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After another stealing of @brunojj1 McLaren I start thinking "How Instruction designers can protect themselves" from MOC thiefs? What do you think about instruction crowdfunding? Nothing can save us from chinese copycats and stealed MOCs, but such thing as crowdfunding can guarantee a minimal fixed reward for experienced builder, for example, designer can make quality instruction if at least 50 buyers can vote for it an pay real money at CF platfrom. So getting minimal but sensible reward can save from disappointment, when fakers release a set only 1 month after you release instruction. More of that, I sell instruction (of course pay to authour) at my site of one technic AFOL (he know that), and I mark every PDF with buyer's email. This can not save from professional thiefs, but at least customer will be more careful with IP. Share you thoughts
Hello everyone ! I'm looking for an expositor for my Ferrari Lego set 8157 and I think this forum is the right place where to find a suggestion. My aim is obviously to protect it from dust. It is quite a big model that's why I'm facing some problem finding a good and not so expensive expositor. The sizes are: 65.2 x 38.4 x 9.6 cm (246 x 151 x 38 inches) And here are some other details: http://alpha.brickli...ge?S=8157-1#T=I Thanks in advance for any answers !
Greetings all! You may have seen me around Eurobricks, mostly in Star Wars. I've been trying to expand my interests and LEGO work lately, and because I like Star Wars so much, and Sci-Fi is so close to Star Wars, and basically is Star Wars, I decided to get some parts, get some of my aliens, space troopers and lasers and make a small MOC. I quite like my design of my small Drone. It can be used for spying, combat and exploration. Alright, lets get to it. Here is Space Troopers Drone "Delta Protector V". Excuse the name at the top for being misspelled. SpaceDrone1 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr Here's a view of the Drone. A small thing at the top to receive orders and commands. A big red eye and two side scanners to have maximum seeing ability, 4 mini side lasers, and one big rotating laser at it's bottom (hard to land it ) SpaceDrone2 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr Basically same picture but a bit closer and a maintenance crewman working on some minor damages and space troopers and officers in the background SpaceDrone3 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr A view of the back of it. SpaceDrone5 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr The Drone's main gun in action. A small firefight with a hostile alien life form. (excuse the connector, imagine it not there) SpaceDrone6 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr Two of it's four smaller lasers engage the hostile alien at close range, a Space Officer also comes in to aid. SpaceDrone7 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr A closeup of it's firing skills and a sort of side view of the thing. SpaceDrone8 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr Frontal firing view. SpaceDrone9 by BrickJamesWells, on Flickr The Delta Protector V Drone saves the day! I hope you liked it, please comment, tell me what you think, it helps me to better preform next time and tells me if you like it or not. Please add any suggestions for the Drone (parts to add on, take off, etc). Maybe I'll create some more space stuff? Thanks for viewing!