Like many people here, I am an AFOL/TFOL (I'm 19) who like building a variety of things, particularly system scale vehicles. Also like many others, I'm looking at alternative forms of MOC-sharing, due to the struggles of MOCpages. Below are some things to take into consideration:
1) I love ideas and suggestions for improvement and new designs. I, however, probably like most people, do not want to be criticized without any true positive reasons. Please do not criticize for the sake of doing so or to make me (or anyone else) feel bad. If you have ideas for improvement, please be kind.
2) I will try to be as honest as I can be when I leave a comment. That being said, I will NOT leave any comment if I either have nothing to say or feel entirely against a model, as I feel that leaving negative comments and criticisms does not solve anything, and only hurts the community. Just as I will try to be honest, please be honest with me. If you do not like something about a model, please say so. I tend to find that doing so makes the creator know how you feel and also that you are not just saying something because you do not want them to feel bad.
3) Build what you believe. It doesn't matter how bad or good your model looks when it is first built. It is the effort that counts, and if it doesn't come out right, ask for help or ways to improve, and then try over and again until the model comes out the way you want it.
4) It's fine to use my designs as inspiration. What isn't okay is if you take someone's creation, without consent, and pass it off as your own, or say that you improved it so they don't deserve credit.
96% of teens won't stand up for God. Put this on your page if you're part of The 4% who will.
I'm back on MOC-pages to update some older MOCs and add some new ones now that I have some time.
Now introducing Falchos Aerospace, my all-new air, space (and other) vehicle corporation! Check us out here.
Thank you, and enjoy my interesting, simple, and unique designs!