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ESLC - Eric Sophie's Lego Creations - Legomaster Graphic Art
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"Legomaster" is just a nic-name. I am just a person who loves building.
I am an AFOL from New Jersey. I teach Lego Building Classes for a living.
Join me this Summer at the Kids Kingdom events in New Jersey.



My Brickshelf Gallery:
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?m=Legomaster

My Exhibits Gallery:
http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=5364

My LUGNET Member Pages:
http://www.lugnet.com/~1051/

My Gallery on the Mecha Hub:
http://www.mechahub.com/index.php?option=com_gallery2&Itemid=35&g2_itemId=51671
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Visit me on MySpace (blog):
http://www.myspace.com/legomaster

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Legomaster on The Loud Idiots (4/24/08)



What do you think?




 I made it 
  February 8, 2009
Quoting Daniel Gran Your work is truly amazing, like many others have said before me. But who cares, it's always nice to hear it. Got a question, though, regarding Jama. I know you don't have it here on MOCpages, but I was wondering how you are able to overcome the weight from the arms and still make them moveable and also with motors? I'm having a lot of trouble with this with my humanoid. The axles and gears aren't strong enough and keep bending and breaking, especially the shoulder joint when you want the arms to move outwards. Anyways, great work! Jama is my favorite of all your creations!
Hello Sir, nice to meet you. Thank you for the kind compliments! So you have a question about Jama? Are you ready for the answers?!! I want you to study this photo, then we can begin talking about how to make it work for your model. You have a lot of stud less Technic so there will be some differences in the application. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=2392871 Let me know when you are ready!
 I like it 
  February 4, 2009
Your work is truly amazing, like many others have said before me. But who cares, it's always nice to hear it. Got a question, though, regarding Jama. I know you don't have it here on MOCpages, but I was wondering how you are able to overcome the weight from the arms and still make them moveable and also with motors? I'm having a lot of trouble with this with my humanoid. The axles and gears aren't strong enough and keep bending and breaking, especially the shoulder joint when you want the arms to move outwards. Anyways, great work! Jama is my favorite of all your creations!
 I made it 
  January 25, 2009
Quoting Xiazeran . Like you've also heard from numerous builders, I renember that LEGO magazine issue with you in it.. And seeing some of your creations on brickshelf lately had made me wonder if you were that crazy AFOL with godlike dexterity that I read of so many years ago. And now that you've posted things on Mocpages, I can finally tell you how much those few pages in that periodical had inspired my building. And certaintly, Keep it up!
Aww, hey thanks. That's means a lot. I hope to build something new soon. I just have to sort the parts from my last project. I did some today. I am almost done!
 I made it 
  January 25, 2009
Quoting Matt S. I remember when I saw my first real mechs, it was in a lego club magazine in the advetisment for the Brickmaster magazines. And there was an interview with you and pictures of some of your awesome mechas. I tried for some time to find more pictures but at the time I didn't even know who made them. That was like 4 years ago, when I found your brickshelf around a year ago I was one happy camper.
Hey Matt, thank you for telling me about your memory. I was very happy to have my models featured along with other fellow Mecha Builders in the Brick Masters Magazine. I went to the LEGO HQ in Enfield Ct., and they took me to their company store and let me go wild! What an experience! Edit: I have to say, I am very grateful to LEGO that the Bricks Masters Magazine editions, helped inspire people to build by including builders like me. (regular guy Lego builder guy); In the following issues, we got to see amazing creations from lots of LEGO Fans from all over!
Eric Sophie
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masterchief 1
  January 22, 2009
Maybe I should hire you. (If I had adout a gazilion pounds!)
 I made it 
  January 22, 2009
Quoting Mark Kelso This post is my introduction to your work, and WOW! Just stunning creations. I'm really glad you decided to post here on MOCpages, many thanks. And now if you'll excuse me, it's time to go check out your Brickshelf account! Great stuff!!!
My sincere thanks! Like wise, I have enjoyed seeing your work and I find it completely awesome! I take special note with your presentation. I just love seeing your creations and graphics. Keep in touch!
 I like it 
  January 22, 2009
This post is my introduction to your work, and WOW! Just stunning creations. I'm really glad you decided to post here on MOCpages, many thanks. And now if you'll excuse me, it's time to go check out your Brickshelf account! Great stuff!!!
 I made it 
  January 22, 2009
Quoting Crimso Giger If I were rich, I bought them all. Your work is really impressive. Do you know the "Zoids" toys (biomechanical monsters and dinosaurs, released in the eighties). Some of your MOCs reminds me theses fabulous models. Hope to see more MOCs soon !
Sure I remember Zoids! I have some of them when I was a kid. I still have one of the head units some where, they look like little ships on their own. I am considering my next creation, check back!
 I made it 
  January 22, 2009
Quoting masterchief 1 Maybe I should hire you. (If I had adout a gazilion pounds!)
I don't come cheap, just under a gazillion million trillion pounds. What a bargin.
 I made it 
  January 22, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang Awesome job! It's hard to believe that you can even make so many big mechs. You know how much of a mecha fan I am, and this looks gret. It's only hard to tell if it's Bionicle or standard LEGO. Keep up the good work. BTW: I haven't been posting lately because I got addicted to Armored Core 4 and have to do finals in school, I'll be posting a new MOC soon finally. Brick you! ~Phong Chang
Thank you, I use all sorts or Technic parts when I build my Mechs. You have a pass because I heard that is a good game. You are a great mecha builder! So come back and post your new mechs when you are ready!
 I made it 
  January 22, 2009
Quoting Elite Marshal Katana b^_^d
Hee hee :) (: hee hee
  January 22, 2009
I remember when I saw my first real mechs, it was in a lego club magazine in the advetisment for the Brickmaster magazines. And there was an interview with you and pictures of some of your awesome mechas. I tried for some time to find more pictures but at the time I didn't even know who made them. That was like 4 years ago, when I found your brickshelf around a year ago I was one happy camper.
 I like it 
  January 22, 2009
b^_^d
 I like it 
  January 22, 2009
Awesome job! It's hard to believe that you can even make so many big mechs. You know how much of a mecha fan I am, and this looks gret. It's only hard to tell if it's Bionicle or standard LEGO. Keep up the good work. BTW: I haven't been posting lately because I got addicted to Armored Core 4 and have to do finals in school, I'll be posting a new MOC soon finally. Brick you! ~Phong Chang
 I like it 
  January 22, 2009
If I were rich, I bought them all. Your work is really impressive. Do you know the "Zoids" toys (biomechanical monsters and dinosaurs, released in the eighties). Some of your MOCs reminds me theses fabulous models. Hope to see more MOCs soon !
 
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