One could say that we would all be better off leaving these MOCs to be forgotten.
-But on the other hand they also mark the exit from my dark ages, and some of the things that I have had to learn as an AFOL.
I hereby present my 5 worst MOCīs (so far).
A picture of my absolutly FIRST MOC after my dark ages. The picture is dated 15/7-2005.
It is clearly seen what set sparked my come-back after more than 20 years away from Lego.
As a child I had always dreamt of having red slopes, but could never aford them. Revenge is sweet!
Fascination with mini-figs.
Be still my LUNCH;
Being fascinated with the mosaics seen on internet, I had to try also. This was a NO-GO for me; I didnīt do the original artwork, and all other work was done on a computer. I was just the monkey doing the painting-by-numbers; (Sorry to everybody who likes to do mosaics)
Combining very old stored classic-lego with the new adquisitions. Unfortunatly skills does not come automatically with new sets. Endless practice is the only way (unless you īve got talent, but we dont all have that...)
-Itīs big alright, but totally ugly!
Adquiring Belleville sets for my two daughters (great excuse! ;-)
Okay, it served its purpose as a doll-house (it can be opened, and the roof comes off, and it has an interior). But the colour-combo is terrible, and my ability and control of the many new bricks is completely non-existing;
This last MOC is dated 23/9-2007. I think I have improved greatly these last two years ;-)
Another view of the same;
So, those are the 5 worst MOCīs I have on file. During this period of hard labour (in order to learn to master new techniques and pieces) I also created more successfull MOCīs which I might show. But for now the laugh is on me! :-D