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Just looking for a quick answer on the ethics of posting creations. Right now, I have multiple variants of the same vehicle and was wondering what is better.

-One MOC with all variants
-Multiple MOCs (each one dedicated to one variant)

Another point of concern- I was wondering whether or not it is considered rude to post multiple creations within an extremely short time span. (I will avoid this in the future if so) Thanks.
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| February 23, 2010, 10:52 pm
I think one entry per MOC should be sufficient. There is lots of space to add pictures to the creation.

I guess you will not click through dozens of same MOCs when you look at the creations of one user.
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| February 24, 2010, 3:30 am
That must be a matter of balance; If one MOC is easily changed to represent various different prototypes, they might only warrant one MOC entry.
If a lot of work is put into the modification, then surely it deserves its own particular entry.
Lastly I dont think there is such a thing as "too many MOCs entries", as long as it is not an automated posting. You should be able to post as many MOCs here as you are able to construct in a day. If you want to post MOC's from several years back, maybe you should consider spacing them out, so as to give the public a chance to digest each one, and not miss out on any.
Just my 2 cents...
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| February 24, 2010, 5:44 am
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