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Alright, so I know the timing of this group isn't the best, given all the members from opposing Tourney guilds that have been invited, but I've never seen a group that focused on rockwork and I wanted to see how my first (hopefully) major group would go.

Obviously I don't expect anyone to share cherished techniques while the Tourney is going on, but we can at least discuss /some/ stuff, add mocs, and just see how this group progresses. If it runs pretty well, I'll invite some of the big-shots after a bit.

So...chat away! What do you like about rockwork? Do you prefer the studs be mostly covered, or do you like lots of studs showing? Why? Do you like simple studs-up rockwork or a complicated mix of SNOT and other techniques? Why?

(Oh, and if anyone has any ideas for other potential invites, let me know!)
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| February 11, 2014, 3:37 am
Thanks for the invite! Rocks are definitely something I'm planning on improving with.
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| February 11, 2014, 12:46 pm
Thanks for the invite!
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| February 11, 2014, 2:54 pm
Thanks for the invite!
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| February 11, 2014, 3:00 pm
Thanks for approving me into the group.
My favorite kinds of rock work is either smooth and stud less, or studded rock work like Halhi's.
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| February 11, 2014, 3:41 pm
Nice idea for a group! Rockwork is one thin I really like and want to improve on so this is a good place to start!

Okay, anyone here know how to build that (relatively) new style where plates of rocks are put at different angles?
Um, typically I can't find an example at the minute. Does anyone know the style I'm on about?
haha Sorry for not being able to help much.
--Blast--
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| February 11, 2014, 4:25 pm
Quoting --R.K. Blast--
Nice idea for a group! Rockwork is one thin I really like and want to improve on so this is a good place to start!

Okay, anyone here know how to build that (relatively) new style where plates of rocks are put at different angles?
Um, typically I can't find an example at the minute. Does anyone know the style I'm on about?
haha Sorry for not being able to help much.
--Blast--

I think you're talking about Halhi 141's rockwork.
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| February 11, 2014, 4:27 pm
Quoting --R.K. Blast--
Nice idea for a group! Rockwork is one thin I really like and want to improve on so this is a good place to start!

Okay, anyone here know how to build that (relatively) new style where plates of rocks are put at different angles?
Um, typically I can't find an example at the minute. Does anyone know the style I'm on about?
haha Sorry for not being able to help much.
--Blast--
Sounds like Halhi's.
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| February 11, 2014, 4:31 pm
Just over the past year or two, rockwork has gotten far more competitive. In 2012, Mark of Falworth posted this, and lots of people admired the rockwork. Now, at least in LOM, if somebody's rockwork doesn't use angled panels, snot, and curves, it's mediocre at best. Wow.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mark-of-falworth/7582490718
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| February 11, 2014, 4:37 pm
Thanks for the invite, Kai! Seeing this reminded me how much I wish I'd gotten decent pics of my last MOC. =P
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| February 11, 2014, 5:19 pm
Ah yes! Here's an example!
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/379797
How is the rockwork along the verge done? I still can't work it out.
--Blast--
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| February 11, 2014, 5:26 pm
I'm currently working on some very interesting rockwork.
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| February 11, 2014, 5:30 pm
Quoting --R.K. Blast--
Nice idea for a group! Rockwork is one thin I really like and want to improve on so this is a good place to start!

Okay, anyone here know how to build that (relatively) new style where plates of rocks are put at different angles?
Um, typically I can't find an example at the minute. Does anyone know the style I'm on about?
haha Sorry for not being able to help much.
--Blast--

I think you're referring to hinged rockwork, which, as the name suggests, uses hinges to get the wedge plates at various angles.
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| February 11, 2014, 5:37 pm
Thanks for approving! I really need to work on my rockwork and I'm sure I can get the help I need here. :)
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| February 11, 2014, 5:57 pm
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Quoting --R.K. Blast--
Ah yes! Here's an example!
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/379797
How is the rockwork along the verge done? I still can't work it out.
--Blast--

Mainly bricks with studs on the side and hinge plates. Most of the wedge plates are attached using only one stud so that they can pivot on that stud, allowing for more ranges of angles. Hope that makes sense!
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| February 11, 2014, 6:05 pm
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Quoting Lindel Baskin
Thanks for the invite, Kai! Seeing this reminded me how much I wish I'd gotten decent pics of my last MOC. =P

Now that the round's over (and if you haven't disassembled it) you can retake the shots!
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| February 11, 2014, 10:16 pm
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Now that the round's over (and if you haven't disassembled it) you can retake the shots!

