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The Kelso can have a strong influence on the weak-minded...
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"You mean he controls your actions?" asked Luke.

"No." replied Ben, "You control the action!"

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| October 1, 2010, 8:41 am
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Quoting Mudskipper 4
Help Kelos!

I'm trying to get constructive criticism on this http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/197838, but I'm not getting any useful feedback. In all seriousness, (please) tell me what you like, don't like, was so-so, etc. I'd really appreciate it!

What do you think of the:

1. Rocks?
2. Waterfall?
3. Valley?
4. Lighting?
5. Presentation?
6. Extra night shots?

Thanks for your time man!


Wow...fantastic work! There are so many GOOD things that it would be absurd to even try to list them. So for starters...BRAVO! GREAT WORK.

I will mention a few things that could actually take this stunning piece even a step further...just in my own humble opinion, here...

I like the studs showing for the roof work. They add a nice bit of texture in contrast with the smooth walls of the castle. BUT...they also seem a bit plain, or less "advanced" compared to the rest of the MOC. Perhaps a tiling technique or even slopes might be a better choice, given how strong the rest of the creation is. (just noticed your comment on the "manor"...did Schultz do the roof work?)

The overall crescent shape for the rocks is fantastic, and the mix of light bley, dark bley, and old greys works beautifully. Still, for more believability, did you consider making the area around the falls the dark bley, and the rest a lighter combo of greys and bleys? I say this because when rocks get wet, they darken. You've included a beautiful rock form in the middle of that falls, but it's a light bley...I probably would've made it a dark bley feature (for an example towards what I'm talking about).

As for the falls itself, it's well done. You might consider taking the next step with that as well, and using whites for the interior portion of the falls, and clears over and around the whites. This really gets into detail, but it makes for a very believable appearance (not to toot my own horn, but... http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=57317&id=/user_images/5708/1210817295 )

The valley area seems pretty good, the photography is solid on the MOC (although I'd go with a digitally altered background instead of boards sometimes, and a sheet other times).

The extra night shots are a cool touch as well. If you wanted to really kick up the interest a bit, some night shots with torches glowing, for example, would make for some really fun images.

Anyway, a fantastic build all in all, and those tips are really getting nit-picky. But when you're already 99% there, the only steps left to take are the small, subtle ones.

Hope that was helpful.


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| October 1, 2010, 9:02 am
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Quoting Caboose :D
Hey. Remember me telling about Heber's MOCpages problem..... he just now set me a message that..... he has been banned from here. Kenney said he is banned. There goes one friend.


Sean takes the banning issue VERY seriously, and won't do so without good reason. If Heber was banned, he EARNED it, I'm sorry to say.

As for loosing a friend, it's unfortunate. But on the up side, there are countless other builders here to connect with, and I hope you'll find others to hang with while here on the site.


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| October 1, 2010, 9:06 am
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Quoting Lt. John Harland
Today I bring with me a harder question than I normally do. Do you still remember that first moment when you really discovered you love of the brick? When you got that one set and you knew you werent gonna put it down 'til you had made everything and anything possible with those little plastic bricks? If so do you know the set? How old were you? Do you still have parts of it? If not then be sad.


No need for me to be sad...I recall my very first set (a leer jet). It was in the mid 70's and I was maybe 8 or 9. I think it might have had MAYBE 50 pieces or less, but it didn't matter - I was hooked! And every Christmas and birthday, my grandparents probably regretted getting me that little set!!! ;-)

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| October 1, 2010, 9:11 am
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Quoting Lt. John Harland
I'm stil toying with that idea. I plan to have a guy who accidentally killed a group of french civilians. And then he thinks they suddenly appear and he goes nuts. Scary stuff huh? No? Maybe?


Oh, yeah...LOVE it!

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| October 1, 2010, 9:12 am
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Quoting Sushi Rice
OK, I forgot all about this, and I don't know if I should use the report q problem contact. Otherwise, I can't find his email, would you mind letting me know when you have the time?


While I use his direct email, I don't want to give it out...he'll be INUNDATED with hits on his personal email if others get a hold of it.

