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Space Cruiser "MAGNUM OPUS"
My first large MOC made in 2010. It has been made in something like 6 hours, so don't expect a very refined MOC ;-) Hope you'll like it ! On a more personnal note, it's a tribute to my uncle, R.I.P Patrick.
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And now, if you got the time to read, I would like to have your opinion...

Someone (a skilled builder, I won't tell his name) send me a mail on Flickr today, here it is :

"Hi, just wanted to drop in and say that I like your Lego stuff and maybe see if I can encourage you to refine your style/techniques a little.

What I like about your work is that you are not afraid to just "go for it". Organic building at its most primal. Even your classic tributes appear to be very organic with little planning before you start.

This organic technique is really great if you are having problems with more "serious" builds or lack of inspiration.

Have you considered making some drawings to work from or grabbing some concept art from the internet? I find that this method often does not produce the object you are looking at, but forces you to discipline yourself. By discipline, I mean, creating very specific shapes and angles or curves because the model seems to "want" it, not because the part just happened to create a nice texture or shape for you.

I hope you don't take this as arrogant or elitist. I do like the models that you currently build, but I just think with a little more effort you could be producing much better works.

Please keep building, no matter what your methods are. I hope to see your models for years to come."


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I think it's a very interesting opinion: it's gently said, not arrogant or anything. I thank this person to have gave me an honest and constructive opinion about my work. And most important, he's probably right. I've got a "childish" way to make my MOCs, I take some parts and see what's going on. But I would love to hear what you think about that. If I'll change my way of MOCing, going into a "serious" approach, what will left to Mark Kelso ? No, just kidding on this point, obviously. But it's such a great pleasure to really "play" with Lego, without acting as a real "professionnal designer". On the other hand, I know he's perfectly right and that I'm a lazy dude, who probably could do much better MOCs with a more refined, planified way of making my creations. What do you think ? I'm in a total doubt about my "future" in MOCing, and your opinion on this issue would be really appreciated :-)