I wish I had, but it was already halfway disassembled by the time I thought of it.
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| February 11, 2014, 11:20 pm
Thanks for the banner. I'm not exactly sure why I have the red tag, but that's a new mystery for a new day - I'll solve it later in the morning. Good (sort-of-)night, all.
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| February 12, 2014, 1:09 am
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Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Thanks for the banner. I'm not exactly sure why I have the red tag, but that's a new mystery for a new day - I'll solve it later in the morning. Good (sort-of-)night, all.

Honorary position, at least until I bother to add you to the staff group (which doesn't have anything to do yet. :P)
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| February 12, 2014, 1:11 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Honorary position, at least until I bother to add you to the staff group (which doesn't have anything to do yet. :P)

All right, then. Time to find another conundrum. Scooby-dooby-doo!
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| February 12, 2014, 11:22 am
Quoting Halhi 141
Mainly bricks with studs on the side and hinge plates. Most of the wedge plates are attached using only one stud so that they can pivot on that stud, allowing for more ranges of angles. Hope that makes sense!

Ah! Of course! I see now! Thanks for clarifying!
--Blast--
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| February 12, 2014, 3:42 pm
Thanks very much for the invite, Kai--rockwork is pretty much what I enjoy building most :D As Thomas mentioned, it's constantly evolving and it's very interesting to see how the community moves forward. My current build will be centered almost entirely around a new technique I'm developing.
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| February 12, 2014, 3:52 pm
Quoting Freeling ++
I'm currently working on some very interesting rockwork.

Why dost thou tease us so... ;)
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| February 12, 2014, 8:55 pm
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Quoting A M
Thanks very much for the invite, Kai--rockwork is pretty much what I enjoy building most :D As Thomas mentioned, it's constantly evolving and it's very interesting to see how the community moves forward. My current build will be centered almost entirely around a new technique I'm developing.

Sure thing!

Can't wait. :P
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| February 13, 2014, 12:59 am
Thanks for inviting me! Although, I could use some practice on my rockwork...
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| February 13, 2014, 9:52 am
Moo.
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| February 15, 2014, 2:09 pm
Quoting Stephen Boe
Moo.

Neigh.
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| February 16, 2014, 4:14 pm
Quoting Adam Brunsting
Neigh.

Oink.

But what does the fox say?
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| February 16, 2014, 4:15 pm
Quoting ~ Brick
Oink.

But what does the fox say?

Nobody knows.
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| February 16, 2014, 4:17 pm
Quoting Adam Brunsting
Nobody knows.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWXiNqD5B_k
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| February 16, 2014, 4:17 pm

I'm not that out of the know.
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| February 16, 2014, 4:18 pm
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Quoting A M
My current build will be centered almost entirely around a new technique I'm developing.

So what build is this? It's been some time... :P
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| February 24, 2014, 4:49 am
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Quoting Jacob Pennington
Thanks for approving! I really need to work on my rockwork and I'm sure I can get the help I need here. :)

Indeed you can!

...but only if you participate. :P
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| February 24, 2014, 4:50 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
So what build is this? It's been some time... :P

Unfortunately yes, it has :P It's my entry for Mike Doyle's Dark contest, so I'm trying to make it as good as possible. Plus school keeps me busy as well.
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| February 24, 2014, 5:51 pm
Quoting A M
Plus school keeps me busy as well.

Very, very busy.
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| February 24, 2014, 5:54 pm
I'm looking to include some advanced rock work in one of my upcoming builds, but what should I start out with? I already used SNOT rock work, and panel might be a bit above my current level.
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| February 24, 2014, 10:29 pm
Thanks for letting me in! Rock work is my favorite field of building!
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| February 25, 2014, 9:52 am
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Quoting ~ Brick
I'm looking to include some advanced rock work in one of my upcoming builds, but what should I start out with? I already used SNOT rock work, and panel might be a bit above my current level.

Try maybe just one or two panels in a mostly SNOT rock formation. (like the right side of my TT R4 entry)
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| February 25, 2014, 9:55 am
Quoting Halhi 141
Try maybe just one or two panels in a mostly SNOT rock formation. (like the right side of my TT R4 entry)

One of my incoming builds will have paneled RW like your TT R4, if all goes well. :P
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| February 25, 2014, 10:04 am
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Quoting ~ Brick
I'm looking to include some advanced rock work in one of my upcoming builds, but what should I start out with? I already used SNOT rock work, and panel might be a bit above my current level.

