So you want me to make something similar with F.I.?
I like it
May 22, 2011
Frank, I have removed this MOC from the MLRC. Don’t take this as an insult. We were glad to have your MOC on our page for a few days, but it was not one of the 4 categories of MOC currently being displayed . This link explains what the 4 categories of MCOs currently on display are: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=16812&topicid=68407
Your Metal Legion MOC is better suited to posting on this Link: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/16277
Again, we are glad you posted your MOC on MLRC, and hope you continue to post MOCs there in the future! This clearing out of the posting list will happen about once a month.
Stay in the Metal Legion. Build! Post! Review! Attack!
Like most everyone else, I got hooked in by the use of lighting. Was surprised to see it was a green background, with the lighting I was expecting something darker. Not complaining though, a really cool diorama!
I like it
May 10, 2011
That first picture is an incredible hook! I had to open it at once! Really a good use of lighting. I agree with one of the previous remarks about making the wall thicker so no light leeks through between the bricks. This is the guy hanging onto the back of the tank turret! Mini-Tyrell! Again, great job! Attack!
Quoting Keith Goldman
lol! we really like the same movies! i experimented with lights for the first time on this! and...the nuclear joke, the black lights! it s funny how you happen to comment my first attempts at light plays! thanks a lot keith!
I like it
April 9, 2011
Wow, that first photo is really striking, and reminded me of the interrogation scene from Blade Runner. I like the arms-merchant concept too, I think this is my favorite of your models so far. It is obvious you put a great deal of thought and effort into it.
Quoting nuff nuff
thank you nuff nuff, i looked at your page to see if there was anything new, and could nt help look at your great vintage post office, can t wait to post mine everytime i see yours!
So the first picture has no editing? The glow is rather ominous. However, I would suggest a second wall behind the first that overlaps the gaps (while also having the TT cutaway) to keep the backlight from showing through.
Quoting Nick Barrett
...lol! i know where this is going, i don t do GUEST APPEARANCES without approval first, i knew tk would have loved it, so i did with the solar car, but, that s it, i also asked to parr, he never responded, so, i won t until he does, i have to come up with character names, so i go with it, not more, as for my nick, well, he despict himself quite well, his conscience is bought, he distract himself in women. i have no big plans for him, i m up to suggestions from you, nick.