jotta93

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  1. jotta93

    Caterpillar 990

    It looks great, makes want to build my own!
  2. I have changed as much as others, mostly unintentionally (I only realised I had changed after looking back at my models). From too many parts to more efficient building, from original gap-full Technic to panels, from too big/small to scale modeling (sort of). One thing I've been intentionally trying to do is use different mechanisms for the same function (i.e. steering, outriggers, suspension, etc.) One thing that has not changed at all is the way I build: through the night, like 4-5 hours straight until 2 a.m. (If only I didn't had to be at work at 8 a.m. every single morning ) BTW, I think this is a very interesting topic, great idea @jorgeopesi
  3. This thing is becoming really massive ... and really interesting as well!
  4. 8288 is a great set! I played for hours and hours with it when I was a kid Contrary to you I don't own 42042 so I can't compare them, but I doubt LEGO will create a crane anytime soon since we've had 42042 and more recently 42082. I would love one though
  5. I couldn't have said it better. If you look at a MOC and think "What if I did this and changed that?" then do it. Keep building for as long as you are having fun
  6. jotta93

    Technic Pub

    @Saberwing40k I also don't get many replies in my topics (although I've only posted 2 MOCs). But I get it. I visit EB everyday and I see great models being posted here every time I come but I don't comment on them that often simply because I'm lazy When I post my MOCs I LOVE when people reply but when they don't do so it doesn't bother my because I'm sure most of them are just like me: they read the topic, they watch the videos/photos and think "That's a nice creation" and then just move on to the next one. We are just to lazy to reply to every single topic. Also, if what you are building excites you and you are happy with it, then don't pay attention to what people say about it, whether they reply or not. Remember, you like LEGO because it's fun and makes you happy. Personally, I haven't had much time to build let alone to visit EB, just 5-10 minutes every day. I doesn't mean I dislike your Kenworth, I just haven't had the time to read it yet. So don't give up, if you like it keep on building and improving it! I hope I've helped
  7. This is looking really great! I hope you don't mind but I'll possibly rob some of the ideas you implemented and use them in my demolition excavator, if I ever get to finish it
  8. Very cool, very simple, very creative, very... genius!
  9. This is coming along really nice Doug! It's always pleasing to read and learn about your unusual MOCs. Plus it has given me some ideias to use on my demolition excavator. I'm looking forward to see the finished model!
  10. jotta93

    Grum's Shed

    Hi Clive! Great to see you are back in the business! Too bad you can only build a little at the time, but, like you've said, it's better than nothing! I genuinely hope you get back to your best soon so that we can enjoy your wonderful reviews again.Take your time but remember: have fun!
  11. Thank you so much, this truly is a great MOC! I hope I'll have the time to build it some day
  12. I'm enjoying this build quite a lot. I drive through a few of these cranes everyday and I've wanted to build one for a long time. I'm glad to see such a skilled and creative builder as yourself building one. Looking forward to the final result
  13. jotta93

    Technic Pub

    I couldn't disagree more I too find it quite relaxing. And most of the time I find that I have more of the rare parts than I thought
  14. Hi Jurss Great work so far! The only thing I'm not 100% sure on is the front end, which I imagine wasn't easy to build I'll be following to see how the modifications turned out. Also, happy new year!