Try diagonal or hinged SNoT, like these:
http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=372012&id=/user_images/92518/13814615761
http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=382044&id=/user_images/92518/13932125348
(Though without the faults those have. :P)
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| February 27, 2014, 5:20 am
Thanks for the invite!
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| February 28, 2014, 11:04 am
 Group admin 
Rockwork tutorial

After the request of a few people, here it is!

There are a few ways to build rocks; Iíll go over them in order from simplest to most complex.


Technique #1 - Studs-up Rockwork- Basic Difficulty

Studs up rockwork is the simplest technique, and it typically has the simplest looks. Not to say that itís bad, but itís not particularly interesting. Hereís an example of a basic usage of (mostly) studs up rockwork: http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=362829&id=/user_images/84200/1371747364m


Technique #2 - SNOT rockwork - Medium Difficulty

The next technique is a combination of studs up and sideways building. Like the previous technique, itís not very complex, but it does add some nice extra detail and texture. The basic idea is to break up the studs up rocks with some sideways rocks. Hereís a good example of this technique being used: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/373338


Technique #3 - Technic pin rockwork - Medium difficulty

Technic pin rockwork is also pretty simple; as the name suggests, itís SNOTted rockwork hinged with technic pins to create some interesting angles. This piece: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=2460 is pretty useful. Here's a pretty basic usage:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/383215

Technique #4: Textured SNOT rockwork - Hard difficulty

Now weíre getting to the good stuff. This technique is commonly and well used by TX-008 [1998] and while simple in concept (just use lots of headlight bricks, cheese slopes, 1x1 tiles, and 1x1 round plates), itís pretty hard to get it to look right, and it uses a lot of pieces. TX-008 has a lot of good examples of this; hereís another: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/371710

Technique #5: Panel Rockwork - Very hard difficulty

Iíve saved the best for last. Panel rockwork is the hardest technique to get right; the general idea is a bunch of panels hinged to create a smooth slope. The hardest part is filling the gaps. Thereís no one good way to fill in gaps, just experiment with wedge plates and studs up rockwork to fill them in. Deus ďBig DĒ Otiosus uses this technique a lot; Iíve used it on my tourney intro. Hereís a picture with most of the panels taken off to show the hinge structure: http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?id=/user_images/84200/1388537713m
And a picture of the panels; note the use of wedge plates: http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?id=/user_images/84200/1388537718m
This technique is a good one since it enables you to use a lot of those obscure pieces that you probably don't see used much, things like Dino heads/tails and such.

Combining techniques:
Of course, these techniques look good alone, but to get the best results it's usually best to combine techniques. #4 usually looks better when on its own, but #2, #3, and #5 can look really good when combined...

#2+#3:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/373124

#2+#3:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/368980

#1+#2+#3:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/379201

#2+#5:†http://mocpages.com/moc.php/372102

#2+#5:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/380009

#2+#5:†http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=377328&id=/user_images/84200/1388102623m


Things to avoid:

Here's an example of quite a few things going wrong, producing some low quality rockwork:†http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/379797

1. Gaps: Too many of 'em. Believe it or not, a few gaps can be a good thing when used correctly - they work as cracks in the rock, and as long as they're pretty thin and there's some kind of grey wall behind them, they look nice. However, when there's this many gaps, and such big gaps too, it's not aesthetically appealing...

2. Look over your MOC before you post it: In this instance, I failed to do that - and as a result, I didn't realize that I misplaced one of the panels. Fail.

3. Don't rush your work: This goes along with "Don't procrastinate". In this instance, I spent the entire first week of the 10 day round playing Voya Nui Online Game - and as a result, on the morning of the day before it was due, I only had the ruins, minifigures, and Growlok built. Avoiding procrastination/rushing can really help bring up the quality.

4. Don't make rocks that are too plain: In this case, sure they're curvy, but they have little in terms of interesting formations. There's no greater/lesser height anywhere and everything's at the same angle - not really a good look.

I hope that was helpful!
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| March 23, 2014, 10:36 am
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Quoting Halhi 141
Rockwork tutorial

This is my second time reading through it. Thanks for all that information! I'll have to try #5 some time.
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| March 25, 2014, 5:11 pm
My next MOC should have plenty of rock work!
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| April 1, 2014, 7:43 pm
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Quoting Asad Brunsting
My next MOC should have plenty of rock work!