I think under the circumstances, the contact email for him here on the pages would be fine. ;-)

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| October 1, 2010, 9:16 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Wow...fantastic work! There are so many GOOD things that it would be absurd to even try to list them. So for starters...BRAVO! GREAT WORK.

I will mention a few things that could actually take this stunning piece even a step further...just in my own humble opinion, here...

I like the studs showing for the roof work. They add a nice bit of texture in contrast with the smooth walls of the castle. BUT...they also seem a bit plain, or less "advanced" compared to the rest of the MOC. Perhaps a tiling technique or even slopes might be a better choice, given how strong the rest of the creation is. (just noticed your comment on the "manor"...did Schultz do the roof work?)

The overall crescent shape for the rocks is fantastic, and the mix of light bley, dark bley, and old greys works beautifully. Still, for more believability, did you consider making the area around the falls the dark bley, and the rest a lighter combo of greys and bleys? I say this because when rocks get wet, they darken. You've included a beautiful rock form in the middle of that falls, but it's a light bley...I probably would've made it a dark bley feature (for an example towards what I'm talking about).

As for the falls itself, it's well done. You might consider taking the next step with that as well, and using whites for the interior portion of the falls, and clears over and around the whites. This really gets into detail, but it makes for a very believable appearance (not to toot my own horn, but... http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=57317&id=/user_images/5708/1210817295 )

The valley area seems pretty good, the photography is solid on the MOC (although I'd go with a digitally altered background instead of boards sometimes, and a sheet other times).

The extra night shots are a cool touch as well. If you wanted to really kick up the interest a bit, some night shots with torches glowing, for example, would make for some really fun images.

Anyway, a fantastic build all in all, and those tips are really getting nit-picky. But when you're already 99% there, the only steps left to take are the small, subtle ones.

Hope that was helpful.


Very helpful! I'll definitely keep the roof tiling in mind, and since then I've ordered *cough* several hundred tiles. The idea for the dark and light rocks around the falls was great, and one I had not thought of. I follow with the digitally altered background...time...*complaining*... However, I have also gotten a green screen, so in future editing backgrounds will be much easier. As to the night shots, I agree about the torches. I've done some animations in mine tunnels since then, and lighted torches in a dark place DO look amazing.

Thanks for the advice Kelso! I greatly appreciate your time.

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| October 1, 2010, 10:51 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Oh, yeah...LOVE it!

Great! I'll tell you when its up.
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| October 1, 2010, 6:50 pm
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Quoting Phazezorz .
I've been thinking about assembling a petition to rename the Selsmometer to the Kelsometer, your thoughts?

Edit: wait, I just realized that L should be an I.....

well, that joke just blew up in my face.


HAHAHAHAHAHA!...hey, kudos for taking the risk, though, right? That's real humor people...ya always run the risk of the joke being a train wreck, but I say Darn the torpedos and full speed ahead!

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| October 2, 2010, 10:57 am
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Quoting Joe P.
I don't have any questions but thanks Mark for checking out my MOC's I really appreciate it. :)


Glad to do it, Joe! And keep cranking 'em out!

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| October 2, 2010, 10:58 am
This was practice to improve my photos, presentation and dialogue. How did I do?
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/228618
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| October 2, 2010, 11:00 am
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Quoting Joe P.
I'm on a mission to con you into making a MOC Song to this (It'll be cool what you come up with)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne6FEyhdRr8


Not a bad song...a lot of visuals come to mind that could be really fun in Lego. What you really need is someone who does video work...THAT would be awesome!

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| October 2, 2010, 11:03 am
Hey Kelso, any tips on how to present, or basically tell a story in a MOC? I've seen your Apocalypsis series and really liked the way you told the story. Now I don't necessarily want to make a MOC like that, i just wanted to know if you had any tips on telling a story in a Lego Creation
thanks
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| October 2, 2010, 4:06 pm
Here is what the title looks like: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthew_novosad/5044827243/

What do ya think?
Also disregard any thing Mocpagey on my photostream, just a pic of someone saying they wished their dog would die (Wierd), and someone posting the lyrics to some Ke$ha song (weirder).
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| October 2, 2010, 5:13 pm
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Quoting A. A. (A.K.A Noname)
Can I use this thread to get constructive criticism on a MOC of mine?

