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LCC Global Contest entry

Postby krzyzak » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:49 pm

Seeing that many others have built much better builds, I don't think I stand a chance at winning. I did want to get some points, so I threw something together. :D

After successfully robbing a cart of it's beer and food, Bruno hosts a feast at a friend's house. He invites all his partners in crime and the men drink the day away.
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Re: LCC Global Contest entry

Postby Blego7 » Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:06 pm

Hey mate, not bad at all! :D
Firstly, you shouldn't build to win, build to improve, support your team, and most importantly, have fun!

Regarding the build, the #1 priority for any build should be the presentation and the photography. An amazing MOC will slip through the cracks if it is poorly photographed. Photographing in bright lighting with a steady hand/tripod would really improve things.

Still, from what I can see, I really like the activity and festivity that is going on. Great work! :)
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Re: LCC Global Contest entry

Postby ZacharyIslazy » Mon May 14, 2012 2:22 am

I'd have to agree with Blake on this one pretty much. I can see your improving, which shows true signs of a great builder. You can never stop improving your craft. Some of my older MOCs were, well, awful :lol: But once you get that spark of inspiration and start to build, well that's really what Lego is about to me. So I'd say you keep on perfecting your "craft."

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