dyntar wrote:Do the raised baseplates count as big pieces? I only have 2 raised plates and one is only used for the set it came with. I'm trying to do something with the other.. but its very restrictive.
Do people actually create MOCs with raised baseplates or are the basically useless outside of the set they came with?
Count Blacktron wrote:Raised baseplates are one of my favorite challenging pieces to use for MOCing. Whether it is a Town or Castle creation it is a lot of fun to incorporate them into the design as a piece of hilly landscape or the foundation of a hill-fort. 75 degree inverse slopes are necessary if you intend to have your structure creep up the baseplate. I like them so much I have a couple of file cabinet drawers just for my wide assortment as they are a real draw and guilty pleasure for me.
Ye Olde Republic wrote:I think we all understand the meaning of the phrase "guns don't kill people, people kill people". While not even close to the same thing, the message can also be applied to 'big pieces' of LEGO...it's not the pieces themselves, it's how a builder chooses to use them. Take from that, what you will.
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