If we can, then http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/227971.


Yeah, absolutely...

A nice job, overall. My only nit would be the curtains. Not that use of a foreign material bothers me that much, but it's just that it's texture is SO vastly different from the Lego itself, that it seems out of place. Under the circumstances, I think I would have tried to find a parts solution instead of going with...what was it...Kleenex?

I should also mention that I thought some of your pics were excellent. I loved the close up shots of the figs faces, and those images helped to get across some sense of the drama being played out.

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| October 2, 2010, 6:06 pm
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Quoting A Monkey
Hey Kelso, any tips on how to present, or basically tell a story in a MOC? I've seen your Apocalypsis series and really liked the way you told the story. Now I don't necessarily want to make a MOC like that, i just wanted to know if you had any tips on telling a story in a Lego Creation
thanks


Sure, tons of thoughts. I'll try not to put you to sleep here. ;-)

1) Pull people in quickly. Set up a mystery, or something that makes them need to see more right off the bat.

2) Build your sets large enough for the camera to get in there and get some close-ups, and have depth of field where a part of the background can go out of focus. It will make the viewer feel a part of the scene and help to draw them in.

3) Use all kinds of different shots when shooting the story visuals...close-ups, over-heads, wide-angles, and so on. Let the situation dictate the kind of shots you use (for example, a tense moment might need a close-up, while a serene moment might use an over-head shot, etc.)

4) Lighting, lighting, lighting!!! Light is everything. So when you shoot the story, use appropriate lighting as to what you're trying to communicate...fear could be dark with isolated strong light, peacefullness could be bright colors, pain could be red light, loneliness could be blue light, and on and on. Put some thought into it, and the lighting should really help to enforce what's taking place in the story.

5) And finally, I'd suggest building your sets in a modular fashion. Where one set might be made of three or four seperate parts that can be moved away, and put back into place. This will allow you camera access with angles that you might not be able to get otherwise.

Good luck!

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| October 2, 2010, 6:17 pm
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
Here is what the title looks like: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthew_novosad/5044827243/

What do ya think?
Also disregard any thing Mocpagey on my photostream, just a pic of someone saying they wished their dog would die (Wierd), and someone posting the lyrics to some Ke$ha song (weirder).


Looks great. I might center the text instead of left justified, but other than that...killer.

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| October 2, 2010, 6:19 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

Sure, tons of thoughts. I'll try not to put you to sleep here. ;-)

1) Pull people in quickly. Set up a mystery, or something that makes them need to see more right off the bat.

2) Build your sets large enough for the camera to get in there and get some close-ups, and have depth of field where a part of the background can go out of focus. It will make the viewer feel a part of the scene and help to draw them in.

3) Use all kinds of different shots when shooting the story visuals...close-ups, over-heads, wide-angles, and so on. Let the situation dictate the kind of shots you use (for example, a tense moment might need a close-up, while a serene moment might use an over-head shot, etc.)

4) Lighting, lighting, lighting!!! Light is everything. So when you shoot the story, use appropriate lighting as to what you're trying to communicate...fear could be dark with isolated strong light, peacefullness could be bright colors, pain could be red light, loneliness could be blue light, and on and on. Put some thought into it, and the lighting should really help to enforce what's taking place in the story.

5) And finally, I'd suggest building your sets in a modular fashion. Where one set might be made of three or four seperate parts that can be moved away, and put back into place. This will allow you camera access with angles that you might not be able to get otherwise.

Good luck!

Thanks. I'm just brainstorming what i want to do... probably in a few months, if i have the time... Thanks again
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| October 2, 2010, 6:21 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

Looks great. I might center the text instead of left justified, but other than that...killer.