Asad?
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| April 4, 2014, 8:25 pm
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Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP
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| April 25, 2014, 2:58 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP

I have that for some MOCs, but not all. I think I had it for my Tomeu MOC.
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| April 25, 2014, 6:44 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP

I've felt that way about a couple of mine, but I try not to let it get in the way. Laziness does enough of that,
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| April 25, 2014, 8:02 am
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP

I generally take apart my MOCs the day after posting, or even the day of sometimes. The only recent exception were my TT R5 and TT R3 entries; those took several days to take apart because of the size (and being busy with other stuff)
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| April 25, 2014, 9:41 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP

Yeah, I definitely do. I currently have my TTR3, the Mi7 Interceptor that's my most popular, my Orfdor walls diorama, and a vig of a water buffalo hauling fruit on display, but I'd have a lot more if I didn't need the parts again.
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| April 25, 2014, 10:39 am
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP

Yeah, I feel that way most of the time. Sometimes my creations stay up for a week or two (partly because I'm just too busy to take them apart)! It's not that hard to take 'em apart most of the time, but my best are just... ugh. I wish I had enough bricks to keep everything intact! :P
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| April 25, 2014, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Halhi 141
I generally take apart my MOCs the day after posting, or even the day of sometimes. The only recent exception were my TT R5 and TT R3 entries; those took several days to take apart because of the size (and being busy with other stuff)

I can never bring myself to do that. :P
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| April 26, 2014, 4:55 am
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Quoting Thomas of Tortuga
Yeah, I definitely do. I currently have my TTR3, the Mi7 Interceptor that's my most popular, my Orfdor walls diorama, and a vig of a water buffalo hauling fruit on display, but I'd have a lot more if I didn't need the parts again.

Quoting Professor B.
Yeah, I feel that way most of the time. Sometimes my creations stay up for a week or two (partly because I'm just too busy to take them apart)! It's not that hard to take 'em apart most of the time, but my best are just... ugh. I wish I had enough bricks to keep everything intact! :P

That's me. :P
I keep all my builds as intact as possible until it's time to cannibalize them. Remnants of even my Insurgency intro are still hanging around. XD
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| April 26, 2014, 4:57 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Quoting Professor B.
Yeah, I feel that way most of the time. Sometimes my creations stay up for a week or two (partly because I'm just too busy to take them apart)! It's not that hard to take 'em apart most of the time, but my best are just... ugh. I wish I had enough bricks to keep everything intact! :P

That's me. :P
I keep all my builds as intact as possible until it's time to cannibalize them. Remnants of even my Insurgency intro are still hanging around. XD
I used to do that, but when I 'started anew' if you will, I decided not to do that, as it would create more of a mess.

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| April 26, 2014, 7:01 am
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
I can never bring myself to do that. :P

Eh, I need the pieces; I build so large that I end up using a large portion of my (useful) pieces in each build.
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| April 26, 2014, 10:32 am
Quoting Kai Bernstein
Does anybody else grow overly attached to their mocs? I never like taking apart my builds. Right now almost all my rock pieces are on Holding the Bridge, but I need several of them for an upcoming moc. I can't bring myself to take it apart (yet)! XP
Yeah, that happens to me with most of my creations. I usually just keep them around for a couple of days (unless it's a contest, where I break them immediately and get my desk ready for the next round), and then break it when I need the pieces again. :)
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| April 26, 2014, 11:17 am
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
That's me. :P
I keep all my builds as intact as possible until it's time to cannibalize them. Remnants of even my Insurgency intro are still hanging around. XD

Annnnd then when I build something else, I use pieces from my older creations, and then I have a huge mess on my hands (http://images.mocpages.com/user_images/103628/1398538287m_SPLASH.jpg). :P
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| April 26, 2014, 3:04 pm
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Well, I can defiantly say you've improved (even if you don't do rocks a whole lot)! :D
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| April 27, 2014, 2:54 pm
Last night I tried some pretty advanced rockwork, (It had one panel! :D) and it was sucess! I'll be postng the build later this week.
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| April 29, 2014, 8:08 am
Quoting ~ Brick
Last night I tried some pretty advanced rockwork, (It had one panel! :D) and it was sucess! I'll be postng the build later this week.

I managed a shoreline with two panels for my UC!
Then I ran out of rock parts.
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| April 29, 2014, 8:32 am
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I managed to have almost no rockwork in my UC, other than a few simple, small, scattered rocks. :P
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| April 29, 2014, 9:50 am
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Quoting ~ Brick
Last night I tried some pretty advanced rockwork, (It had one panel! :D) and it was sucess! I'll be postng the build later this week.

