As for yesterday:
-Breakfast (w/ Voyager)
-MOCed/took pix of Avak and Matoro for contest
-Lunch (w/ Voyager)
-wrap little sister's gift (a Hello Kitty Calander)
-Breakfast (w/ Voyager)
-Played on Computer
-Retook pix of Avak and Matoro (the other ones were bad)
-MOCed a cool Mech with gun (actually, my first Mech)
-Lunch (w/ Voyager)
-Wraped little brother's gift (I can't tell now, just in case he reads this while it is up. Bug me about it and I'll remember to tell after Christmas)
Oh, I also made some cool instructions for making a Bionicle Christmas Tree ornament. I'm about to post that topic....
Spike is having a Star Trek: Voyager marathon all this week. So I watch that during breakfast and lunch. To me it's great because I never watched much of Star Trek, but now I'm getting into it because Spike puts it on. Before Voyager, I was watching TNG and DS9 when I had the chance. And after the new year Spike will start showing Voyager regularly.
Oh, I'm a big Star Wars fan, so I can't let any of my friends or my Star Wars club see this blog. (I'm the President of my school's SW club.)
Yeah, I like both, but I'll side on the Jedi side of a Trekki/Jedi fight. (Just don't toss Stargate in there...)
-CF (who can't make up his mind)
I'll try to post pix of Avak tomorrow.
That's the time I got up this morning. Christmas Break started at 2:50 last Friday, and now I got to sleep in (finally)
I usually only sleep in till 9, but today was different.
So I got up, had breakfast, MOCed, had lunch, made cookies for my Boy Scout Troop's Court of Honor tonight, and now I'm online.
I MOCed Toa Matoro, for that Bionecle comic contest on an Inika vs a Piraka.
I built him, and am really happy. Except for some chest armor. So I did a little revamp. And now I can't decide on which is better.
Can anyone reading this help me?
I would like some advice as to which is better, or perhaps a better piece instead?
I might set my alarm for 9 tomorrow morning.
*The contest was announced in the back of comic 4. A battle scene between an Inika and a Piraka. (And a story about it). It didn't exactly tell what to do, so I'm MOCing two characters, and I'll have lots of fire around them (like lava)
*The pic to the right was my first idea.
*I put the slizer feet on the joints to act as fingers. That is what others have done. Although if you don't think it looks like a good idea, then I might take them off. But I thought fingers might look good.
I gave six tic-tac cases. Wrapped up long-ways.
Anyway, the rules for white elephant if you havn't played before:
1 bring unmarked, wrapped gift in set price range (for this, $5)
2 everyone puts gifts in middle
3 draw numbers
4 number 1 goes first, and picks a gift. Unwraps it and shows everyone
5 number 2 can either steal that gift or unwrap another
6 continue, stealing or unwraping another gift. If "number 2" (or three, etc) steals, then that person stolen from can steal another gift or unwrap another
7 once everyone has a gift, then number 1 gets to steal anything*
8 VERY IMPORTANT: HAVE FUN!!!
* after 3 steals, that gift is "locked" and can't be stolen again.
Here it is!
He seemed to have had a very nice time with Vezok and Reidak (although this doesn't seem to be possible)
I basically replaced some rahkshi parts to make a stronger looking rahkshi, but kept with the feel (like body, and back)
Should I post this in the BBC forum, or is this too basic?
I would specifically suggest:
And since it seems that the Talkback Topic isn't properly linked at the time, go ahead and use this to give any comments you might have until staff does something about the link. (But, staff, please do fix it, and don't rely on this) (hey, Omi, how about you start one?)
I would also like this to be the place for discussion for my MOC in general.
(The News Article)
Thanx, and enjoy!
It'd be cool if it was a set, along with Krakua.
Major sets used were Keetongu, and Thok (althought Vezok might work)
You'll also need some keetorange joints, hordika armor, and 6 hordika knecks.
The piece pointed to for the tail is a technic watch piece. (I wanted to use it in a MOC)
I think everything else is pretty much can be seen from pix and is basic enough I don't need to expand on it.