Yeah, I noticed that too. I might just use this one for episode 1. And make a better one for the rest.
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| October 2, 2010, 6:30 pm
Now that I think about it, I want to have a different one per episode. That way I could present the mood even more. What do you think? Or should I just choose something and stick with it?
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| October 2, 2010, 7:10 pm
I'd like you to review http://mocpages.com/moc.php/228833 and I'm wondering how I can improve the photography.
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| October 3, 2010, 1:26 pm
Also, here is the version of the title screen for episode one I'm keeping: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthew_novosad/5048423139/in/photostream/
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| October 3, 2010, 6:44 pm
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
Now that I think about it, I want to have a different one per episode. That way I could present the mood even more. What do you think? Or should I just choose something and stick with it?


It's your call entirely. If you go with a single image for all, then it will be easily recognized by people for any after the first one. If you go with a different one for each, then perhaps you should retain some visual consistency, at least in some capacity, so when people see the new image they immediately get a connection with title pics from earlier episodes.

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| October 4, 2010, 8:05 am
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Quoting BobaFett 2
I'd like you to review http://mocpages.com/moc.php/228833 and I'm wondering how I can improve the photography.


Not bad! Good work on the form, not a lot of studs exposed, cool concept, solid color work...yep...very nice build!

I think you might try working for more parts complexity with your next creations. Some of the forms I'm seeing are fairly simple in their approach, and by expanding your selection of parts to use, I think you will be able to acheive more complex forms with greater detail.

As for your pics, I'd definitely recommend some kind of solid background. Your lighting wasn't too bad, but all of the elements in the background were somewhat distracting. It's a good MOC...show it off in the best way possible! ;-)

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| October 4, 2010, 8:11 am
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
Also, here is the version of the title screen for episode one I'm keeping: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthew_novosad/5048423139/in/photostream/


Love the fire font...may have to look for that myself some time! Nice.

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| October 4, 2010, 8:13 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Love the fire font...may have to look for that myself some time! Nice.

It's actually not a font, http://www.aagimp.com/2008/09/burning-text-effect.html , it's a really easy tutorial but looks fantastic. I think I may just keep the burning text and have different things on the side, the blood and lighting are symbolic to the episode, so I'm going to change that for each episode.
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| October 4, 2010, 4:09 pm
Quoting Caboose :D
I need some help with a MOC. I am building a futuristic car ship sort of thing for ole' Bonesy. (Why? Cause I can!) The only windows I have for veicheles are those old 2x4x2 light blue windscreens and their 2x6x2 cousins. The few others are just for ships, but this is a car. And I don't have a clue. I want it sleek and not blocky. Those old windows will make it too blocky if i'm not mistaken.

I'm confused, what do you want to know?
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| October 4, 2010, 6:50 pm
Quoting Caboose :D
A good looking windshield that isn't blocky looking.

Try this: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=57783
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| October 4, 2010, 7:24 pm
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Quoting Caboose :D
I need some help with a MOC. I am building a futuristic car ship sort of thing for ole' Bonesy. (Why? Cause I can!) The only windows I have for veicheles are those old 2x4x2 light blue windscreens and their 2x6x2 cousins. The few others are just for ships, but this is a car. And I don't have a clue. I want it sleek and not blocky. Those old windows will make it too blocky if i'm not mistaken.


You might consider what pieces you've got in black. The heavily tinted window thing can look pretty good with futuristic vehicles. Just a thought.


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| October 4, 2010, 7:44 pm
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Hey, Caboose -

Here's a good example of a futuristic MOC (in this case, a ship) that used opaque - or non-transparent - pieces for the windscreen.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/legohaulic/3019431463/in/faves-22824835@N05/

Definitely more effective than if he'd have gone with transparents or just a standard windscreen element.

(The builder, by the way, is Tyler Clites...if you've got time, check out his other stuff. He's AMAZING!)


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| October 5, 2010, 7:32 am
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Quoting Caboose :D
Dang! His stuff is good! Can you give me a link to his homepage so I can add him as a fav?


I can give you his Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/legohaulic/

He no longer has an account on MOCpages, as far as I'm aware. I tried doing a search for him, and didn't have any luck.

