Oh yeah, like it says on my MOCpages homepage, I’ve been playing with (real) LEGOs since I was very young. My first LEGO set was a house, and the second was a small helicopter. I got both of these back when I was still living in Russia. From then on, I was playing with LEGOs as often as I could, amidst my other hobbies. I thought of myself as quite a skilled builder even back when I only had real LEGOs and hadn’t even heard of any LEGO CAD programs. I even had several of my best models as entries in the “Craft” project when I was in 4-H (10-year member and achievement award winner). When I left for college, I gave all my LEGOs away to my siblings and younger relatives of friends. I somewhat regret that decision now, but I’m glad I found an artistic medium that allows me to combine my enthusiasm for LEGO with my computer know-how.
Where do you live now? And does the programe allow you to do all the things that you can do with real lego? One more question, are you going to by any real lego? Permalink
2) Your question is a bit confusing. The LEGO CAD programs are essentially CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software with pre-fabricated 3-D objects made to look like LEGO.
3) Yes, when I have the spare money to afford it (along with a digital camera).
2) Your question is a bit confusing. The LEGO CAD programs are essentially CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software with pre-fabricated 3-D objects made to look like LEGO. Answer: you answered it by saying that. BUT... what I mean is that can you do those things that some people call non-official techniques? Example: the plates side ways in-between other plate studs?