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  1. BrickFair New England (AKA Massachusetts) happened a few weeks ago, and hoo boy was there much going on! I easily doubled the amount of sets in my "to be built" pile--and didn't pay for any of them! That's the power of playing games and volunteering. I also met a few new people that will be good to see again at BFVA. Plenty of inspiring MOCs and fun ideas. But what really stood out was meeting all the LEGO Group folks that came to visit from Enfield, CT, which is pretty close by. I met a few people from the social media team, chatted with an employee who handles LEGO Brand Retail Stores about what gets me into the store (like promotions), talked with Strategy Director Jack Clarke for about 20 minutes (and even showed him a few Space MOCs), went to panels by folks like Paul Striefler (AFOL liason) and Tim Courney (LEGO Ideas) Sara Moore (LEGO Rebrick), and attended a very special panel by LEGO CEO Bali Padda who just happened to be in the States this week and was able to spare about an hour on his way to the airport for a Q&A and meet and greet. While Danny is still holding my photo with Bali Padda for ransom, I was lucky enough to get his minifig business card: So I'm pretty pleased with my takeaway from BrickFair NE. -CF
  2. Number of sets obtained for little to no money: 8 (give or take) Number of half-filled gallon bags holding free/cheap parts: 5 Number of free assorted Zamor obtained: 221 Amount of money made at the yard sale: More than I expected, honestly. And then I spent 2/3 of it that same night! Number of photos taken: 365 Average cost per meal: $10 (Breakfast cereal is your friend) Amount of MOCs brought: Lost count. At least 12. Times I won Fibbage: 1 Times I absolutely lost it playing QuipLash: At least 12. Miles driven: About 181 Number of memories made: 5 (Just kidding. How can I count that?) -CF
  3. And now it's over. Great friends. Great times. More details later. -CF
  4. Valendale

    Brickfair 2016

    It's so weird that the last time I was at Brickfair, there were still whispers in the shadows as to whether or not Bionicle would come back. And now, it's already gone. At least I get to go this year.
  5. Remember quite a few years ago when Binkmeister did a Death Star Roll at BrickCon?* Let's do that again at BrickFair VA! Except it won't be someone's sacrificed Death Star set. We'll build a sphere out of Stay and Play bricks and find a slope somewhere to roll it down. Maybe put the finishing touches on it at Adult Swim when everyone is already riled up and ready to see something wild. Let's remember this post in July right as we're ready for BFVA. -CF *IDK if it was even his or at BrickCon. Could have been at BrickFest PDX, and someone else's set. But then where did I hear about it if not on BZP or TBB?
  6. What a fantastic time! I miss you all. I love you all.* I say that ever year. But hey, there was merriment, there was fun, there was friendship, there was building, there was a bit of everything. I will definitely remember this year fondly like I do every year. And boy did I had a good time with everyone! Granted, I didn't get enough time with everyone, and I like to take my "everyone" in separate chunks, but putting everyone together in the same place really makes BrickFair feel like a LEGO Christmas. It's those moments that really make it special, even if it's 2 AM in a giant hotel room with a cool drink in hand. BrickFair highlights for me include my SHIP being nominated for two Brickees (though I didn't win), meeting set designer Marcos Bessa who made a ton of superhero sets like the Milano (and even took a picture holding it on the set of the actual ship) and is a big X-Men fan, seeing the LEGO Brickumentary for free (everyone should see it), and getting lots of good deals and free swag (bubble helmets!). I also walked around with a huge BrickBadge, as usual. This was my 11th year going to a LEGO convention, and my 12th convention under my belt. (And I might get to BrickFair NJ this October, making a third for this year.) My BrickBadge looked something like this all weekend: It's actually a great conversation starter! People always say "you've been doing this for a while!" or something, and then a few other bricks point out themes I'm active in that they should definitely check out. This year I made a tiny Pharaoh's Labyrinth vignette which I think really adds to the pizzazz. We should really just make this thing two weeks long. We could actually plan movie nights that don't start at midnight, take plenty of photos, build to our hearts' content, visit DC, sleep in, and tell each other our deepest darkest LEGO secrets. Until next time, play well! -CF *BrickFair theme tehe.jpg
  7. I didn't expect to be at BrickFair this year, but it happened. It ended up being really convenient for work, so they paid for my flight here (I'm still in DC meeting a client for a couple of days). The convention itself was alright. The public attendance was pretty sad, and the only event I got to partake in was an adult swim event, which meant more of what we were already doing all the other nights... :b As always, there were many interesting MOCs to see and I brought mine, which ultimately ended up with winning my first BF award (Best Non-Humanoid). Everyone has been so nice about it, both in person and online, and it's been overwhelmingly amazing. Makes me want to MOC more often, heheh... We also got to go to the Lego store, which of course led to buying every brand new Bionicle set (and another one besides that). I'm saving to build them til I get home, which means figuring out how to pack them should be interesting. But the main reason I went, as always with conventions, was people. And wow, was it a good year. I got surrounded by several other artists, all of whom are fantastically more talented than me and the fact that I actually got two collabs going just blows my mind. Completely. I got to meet people I've been waiting to meet and people I never thought I would... and oh my goodness you are all such cinnamon rolls and I love you. Susanna, Vance, Christie, Corvin, Yanni, the list goes on and the only reason I don't name every single one of you is because I am so terrible with names, of which everyone basically has two to try remembering. XD I also got to solidify friendships with people I'd already met before. Both this and the previous point are absolutely mind-blowing when I think about it. I get to know these people. I get to actually talk to these people, and they actually care to talk back. It's both humbling and wonderful and oh gosh stop it tears no you're not supposed to happen ... *deep breath* Anyway. As with any gathering of a lot of people and the changing of things over time, there was a bit of drama. But the nice thing is, everyone involved is still great and I have high hopes for things to get better. And comparatively speaking, this one was quite low on drama and had the most recoveries that I've seen. I do apologize for one thing... I said too much. Like, quite a few times. Especially when I didn't have my wits about me. And I'm sorry if it hurt anyone. But... that being said I still think this con began, ended, and almost entirely ran on a good note. I don't know what else to say. I wish I could see many of you more often, and in a year or two maybe I will move and at least make that possible for a few people (I've had many open ideas on where to move, but now one or two have definitely moved to the top of my list). But I am so, so beyond-myself thankful that I even got to have this time with each of you. It was incredible.