What build is this? Has it been posted? :P
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| May 3, 2014, 8:49 pm
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Quoting Gilbert Despathens
I managed a shoreline with two panels for my UC!
Then I ran out of rock parts.

When ordering more, don't get only standard slopes - get some unique slope types too.
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| May 3, 2014, 8:53 pm
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Quoting Halhi 141
I managed to have almost no rockwork in my UC, other than a few simple, small, scattered rocks. :P

'spose I ought to give the rundown on that moc. :P
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| May 3, 2014, 8:53 pm
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Quoting Professor B.
Annnnd then when I build something else, I use pieces from my older creations, and then I have a huge mess on my hands (http://images.mocpages.com/user_images/103628/1398538287m_SPLASH.jpg). :P

Oh yeah. Our living room table is coated with bricks...I really need the means to sort my collection properly. :P

(And, oooh...dark tan plates. :P)
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| May 3, 2014, 8:56 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
I managed to have almost no rockwork in my UC, other than a few simple, small, scattered rocks. :P

And it was a great Moc at that! Nothing wrong with a little diversity in creations...
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| May 3, 2014, 9:12 pm

That hurtsÖ But it puts your awesome building of today in perspective!
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| May 3, 2014, 9:14 pm
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
'spose I ought to give the rundown on that moc. :P

I'm worried now :
Quoting Kai Bernstein
(And, oooh...dark tan plates. :P)

The bottom of my tan/dark tan bin is lined with at least one layer of mostly 6x8 and 6x6 dark tan plates :P
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| May 3, 2014, 9:55 pm
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Well, 7 6x8, 3 6x6, and 1 6x12. I guess more of it was light tan than I thought.
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| May 3, 2014, 9:57 pm
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
When ordering more, don't get only standard slopes - get some unique slope types too.

I found out I have several of these, which I used in my Pursuit FB. They're pretty useful:
http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=2743
Somewhat rare though.
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| May 3, 2014, 10:01 pm
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Quoting Halhi 141
I'm worried now :

I don't know why, it's just been really hard for me to get that going...I've procrastinated for days. But I'll do it tonight, I promise. :P
Quoting Halhi 141
Quoting Kai Bernstein
(And, oooh...dark tan plates. :P)

The bottom of my tan/dark tan bin is lined with at least one layer of mostly 6x8 and 6x6 dark tan plates :P

And so did you buy the majority of your pieces/sets or do your parents have a good deal of money to spare? :P
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| May 3, 2014, 10:28 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
Quoting Kai Bernstein
(And, oooh...dark tan plates. :P)

The bottom of my tan/dark tan bin is lined with at least one layer of mostly 6x8 and 6x6 dark tan plates :P

Lucky! I only hVe like 6 dark tan plates! And they are one of my favorite lego colors.
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| May 4, 2014, 6:17 am
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Quoting Kai Bernstein
(And, oooh...dark tan plates. :P)

Yeah. I've got so many of those. :P
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| May 4, 2014, 2:07 pm
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Working on some awesome rocks for my big project. They're turning out great!
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| May 5, 2014, 10:39 pm
Quoting Kai Bernstein
http://icons.wunderground.com/data/wximagenew/w/WurzelDave/3921.jpg

Just look at all those square rocks on the ground!

I also plan to replicate this kind of texture.
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| June 12, 2014, 11:40 am
Quoting Professor B.
Yeah. I've got so many of those. :P

Same here. Vladek's Dark Fortress from KK2 came with a lot of dark tan, and I also have half of the Barrel Escape set. I'm going to use most of them pretty soon.
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| June 12, 2014, 1:48 pm
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Quoting Stephen Boe
http://icons.wunderground.com/data/wximagenew/w/WurzelDave/3921.jpg

Just look at all those square rocks on the ground!

I also plan to replicate this kind of texture.

That's different. :P
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| June 12, 2014, 2:25 pm
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Quoting Gilbert Despathens
Same here. Vladek's Dark Fortress from KK2 came with a lot of dark tan, and I also have half of the Barrel Escape set. I'm going to use most of them pretty soon.