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| October 5, 2010, 4:02 pm
Quoting Caboose :D
Is this him? http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/1064

Yep. It is. I recognize that Warthog. BTW, it used an opaque windshield!
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| October 5, 2010, 5:30 pm
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Quoting Caboose :D
Is this him? http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/1064


Yep, there ya go.
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| October 5, 2010, 10:20 pm
Hey Mark, I have a preview of the set for episode 1, the main character, and some random figs here: But really only pat attention the set. What do you think? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/230234
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| October 9, 2010, 1:54 pm
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
Hey Mark, I have a preview of the set for episode 1, the main character, and some random figs here: But really only pat attention the set. What do you think? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/230234


Alright, so far so good...*narrows eyes*...now let's see what you can do from this point! Hmm? Huh? Heh?

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| October 9, 2010, 11:13 pm
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Quoting Fruity Toucan
What do you think of this MOC, Mark.
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/229925


Gotta say, I rather enjoyed that one. Liked the idea for the post. I'd offer more advice, but seeing as how we're both doomed any minute now, I guess there's no point! ;-)
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| October 9, 2010, 11:15 pm
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! I'm sorry its so late but... well I actually have no excuse. Enjoy life and legos! Keep on brickin', sir!
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| October 11, 2010, 12:14 am
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Quoting Lt. John Harland
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! I'm sorry its so late but... well I actually have no excuse. Enjoy life and legos! Keep on brickin', sir!


LOL! Thanks so much, Harland! Ya know, most at my age don't want to think about birthdays, but I LOVE it! I mean, seriously, it's annual excuse to get more Lego, right? My God, what's not to love about that!!!! Hauled in all but one of the new Harry Potter sets AND scored a BL order...yeah, baby!

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| October 11, 2010, 8:05 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

LOL! Thanks so much, Harland! Ya know, most at my age don't want to think about birthdays, but I LOVE it! I mean, seriously, it's annual excuse to get more Lego, right? My God, what's not to love about that!!!! Hauled in all but one of the new Harry Potter sets AND scored a BL order...yeah, baby!

Awesome! Happy Birthday, man!

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| October 11, 2010, 8:08 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

LOL! Thanks so much, Harland! Ya know, most at my age don't want to think about birthdays, but I LOVE it! I mean, seriously, it's annual excuse to get more Lego, right? My God, what's not to love about that!!!! Hauled in all but one of the new Harry Potter sets AND scored a BL order...yeah, baby!

I'll chip in my two cents. Hope you have a great birthday! And you're right. Just a good excuse to buy Lego.
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| October 11, 2010, 8:50 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

LOL! Thanks so much, Harland! Ya know, most at my age don't want to think about birthdays, but I LOVE it! I mean, seriously, it's annual excuse to get more Lego, right? My God, what's not to love about that!!!! Hauled in all but one of the new Harry Potter sets AND scored a BL order...yeah, baby!

You get gifts or you just buy more? Happy birthday!
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| October 11, 2010, 8:54 am
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Quoting BobaFett 2
You get gifts or you just buy more? Happy birthday!


Well, being the pragmatic sort of individual that I am...I do BOTH, you see. Like this coming Christmas...

I'll put every set in the known universe on my wish list, and then what doesn't come wrapped in pretty paper with a bow, then comes a few weeks later from the Lego store, wrapped in cardboard with a postal label (thanks to my other favorite form of plastic - the credit card!). ;-) It's a win/win situation!

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| October 12, 2010, 8:13 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Well, being the pragmatic sort of individual that I am...I do BOTH, you see. Like this coming Christmas...

I'll put every set in the known universe on my wish list, and then what doesn't come wrapped in pretty paper with a bow, then comes a few weeks later from the Lego store, wrapped in cardboard with a postal label (thanks to my other favorite form of plastic - the credit card!). ;-) It's a win/win situation!


Haha, and then comes the magical credit card debt when you realize you just bought one too many star wars UCS sets.
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| October 12, 2010, 8:14 am
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Quoting BobaFett 2

Haha, and then comes the magical credit card debt when you realize you just bought one too many star wars UCS sets.


What do you mean by debt?...wait...you mean I have to eventually PAY for what I put on the card?!!

(okay, kids - joking! Credit card debt's become such a serious issue that my concience can't even allow me to joke about it without a hint of guilt here.)

