Quoting The Royal Brick
Huh, I guess it's a good thing MOC pages allows LDD builders, otherwise no one would ever like your "MOCs". I saw that you made something real, and that was the only thing I kinda, just kinda, liked.
Well thanks for your "kind" comment, but you know, if you don't like other people's "creations" then don't even comment on them ^^. Yes, LDD MOCs are MOCs as well, they are built by a person, the program we use is just a tool, mostly for people who can't afford new pieces. And i don't know but the acronym "MOC" doesn't have the phrase "real lego" in it... Oh and let's not forget that sometimes LDD can prove to be harder to use than real lego, some people manage to master it, some don't. I myself would rather build with real pieces, but right now I can't afford it, but that doesn't mean that I can't build my LDD MOCs in real life some other time, or that other people get inspired by them and build it in real life. Oh and to top everything, LDD was made by the Lego company, it's an easier way to share technics and ideas among builders. Those who think that LDD mocs are not mocs at all...are sadly...narrow minded. You have to learn to tell a skilled LDD user apart from a beginner. This is a hobby based on the same ideas...we should all support each other, instead of flaming and hating others who use different methods. Have a nice day! :)