You are no longer allowed to have "shoestring budget" on your homepage. :P
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| June 12, 2014, 2:44 pm
Quoting Kai Bernstein
You are no longer allowed to have "shoestring budget" on your homepage. :P

True. I should have taken that down when I first placed a Bricklink order, but I forgot I had it. To be fair, I have been collecting Lego castle since I was sixish.
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| June 12, 2014, 3:05 pm
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
True. I should have taken that down when I first placed a Bricklink order, but I forgot I had it. To be fair, I have been collecting Lego castle since I was sixish.
I wish I had started when I was six. I started getting LEGO when I was seven or eight and all I wanted was sci-fi and City, so I missed a lot of great stuff...
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| June 12, 2014, 4:03 pm
Once upon a time I spent two weeks of summer building nothing but caves and tunnels. I thought you guys might like to laugh at the result, so I posted the product here.
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| June 17, 2014, 1:22 am
Could we unlock the critique #2? It's such a pain scrolling all the way back down after viewing people's MOCS! Thanks.
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| August 6, 2014, 9:58 am
Hello!
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| August 6, 2014, 1:31 pm
Anyone around???
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| August 6, 2014, 6:52 pm
Quoting Benaiah Newhall
Anyone around???

Hi
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| August 6, 2014, 6:53 pm
Quoting Sean-Thomas Mahoney
Hi


Hello Sean! How are you? Any new MOCs coming?
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| August 6, 2014, 6:56 pm
Quoting Benaiah Newhall

Hello Sean! How are you? Any new MOCs coming?

Currently working on a LOM build
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| August 6, 2014, 6:59 pm
Quoting Sean-Thomas Mahoney
Currently working on a LOM build


Nice!
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| August 6, 2014, 7:05 pm
Quoting Benaiah Newhall

Nice!

You building anything
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| August 6, 2014, 7:05 pm
Quoting Sean-Thomas Mahoney
You building anything

Sean me and Benaiah are on nc
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| August 6, 2014, 7:09 pm
Quoting Thomas B.
Sean me and Benaiah are on nc


Want to do some more Neat Chat?
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| August 7, 2014, 7:16 pm
Have a moc that has rocks in it.should be posted soon.
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| August 7, 2014, 7:24 pm
Quoting Benaiah Newhall

Want to do some more Neat Chat?

I will
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| August 7, 2014, 7:25 pm
Quoting Timothy Post
Have a moc that has rocks in it.should be posted soon.


Nice!
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| August 7, 2014, 7:27 pm
Quoting Sean-Thomas Mahoney
I will


Wait, Now I can't. I got to go. Maybe later. Sorry!
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| August 7, 2014, 7:28 pm
Quoting Benaiah Newhall

Wait, Now I can't. I got to go. Maybe later. Sorry!

Thats fine
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| August 7, 2014, 7:28 pm
Please Have a look at My SNOT Rocks http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/394190
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| August 7, 2014, 7:38 pm
Quoting Mitchell Long
Please Have a look at My SNOT Rocks http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/394190


Nice job!
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| August 8, 2014, 9:59 pm
Quoting Mitchell Long
Please Have a look at My SNOT Rocks http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/394190

The rocks are very good. The only problem i have is you could have used a grey stud instead of a sand brown one in the corner
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| August 8, 2014, 10:03 pm
about a 100 studs of rocks about 15 studs high are finally done.:P
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| August 14, 2014, 1:05 pm
Just a word of advice to all of you:Rock on :P
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| August 21, 2014, 7:29 am
Tryed my first all round rock work today.
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| August 27, 2014, 8:42 pm
Does anyone know of any Lego Conventions in New York? or at least in the Northeast?
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| November 11, 2014, 3:43 pm
Quoting Ethan J.
Does anyone know of any Lego Conventions in New York? or at least in the Northeast?

I think there was one in pennslyvania recently.
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| November 11, 2014, 3:50 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Asad .
I think there was one in pennslyvania recently.

You're kidding.... Where was it in PA?
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| November 14, 2014, 12:34 pm
Hello?
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| December 11, 2014, 12:06 pm
Quoting Benaiah N.
Hello?

Hello?
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| December 11, 2014, 12:08 pm
Quoting Thomas .
Hello?

The group just got really quite.
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| December 11, 2014, 12:57 pm
Quoting Benaiah N.
The group just got really quiet.

Yes. I really don't want to face any more rockwork until a Bricklink order comes in a week or two.
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| December 11, 2014, 1:05 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Benaiah N.
The group just got really quite.

It got quite what?
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| December 11, 2014, 6:06 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
It got quite what?

Auto correct. Sigh... Quiet isd what I ment. :-P
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| December 11, 2014, 6:16 pm
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