Comments

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  September 2, 2010
Wow, I am extremely impressed that this was built in 6 hours...at my current level, I couldn't build this in a lifetime, stunning.
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  August 30, 2010
Another crafty one! Lots of parts I don't recognize. Cool!
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  February 24, 2010
Hey there! another great build from ya. about the whole mail you got saying ur creations aren't refined and so on, i think that first of all you are free to do whatever you want (altho it seems like building anything else than clone commanders or zombie attacks will get you ignored for good on mocpages). Also some people carefully plan their creations, design them into LDD and then go to bricklink. My stuff usually starts with table scraps, i assemble two pieces and see in my mind how they could be part of something bigger and im perfectly happy with that. So we have professional builders that take on giant projects carefully planned, we have kids who throw a billion minifigs together everyday *sigh* , its nice to have something in between ;p keep building!! Hope u have the courage to read this post with a very slow mocpages ;)
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  January 29, 2010
Awesome-ness! Great moc! The hanger is really good, and good use of the plane parts for the bridge. 5/5:) Can you check out my Dark templar?
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  January 28, 2010
I think "organic building" is what you excel at. Very cool design!
  January 24, 2010
A nice moc, freakish but still stylish. "Someone" sent you an e.mail eh... About that topic of being more serious I think you should keep having fun but maybe use more time and thinking, if you want to. I can personaly say that I enjoy the heck out of building legos and taking time to consider different aproaches. Just do what you think is more fun. It would be a total waste if you went "serious" about building legos and started think of it as work more than a toy, cause that's what lego is, a toy.
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  January 23, 2010
Way past epic. All the detail and shape is incredible. Awesome job. Hey crimso I know how your into classic space and stuff so could you check this out. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/180827
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  January 23, 2010
The name fits like a glove. This is one big hunk of superdesigned spacecraft. Love your work and this might be the crown of your collection. And regarding your style and method: IMO your style is very unique and you should stick to it. I myself is a go-with-the-flow builder, for me it would kill the joy to have a detailed layout to follow. I mean, you can always tear it apart and start over again, isn't that the beauty of Lego? Salut!
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  January 22, 2010
Wow! looks very 'piratey' and detailed. Congratulations, sir, on another great Classic ship!!
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  January 20, 2010
Ah, de retour en pleine forme à ce que je vois! Splendide vaisseau qui mérite bien les 58 smileys! Le bleu, que tu n'utilise pas si souvent, donne vraiment une belle allure à l'ensemble! Entre autres, tu fais toujours un usage très original des pièces spéciales (les turbines à l'avant, ou encore les coques d'avion pour le pont). Mes condoléances pour ton oncle, j'ai moi aussi perdu un membre de ma famille récemment :( Concernant le message que tu as reçu, je trouve personnellement que tu as un style très unique -pas un seul autre MOCer ne te ressemble-, et que tu ne devrais pas changer ta méthode de construction (je la pratique aussi, et c'est vraiment passionnant de commencer avec quelques pièces au hasard pour aboutir à quelque chose de "non planifié"). Cependant, j'ajouterais aussi qu'il serait assez intéressant de te voir reproduire des "concept art" trouvés sur le Net, c'est un bon défi à se lancer! Enfin, à toi de décider, mais je ne peux que te souhaiter de persévérer dans l'originalité de tes constructions, soient-elles issues d'un concept art ou de ton imagination! ;)
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  January 17, 2010
Bon !!!! Pas beaucoup de mots.... mais qu'est ce que le lego si ce n'est avoir le plaisir de la construction "enfantine" ??? Tous ce qu'on peut lire sur les forums du monde entier peut être sérieux, professionnel, mégalo ou tout ce que tu veux mais nous restons en définitive tous des enfants..... Certains en font une profession et je dis qu'ils ont de la chance de vivre du lego.... mais il reste essentiel ( mon opinion ) de ne pas se prendre la tête... Prendre les pièces au hasard et voir ce que ça donne fait partie d'une certaine "recherche" quelque part et il n'y aura que le résultat final que fera que tu es satisfait ou pas..... seul compte le résultat; et si ce moc te fais kiffer où est le problème ???? Condoléances pour ton oncle.
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  January 16, 2010
I was going to make a silly comment, but after your note at the bottom I forgot what I was going to say. I will say, however, that I have always enjoyed seeing your style of build. I, most certainly, know automatically your creations from anyone else's - and that isn't very common in the online LEGO community. I would like to agree that you could build some amazing creations if you really tried - but I thought this was pretty amazing - so don't worry! Just keep building - no matter what style.
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  January 16, 2010
Great ship, weird, but in a good way. As for your building style its great, as you said you're not trying to be professional(all though this ship looks it) and you're simply having fun while you're building, and thats what Lego is all about.
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  January 15, 2010
sweet build! i think your uncle would be proud :)
Crimso Giger
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Dave and John Xandegar
  January 14, 2010