  8. I was only there for like two hours on Saturday so I don't have a wall of text like everyone else. I did get to see some cool stuff and meet people though. Although I didn't really talk to anyone that much because I was pressed for time. Looking back, I feel like I kinda blew off Nukaya and DV. Sorry about that. Also I got both BZP 2015 shirts while there. ... This is a really boring entry, isn't it ~Unit#phntk#1
  9. Steampunk fans! Have you heard the sweet tunes of the Steam Powered Giraffe? For the uninitiated, they are a steampunk-themed rock band (with a slight hint of folk), and at shows they even act the part of being automatons through their movements and way they talk with each other. They have all kinds of songs, from things about steamboats to pirates and suspenders to magic. It's not a gimmick, their singing is really good and the songs are catchy! So I immortalized them in LEGO for BrickFair's Steampunk theme: Furthermore, I'm bringing another new Steampunk build, utilizing the Pteranodon: And, almost surprisingly, there are more MOCs to come! I've been keeping busy the past couple of weeks, seeing as how I procrastinated on LEGO building for a while. Stay tuned! -CF
  10. Alright, so a number of you may remember a few months ago when I posted about my custom forged life sized bronze Vahi. Well I'm planning to visit my boyfriend in the states this weekend, and we might be attending Brickfair (Virginia). As such, I would like to bring the Vahi with me, but I'm nervous that in crossing from Canada into the US, the border guards might give me trouble. I don't have room in my two allowed pieces of luggage to hold it, so I'd likely have to wear it as I usually do, like a pauldron: So I guess my question then is, do you think I'll be okay crossing the border with this, or would they try and say it is, or could be used as a weapon?
  11. I am way behind writing up my Brickfair recap, so I'm going to just go over some of the highlights. Shortly after I arrived, I learned that Delwyn Buckler got featured on the back cover of the event program! Awesome! Here's my haul from vendors and yard sales. It includes a lot of cool stuff, including a bunch of useful Hero Factory parts, six LEGO Friends mini-dolls for customizing, and a UV light for my MOC during the World of Lights event on Friday. At the live auction on Friday, Nukaya's Benny painting became set a BrickFair record for the highest bid on a single item, selling for two thousand dollars! It was amazing to be there to hear the bids continue to climb! The World of Lights was AMAZING! Not quite as great as it could have been, maybe, because the convention center's emergency lights flooded out some parts Here's my submarine all lit up. I will have plenty of uses for that blacklight in the future, I'm sure! This guy was also amazing! On Sunday I participated in the BZPower parts draft. Five other participants and I chose parts from ten copies of 44021 Splitter Beast vs Furno & Evo. Here's my haul — I chose some of the largest and heaviest pieces, apparently, but I have already found some great uses for them! I participated in the Hatpile, contributing just one hat. Maybe I'll bring more next year. My Blacktron Vivisector won the Brickee award for "Best Small Space Craft"! I was totally surprised when I found out! Here's a picture of it with the trophy (sorry it's blurry)! I went to dinner with fourteen other BZPower members on Sunday. Overall, the food was mediocre and the service was execrable (I'm probably going to do my best never to eat at a Longhorn Steakhouse again), but the company of my fellow BZPower members was fantastic. Overall, I had a fantastic time at BrickFair this year. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again next year! Especially since next year *drum roll* BronyCon and BrickFair are going to be on different weekends! So for the first time, I'm going to be able to go to both events! Yay!
