So if any of y'all have been following my blog recently, you'd know that I've been building some things (shocker there) and talking about a collaboration. I think.
Anyways, I have been working on a collaboration, and its still way in progress.
Of course, I'm referring to the
BIONICLE WITHOUT THE BIONICLE BRICKFAIR COLLAB.
There are two sides, COG vs. Rebel. One is a strong military force, the other an underpowered uprising. Evil vs. Good. All that jazz.
Basically what I'm saying
My Goals for MOCing:
-Make a Toa-Ju-esque MOC
-Make something that uses those Pridak Feet in a cool way
-Use more Mahri tubes (I love those)
-Build a good Fusion MOC
-Build some more non-Toa
-Make more rahi
-Use some of my cooler colored masks (in particular my green Kaukau or red Pakari)
(this is more of a check-list of things I want to do before I stop MOCing)
Well, I was actually looking for a different entry from my earlier years of having a blog, but this on
Zip was right. You can build a really simple Toamod out of Hero Factory pieces and it won't look like garbage! Well, it can still turn out to be garbage, but at least basic stuff that's done well won't look bad.
On one hand, it's nice paying for things and knowing that I'll have enough money to pay for things.
On the other hand, it sucks knowing that out of the approximate $7K I'll make over the next work term, I'll only have maybe $50 dollars for discretionary purposes. If I'm lucky.
But hey, that's my comeuppance for not being smart about how I spent my money last school term. It may suck, but it's a good lesson to learn.
Next school term, I'm not going to have a whole lot to spend, that's f
Well, here's one reason why I love the college I'm at: For my final project in my Mech 100 class, my group made a Nerf Maverick. Which our professor suggested to us. This part was a pain, and I'm not quite done with it yet, but all in all, it was pretty satisfying.
Curse you, school library, for not having the last two-fifths of the series! *shakes fist*
Also, I was recommended to read the series by my Technical Communications professor. He's pretty awesome and it's a good series. Now I just have to figure out a way so I can read the last two-fifths.