assuming the plan was to blow shit up.
It's not "coming up with the plan to blow shit up" though. But from the title of the contest I can see why it could be confusing.
Doesn't say aftermath. It is "coming up with the plan to blow shit up"The theme for May is to have something with a plan being set up. It can be some suits in an office or possibly a team in a tent figuring out their next move. Even could be people pinned down trying to figure a way out.
This is a no photoshop month. Please ask any question you may have.
damn, I thought you would bring those points up, valid, yes, but that's the bending I'm referring to.Well if you go literally on what he said, like "people pinned down trying to find a way out" as a "plan" then I guess maybe Firefly is "planning" where to step next, or "planning" what he is going to have for dinner!
#2 is also not really "planning" since I think they already captured Vader (if that's what the picture is of).
#3 is the only one that follows the common sense understanding of the rules I guess, though they did not follow the submission rules so they technically failed as well!
Seems like people just look at the most awesome and badass entry and vote for that, whether or not it actually fits the criteria.
Rules are rules and we should stick to them otherwise anarchy and chaos ensue.Had i been aware i could do a pic where it just shows the aftermath of a plan and not a plan being put together like stated in the rules i would have entered.