  12. ChocolateFrogs

    BF14 Loot

    I strayed away from vendors most of the time (though next year I'm going to consciously allot some funds for sifting through parts bins for chunks of colors), but bought a few things that were on my mind and a few other things that popped out at the Yard Sale (non-vendors selling their stuff one/two evening(s)). Some of that was free, some of that was traded, and some of that was bought. Not a bad deal there though, and I'm happy with my yield. The crazy ax on the left is from Crazy Bricks' Munchkin stuff, as a prototype. Winners of my Munchkin card games Thursday afternoon also won a grey prototype piece! The specialty weapons are either from BrickArms (they have some cool sci-fi guns if you look past the young kids fawning over the military stuff), BrickForge, or BrickWarriors. I also got a Star Wars planet for a dollar, for another hot air balloon. I was also able to get a pack of the Studs trading cards which included a few favorite builders of mine, so that was a win! I don't know where that white smiley minifig head is from (help!), but I'm sure it's worth more than I paid for it. More BrickFair stuff to come! -CF
  13. I started writing this comedy a full two years ago and then promptly forgot about it after writing a handful of paragraphs. Now, just a few days after Brickfair 2014's end, I've gone full-bore and finished it. Seriously, 90% of this was written in the past couple days. Any delusions you have that something relevant to Brickfair 2012 will be contained herein should be left at the door. So, enjoy, everyone. I'm off to work on my next unfinished project. In fact, I didn't even proofread this mess beforehand! I'll leave that to you guys to point out so I can fix it afterward. I mean, this is the comedies forum where grammar takes the backseat to over-used jokes about cheese, emoticons, and the management of various business and establishments. (Okay, okay, maybe I did do a little proofreading, but it was hardly comprehensize.) Now then, I believe the next step was for Zatth to turn this into an interpretive dance, no? ----- "Double or triple?" "Oh, I don't know!" "Double or triple?!" "I can't decide! There's too much pressure!" "Well, hurry up and choose! You've got twelve widgets riding on this, Steak Boy!" It was Saturday morning and Steak Boy, the omnivorous Po-Matoran, was playing a game of "Double or Triple" with Bombay, the Matoran Lawyer. It was quite a simple game, really. Two or more participants watch infomercials all morning and place bets on whether the order will be doubled or tripled. "Okay, okay, okay! I choose double!" Xarna sat on the floor next to the couch and methodically sharpened his favorite katana. "I don't care how many orders they'll drive it up, I'm not buying a VHS series about shoving horseshoes up people's noses." "Keep it down in there!" Tirvon shouted angrily from the kitchen. "On second thought..." Bombay leaned over and smacked Xarna on the head. "Hush, you! They're about to increase it!" "Call today, folks, and you'll get not just one VHS set, but another one for free to give to a friend or relative!" "Paprika!" Steak Boy shouted. "I won!" "But, as part of this TV offer, if you call in the next fifteen minutes, we'll triple your offer at no additional cost to you! You can send a set to that person you hate most who has already thrown out their last VHS player and switched completely to those ridiculous Blu-Rays!" "Haha! Take that!" Bombay said. "Fork over the widgets!" "But we're not done yet!" "Huh???" Steak Boy and Bombay said in unison. "If you call and give the special code 'rubber armadillos sneeze tonka trucks', we'd QUADRUPLE the offer! It doesn't get better than this, folks!" "Take that! I win!" Steak Boy said, giving Bombay a playful shove. "Hold on just a minute!" Bombay pushed Steak Boy back. "He quadrupled the order, so neither of us win!" "Nuh-uh," Steak Boy replied. "Quadrupling is double the double, so I won twice! You owe me twenty-four widgets!" Bombay's eyes widened for a moment. At realizing what Steak Boy just said, he wiped a single tear from his eye. "I've taught you well..." As Steak Boy began raking in his winnings, a commercial started playing on the television. Xarna paused his blade-sharpening just long enough to glance at the screen and shake his head. "Are they seriously interrupting an ad in order to play more ads?" "AFOLS, TFOLS, AND KFOLS ALIKE! COME ON DOWN TO BRICKFAIR VIRGINIA FOR ALL THE BEST FUN AND STUFF YOU COULD HAVE!" the television blared. Steak Boy poked Bombay in the shoulder. "Hey, what's an 'a-fall'?" "Well obviously they're taking about Fall the season," Bombay said matter-of-factly. "The letter 'a' stands for 'autumn' which is basically the same thing. By doing this, they don't have to worry about excluding people who prefer one seasonal title over the other and offending them." "Oh." Steak Boy thought hard for a moment. "What about t-fall and k-fall? What do those mean?" "Those are just secret messages put in there by The Illuminati. Everybody knows they control the minds of human beings through the use of advertising. Don't worry, it doesn't work on Matoran." "How do you know?" "Because I'm the smartest no matter what Tirvon may claim." Bombay slid off the couch and started walking toward the door. "Now then, if you'll excuse me, I need to get a Coca-Cola, Doritos Locos Taco, and some Sham-Wows." Steak Boy looked back at the television just in time to see a map showing where the LEGO convention was to take place. "Well, I'm off," Steak Boy announced as he made his way for the door. "Wait, why?" Xarna asked. "Because the TV told me to." Steak Boy paused for a moment at the door. "It's a good thing we have TV. I wouldn't know what to think or do without it." Whistling a happy tune which may or may not have been a commercial jingle, Steak Boy began skipping down the street to find Brickfair. *** Day One The Dulles Expo Center. The building loomed over Steak Boy even more-so than he thought it would. "Well this is rubbish," Steak Boy complained. "Every other story I've been in I've been