Hi, I'm a TFOL hailing from *classified*. :) i've been playing LEGOŽ for as long as I can remember, so I definitely have quite a bit of practice. However, due to the not-so unlimited pieces I have, I can't make just about everything I like and keep all of them in one piece. Nevertheless, I try to keep at least the ones I'm satisfied with on my MOC shelf.
I used to wade in this medium quite prolifically back in elementary, with all my parts easily within reach and my head overflowing with imagination. Nowadays, studying Architecture in college, I stay in a dorm style place with all my legos back at home, in another town, leaving me with less time than ever to work on my MOCs. Even if I brought them here, I doubt I would have the mental resources to spend on MOCing! (Architecture is intense stuff LOL!) So, these days, I only make a few MOCs a year, depending on the time and the inspiration.
But when the time and inspiration do come together, I'm more ready than ever to wade through the sea of bricks once again to find the perfect form. I'm always learning new tricks, new methods of streamlining, and other factors that gradually improve my skills. As people say, quality over quantity, and judging how my MOCs have evolved ever since I was a kid, while I make fewer of them now, each one is worth many times more than what they used to be.
Besides, as they say in my major, less is more!
Oh, and I also have a youtube channel, here is the link if you wish to check it out :)