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  1. rodiziorobs

    [Moc] The Council of Wizards

    Normally I'm not a fan of loose bricks--i.e. its a pet peeve of mine when people just spread blue studs around and call it 'water'--but the lower pavilion with the wizards, where you just kind of loosely arranged the grey slopes on their sides? It looks wonderful. The effect is that it extends the scene freely, building it out in a purposeful way. I'm surprised both by how effective it is and how much I like it. Oh, and the rest of the architecture is fantastic as well. Thanks for sharing!
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    The Windmill

    Great use of color, and the curved/conical shape of the roof is very appealing! I will keep that technique in mind for my own future creations, thanks for sharing
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    (MOC) The Elvan Seaport of Elvadion

    Elves has to be my favorite TLG-generated theme from recent years, and your build here is a great extension of the theme with several unique additions to it. Great work, thanks for sharing
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    [MOC] 03's Viper fighter

    Great work integrating all of the technic/bionicle pieces, but most of all, I love that you used a technic figure! Also, I'm practically drooling over the metallic silver. This is a great piece to me, I love it!
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    [MOC] Vintage Computer Room

    The whole scene, down to the lighting, is so spot-on, I can practically hear the printer buzzing! Really great creation here.
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    [MOC] Pink Floyd - The Division Bell

    I enjoyed this particular recreation, particularly that you were a little loose in the interpretation. It is instantly recognizable and I think, especially given the soirce material, that the simplicity works in its favor, rather than being slavish to every detail.
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    What was the last movie you watched?

    Into the Spiderverse, finally, and now I can't get "Spidey Bells" out of my head. What a gorgeous, incredible movie. I'll give it to Lord and Miller, they know how to run the gamut from subtle background jabs to in-your-face absurdity, while hitting some deep and sincere emotional beats along the way.
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    [MOC] The Little Red Raptor Hood

    This is wonderful. Just that one picture tells the whole story. Thanks for sharing, good luck!
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    Review: Creator Expert 10269 Harley-Davidson

    Excellent review! I love that you went out and talked to people about it, it seems like such a nobly nerdy thing to do. I'm not much into motorcycles, but when this hit my inbox this morning I was excited. I was worried it would be end up costing $$$$$, but at $100 it seems attainable. My biggest issue is, like the review said, the front fork is too chunky and wide. But the rest of it really matches the look and angles of the real thing. Despite my having no connection to the source material, I really like this model. Time to set a new ebay search I guess.
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    PAB Cups: What Did You Get?

    (***Reads post, frantically plans urgent trip to local store***)
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    DC Comics Cinematic Universe

    I generally agree with this, but the trailers make this seem like not-your-typical comic book movie; I think that will work in this movie's favor, especially where it doesn't seem to be tied to any other movie continuity. That being said, it also doesn't look like my kind of movie, so I won't be seeing it anyway. - - - - - In a separate note, I saw this short clip of some behind-the-scenes problem solving on Shazam! put together by the director. It's short, informative, and entertaining: Sandberg's wit is sharp and quick.
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    What was the last movie you watched?

    In recent weeks I have seen Captain Marvel (it was ok), Aquaman again, this time with the kids (who loved it), and a couple of Nic Cage's Disney flicks, also with the kids, and Da Vinci Code (not with the kids).
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    Thanos Bust

    It's the inevitable Muppet/Marvel crossover event we've all been waiting for...! I like it
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    [MOC] Better 76022 Sentinel

    Yeah, the original was very...lackluster. Not bad necessarily, but not great. Personally I think those pieces for the fingers are too big, but your other choices are the part the original used, or its counterpart with the tube ending, so what you have is probably the best. The knees and shoulders on yours are a huge improvement. I'd echo the comment above about the thighs--would it work better to use the ball joint pieces on a double-sided snot brick, pointed downwards? That way you'd avoid needing a 2x gap between the legs, without altering the overall proportion at all. Overall, though, a great start at a smaller size sentinel.
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    Tails's Racecar [Team Sonic Racing]

    I'd say you got the look pretty close, and no it doesn't suck Matching those curved shapes is tricky, but you've done a great job!