larger than life! Now I'm . . . actual size." Disheartened, Steak Boy made his way into the Expo. The building was vast, especially for an individual of such size. Unsure what to do, the Po-Matoran waddled his way over to the large desk with the "check-in" sign. He snuck past the bearded man standing there and acquired a program guide. Looking at the back cover, Steak Boy saw a map with an area labeled "Bionicle". "Seems like a good place to start!" he exclaimed as he began his long trek across the floor. Upon reaching the Bionicle tables, Steak Boy shimmied up a table leg. Strange creatures stood posed as far as the Matoran could see. Undaunted, Steak Boy took off running down the length of the table looking for fun and stuff. As he gawked about, he forgot to watch where he was going. With a loud *crack* Steak Boy crashed into something and fell backward onto his bottom. Steak Boy straightened his mask and looked to see what he'd just collided with. A strange orange creature with a pointy head and four tentacle-looking limbs was picking itself up. The tentacled creature saw Steak Boy and offered a greeting. "Hi." "Um, hi," Steak Boy replied sheepishly. "Sorry about that. I guess I wasn't watching where I was going." "Hi," the creature responded. "Nice to meet you, Tentro. I'm Steak Boy!" Steak Boy reached out and shook one of Tentro's tentacles. "Hi." "Nah, I'm new in town. I just wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Any idea where we can find some fun?" "Hi." "Bingo sounds like fun. Let's go!" Steak Boy and Tentro hopped off the table and made their way over to the Bingo Grande. They picked a spot on the floor right up front and poured out all their LEGO tiles. As the letters and numbers were called out, Tentro methodically began to cover his board. He even got a Bingo a couple times, but every time he shouted out, "Hi!" he was ignored. Frustrated and teary-eyed, Tentro kicked his Bingo card, sending tiles flying. He turned to Steak Boy and whimpered, "Hi." "I'm sorry," Steak Boy said, giving Tentro a hug. "It's okay though. I didn't win anything either." "Hi." "Wait, I'm not supposed to eat the tiles? Why not?" "Hi." "Oooooooh." Though Bingo was a failure, Steak Boy was still in a good mood, mostly because he had a full stomach if nothing else. Still excited for fun and stuff, the pair wandered over toward the vendors. They marveled at all the amazing bow-ties, minifig weapons, and apparel. Then, Steak Boy saw something that stopped him right in his tracks. "Look there!" Steak Boy said as he pointed to a high shelf. "Hi." "No no no, up two more shelves." "Hi." "I know! We've gotta do something." Steak Boy ran over and began climbing the shelves. He eventually reached his destination. "The Toa!" "Hi." "These are the Toa," Steak Boy explained. "It's their job to save the island of Mascarpone from the evil Mad Gluten . . . or something like that." Steak Boy pressed his mask up against one of the canisters and tapped on it. "I can hear them in there! We've gotta set them free." Steak Boy climbed atop one of the canisters and tried to pry the lid off. "Hi." "It's no use, Tentro. I can't get it open." "Hi." "We'll just have to get them outta captivity and hope somebody else can free them from their bonds." Steak Boy shoved all six canisters off the shelf and onto the floor, knocking off a few boxes in the process. He then dropped down to the floor and pushed the pile out the door. He walked back to the shelf where Tentro was waiting. "Don't worry, buddy, they're free. Now it's only a matter of time." "Hi." "Use my teeth to open the canisters? Hm . . . . I didn't think of that. Oh well, they'll be fine." *** Day Two Steak Boy yawned and stretched his arms. Still groggy, it took him a moment to remember why he'd spent the night underneath a giant table. "Oh yeah, Brickfair!" Steak Boy turned around and poked Tentro, waking him. "Hi." "And a good morning to you too!" Steak Boy hopped up excitedly and writhed his hands in anticipation of the day. "Let's go have some more fun and stuff!" Steak Boy dragged a half-awake Tentro past the tablecloth and up onto the table. There, Steak Boy came face to face with a being that chilled him to his very core. It was a tall creature with a mechanical arm and a smile so disturbing it should have come with a warning label. "Who are you?" Steak Boy asked warily. "You can call me . . ." The strange being flashed a couple quick action-poses. ". . . Nicholas Bluetooth! Or Nick for short." "Hi." "Yeah," Steak Boy agreed. "What depths of Karzahni did you escape from?" "I'm from Galidor!" Nick announced, striking a mighty pose. "The best show to ever air on television!" "Clearly you haven't watched Protodermic Chef." Steak Boy looked around and noticed that there didn't appear to be many humans. "Where is everybody." "I don't know," Nick replied mysteriously. "All I know is that a lot of them just left to perform a strange daily ritual that involves the consumption of ludicrous amounts of . . ." Nick lowered his voice to a whisper. ". . . breadsticks." "LUNCH!" Steak Boy bellowed. He bolted off, knocking Tentro and Nick half-way across the table. The Po-Matoran took off like a shot, running straight for the nearest combination Pizza Hut-and-Taco Bell. Tizza But or Paco ###### for short. He bust through the door and ran right past the front counter. Like a kleptomaniac in a room full of babies holding Hershey bars, Steak Boy began snatching up every breadstick in sight and shoving them into his gaping maw. Back at the convention, Nick Bluetooth and Tentro sat on the table arguing with each other. "Hi." "You know what? At least my show aired for a full half hour instead of being some stupid little short!" "Hi." "A half hour of what?!" Nick Bluetooth stood up and marched over to the orange-colored Mixel. "You take that back or I'll tear you apart." "Hi." With a blood-curdling shriek Nick pounced on Tentro and the two began punching each other into a plasticy pulp. They were interrupted when Steak Boy, gullet bulging from his excessive engorging of bread, returned from lunch. "Hey, now!" he said