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Nice prize - but only people who already have a Conid Bulkfiller get the chance to win the means to get another?

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Catch 22.

 

Borrow one from a friend?

 

Nope, all my friends are slimline rather than bulkfillers. biggrin.png

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Someone who does precision guesswork based on unreliable data provided by those of questionable knowledge.

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I thought that Bulkfiller was the term for the filling mechanism, rather than the models. I have a slimline and a Minimalistica. Neither are bulkfillers?

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I thought that Bulkfiller was the term for the filling mechanism, rather than the models. I have a slimline and a Minimalistica. Neither are bulkfillers?

I think 1nkulus was referring to his friends' body-types.

"Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination."

Oscar Wilde

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I think 1nkulus was referring to his friends' body-types.

DUH.

 

(it takes me a little while...).

 

Thanks

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I can't wait to see everyone's photos from this. Having this brief is challenging me to look at my Conid and how I use it in more creative ways, which is really exciting. Thanks so much for doing this! One question, though - I understand the need for natural images, hence the lack of cropping/filters, but are we allowed to crop images at all?

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Hi all!

The Conid Bulkiller photo contest ended, nearly 200 Bulkfiller pictures were received.

The Conid jury selected 30 pictures as final candidates .

Now it's up to all of you to select the final winner.

Everybody can vote, you don't have to be a Conid owner to vote.

Please take your chance to vote for your favorite Bulkfiller picture !

Thanks in advance !

Francis

 

https://www.conidpen.com/vote-now/

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I think 1nkulus was referring to his friends' body-types.

 

I was indeed. biggrin.png

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DUH.

 

(it takes me a little while...).

 

Thanks

 

We all have our days. biggrin.png

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lease take your chance to vote for your favorite Bulkfiller picture !

Thanks in advance !

Francis

 

https://www.conidpen.com/vote-now/

 

An interesting selection, definitely a few in the running. thumbup.gif

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There were several entries I voted for, for various reasons.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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