Jean-Philippe, you've been our good Friend here for a while now. You've shown us a tremendous amount of support and given us inspiration. We've gone from a few goofy MOCs to a world of exhibits, building labs, and classroom lectures. a world where someone will see us and say "Aren't you those Lego Guys?". We wouldn't have gotten there without you. We always look forward to your newest creations excitedly...and with good reason. FUN. Not only are they great builds, but they're FUN! They're an expression of the imagination of a man who still knows the joy of fun and wants to share that joy with others. Johnny and I recently realized that we spent WAY too much time concerning ourselves with what other builders thought of our work...instead of seeing it all through the joy we were bringing to so many (especially the young). That's why we no longer accept comments here. God gives each of us our talents, and makes them as diverse as the galaxies in space or the fish in the ocean. We like the talents He's given you enormously, and admire the way you use them. If you feel the need for change, we'd respect it...but rest assured that every ounce of joy you've given all of us...every bit of "fun"...is cherished. We're grateful for that.
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  January 14, 2010
Wow, fantastic job. This is one of your best. I like your mocs, they are unique! :D
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  January 14, 2010
This has got to be one of my favorites from you Crimso. The color scheme is perfect and the greebles you chose (the bio stuff) give it just enough of that "what were they thinking when they built it" vibe to be really cool! Thanks for sharing! ~ Chris.
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  January 14, 2010
Fantastic!
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  January 14, 2010
Nice, as always! I relly like the way you use parts. Even if you really just take a part and put it somewhere, you really make interesting looking models. Maybe you should try that "serious" building, to see what you are able to make. I personally like to think a LOT about what to make before I start building, it's really rare that I make something without thinking it at all, but you really masterize that!
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  January 14, 2010
A great space-ship, as usual :-) The combination of colours turns out very good. About the planning/just fooling around: there is a big difference in building fantasy or existing stuff. If you build real stuff you want to make it look alike as much as possible. So then you need a reference (a model or picture or something else). And sometimes you know you can make it look better than the original but that was not your intention. (And sometimes I do it anyway!) But you make intergalaxian space-ships, innerspace cruisers, floating cities !! Thank God you don't have a real example, you can make anything you like! Funny, impressive, dark-sided, agressive.....whatever you like! And you do a great job, so just keep doing it. Because you're just start building all your models are unique! And you can always make something existing, a Spaceshuttle or whatever, see how it works out. But it will take much more time, you'll get the problem of not having the right bricks and you won't have so much fun. Whatever you do, keep building Crimso.....:-)
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  January 14, 2010
Hey crimso! Here's a contest for building zoids if you are interested. http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=6029&topicid=41350
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  January 14, 2010
superb job! the color scheme is great. i agree with the unnamed builder comment. your creations could be a little sleeker if maybe you used a reference picture to get the shape. but your style is great and if you feel like this suits you I cant tell you otherwise. I look forward to seeing some of your future creations!
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  January 14, 2010
I think Kelso sent that email to get you not to build 'serious' mocs that could outshine his...
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  January 14, 2010
And I'm back for a more extensive commentary (I first saw this at 5 am). I love the top part, and the side cannons. About the mail: that's certainly something you can try (I often draw sketches myself, mostly for bionicles) but I hope your main style will remain this: stylish, imaginative and very nostalgic. On a personal note, I'm sorry to hear about your uncle, this is a nice tribute.
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  January 14, 2010
A really FUN build, Crimso! Some great parts usage in there. I agree to some extent with the comment left to you, in that by mimicing the surface form and texture of a model, you can learn more refined ways of building. But is that what you're interested in? Creating with Lego is so freeing, because it's absolutely about what YOU, the builder, want. If you feel your current technique could use refining (I'm always looking to improve, so I could understand if you feel the same), then his recommendation might offer some opportunities to expand your technique. I could easily see you combining some really organic techniques (as he puts it) with more realistic effects. But also, don't forget that what was said, was from a single perspective, and he has his own opinion about what makes a good Lego creation...yours might differ.
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  January 14, 2010
This is great, recognisably a Crimso creation and I think several of my fellow MOCers below have hit on exactly the points I would make about that too. You won through to the 5th round of the MOColympics and lost to the eventual winner (harshly too. I thought you followed the criteria better for that video game round, but i'm no judge!)using your style. If it aint broke don't fix it. I do some very simple sketching if I have an idea at work for example and I'm nowhere near my bricks, but apart from that I like to try things, experiment, just play with the stuff! I also wouldn't classify your stuff as either childish or simple just because some of it has the classic space toy feel - remember skilled designers got paid well to come up with the classic designs and I think you pay homage to them while trying hard to surpass them. Bottom line, try planning once and see how it feels. If you don't like it, leave it alone. If it works for you then it can be another string to your bow.
