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MOC called Space Training HQ

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Hello everyone,

I'm new to this so apologies if i'm inputting incorrectly!

This is my latest MOC called Space Training HQ which can be found on Lego Ideas.

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Thanks for all your help Eurobricks

BrickCaddy

 

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Welcome to EB, BrickCaddy!

Per site guidelines, posting to promote Ideas submissions is prohibited, though posting to share your MOC and then noting & linking to the Ideas page is OK.

This does look like an interesting project and I'd like to see more, so be aware that the paperclip/upload option on Eurobricks is only for very small images to be used in your signature line here on the board.  You only get 100K total, so even 1 regular image probably pushed you to the limit of available space.  For sharing photos of MOCs, etc., you'll want to use a 3rd party service and I think most folks would recommend Flickr.

Here's a tutorial on linking/embedding Flickr images in your posts: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/97921-flickr-tutorial/

Happy building!

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14 hours ago, deraven said:

Welcome to EB, BrickCaddy!

Per site guidelines, posting to promote Ideas submissions is prohibited, though posting to share your MOC and then noting & linking to the Ideas page is OK.

This does look like an interesting project and I'd like to see more, so be aware that the paperclip/upload option on Eurobricks is only for very small images to be used in your signature line here on the board.  You only get 100K total, so even 1 regular image probably pushed you to the limit of available space.  For sharing photos of MOCs, etc., you'll want to use a 3rd party service and I think most folks would recommend Flickr.

Here's a tutorial on linking/embedding Flickr images in your posts: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/97921-flickr-tutorial/

Happy building!

Thank you Deraven for your response. I take on board all your comments and will check out Flickr. Thanks.

 

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