DaleDVM wrote:I just hope that I planned better and nothing falls apart like the disaster that happened last year! It was so depressing I didn't even get to talk with anyone as I spent the whole time rebuilding.
JCool wrote:There seemed to be a decent amount of castle stuff at the show... but is there a reason it was so spread out instead of organized into one general area?
Crazylegoman wrote:JCool wrote:There seemed to be a decent amount of castle stuff at the show... but is there a reason it was so spread out instead of organized into one general area?
The way that Brickworld is organized can sometimes cause people to want to put all their MOC's on their own MOC tables instead of putting them into the collaborative displays. Even though most creations are based on a specific theme, Brickworld tries to be theme neutral as far as where attendees display their stuff.
Bruce N H wrote:Hey guys,
Who made the massive Neuschwanstein MOC?
Blueandwhite wrote:Honestly, I find this approach very disappointing. Conventions are the one place where we have hundreds of AFOLs coming together to display their works in a single event. It seems unfortunate not to try and make a more cohesive showing. Perhaps it's just me, but it seems that most older conventions placed a greater emphasis on display cohesiveness. Yes, there are recent conventions with some fantastic castle displays, however most events seem to focus on individual MOCs rather than a single large layout. Even though I'm not a huge fan of the CCC (Classic Castle City) standard, I still prefer seeing one large display over seeing a bunch of MOCs sitting separately on different tables. Honestly, I can look at a plethora of stand-alone MOCs by searching brickshelf or flickr. Events are the one place where we as AFOLs can actually see a kingdom of bricks established which makes things very exciting.
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