On note of the tail-joint-breaking problem: I have used this style of connecting before and have only had one or two joints break, and then they are still usable. Don't be too rough, and ease the rod in. (some people also don't like the tail, so of course you don't have to put it on, but then he may have trouble standing up)
Well, I already had Stealth Hunter, so I started building Grand Titan in class! (Keep in mind I'm 16, and a Junior) It was cool for my LEGO fanness to be revealed to the whole class, as everyone there is just like, "wow, he's actually building it" But they were supportive, saying things like "He'll have that done it five minutes" and just shouting across the room "how's it going, Ben?" and I'd give a thumbs up and keep looking for the next piece. (It was a little hard, because I had a small building area, pieces in bags, and a slanted desk)
Well, anyway, here is Grand Titan at home on my dresser (as seen in my Giant Zamor blog, check it out)
I hope to exchange Stealth Hunter for Takeshi's next battle maching early next year. But I don't have a receit, so should I return it now or wait a month? (serously, I would like some advice)
Other Secret Santa gifts (to others) were SpaceBalls and fancy Chocolate.
And perhaps a non staff member, just so some regular members can get some credit.
I can't tell you what it is all about, but I mentioned news and this is in my Lego category, so...
WHO WANTS TO VOLUNTEER!?!?!
Thanx to all who volunteered! (Sorry, Arpy, but you jumped on the bandwagon a little too late, but thanx anyway)
What I wanted was someone to report that I had uploaded Piraka Fusion instructions (because I thought if I did, the staff would want me to just make a topic)
Well, what are you waiting for, Check it out here!
BrickJournal™, BrickStructures™, Team Hassenplug, Team Possible, Team B-squared and Fun Time Technologies have joined forces and are pleased to announce Brickworld ‘07 to be held in Chicago. Brickworld™ is a chance to showcase your creations right here in the Central Midwest. Chicago being the third largest city in the U.S. naturally has a great deal to offer - including 3 Lego outlets. We are strategically placing the Brickworld location in the suburb of Wheeling, IL just 30 minutes northwest of downtown Chicago. Wheeling is conveniently located close to the expressway servicing O’hare Airport and is also half way between the 2 Lego outlets at Woodfield Mall and Northbrook Mall, each 15 minutes away. The 3rd Lego store is located downtown Chicago 30 minutes away.
The event will be held at the brand new 5 star Westin Hotel & Convention Center. The main ballroom offers 15,000 sq/ft and an additional 15,000 sq/ft around the ballrooms peripheral for small group sessions, competitions, demonstrations, The Great Build (more about that later), marketplace, etc.
BrickWorld ‘07 will be held from June 21st - 24th 2007. We are excited to bring this show to the public during a time of year when school is out and sunshine & good weather are in. The convention area will be open for setup the afternoon of June 21st for early birds. We will have a closed AFOL exhibitor day on Friday and public exhibition on Saturday, June 23rd and Sunday, June 24th. This June weekend is reserved at the site for the next 3 years, reinforcing this event as the one event not to miss!
BrickWorld attendees will be a part of a well organized, professionally run event that will draw the public from the greater Chicago area and provide them a show like they have never seen before. To do this, BrickWorld needs you!!
The floor organization of BrickWorld will be designed to accommodate large collaborative displays, such as the Great Ball Contraption, Moon Base, Castle and Train Layout, in the center of smaller, individual displays where each AFOL has their own creations on their own table(s). Of course, there will be certain displays that don’t even need a table.
Brickworld planning is moving forward quickly
To ensure the best possible room rates at the hotel, we would like to show them a HIGH level of interest by exhibitors.
Are you interested in being part of a premier LEGO event in Chicago? If so, please let us know.
The hotel will be finalizing rates on December 14th. So, we would love to see an outburst of response in emails to us showing if (1) you will attend and (2) if you will need room night accomondations.
You can reply to this post or go to the Brickworld website and send an email. http://www.brickworld.us
Stay tuned to Lugnet and the BrickWorld website www.Brickworld.us for details and registration information. Meanwhile, we welcome your ideas.
We look forward to seeing you all in Chicago!!!
Sincerely, The BrickWorld Team
Hello again fellow AFOLs!!
There is a cool logo on the web site.
Funny thing is I'm not an AFOL (I'm 16)
I expect that Omi, KIE, Binky, Cajun, and any other AFOLs and anyone at Brickfest would have gotten this, too.
Sounds pretty cool. Wish I could go. But I'll still be promoting it!
Is anyone going?
Do what ninjas do.
Oh, let's also remember the Lego ninjas, and how cool their swords are. I have four in grey and 15 in black! (all from brickfest)
HiiiiiYa! (thanx KIE!)
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