as he pulled them apart. "This is no way for friends to treat each other!" "Hi." Steak Boy gasped. "Now now, Tentro. We don't use that kind of language. Tell Nick you're sorry." Tentro huffed and stomped a tentacle on the table. "Hi." Steak Boy walked behind Tentro and pushed him toward Nick. "Do it." Reluctantly, Tentro finally looked Nick in the eye and said, "Hi." Nick held his nose high in the air. "Apology accepted." "Now you apologize, Nick." Nick stammered. "Wh-what? What do I need to apologize for?" "That pathetic waste of time you call a television show." As the trio meandered about Brickfair, Steak Boy noticed a small group of people crowded around a Mask of Summoning in one of the hideouts. Some were crying, others were clapping, and a few were even grovelling on the floor before the mask. "What's going on in there?" "Looks like that Kanohi just finished giving a seminar," Nick Bluetooth speculated. "I never heard it say anything." "You would have if you'd glinched some better ears. OH WAIT, you can't glinch, even though glinching is totally awesome and all that," Nick taunted. "Wasn't awesome enough to save your franchise from going to shambles." "Hi." Nick frowned. "That hurt." *** Day Three Steak Boy shook his head. "Let's skip day three." Why on earth would I do that? "Horse masks." What wrong with horse masks?! "Everything." You're gonna have to come up with more than that to convince me I should skip an entire day. *** Day Four Steak Boy marveled at long line of people outside the expo who were waiting to get in. He'd heard stories of The Public before, but this surpassed everything he could have possibly imagined. People moved to and fro while taking in all the sights and touching things they weren't supposed to. It was all rather boring. After The Public departed, Steak Boy, Tentro, and Nick made their way to the food court with haste. They'd heard there was going to be free food and they didn't want to miss out. In fact, they didn't want to miss out so much that they cut the whole line and grabbed stuff when nobody was looking. Arms filled with all they could hold -- and then some -- the trio slipped underneath a cafeteria table. Nick rubbed his hands together eagerly and pulled a burger from his food stash. He tore the wrapper off and took a huge bite. He then promptly spat it back out. Tentro shoved his burger aside and tried the cookies before tossing them as well. "Hi." "It's worse than that; it's horrible!" Nick exclaimed. "This taste like plastic and that's coming from somebody who's made of plastic! What do you think Steak Boy?" Steak Boy shoved the last crumb of his food in his mouth and let out a belch. "What do I think about what?" Tentro and Nick both stared wide-eyed at the empty air which only seconds before had been occupied by a considerable pile of cafeteria food. "You ate that stuff? All of it!?" "Hi!" Steak Boy was confused. "Yeah, why wouldn't I?" "Because it tasted worse than half-decayed sauerkraut laced with bellybutton lint and windshield washer fluid!" Steak Boy patted his tummy. "The key is to swallow so fast that you don't have a chance to taste it." Nick shook his head. "I don't know why I bother." He looked up at the clock and noticed how late it was getting. "Hey, we better hurry if we don't want to miss laser tag!" "Hi." "Yeah, what's the rush?" Steak Boy asked. "Laser tag won't be starting for a couple hours yet and it isn't that far away." "We've got really short legs," Nick reminded. Steak Boy thought for a moment. "Good point. Let's go." As it would turn out, Shadowlands Laser Tag didn't have any packs small enough to fit Steak Boy, Tentro, or Nick Bluetooth. While disappointed at first, the trio entertained themselves by running around in the dark and tripping people, namely small children. It was great fun, especially for Steak Boy who nearly missed the second game because he was too busy stuffing his face with pizza. The third game ended, the small party of three sat under a table panting from all the exercise. "If I was capable of such things, I'd be soaked in sweat right now from all that running around," Nick Bluetooth remarked. "If I was capable of such things," Steak Boy echoed, "I'd have passed out every time somebody mentioned the name 'Galidor' from dread." "Now, that was totally uncalled for," Nick retorted. "Hi." "Okay, that was just morbid." Steak Boy was about to make a comment of his own when he was interrupted by a booming voice from across the party room. "Custom member title to whoever chugs the icing!" the voice called out. Steak Boy didn't know what a custom member title was. He could only hope it was something to eat. Regardless, he knew for a fact that icing was something to eat. He was about to wander over and claim his prize when he noticed the closest human shot up from its chair and made way for the icing cup. Steak Boy's eyes narrowed and he growled, "Not. On. Your. Life." The small Matoran leaped six feet into the air (quite a feat for somebody who's only a few inches tall) and landed on the human's face. "RELINQUISH THE ICING TO ME, MEATBAG!!!" "AHHH! GET IT OFF ME!" the human shouted. Steak Boy went on a rampage pulling hair, kicking eyeballs, punching teeth, yanking tongue, and head-butting poorly-maintained facial hair. Eventually the human toppled over and lay on the floor defeated. Steak Boy scooped up the icing cup and drained it into his mouth. Finished, he flung it aside where it came to rest upon the human's nose. "Hi." "I agree," Nick said. "We should probably get outta here before they decide to retaliate." Steak Boy wiped his mouth on the back of his arm. "Very well. Let's go back to the convention center and see what's going on." The three companions re-entered the Expo where a strange sight met their eyes. While there weren't a lot of people left, the few that were were all grown-ups and they were all-- "Swimming? Why are there all these grown-ups swimming?" Steak Boy asked. Nick scratched his chin. "I'm not sure. Maybe somebody up on the table knows?" "Let's go see." Steak Boy scrambled back up the table and looked around for anyone