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  January 14, 2010
Once again thanks people for your great comments ! I won't be there for a week, and won't have access to Internet, so sorry I won't be able to answer everybody and to comment on all your new MOCs, but be assured I'll do as soon as I'll be back to my home - Have a nice weekend everybody !
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  January 14, 2010
It is a very cool ship. As for the comment, well, I guess it is up to you really. If you think you want/need to "grow" as a builder, then this person's advice is solid. If you are happy with your builds, and you enjoy building them (the most important thing to me), then build as you are. Lee.
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  January 14, 2010
Very nice...excellent choice of colours.
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  January 14, 2010
Excellent use of colour makes this ship like no other on Mocpages. Awesome build, well done 5/5.
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  January 14, 2010
Sweet. Awesome built.
Crimso Giger
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Blake Buehl
  January 13, 2010
Excellent job! My opinion...your ships are very large and well done but now that you mention it, your ships tend to look similar. Try to draw out some designs, or try new tecniques. I'd like to see some intricate lines and such on them. Try a really big ship, like Mark K. or Jason C. orsome specific type of ship, like Steef's longships or Yuri's flatships. Keep building!
Crimso Giger
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That LDD Guy
  January 13, 2010
Very nice, I like the use of the lego companies airliner bottom. Sorry about your uncle.
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  January 13, 2010
I like what Hans said as much as I like what you build. Everyone has their own way of working and some just have to tell you how to fix your way. That's life, huh. see ya. garth
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  January 13, 2010
First of all, my condolences on the passing of your uncle. Losing a family member is never easy and I hope that you and your family have the love and support you all need. Second, this is another fantastic and fun creation in your trademark style. Great parts usage throughout and a nice color scheme. As for your intriguing discussion question, there is quite a bit to ponder there. I think it just comes down to style preference and individual differences in the creative process. The fact that you can just start building and come up with something like the above MOC in 6 hours is truly awesome. There are not many builders that can do that; possibly your helpful critic included. The fact is, you have a singular ability for making chaos look cohesive. Your MOC's are packed with details and interesting parts usage that works close-up as well as when looking at the MOC as a whole. It speaks to your skill and creativity as a builder that despite the crazy greebles and protrusions, your MOC's all somehow come out looking like everything is exactly where it should be. And while the anonymous builder's criticism may have been positively constructive, there is definitely an undercurrent of arrogance to their message; they would not have said anything if they didn't think they knew how to make you a better builder. That arrogance doesn't mean the message came from a bad place though. I would guess that the builder who sent you that message probably just has a preference for a less "chaotic" look, but recognizes that you're a phenomenal builder and wonders what a MOC from you would look like if it were more "planned." As for planning vs "going for it," both have strengths and weaknesses. Why NOT try the one you don't normally do though? It can't hurt, and you might wind up with something you would not have otherwise come up with. If it sucks, no one has to see it. Bottom line: you know your style and what works best for you. As long as you're having fun with the building process, what else matters?
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  January 13, 2010
so awesome there are no words to describe it
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  January 13, 2010
Well, I can´t see anything that you need to change. You´re a pretty good builder, you have your very own and distinctive style, like a signature. This is CRIMSO! All your MOCs look great and your skills are waaaay better than mine (which are rather basic). I´d be happy if I were as skilled as you are, unfortunatelly I´m not, but I don´t care. I have fun with the creations I make and how I make them. So, if you also have fun in what you do, you´re doing it right! Keep on building your way, it´s perfect! BTW, great cruiser - nice mix with bionicle parts and little details everywhere. I´ll have to visit it multiple times to see everything. This creation cries:"I´m a Crimso!" Cheers!
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  January 13, 2010
Because I know you are far too modest to say it yourself, you won 5 rounds in the MOColympics, only to be taken out by the eventual champ in the 6th round. 5 rounds. If you ask me, that speaks for itself.~H
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  January 13, 2010
Wow! Very unique design in all aspects of the ship. I really like the choice of colors.
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  January 13, 2010
Great job. Theres sooooo many details here, I might just have to go take another look. Anyways it looks great. I like the whole feel of this thing. Once again I am very sorry about your uncle, I know how you feel I have been thrue it many times before.
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  January 13, 2010
Très beau, très imaginatif, comme toujours... mais encore mieux cette fois :) -Dan
