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sean plz help i beggggggggg you
Quoting Oliver King
plz plz plz plzzzzz help can you help me make better creations for 3 weeks

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| September 16, 2011, 11:52 am
Quoting Oliver King
plz plz plz plzzzzz help can you help me make better creations for 3 weeks

In my tired state, I'll still give you advice here.
Let's not bring grammar into this, as that is beside the point (for the record though, it does help in becoming a more respectable member).
Building well isn't a skill that is acquired by the constant pestering of people for help. Building well stems from the constant will and determination of you to push yourself to build better. Don't get me wrong here; it is good to ask for help, granted you know how, that is. How so, you ask?
Dont just go out and blurt 'help me plz I need to build better!1!11!!'. That'll get you nowhere.
You shouldn't always expect someone to do the work for you. Develop your own style and own ideas concerning how to go about something. Constantly rethink and revise those thoughts. Need help on a build? Ask questions that target specific points in a build "how do I connect these?" "what would you recommend I use for this?" I garauntee that will get you a lot farther than just going "help me plz!1!11!!!" over and over again.
Look at each and every 'great' builder out there (Mark Kelso, Keith Goldman, even Sean Kenney, for example).
How do you think these people got to the level of skill they are at? Determination, persistence, patience, and above all, willingness to take the next step in becoming a better builder. That's how.
You wanna become a better builder? Bottom line is this:

Work at it.

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| September 17, 2011, 3:48 am
Quoting Andrew Somers
Quoting Oliver King
plz plz plz plzzzzz help can you help me make better creations for 3 weeks

In my tired state, I'll still give you advice here.
Let's not bring grammar into this, as that is beside the point (for the record though, it does help in becoming a more respectable member).
Building well isn't a skill that is acquired by the constant pestering of people for help. Building well stems from the constant will and determination of you to push yourself to build better. Don't get me wrong here; it is good to ask for help, granted you know how, that is. How so, you ask?
Dont just go out and blurt 'help me plz I need to build better!1!11!!'. That'll get you nowhere.
You shouldn't always expect someone to do the work for you. Develop your own style and own ideas concerning how to go about something. Constantly rethink and revise those thoughts. Need help on a build? Ask questions that target specific points in a build "how do I connect these?" "what would you recommend I use for this?" I garauntee that will get you a lot farther than just going "help me plz!1!11!!!" over and over again.
Look at each and every 'great' builder out there (Mark Kelso, Keith Goldman, even Sean Kenney, for example).
How do you think these people got to the level of skill they are at? Determination, persistence, patience, and above all, willingness to take the next step in becoming a better builder. That's how.
You wanna become a better builder? Bottom line is this:

Work at it.

Yeah, I mean, look at Seaspray, now back to Air Raid, now back at my man, now back to Air Raid. Sadly, it isnít Air Raid, but if I stopped using crappy techniques and switched to advanced building, it could look like itís Air Raid. Look down, back up, where are you? Youíre on Brickexpo with the Transformer your Transformer could look like. Whatís in your hand, back at me. I have it, itís a box with parts to build that thing you love. Look again, the box is now a brickshooter. Anything is possible when your Transformer looks like Air Raid and not Seaspray. Iím on a Pikachu.
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| September 17, 2011, 4:03 am
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Quoting Andrew Somers
Quoting Oliver King
plz plz plz plzzzzz help can you help me make better creations for 3 weeks

In my tired state, I'll still give you advice here.
Let's not bring grammar into this, as that is beside the point (for the record though, it does help in becoming a more respectable member).
Building well isn't a skill that is acquired by the constant pestering of people for help. Building well stems from the constant will and determination of you to push yourself to build better. Don't get me wrong here; it is good to ask for help, granted you know how, that is. How so, you ask?
Dont just go out and blurt 'help me plz I need to build better!1!11!!'. That'll get you nowhere.
You shouldn't always expect someone to do the work for you. Develop your own style and own ideas concerning how to go about something. Constantly rethink and revise those thoughts. Need help on a build? Ask questions that target specific points in a build "how do I connect these?" "what would you recommend I use for this?" I garauntee that will get you a lot farther than just going "help me plz!1!11!!!" over and over again.
Look at each and every 'great' builder out there (Mark Kelso, Keith Goldman, even Sean Kenney, for example).
How do you think these people got to the level of skill they are at? Determination, persistence, patience, and above all, willingness to take the next step in becoming a better builder. That's how.
You wanna become a better builder? Bottom line is this:

Work at it.


Well said, Andrew.

If you would like advice specific building techniques or would like to have some people review your creations to help improve your next works, feel free to visit the advice group:

http://mocpages.com/group.php/8176

I can't speak for everyone, but I'll do what I can to offer any help, and Chris is always there for the builders.

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| September 17, 2011, 8:56 am
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sorry, but this kind of "begging" really puts me off even looking at someone's mocs. if you have specific questions (spelled correctly) then I'm sure someone will be able to answer, but being a "better builder" just takes lots of practice. Everyone builds a few rubbish things before they build a few good ones.

My advice - learn to spell and then just build build and build some more, the more you build the more you will realise what works and what doesn't.
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| September 17, 2011, 12:36 pm
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