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| October 12, 2010, 8:53 pm
Is this where I should post it? It's probably not against the rules, though. But since you asked... http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/90456
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| October 15, 2010, 10:04 pm
I would like to know what you think of some one who customizes. Not poor looking clones, but I mean some cutting and stuff like that. I really need to do that for historical accuracy, like a Dragoon Helmet. I would need to cut off the large end of a Firefighter's helmet, and glue some fuzzy felt onto it. What would you think of that? It's not like I would be doing a lot of it. Only when needed for Historical accurateness.
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| October 17, 2010, 11:47 am
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Quoting Minifig Maniac
Is this where I should post it? It's probably not against the rules, though. But since you asked... http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/90456


Yep, perfectly legal post. I actually enjoyed seeing his collection. Nevertheless, thanks for keeping your eyes peeled, and keep up the good work! Thanks!

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| October 17, 2010, 6:20 pm
How do you manage your time without letting MocPages become too addicting? I find it difficult when I have my legos out to not get distracted from other things I'm supposed to be doing...
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| October 17, 2010, 6:23 pm
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Quoting Matthew Novosad
I would like to know what you think of some one who customizes. Not poor looking clones, but I mean some cutting and stuff like that. I really need to do that for historical accuracy, like a Dragoon Helmet. I would need to cut off the large end of a Firefighter's helmet, and glue some fuzzy felt onto it. What would you think of that? It's not like I would be doing a lot of it. Only when needed for Historical accurateness.


I personally don't have a problem with cutting a piece or two, and I've done it a few times myself. My only personal rule is that whatever alteration I make to the piece, it has to go into a "customs" drawer and be usable for other MOCs beyond the one that I altered it for. (For example, I'll cut a hose to the needed length, but I'll always make it a specific number of studs long so it still fits the Lego standard)

I also make it a point not to use more than one or two custom pieces per MOC. Part of what building with Lego is about, is the limitations of the medium. If you customize too much, it starts to negate the whole point.

So, short answer...I don't mind it, but I don't like to see people getting too carried away with it.


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| October 17, 2010, 6:25 pm
Quoting Mark Kelso

I personally don't have a problem with cutting a piece or two, and I've done it a few times myself. My only personal rule is that whatever alteration I make to the piece, it has to go into a "customs" drawer and be usable for other MOCs beyond the one that I altered it for. (For example, I'll cut a hose to the needed length, but I'll always make it a specific number of studs long so it still fits the Lego standard)

I also make it a point not to use more than one or two custom pieces per MOC. Part of what building with Lego is about, is the limitations of the medium. If you customize too much, it starts to negate the whole point.

So, short answer...I don't mind it, but I don't like to see people getting too carried away with it.


Yeah, it's the one firefighter helmet I have but I need a Dragoon Helemt, it'll be useful here after. More British coolness.
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| October 17, 2010, 7:51 pm
I dunno if you know or not, but since Chris is on vacation, I should ask you.

Do you have an idea of when the next mocpages contest is going to be?
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| October 19, 2010, 8:41 pm
Quoting Joe P _
MocAthon... for sure... no doubts... really... I am...

nooooo

I was a burden to my team last year. HAHA

I hope I won't be this year.
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| October 19, 2010, 8:49 pm
Quoting Joe P _
Hey,
I didn't do it last year.
PS- Tsk Tsk, ma boi :P

I started almost all of my builds. Didn't finish one. :P
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| October 19, 2010, 8:56 pm
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Quoting Sushi Rice
I dunno if you know or not, but since Chris is on vacation, I should ask you.

Do you have an idea of when the next mocpages contest is going to be?


There actually isn't an official MOCpages contest. Chris' contests are the closest thing we have to that, given their scale and popularity however, and as stated above, he's planning on the MOCathalon competition once again.

Actually there are contests going on all of the time...check the "Across MOCpages" page for more.

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| October 20, 2010, 8:54 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

There actually isn't an official MOCpages contest. Chris' contests are the closest thing we have to that, given their scale and popularity however, and as stated above, he's planning on the MOCathalon competition once again.

Actually there are contests going on all of the time...check the "Across MOCpages" page for more.


Well, Chris' contests is what I meant. Thanks!

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| October 20, 2010, 9:43 am
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