ZORK64

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  • Birthday 05/31/1987

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  1. ZORK64

    [MOC] Brutus, The Warlord

    Galidor pieces? What is this madness? Jokes aside, it's amazing how well that torso fits with the rest of the MOC. I never got my hands on any Galidor sets, so I know next to nothing about it.
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    LQ-84i "Blade Wolf"

    This looks pretty cool. I think it's a solid adaptation of its video game counterpart. I like the complex torso and the clever head design the most.
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    Duoso

    Very cool looking build. Both the design and the colors remind me of the Zerg from Starcraft and the Tyranids from Warhammer 40.000.
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    [MOC] Archimedes

    Very cool, I like the unorthodox design of his body and head.
  5. I second Onepu's observations. Also, Discord is a good suggestion, since I've been already using it for over a year now, but haven't thought of looking for MOCists over there.
  6. I see. Man, I haven't been to MOCpages in ages, so I didn't knew how the community evolved. I do remember some very good builds over there, but I get what you mean. I might be guilty of this as well with some of my older builds. Speaking of communities, what do you think of ReBrick? I've been thinking about moving my MOCs over there, should I ever get active in the MOCing scene again, mostly because the last time I tried to upload something on MOCpages it was quite a hassle.
  7. Very nice build, I like how the shoulders look in particular. But what do you mean with it being "MOCpages"?
  8. ZORK64

    REVIEW: 21311 LEGO® IDEAS Voltron

    Thanks for this great review! As I mentioned in the discussion about the set itself, I only discovered Voltron a few years ago, but both the original and the reboot grew very quickly on me. This set is a bit too expensive for my liking, but it looks very impressive.
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    LEGO® Ideas 21311 Voltron

    I live in Germany, and I "re-discovered" Voltron a few years ago (pretty sure I already watched it once back then when it was on TV, but I confused it for a Saber Rider sequel) thanks to a hilarious new German dub by Anime House. I'm also a huge fan of the new series on Netflix. The price tag kind of turns me off, but otherwise, that set looks pretty awesome.
  10. I haven't build my new Vader yet, but it's good to know this. Since he's going to replace version 1 in the showcase, poor leg articluation won't bother me that much. It's unfortunate, but not a deal breaker for me.
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    Future Constraction Lines

    That's a good point. Star Wars Constraction has to compete with a lot of other Star Wars-related merchandising, not only LEGO products, but action figures as well. As a fan of both Star Wars and constraction, I had no qualms getting 2 versions of Vader, Boba Fett and a Stormie right away (plus two more sets on sale). But as someone who isn't as big on constraction as I am, action figures or minifigis of these characters would suffice as well.
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    Little Set Tweaks

    Same here, though I ususally keep this change to my MOCs. I seldom keep actual sets to mod them.
  13. ZORK64

    Future Constraction Lines

    Whoops, you're right there of course. The fact that I have Boba Fett (still in his box though) makes this extra-awkward.
  14. ZORK64

    [Galidor Category B] Jens

    I see. I did figure out you were using Mixel Joint sockets, but I was curious wether you found a way to attach a ball joint that still allows for more poseability or alternatively sacrificed some poseability for the sake of stability.
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    [Galidor Category B] Jens

    Looks very cool! How did you built the knee joints though? I can't really figure out how they work, assuming that the knee can bend at a 90° angle...