who might tell him what's going on. He soon spied a box full of playing cards. Some of them were standing on the table staring off into the distance. "Hey!" Steak Boy shouted, trying to get their attention. "Excuse me!" A few of the cards turned to see who was hailing them, but they said nothing and returned to their initial positions. Steak Boy, Tentro, and Nick walked closer. Steak Boy followed their gaze to see they were staring at the people swimming. "Hi, I'm Steak Boy. Who're you guys?" "Names aren't important," one of the cards replied. Steak Boy, Tentro, and Nick looked at each other questioningly. "Riiiight," Nick replied. "So, what're you doing up here?" "We're watching the humans," the card replied. "Hi." "Because we hate them," the card answered. "We hate humanity and all it stands for. Especially that one," the card said, pointing. Steak Boy looked where the card was pointing. That particular human was easily the tallest and thickest of all the humans in the room. He was dressed from head to toe in what had to be the blackest clothes that Steak Boy had ever seen. "I see," Steak Boy finally said. "Hi." "Yeah, what's his name?" Nick asked. "His name." The card furrowed its non-existent eyebrows. "His name . . ." The trio waited an unreasonably long time. ". . . is Wilbur!" With those words the entire collection of cards let out a battlecry and charged headlong toward the aforementioned human, yelling all the way. Nick just watched as the army of cards tripped and stumbled over each other as they raced across the great span of floor between themselves and the human. "Well, I'm lost." *** Day Five The last day of Brickfair had arrived. Steak Boy, Tentro, and Nick Bluetooth watched on as The Public filtered through the expo once again. "Hi." "Yeah, time flies when you're having fun," Steak Boy agreed. "Too bad Brickfair is almost over." "Don't forget, there's always next year," Nick reminded the Matoran. After thinking for a moment, Nick grabbed Steak Boy's hand and started pulling him along. "Come with me. There's one last thing I'd like to show you." Steak Boy and Tentro fell in line behind Nick as he navigated the throng of people toward the far end of the convention center. Steak Boy's mouth fell agape at the sight he beheld. "It's a moon bounce!" The trio took of running and climbed inside. They laughed and sprang about as they bounced off the floor, walls, ceiling, and each other. The only thing that could've made this a happier moment for Steak Boy was if he had something to eat. Eventually the three grew exhausted from all the bouncing and they tumbled back out onto the floor. They spent a moment just lying there in silence, save for their heavy breathing. When he finally caught his breath, Steak Boy heaved himself back to his feet. "That was so much fun!" "Yeah, it was." Nick picked himself up off the floor and helped Tentro to his feet tentacles. "Hi," Tentro said as he pointed somewhere past the moon bounce. "Where?" asked Steak Boy. He strolled around the corner of the moon bounce to see what Tentro was pointing at. There he saw a curious sight. It was a shallow recess in the floor about two feet deep. Inside sat several small children, each of them was sniffling, full on crying, or somewhere in between. "What's this all about?" Steak Boy asked. Nick walked up behind Steak Boy. "Oh that? See, often times kids don't pay attention to where they're bouncing inside the moon bounce. What ends up happening all too often is that they bounce into each other and knock heads or hurt themselves in some other way. When that happens, we put them in here until they're done crying. We call it The Bawl Pit." "I see," Steak Boy replied. After a long day of bouncing, sight-seeing, and breadsticks, Steak Boy, Tentro, and Nick Bluetooth sat on the lawn outside the Expo and watched the sunset. "I'm gonna miss Brickfair," Steak Boy said with a sigh. Nick nodded in agreement. "It sure did fly by fast. But don't worry because next year's will be even better!" "Hi." Nick scrunched his nose. "Well I can dream can't I?" Steak Boy pet Tentro on the head. "I'm sure gonna miss you, little guy." "Hey, what about me?" asked Nick. "Oh, alright," Steak Boy conceded. "You can miss Tentro too." "No, you didn't understand me." "Clearly nobody understood you," Steak Boy said. "And they still don't." "Hmmph! You just wait, buster!" Nick crossed his arms and turned up his nose. "Someday, when Galidor returns, it'll be the greatest thing ever!" "Yeah, sure." Steak Boy rolled his eyes. "Right after Half Life 3." "Hi." "Yes, and monorail's return." Nick Bluetooth stood up and planted his hands on his hips. "You know what? I'm through with you guys. I'm leaving!" he announced as he marched off in a huff. Steak Boy leaned back on his arms. "I've wanted nothing else since this whole thing began." "Hi." "Food doesn't count, Tentro. Food is a given." "Hi." "I don't know. I suppose it depends on how many up-votes this topic gets." "Hi." "Not as shameless as Galidor," Steak Boy replied. "Not as shameless as Galidor." As the last rays of sun faded away, Steak Boy thought to the future and a smile spread across his face. Brickfair VA 2015 was less than a year away. Less than a year until more fun. And stuff. Mostly breadsticks. THE END --- Takuma Nuva
  14. Lyichir

    BrickFair 2014

