brickbuilder, on 11 October 2010 - 09:52 PM, said:
Thanks 'Brickdoctor'. Here's the link to my new Brickshelf account: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=448207
Also in the last picture, I tried a different air intake. Thanks for checking out my MOC guys!
By the way, on Brickshelf, the user name 'brickbuilder' was taken, so I'm 'brickbuilder99'.
Oh yeah, forget to tell you, on Brickshelf, you can only upload LEGO-specific photos, and your folders have to be moderated before they're open to the public. If you want us to be able to see those pics, you'll have to deeplink them. For that, see this topic
. Note that the forum's been update since that turorial, so the interface looks a little different, but you should be able to figure it out. If you want immediate access for everyone, you'll have to use another service like Flickr. There's also MOCpages
, which has an extremely easy-to-use interface, lots of extras like comments, favorites, popularity ranks (also known as 'Like-its'), and groups, but it's very, very slow for people without good Internet, it's frequently spammed by little kids who use it, and it's chock full of other kids who have terrible web ad posting conduct. MOCpages will also reduce your image to 800x600, and you might see a drop in image quality. Personally, I use all three. Brickshelf holds my critical high-res or detail-dependant photos that I have lots of, like for reviews. MOCpages has all the MOCs, with more pictures since it let's me use full HTML and lots of text, with multiple pics per post. Flickr hosts the main photo of all my MOCs, with links to MOCpages, since Flickr is the primary image hosting service that AFOLs look at, like on FBTB or The Brother's Brick.