Well, I've recently been on a "building spree" since my return to MOCpages, but I'll explain that in the Commentary below. To keep you entertained, I constructed a picture-based Sentry Gun (Level 1) from Team Fortress 2. Enjoy!
About this creation
First side view.
Back view. Sorry for off-centered image.
Second side view.
The turret gun and ammunition supply can easily change direction in case of intruders approaching from behind. (Note, we are not responsible if your turret is destroyed by a disguised Spy's electro-sapper. Please keep guard and stay alert for such a cause)
Surprise! I decided to add a step-by-step picture-based build guide to construct your own Level 1 Sentry Gun (If used, please give me credit). Here are all the pieces you'll need.
Boom. You're finished! This little gadget is perfect for protecting your LEGO collection at all costs (If you've figured out how to store miniature bullets, sold separately).
Fourth Roof Commentary
"Sentry, goin' up!" ~Engineer
So, the reason I haven't uploaded any of my newest creations yet is due to the fact that I haven't taken pictures of them yet! However, I found the time to do so on this one, while building a Christmas-theme MOC (no hints), but it took me Three Failed Attempts to Upload this. Why? Due to JPG format issues.
So, first I uploaded it onto my Mac and deleted the photos off of the memory card, then I tried to upload the pictures using Firefox. Firefox kept crashing with the image uploader (which has happened rarely), so I tried Safari. The uploader wouldn't accept the format, so I (are you still here? Good.) sent the photos to myself on my email and downloaded them onto my Laptop. Yet again, I tried to upload the photos, and sure enough the uploader wouldn't accept the format. From there, I used paint to change the format of all the pictures to .PNG files, and here I am.
Well, thanks for viewing guys, I might consider building a Level 2, and possibly a Level 3 Sentry in the future. In the mean-time, I'll hang out here, continue on my next project, and stop being lazy and take pictures of my already-built creations.