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  January 13, 2010
I want to say to everyone who comment A BIG THANKS for your opinions, whatever they are, and your support. I'm really happy you've take the time to read and help. Now I feel really better, because I was full of doubts - Cheers to all !!!
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  January 13, 2010
Nice details, i can see a big Futuron crew commanding this ship. And i have the same style of building like you. Sure, you could make perfect shaped, technical believable boring adultships but those Kelsoworks, how good they are, don't give the right credit to classic Lego space. Without that "childish" thing your ships would look like all the other big ships on mocpages. You have a great mix of professional build and creative chaos. So, keep your style because it's unique.
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  January 13, 2010
fantastic job, crimso, I love the bulky look you gave this! as for your building style, I agree in a way with your unnamed advisor. learning how to produce unique shapes through reference pics is a great idea, I might start trying to do this myself. but, not at the expense of having fun while building. you should try this method, but if you find it at all burdensome, you should stop and return to your normal style, which is awesome at minimum.
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  January 13, 2010
This is insanely detailed, I am loving the bridge section a lot. And I think that the way you build is excellent. That is what makes you standout from the rest of the builders out there across the internet. I like you as a builder because you don't follow the flow, you make your own and have fun doing so. So keep doing what you do best
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  January 13, 2010
In my opinion, your MOCs are great for at least two reasons: they are instantly recognizable as Crimso MOCs, and they are totally original. The ability LEGO gives us to express our individual creativity with a common tool set is what is so wonderful about it. While I enjoy a good BSG cylon raider or SW moc, I much prefer creations that are not based on someone elses ideas or designs, but come more or less directly from the mind of the creator, which is what you do every time. How many themes have you created now? With that said, I do think we should all be willing to experiment with new methods and techniques, not just in the realm of LEGO, but in life in general. Bottom line: do you like the work? Do you enjoy or get a benefit from the process of building? Often the essence of art is process, not product.
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  January 13, 2010
i like the ship. personally i plan sometimes and other times i just put pieces together. i like your mocs the way they are, but one thing about drawing what you want and then trying to build it is that it sometimes forces you to think of new ways to make a shape and so you learn new ways of using lego pieces. but if you just start building then it usually is unique and fits your personaly building style. no one builds exactly the same. so my advice is: plan your mocs a little, but always leave room for a little spontanious creativity
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  January 13, 2010
Very nice ship! I would keep building the way you normally do, it impresses me all the time!
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  January 13, 2010
As to the criticism you have recieved mate, and no matter how nice it is, it is criticism, LEGO is a toy. If your MOC's look toyish, I don't think it is a bad thing. In all honest, it was your work that made me think to myself, "hey look, it's O.K to still build a real LEGOY creation, people will still like it." ----- I had a real serious attitude to building LEGO myself at the start when I was building AMIST, one where I wanted to force the LEGO into the shape I had imagined. But your style showed me it was O.K to have fun also, so I would take the remarks with a pinch of salt. I'm sure you can start building Ferrari's that look perfect, so what. The reason I love space is that who knows what an alien craft should look like, no-one. You can't do one wrong!----- ----- My GUn-Runner was an exact production of the method of, hmmm, I'm gonna grab these pieces and see what happens, and the shape is wicked! One I would never have thought up on paper.----- ----- Does that make us childish, that we don't first draw our design, or true LEGO artists who mould creation from the products at hand, rather than trying to fit pre made pieces into a rigid design on paper, like forcing a plastic sqaure through a plastic whole? ----- ----- Afterall, we don't get paid to do this, we do it for fun, and with the pieces we have. And I'm sure people who display imgainitive and original designs are always going to be able to mimic more conventional designs,but why? Just to fall in line with everyone else. A great sales maxim is, 'Stand apart from your competition' and you certainly do that Crimso. ----- I'd say to anyone out there, just keep doing what you enjoy, what ever that maybe, so long as it doesn't hurt anyone ofcourse. Cheers...
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  January 13, 2010
Hahaha, I forgot to tell you how great the ship is! This is awesome! All that said, if you WANT to explore new techniques and expand your style, more power to you. Just don't do it because some 'I know better than you' came along and said to. Brick on my friend, brick on!~H
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  January 13, 2010
Wow. I'm with Ocean and Shifu, I think it was indeed arrogant to write such a long winded e-mail about such a thing. I'm sorry, didn't you go pretty FAR in the MOColympics this year? As I recall, you showed quite a bit of diversity in each round that you competed. The real question you need to ask yourself is whether you enjoy doing what you do. Look, the only other 'style' I know of is 'Phipson Style' and I'm pretty sure THAT is illegal in the continental 48 and Hawaii. (it's pretty much a free-for-all in Alaska) LEGO is a TOY! Being 'childish' is one of my favorite aspects of the brick and I'm insulted by anyone who says otherwise! That's it, I'm off to the 'I'm Offended' thread again!*grumble,grumble* Long live 'Crimso Style'!~H
