IPMS Boise, ID USA-
a. ‘Small Prop’-
b. ‘Large Prop’ – wingspan of over 60 feet
c. ‘Small Jet’ -
d. ‘Large Jet’ -
g. ‘Rotary Wing’– All helicopters, auto-
h. ‘Civil, Sport and Racing’-
i. ‘Miscellaneous Aircraft/Spacecraft’ – includes all ‘Hypothetical Aircraft and Spacecraft’ and is open to entries depicting actual proposed aircraft, spacecraft of all eras that were never really built. (Science fiction aircraft and/or spacecraft are entered in the ‘Sci-
a. ‘Armor’ entries include all Armored Fight Vehicles (AFV’s) of the 20th and 21st century.
b. ‘Soft Skin/Artillery’ category are models depicting any unarmored vehicles, including trucks, maintenance vehicles, staff cars, jeeps, and motorcycle and artillery models depicting any non-
a. The figure categories, with the exception of wargaming armies, are open to entries depicting a single human figure, on foot or mounted-
b. Science fiction and fantasy figure entries include all human, humanoid and human-
c. The Small Scale Category includes any figures 50mm or less, including foot or mounted and historical, sci-
d. Entries in the wargames army category include groups of no more than 10 related figures, 50mm or less and are entered as a single entry in the wargames army.
a. ‘Box Stock’ -
b. ‘Commercial’ -
c. ‘Competition’ -
d. ‘Curbside’ -
e. ‘Custom’ -
g. ‘Miscellaneous’ -
i. ‘Hot Rod’ This Class is for any model of any vehicle that features a modified powertrain, suspension, interior, and/or other elements, and may include modifications to the body configuration. Models entered in this Class may represent any era or style of construction, from a vintage "hot rod," to a stock-
a. The ship categories are open to all water vessels, including boats, ships, and submarines, but excluding tracked or wheeled amphibious vehicles (which are entered in the armor category).
12. Spacecraft and Sci-
a. The ‘Spacecraft/Sci-
b. ‘Actual Spacecraft’ category includes all real, historical or current spacecraft that have been actually built (though not necessarily actually flown). The category includes missiles, launch vehicles, capsules, satellites, LEMs, and crawlers, etc.
c. ‘Science Fiction/Fantasy’ is all vehicles from these genres whether they operate in space, in atmosphere, on land or in water. Examples include vessels from Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Gundams, etc. (Robots such as Robby, C3PO, etc are included in the figure categories).
a. A diorama or vignette is a model composed of vehicles and/or figures mounted on a scenic base and purposely arranged by the modeler to communicate a story.. The quality of the story line, scenic base, and composition are major criteria in judging and the judges shall take these factors into consideration in evaluating dioramas and vignettes. (The following definitions are included to provide a guide in the event the category is split.)
i. A vignette has one major vehicle, and no more than 5 figures, and no major scenery elements (like big buildings). A figure vignette is the same, but has no vehicles.
ii. A diorama has 2 or more major vehicles, or 6 or more figures, or major buildings or other scenery components. A figure diorama is the same, but has no major vehicles.
a. ‘Miscellaneous’ category consists of any and all model entries that do not fit in another category, such as actual animals like dinosaurs, wagons and firearm replicas.
b. ‘Collections’ -