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In this moc I'm making (hopefully uploading tomorrow) I have a man with a bomb, and one of those harpoon thingies. He has it in his hand (I think they call it a cliff-thingamajiger? Anyways, it's a GRAPPEL. got it.) and inside the little hole is a fire, which is supposed to be touching the string on the dynamite. Lighting it up. But it's very loose and could fall if I move it in a rush, so I'm going to work on it. Any advice for an aspiring MOCer?
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| August 25, 2010, 7:07 pm
Clarify please?
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| August 25, 2010, 7:22 pm
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Quoting Anchovy .
In this moc I'm making (hopefully uploading tomorrow) I have a man with a bomb, and one of those harpoon thingies. He has it in his hand (I think they call it a cliff-thingamajiger? Anyways, it's a GRAPPEL. got it.) and inside the little hole is a fire, which is supposed to be touching the string on the dynamite. Lighting it up. But it's very loose and could fall if I move it in a rush, so I'm going to work on it. Any advice for an aspiring MOCer?


This is where you have to decide what's important to you. Ask yourself if any other parts could be used that fit tighter or function better. If not, and you really want to use that combo, then just move the creation, letting things fall where they may, and then when in place for photographing, put it back together...it is Lego, ya know. ;-)


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| August 26, 2010, 7:57 am
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