General Magma

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  1. Rules and tips for selling MOC instructions?

    Thank you, I shall try it there. Also, you (and anyone else (is/)) are free to purchase a manual off of me, or to first have a peek at the list of parts, if you wish.
  2. Rules and tips for selling MOC instructions?

    Mhm, fair enough. And I don't think it's cracked, upon feeling it it just seems to be some kind of mark that I had't noticed up until now.
  3. Rules and tips for selling MOC instructions?

    Fair ideas, I'll look into it in any case. I've never really used LDD before, so I made the instructions by taking pictures (using my DSLR camera) of the build step by step, showing the actual pieces and I felt that was an appropriate way of clearly showing what goes where, etc. - a little sample chunk out of a page: https://gyazo.com/63d4c5d2a678816d01014a389464ed08
  4. [MOC] Triceratops

    Just a heads-up to all, instructions are now available for a small fee! Check out more info here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/43303352@N02/32241819684/in/dateposted/
  5. Hey all, I have recently, after hours of work on it, completed the instruction manual (+ parts list) for my Triceratops dinosaur MOC that was requested by a group of people, but I'm looking for extra places to offer it to people who may be interested and I am now wondering what the rules on Eurobricks are for the sale of MOC instructions. Does this have to go into the Marketplace, or can they be offered in their respective forum, AKA the same subforum I post my dinosaur MOCs in, generally? It would be nice to know exactly what I can and can't do just to make sure the rules are still adhered to. For those interested, this is the Triceratops dino MOC in question: https://www.flickr.com/photos/43303352@N02/32241819684/in/dateposted/ On top of that, any tips you may have for the sale of such instructions would be more than welcome. With this, I'm hoping to give some of my designs to people in the community while also enabling them to support me at the same time so I can continue funding my art ventures, which includes the Dino Project. ~ GM
  6. I am doing all I can to save up for a graphics tablet for future career-related requirements as well as one of my greater aspirations, and I've found that selling a good chunk of my collection that I am no longer using will definitely help me be propelled closer to that goal. I have quite a lot of BrickWarriors pieces that I once bought for a planned project that was later scrapped and there's quite a bit of value attached to that and I'm hoping to be able to make someone else happy with it. If anyone would be interested in lots of different BrickWarriors pieces, mainly medieval & fantasy themed items, or if anybody knows of a place where such third party itemese for LEGO can be sold, please let me know, since I'm trying to find as many ways to get the money I'm in need of by doing this. I'll add some pictures to the first post tomorrow, but in the meantime, all interested may drop me a message or post a comment here. ~ GM
  7. Good idea, I'd just cut out the part where the body is visible, though, and replace it with one of those muscle torsos.
  8. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    R2-D2 buildable polybag is the May the 4th 'minifig'? Are they really going to break tradition here? Oh well.
  9. [MOC] Ankylosaurus

    Thank you and you're welcome, of course!
  10. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    I hope this means that all of those figures will receive more advanced printing. Would be awesome. Anyway, already scarce on money, I need to start pumping up some gold for this, but, awesome!
  11. [MOC] Parasaurolophus

    Thank you, everybody! I'm glad you like them. For those who haven't seen it yet, the newest one - the Ankylosaurus - has been up for a few days now, and I'm also happy to see all three have been blogged by The Brothers Brick.
  12. [MOC] Ankylosaurus

    Honoured that all three dinosaurs have been blogged by The Brothers Brick! http://www.brothers-brick.com/2017/04/05/gentle-giants-jurassic-era/
  13. [MOC] Ankylosaurus

    Thank you! I'm glad to hear that. :-)
  14. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    As I predicted. No dual molding on Bossk, thus making the figure look unnecessarily outdated in this day and age. The norm for Star Wars minifigures, it seems, even though dual molding happens on some other (smaller) themes in abundance... And of course! Extra detailed Star Wars minifigures with arm printing... only available in overly expensive UCS sets that, once bought, render the rest of your pilots incompatible. I'm finding these money-raking tricks a bit dirty. Plenty of other themes get arm printing and even dual molding all around even in small sets, but for Star Wars, it's made exclusive to only the most expensive sets...