    This past week has been a whirlwind so I figured it would be worth summarizing it both so that people who didn't make it could have an idea of what it was like and so that my experience can be recorded for future reference. This year, unlike past years, Brickfair started on Wednesday. Apart from setting up MOCs, greeting other BZPower members, and attending the opening ceremonies and bingo, not much happened that day. I did pick up and build the set I won in one of the BZP anniversary raffles, and bought some things from some of the vendors as well. On Thursday I attended Mariann Asanuma's Mini-Con panel and found out about what that was all about. Having a Mini-Con at the center of the convention is a wonderful idea and I'll have to plan better to create mini versions of my MOCs (and myself) next year. I had planned to attend Zatth's "How Lego Impacts Our Lives" panel but ended up leaving before it started due to uneasiness with some of the attendees. I hear it was good, though, and wish I had stuck around. On Friday I attended Peter Espersen's panel about Lego Ideas and the Exo-Suit, which was okay but didn't tell us a lot that we didn't already know from posts about the project as well as the Cuusoo panel from the year before. I also managed to buy the parts to make a mini version of our Atlantis submarine MOC for the Mini-Con as well as a bunch of other useful parts. That night was the World of Lights event. We had missed most of the practice the previous night but we made up for it by purchasing a tiny blacklight which made our submarine look amazing once the lights went out. On Saturday I went through with my plans to attend BronyCon for a day... and they didn't turn out that great. My train to Baltimore was delayed, so by the time I arrived at the convention center the Voice Actor Q & A had already started. Bummed, I proceeded to awkwardly meander around the vendor hall for a while as I waited for the two panels I wanted to attend in the afternoon. I got a small amount of merch and a ridiculous number of StreetPasses. But when I finally headed up to the site of the other two panels I had planned to attend, I found out that those two panels were only for young kids and their parents. Frustrated, I took an earlier train back to BrickFair and managed to make it to the tail end of The Lego Movie, which was a nice pick-me-up after a day gone awry. Looking back my time at BronyCon wasn't abysmal, but it wasn't worth the expense I had taken to follow through with those plans, and unless the two events are different dates next year I'll be sticking with BrickFair. Sunday was fairly uneventful, as the public days usually are, but I had a good time regardless. I spent most of the day alternating between checking StreetPass and demonstrating the features of our submarine MOC to attendees. At 2:00 I finally managed to contribute a hat to the BZP hatpile, having missed it every other year. Right before closing I managed to pick up Benny's Spaceship for a good price from one of the vendors. After Brickfair closed I went to the BZPower fancy dinner, but the service was abysmal (with an hour-long wait, slow service, a substitution in my order that I didn't okay, and only a half-apology and subsequent rudeness from the manager) and I ended up leaving early since I didn't want my frustration to cast a shadow over everyone else's evening. My mom picked me up and took me back to the restaurant at the Holiday Inn, which is better than that Longhorn Steakhouse will probably ever be. The manager there (an amazingly friendly guy who I had met earlier that weekend) got me a free drink, appetizer and dessert, no questions asked. All in all, it was far from a perfect weekend, but I still enjoyed myself and left with some decent loot. I hope next year's BrickFair is even better.
  15. It has been an ambition of mine to build as accurate of a Stargate as I could, and this summer I finally had the pieces I believed necessary to complete this goal. Without further ado, I present the central object of the television franchise Stargate: SG-1 that began twenty years ago in 1994 with the movie Stargate: My BrickShelf has a few more photos, and my Flickr has the pictures featured currently. This particular diorama is designed to fit right in with the Pharaoh's Labyrinth display at BrickFair VA 2014, as another portion of the Egyptian rooms leading to the pharaoh's tomb and treasure, such as the other two vignettes I've made. Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis and Stargate Univserse were some excellent television shows that ran on Starz and Sci-Fi/Syfy channel, about military explorers that used the Stargate to open up a portal to another Stargate on a planet elsewhere in our galaxy (and later across the universe). Traveling on expeditions for 17 seasons and a few movies, they have stopped several alien threats to Earth and other civilizations. There is quite a bit of Egyptian mythology used, and later on Norse and Arthurian Legend is also revealed to have been key factors in Earth and its conflict with other races. A science fantasy show like this is worth checking out! Speaking of BrickFair, here is what it looked like with everything else! (And my TARDIS.) Next, I need some golf clubs to recreate the best episode ever! -CF
  16. Hi all! I'm looking to trade some Kanohi at BrickFair! If you're going, we can do these trades in-person and save us some money shipping things to each other. (After BrickFair I may choose to keep trading online.) What I want: Red Kakama (This is my #1 priority) Green Hau Black Kakama Black Akaku Black Hau Silver Hau Silver Kakama White Pakari What I'm trading: Gold Hau Brown Miru Trans-clear Kaukau Tan Rau Lime Green Huna Brown Pakari Nuva Blue Akaku Nuva Green Akaku Nuva Silver Avohkii (x2) White Akaku Trans-blue Kaukau Red Hau Black Pakari Nuva (x2) Red Hau Nuva Dark Red Great Huna Black Great Ruru Blue (regular) Huna Black/Silver Huna from Tehutti Dark Green/Silver Matatu from Orkahm I hope to see you at BrickFair so we can make some deals! I'll be hanging out with the BZPower crowd, as well as leading the Wind/Air theme table. -CF
