Welcome, friends! My name is Evan, but you can call me Evan. I'm called Beardless Dwarf pretty much everywhere else across the web so if you see a Beardless Dwarf, it's probably me but only if it has my standardized buddy icon :)
I'm a sixteen-year-old Christian Fan of LEGOŽ, living in Honduras as a Missionary with my family. I like Building LEGOŽ (der!) and skateboarding. My favorite video games are Legend of Zelda, Mass Effect, and the LEGOŽ games. My brother is on MOCPages as well. He isn't very active but he enjoys comments on his MOCs.
A little history lesson: I've been building LEGOŽ for as long as I can remember. My first set that I remember was a book with some bricks and a minifig; there were instructions for all kinds of vehicles and such. My dream was to build a giant CITY Layout with garages and gas stations and houses and banks etc. I would still like to realize this dream but we'll see.
I received many Star Wars sets when RotS came out and I still love the theme. I grew apart from my LEGOŽ bricks for a few years, playing with them every now and then but not much. When Indiana Jones came out I collected a few of those sets and grew closer to my beloved bricks. I still received a few sets every once-in-a-while (mostly Star Wars) but my interest was mostly in other things. In 2011 when Pirates of the Caribbean came out, I was instantly 'reinstated' into the LEGOŽ fandom. I was in Honduras on a missions trip at the time but when I came home in August I bought the Isla de Muerta set. I began searching on the Internet for LEGOŽ Pirates creations. I stumbled across MOCpages and I began browsing through the creations.
Now I collect pretty much any sets I can get my hands on. I mainly build minifigs in my favorite themes: LotR, Hobbit, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, Legend of Zelda, and Mass Effect.
If you read all that, you clearly have WAY too much time on your hands and need to go build something =P
But in all seriousness, thank you for taking time to read a little (maybe you think it's a lot) about me.
THANK YOU TO ALL OF MY FORTY-FOUR LAMPS!
OK so maybe you find the lamp comment a little weird but here's an explanation: Fans are always cooling things off and when thing are cooled off, they go and find the next hot thing to cool off. Lamps are always there for you, even when you're cold. In fact you even try to stay away from fans when you're cold but lamps are always useful. So thank you to all my lamps :)
So, a little about my favorite things!
Theme (current): Lord of the Rings/Hobbit
Theme: (past): BIONICLE
TV Shows: Doctor Who, Phineas and Ferb, Transformers (the original '80s cartoon (yes I still watch that)).
Movie: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
LOTR: Gandalf and Tom Bombadil
Star Wars:Mace Windu
Pirates of the Caribbean: Hector Barbossa
Transformers: Optimus Prime
BIONICLE: Kopaka Nuva
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor
Marvel Superhero: The Hulk
Marvel Supervillain: Loki
DC Superhero: Batman
DC Supervillain: The Joker
Also, be sure to check out my comic series: Quest for a Beard! Click on the picture.
Swash Buckler makes excellent dioramas. Definitely one of the best builders out there!
Admiral Varkov does some of the greatest Star Wars comics ever! Please check them out!
A P is definitely one of the best story-tellers on MOCpages. Check out his creations!
Chris Roach is probably the best G1 Transformers builder out there. You should definitely check his stuff!
I hope you enjoy my creations and I ask that if you look at one of my creations, you at least leave a rating. Think about it, if you leave a rating or a comment, you are letting me know that you exist in the world of MOCpages. I can't tell you how many pages I've visited because someone that I had never heard of commented on one of my MOCs. Seriously guys, you are helping yourself when you comment on other peoples' MOCs. Just think about it :)
73% of teenagers would cry if they saw Justin Bieber standing on top of a skyscraper about to jump. If you are the 27% sitting there with popcorn and 3D glasses, screaming "DO A BACKFLIP!" then put this on your page.