  January 13, 2010
And he's back in town again! Yeh, I'm not surprised you can do something this good in afew hours at all, sometimes the quicker builds go with details you might not have used had you had time to refine, and sometimes that's a good thing. My Gun-runner took me an hour, while I was watching TV, and I almost didn't even photograph it until I realised I could do a compilation, and it was well liked. The 'Magnum Opus has some new details like the rocket engines in the wings, and those nose pieces in the bridge, fun to see these new adaptions to your signiture design style. The nose is great too.
  January 13, 2010
As I sit and think about it, Leo and Shannon make great points. I still do not think the letter is offensive, but that may just be me. Their points on your style, however, are valid. Your stuff is original, which makes it grand. In the end, I think you will have to do what feels best to you. My condolences to you and your family in regards to your Uncle.
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  January 13, 2010
Are you kidding me?!?!? If you changed your style, then it wouldn't be Crimso Style any more! I actually find the letter rather insulting. Even if this person said he/she wasn't being arrogant, the tone reflects it otherwise. No, if there are any changes, it would only come from you. And holy sheeta'ke! What another fine ship. It's raw- and aggressive-looking!
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  January 13, 2010
Hmmm... Giger-y goodness...
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  January 13, 2010
Great to see some more pics of this cool vessel Crimso! I think I worked out what the extra ingredient is: it's your style but more intense, more extreme. Very cool and a great tribute to your uncle. Now, with regards to the "advice" on your technique, I actually found it quite rude and arrogant for someone to suggest building "more seriously". I suspect this came from someone on Flickr; there is a trend there, I've noticed, towards a certain type of popular style rather than individual creativity. I really hope you don't question your style or change what you make so that someone else likes it better. I LOVE your style. And I LOVE that you are yourself. Please message me who this person was that saw fit to attempt to "correct" your ways: I want to delete them from my contacts.
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  January 13, 2010
I like the colour scheme. There are quite a lot colours but it looks well organized. And you always use some parts I haven't ever seen before. ^^ To be honest, I like your building style as it is. I somehow admire you for being that consistent at building rather 'childish' or whimsical MOCs. I think it needs a lot of imagination to build this way, of course everybody can put some bricks together, but your outcome is always aesthetical. Your MOCs have that toy-factor, my MOCs are rather models and I rarely play with them. It somewhat sounds like you want to try out this other building approach though. Why not? Just don't do it because somebody told you, but because you want it. Anyway, I never thought your building style was inferior or such, it's rather something completely different and you can't really compare it with others.
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  January 13, 2010
bombastic in all sense! Looks mighty and dangerous and veeerrry detailed! Very nice!
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  January 13, 2010
You have really outdone yourself with the color pattern and design on this one. Excellent use of pieces, especially the fore section. The bridge is quite good as well. Bravo. As for the e-mail you received that sounds a lot like a certain admin of these pages, I agree with you that it was very well put. His point is also valid, with your obvious skill; you could do something quite incredible. I would take his advice and see what you can create from it. I myself need to follow that same advice and break away from the rather childish creations I make and try something different.
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  January 13, 2010
Quoting Steef de Prouw Hmmm quite interesting. It's something I've been contemplating when looking at your work too. So in that regard, I could have written that message. But I didn't. And for a reason: I really like your -as you put it- childish approach. I have a feeling that if you start planning things, your work will become much like a lot of other (good) artists on here. But maybe it won't, I don't know. It's probably something worth trying sometime. PS Sorry to hear about your uncle. That's sad news.
Thanks Steve, I totally understand your opinion. I think I should try the "serious" approach, and I will, even if I won't stop to make my "shiny toys" :-)
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  January 13, 2010
Hmmm quite interesting. It's something I've been contemplating when looking at your work too. So in that regard, I could have written that message. But I didn't. And for a reason: I really like your -as you put it- childish approach. I have a feeling that if you start planning things, your work will become much like a lot of other (good) artists on here. But maybe it won't, I don't know. It's probably something worth trying sometime. PS Sorry to hear about your uncle. That's sad news.
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  January 13, 2010
Quoting Blake Buehl Excellent job! My opinion...your ships are very large and well done but now that you mention it, your ships tend to look similar. Try to draw out some designs, or try new tecniques. I'd like to see some intricate lines and such on them. Try a really big ship, like Mark K. or Jason C. orsome specific type of ship, like Steef's longships or Yuri's flatships. Keep building!
Thanks ! What you said will be helpful :-)
 
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