I am sure designing sets is a very tough and exacting process that takes much more time than people realize. However, seeing you "play" by creating models such as this is great fun. I love the look, and the idea of dinosaurs in space is just slap hilarious. How would a T-Rex pilot a ship with such tiny arms?
Quoting Jake White
Lego hires the people they do why? Almost everyone on this site is better than Lego, [snip]
To be hired by LEGO you should have a Design degree, product design is the actual job, but any design education will give you a good footing to work at LEGO. Then you need a good portfolio to send to them.
I can't disagree with you that many people out in the world make amazing LEGO brick creations, many of them of a far higher degree of detail and accuracy than LEGO's own products. But consider any of your MOCs, now give it to a six year old, tell them to play with it, and leave the room for a couple of hours. How well do you think it would fare? This is the challenge of LEGO design, doing that, for a fixed price, and making it buildable for children of that age from pictures only - and with as few flips or twists in those pictures as possible. You can see my MOCs, and in my work folder you can see what I design for LEGO, I try to put as MOC like an object in a box as possible, but the target age group will always dictate how possible this is.
Thanks for the comment! Cheers, Mark.
Lego hires the people they do why? Almost everyone on this site is better than Lego, I'm thirteen and (not to be into myself because I'm just trying to prove a point here) people tell me that I should be designing my own series at this age! I really love this moc and space dinos don't stand a chance! Suck laser prehistoric ponchos!
Cool Dino Viper. Um....trans round 1x1 smooth tiles? Are those introduced in the Dino sets? I must have those pieces!!! Hopefully in all the colors too. Squeezing as many VV's as you can today? Lol Great! ~cheers