FNJ used to stand for Fire Ninja Jedi. Now it stands for Functional, Novel, Just. It represents how I like to build and what I like to implement in my MOCs. At least one of the following should be in all of my builds: Functional: Make something move that is interesting. Novel: Do something different than what has been seen before in the past. Just: Make something that has meaning that is guided by the truth that I know - God's word. When I built a MOC showing something being stolen, in a future MOC I show the goods being retrieved once more - a truth was implemented.
More Ingenuity. More Creativity. More Innovation.
Those are my goals for when I build creations out of LEGO elements. I strive to become more skillful in the LEGO building hobby that I have. As they say, there is always room for improvement. Imagination sparks creativity that is seen in all of the creations that I build. And innovation is a key element to moving forward.
I'm a Christian TFOL. I've been a firm Christian all of my life. I am thankful that God gave us all the gift of creativity. I am also home-schooled.
I have played guitar for many years, now I play acoustic and/or electric guitar at my church.
96% of christian teens are afraid to proclaim their faith in Jesus Christ, put this on your page if you are one of the 4% that will.
in all things showing yourself to be a pattern of good works; in doctrine showing integrity, reverence, incorruptibility, sound speech that cannot be condemned, that one who is an opponent may be ashamed, having nothing evil to say of you.
I joined MOCpages on November 3rd, 2012.
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~ We are of one mind. We are Nerogueians ~ For Nerogue! Thanks to the 100+ people who call me a favorite!
Honorable Mentions: The Journeyman Ranger for inviting me! Imagine what I would have missed! Huge thanks! He is really good at making Bionicle creations!
David . for helping me learn new things, answering questions I have about MOCpages, and just having fun! He's a really great builder!
TX-008 1998. He is also a great builder and a good friend on MOCpages! I know him mostly from the i Brick group. He has used some power functions in his creations! He also helped me along my journey on MOCpages.
Isaac Cremer. I know him from i Brick (he is the founder)! I joined i Brick when it had 30-50 members (in November or early December; I forget). Now, i Brick has over 650 members!
Timothy Wallace. I know him from i Brick as well! It's fun making i Brick better!
Andrew the Jedi Ninja. Check out his creations! He's not as active as I am here on the pages, but at home we love playing with LEGO bricks together!
Some of my good friends here: Freeling . He's quite the builder! He started the popular Lands of Mythron group. I am privileged to be a part of the planning for the group, making it better, and making it popular! Freeling is just a fun guy all around wherever he is!
Michael Kringe. Michael is a Lord of the Rings enthusiastic and a great builder! He normally hangs out in the Fellowship of the Brick. He is a kind friend!
A Sargent. He is definitely a contest organizer! He's started quite a few contests, most (if not all) are well run. He is a kind person and will have a conversation with you if you're around where he is.
Evan 'Beardless Dwarf' Botkin. Evan is a big fan of customizing LEGO minifigures. Even though I'm not into that sort of thing, he's still a great person to talk to and get to know!
Michael K. Michael is a fun all around guy! He enjoys building Star Wars MOCs.
Garrett A. Garrett can talk to you whenever! He likes building Bionicle MOCs, and does he have some awesome ones at that!