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  1. Cumulonimbus

    [HELP] Eternal WIPs

    I finally have some time on my hands to continue my WIPs but I am confronted with a huge amount of unfinished work. My MOC list contains dozens of Technic projects, ranging from nearly finished to just an idea. I heard the saying here that MOC is never truly finished, but I have some difficulty in reaching a satisfactory result in my projects: I typically grind to a halt when bumping into a problem I can’t immediately solve. I put the project aside at this point in search for inspiration, but this small delay often turns into weeks and months (in some case even years). In other words, I’m a great starter of Technic projects, not so great at actually completing them. When this happens in my professional life, there is always external pressure in the form of a project leader or deadline to push me over the bump. In MOCing however, it is just me. This leads me to my questions to you, fellow MOCers: Do you recognize the lack of motivation/energy to finish a MOC? If so, do you have tricks, methods, deadlines, etc to continue and actually finish? (related to B) Do you find that the community helps you in continuing your build process, for example with a WIP thread on a forum? Very curious about your experiences and tips.
  2. vinchente000

    Updates about me :)

    Hello :) I realized I have not been active in this community a lot lately, mainly due to the fact that my motivation is basically at 0%. Weirdly I have so much free time that I feel down all the time and bored. Suffering the most is my Lego blog as it just started to heat up a bit and I do want to continue with it. Also I want to be more active in this community that has tons of nice people that are awesome :D Anyhow, have a great day fellow afol's http://legovincent.blogspot.de/2016/05/update-time.html