Bluesecrets wrote:Never underestimate your building. EVER. You build for you. For the fun. For the happy. For the joy. Don't bother to compare yourself with anyone, because it is a HOBBY and for fun. Seriously...don't leave because you feel like you aren't good enough.
There is a thread or two somewhere in the forums where a lot of us posted our first builds. Embarrassing as they might be to us now, they show promise. See here:
No one ever feels they are good enough. That is fact and reality. People see their flaws in everything they build. They wish they would have done things different.
Build for the fun. Don't have a lot of bricks? Build vigs. It doesn't take a huge amount of bricks to build.
But if you feel you must, well then I'm sorry you didn't have a chance to hear from the large number of people around who would tell you exactly what I just did.
theboywarrior wrote:Sad to see you go. You really did well with what you have, and trust me, your selection of parts, at least minifigs, is far more extensive that mine, as I have no sets older than '96. (aside from one, but no matter) As the others have said, don't build for others, build for you! Let me say that you will be missed, and I hope you keep on building. You show plenty of promise. And if you feel you are not needed, just look at my title!
mencot wrote:oh your leaving, because there has really been an improvement in your building skills and has been really fun to have you around. But I understand your points, Legos are really expensive and that you want and need to save up on more important things in life. I myself stop collecting and building Legos when I was 13 and rediscoverd them through my kids again. Not saying this is the way to go, because I missed out on many cool stuff.
But keep bricking and take care, wish you the best.
Seeing you around sometimes man.