  17. Welp, I'm pretty close to prepared for Brickfair. Got my clothes, MOCs, name badge, and art all packed up. MOCs I'm exhibiting this year include Caitlyn Gauss XL, Delwyn Buckler, Blacktron Vivisector, Kit Martello, Hero Factory Canine Buddy, Rise of the Dread Colossus (submarine only — I had to borrow some of the Dread Colossus's tentacles for Delwyn's hair, so he's out of commission), and My Little Tahu. I think Delwyn Buckler and Caitlyn Gauss XL will probably be the most popular of those seven. As far as art is concerned, I will mostly be bringing the same collection of drawings I brought last year — sadly, I have not really made much cool new LEGO-related art since then. I'm registered for the BZPower parts draft and will also probably be bringing a hat or two for the Hatpile. A number of my BZPower friends who I spent time with last year (Lady Kopaka, Turakii #1 Lavasurfer, Toa Lhikan Hordika, and Cholie) will not be making it this year for various reasons, so I think a good portion of my time will be spent trying to make new connections both within the BZPower community and the larger AFOL community. I will also look at vendors to see if I can find anything that interests me. While packing, I came to the realization that I do not really have any light-colored LEGO T-shirts, except for old Brickfair T-shirts and a Barraki Kalmah T-shirt that is a little worse for the wear. So as with last year, I will definitely want to try buying some new LEGO-related wearables. I'll also be on the lookout for affordable CCBS parts and constraction sets. I got a steal on some pre-owned Legends of Chima constraction sets last year (basically half-off), and a bunch of useful CCBS parts the year before. This will be my first time staying at a hotel for Brickfair (in the past my family has always driven there and back each day), so that should enable me to take part in more evening activities, including enjoying the brand-new "World of Lights" (sadly, none of my MOCs are going to have any light-up features, though). Maybe a visit to the vendors could change that, if they happen to be selling LifeLites or something similar, but generally the MOCs I'm bringing aren't characterized by a lot of transparent elements. If you happen to be attending, come and find me! I will be wearing the same brick badge as the past two years, though it is larger than the one pictured and has more yellow (including a brick printed with my screen name, Aanchir). I should be spending a good amount of time at the BIONICLE table hanging out with the BZPower crew. That about covers it, I think! If you're also going to be at Brickfair, leave a comment so I'll know to be on the lookout for you!
  18. Ug, it just keeps getting more challenging to make this thing work. But that's the point, isn't it? -CF
  19. Now, everyone else is bringing their copies of The LEGO Movie, therefore I don't have to, right? What we should do is play the movie on silent and then we do all the voices (and sound effects)! Though I think I'd need to watch it a few more times before to be able to do so. (Someone print out the scripts!) -CF
  20. Except not? (That title actually kind of works now that I've written my entry.) Progress on what is to come: But man, I turned it on the other night and everything flew apart (not everything). I've still got work to do! But I took a quick break from this to build two other small things weighing me down as "I have to get this done before BrickFair too!" so now almost all my focus is on this. (Almost all, because I still have all kinds of things I want to make.) -CF
  21. Finally finished with one of my main MOCs I'm sending to Brickfair Virginia to join the Karda Nui display. Also my entry to the July Flickr contest. ^ Links to Flickr Gallery ^ Krika is one of my favorite characters in Bionicle. Though for most of the story (well, the few months we knew him), he seemed like a typical cruel Makuta bent on the Toa's destruction. Then, at the last second, he tries to redeem himself with Gali with one of the more interesting conversations in the latter years of Bionicle. Not only does that make his character more interesting, but also provides some secret insights into the Makuta culture in his final moments. Still, his set wasn't great. It definitely had a more unique shape than most, but lacked posability and complexity. And I have no idea what Lego was thinking when they used those spiky pieces for the back legs. They're great pieces and all, but they don't blend with the general aesthetic of spiny ridges the rest of his armor has. Of course, I fixed that, and a few other things, making him more insect-like and more like something you would expect to crawl out of a mutagenic swamp. This creation was based on a drawing I did a while ago (you also get a preview of the terrible WIP and the Vamprah revamp I didn't get to), continuing my style of basing my designs on Bionicle art. As always, comment, critique, and enjoy!
  22. I've been trying to figure out my plans for BrickFair VA this year and am seriously considering cutting out on Saturday, August 2, and catching a train up to Baltimore to spend the day at BronyCon instead. BrickFair is one of the highest points of my social life each year, but it still wears me out each year and try as I might, I can't avoid being mega-awkward even around my fellow FOLs. I'm worried that an extra day of BrickFair, like we're getting this year, might just push me to my breaking point. The alternative I'm considering is to spend the Saturday of BrickFair (which, being the first of the public days, manages to be both super-stressful and overwhelmingly uneventful compared to the other days) at BronyCon instead (which holds a number of interesting panels and events on Saturday). Baltimore is only a short train trip away from D.C., and if I buy tickets early I can get them for a pretty decent price. And my experience at Cloudsdale Congress (a small MLP convention in Northern VA) last year was pretty uniformly positive, so if BronyCon is similar it'll serve as a welcome respite from the chaos and drama of BrickFair. I'm still not 100% decided yet, so if anyone has any thoughts or opinions over whether I should/shouldn't go through with this they should feel welcome to share them here. I'm going to need to make a decision soon if I want to get the best price on train tickets, though.
  23. It's a bad idea to put a bunch of BZPers in the same place with nothing to do. It's an even worse idea to give them a camera and a Hahli Inika. Enjoy:
  24. This post has nothing to do with bacon. Misdirect! I've started something big: And it'll be finished by BrickFair even if I'm pulling all nighters at the end of July! -CF
  25. If you've mailed me MOCs (or art) for BrickFair, I've mailed them back, with a prototype part! -CF
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