A small vignette dedicated to Mark Kelso, enjoy :)
About this creation
This vignette is dedicated to Mark Kelso. A little while back (today being 5/1/08) he inspired me to create a vignette that deals with "The Endless Mind-bending Complexities of Sorting and Storage", as he put it. I began to think what I could do with this subject, and thus this MOC was born!
Heh. I just got two grocery bags of legos from my friend's parents. I haven't gotten through them yet.
I think the vig would be more effective if, for example, one box had only red hooks and the other had only blue tiles, and he was holding a blue hook and a red tile. Then he would have more of a dilemma.
Hey, does anyone else split their 1-bys by every-other-lengths (3s,6s,10s, and 14s together and 4s, 8s, 12s together) so it's easier to quickly tell the lengths apart?
Wow im sitting at my desk, taking a break from sorting all my snot pieces. ive been sorting my legos for 2 weeks and ive filled up 10 boxes and im nowhere near HALFWAY done! and to you guys who get easily frustrated, I recomend listening to classical music or sontin.
heheh, i have my legos in two medium-sized bins, a large tool case, one of those environmentally friendly bags, and in a shoebox. The tool case is perfectly organized, from size to piece to theme, like machinery-type parts. From the bag, it's primarily the taken apart MT-51 Claw Tank (Mars Mission) and B-Wing (my Ssyphin All-Terrain Tank lurks in there too), and the shoebox is also a couple of Mars Mission sets I keep separate from everything else. :)
Ah, my words come back to haunt me. Excellent job of capturing the emotion!...the anguish!!...the torment!!!... that eats away at one's very SOUL when trying to decide, for example, whether to store 1 x 1 tiles with the 1 x2's...or, maybe...WAIT!...seperately? AAAAAAARRRRRRGGGG!!!!!