i m cyberfrank,
i live near montreal, quebec, canada.
i mainly speak french, but i manage english,
please excuse my mispelling and typos,
i m progressing as do my builds!
i had my first lego kit when i was 6,
it was a fire station!,the figs did nt have arms yet!,
after that,i had a red garage,
and a blue garage with a yellow towing.
i really got ultimately interested,
when i got my first technics yellow kit with motor!
i created things with this,for years!,
after that,i had many small kits.
i ultimately stoped using them for 2 reasons;
#1 no 6 wide windsheilds!,i did nt like 4 wide trucks.
unless they re ranger types pick ups!
#2 gi joe!,i was compelled with the design and stories!
when i discovered the cartoons and catalog,
i was hooked,and did nt have any money for anything else!
after that,i got girlfriends and jobs,
it all started to grow back on me when i saw the nxt!
i was gathering kits and parts for my robot project,
when i met manoxylo,and her 4 kids!,
WE the decided on building a city for stop motions.
our couple did nt stand our problems together,
but, the project goes on with a different scenario,
I am in the process of replacing the elements that where not mine in the city,
[houses, garage, farm...] with others of at leat the same quality.
ultimately,with time,I want to do animations,[stop motion]
with the city,and make stories!
PEOPLE I ADMIRE
WILLIAM MCDONOUGH ARCHITECT
and MICHAEL BRAWGART master-bio-chemist,
for their genius and good hearted work
on the cradle to cradle concept!
JOHN GRAY PHD for his work on mars & venus!
WALT DISNEY,for the tomorow land project,and animations.
JOHN LENNON,for his vision and work on peace,
BILLY JOEL,for his generosity, and humanity!
GENE RODDENBERY for his positive vision of the future,
GEORGES LUCAS, for his tenacity, and belief in his vision!
GERRY ANDERSON, for his stylistic stories and humility!
SEAN KENNEY, as he lives from his art with lego,and made this site!
DAVID SUZUKI for his great documentaries on nature.
JACQUE FRESCO for the VENUS PROJECT of a new society principle.
i ll think of more...
CREATOR S LOG;
so it s nothing new,
it s just i did nt feel it justified to be on my main page anymore!
Great I can see your buddy icon there,hey by the way make yourself and account on lego cuusoo it's awsome I'm too young (13 years) to participate on the proyect challenge but you can add a cool lego classic or modular of yours and get 10,000 supports to became your lego creation to a set (product) and you actually get money out of the sells!! But you have to be 18 up to participate. try it!! I'll support your creation here's my account is:Andrewbricks
Here's the link to the page:http://lego.cuusoo.com
Quoting cyberfrank 2010
it seemed in peril, and you might not continue, at first, I tought you where supposed to each do a part of the serie, and now you re doing it alone, I just did nt want your project to flunk, because, it held great promises.
Oh but the originaI plan was to do it alone, the Idea to share the story came later, the main risk factor is myself actually, I know that the series I wrote in the past never lasted very long. Because of that it might be a good Idea to coop with someone, that will require quite some coordination however in order to keep the story consistent, as far as I know it hasn't been done yet within the genre of lego story-series. Because replicating the ship is the most problematic we can start by coop "Island episodes", this means I end my episode by making port at an Island and someone else (you, Ben or Morthen) starts his episode on the island and ends there. This way there's no need for a 'Beauty' replica.
Either way, there's still a lot of work to be done before that can happen, the 4th episode for example ;)
Quoting Sebeus I
it s great! I wrote that because of the way you talked about the serie, it seemed in peril, and you might not continue, at first, I tought you where supposed to each do a part of the serie, and now you re doing it alone, I just did nt want your project to flunk, because, it held great promises.
Btw, as for my series, your are in the next episode, that was my plan all along actually, It would have been a bit too complicated if I introduced you in the third episode already.
I think you should also know that the series is not really about ship battle's but rather about exploring the wide ocean and its islands. Ofcourse there will be battle action but I think the characters need to 'grow' into that.
For now we're just a carpenter, sailor and gunner exploring the world.
I have a fitting background for you aswell, you will have a history as a trader, an entrepreneur who knows his way around in the economy of the age of sail.
The characters need to have these different backgrounds in order to maintain a somewhat plausible story. That's also the reason why we aren't commanding a fully armed frigate at this point (for example).
Nevertheless, as the series progresses our influence will grow (and so will the crew).
Atleast that's how I see it ;)
Hey have you been seeing all I have been up to? I did the whole story of Peter Pan, very detailed vignettes, the WIZARD OF OZ 34 separate vignettes to tell the story (even black & whites to pay homage to the Judy Garland movie!), I did the X-Men and tons of DC Superheroes! And the ROMAN GODS! Stop by!
How are you?
Yess, I have the head and even the hair, this makes things a lot easier, I can't promise a role in the third episode (because that one is already in the making) but I'll prepare the introduction of your sigfiggy in the story.
It might take some time though, I'm pretty bussy t'ill the end of Januari so I probably won't post much during that time.
Canada, eh? Pretty nice editing on the main photo there. By the way, just want to mention: when you use the word/letter "i" to refer to yourself, it's supposed to be capitalized; so, for example, "I went to the shops to buy some icecream". Seeing as you're not a native english speaker, that might have slipped your notice, but I figure that since you seem to manage to get your meaning across fairly well, it can't hurt to work on grammar a little. Just a thought. But yeah, four children? I really can't imagine how you'd manage to pry enough lego away from them to get anything built, especially if your wife gets in on the act as well. Must be a real juggling act.