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biodreamer last won the day on December 1 2018

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    Stockholm, Sweden
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    Software development, Games of all types (Computer,videogame,board games,..),Movies,Lego .
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    6987-1, 375-2, 6085-1,6986-1,6985-1

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  1. and is a broken program on many computers, so your most likely not doing anything wrong. I have tried that program on two of my machines after they broke it a two years ago. (it was working fine before that) One I only get a black screen, the other the mouse pointer goes behind the program and isn't rendered. So the program is unusable. MOC people should really stay away from that software or make pdf instructions after working with it, if your lucky enough to have the software run on your machine.
  2. I was not talking about the black square it's for the pattern machine in the Lego factory. I just don't get the "shadow" thingy shape on the neck. what cause that curvy form.
  3. yeah getting the same angle when taking photos is hard even if you do all of them yourself. and then getting the right lightning and without having your setup cast shadows on the scene.
  4. That looks much better, now it's just the pattern that is low a resolution.
  5. looks a bit to reflective to me, seeing the hands in form of shadows would be fine but now it more look like it's a mirror, the rest of the imperfection is due to low polycounts and the fact that the print isn't a texture but regular polygons. (flaw in ldraw) so neither of those can be expected to change. what is that weird shadow on the neck in all renders?
  6. Well I don't see why you would by something like that you got the inventory and the picture those two will add up to a complete build for free, it's like a puzzle you can buy the solution for.
  7. what color setting do you have when building, that will affect if the part shows up in missing or not, you might have 21 if you sum all colors up.
  8. biodreamer


    if you add 9999-1 and it contains 3004 and 3004s001 you will get both those parts it doesn't decide if the sticker is applied or not. You can then either mark it lost if you care about having correct sticker inventory and don't have it, do nothing, if its still on the sheet or use the is stickered feature to mark up your part(s) with a sticker, which would potential affect your build result depending on implementation details.
  9. Looks great but I still think the transparent needs some work, they look like trans-clear with color only on the edges. sure the edges shall have deeper color but they aren't that transparent in real life especially not after scratching them up by building with them. not sure what you can do with those render tools thought. it need to measure thickness while ray tracing, not just number of surfaces and make them loose alpha the thicker they get. in fact they look funky where is the wall thickness on those bricks, you should be able to see the end of the walls on the "floor" never mind took out some brick and the thickness seem to be reflected correctly might need some tweaking with the colors still especially if any of those is one of the darker colors, the trans-red is hard to see through.
  10. why not set it up as a freemium? leave the 1$ price and link the instrction in the description. so you can get money fro the design if people want to support you.
  11. It's relaxing, it's far better then meditation and yoga. Don't mind it at all but it also lead to having to shop for more boxes and storage containers quite often. I guess you could sell what you get to much off, but never reached that point and I have two big boxes full with red 2x4 bricks. Can you have to many of those?
  12. well the fastest and cheapest way to build up a collection of parts is buying big second hand lots on flee market and ebay sites. it means a lot of time sorting, and working on your collection, since you can't really just import the result of your order. it also means a lot of incomplete sets, which isn't a problem if all you want is a lot of spare parts otherwise it a good idea to start shopping on Bricklink for the parts and pad your orders with parts you like or want for MOCS while picking up the missing set pieces.
  13. so a expensive version of simons handcrafted one, I think most boxes cost more than the Lego inside, which suffer from the same symptoms as vokhev's but with a larger fraction of technic
  14. This is my setup: First column: Wheels, Windows, Panels, Doors and Containers 2nd column Technic + Electric parts 3rd column: Tiles, modified plates, Accessories and minifigs 4th column Plates 5th column Slopes, modified bricks, plants & trees 6th column Bricks and the boxes on the drawer is the very large parts such as the baseplates, train track, boats and all the Lego dimension kits are in the boxes below. Here goes everything that doesn't fit in a small drawer so it's mostly bricks and plates but also large wheels, battery boxes, train track and train carts, castle walls and trees, there is some technic here also. This is how one of those 192 drawers look like inside. currently only one is empty the rest is filled much like this one. Depending on what you build and what color you fetch them and put them next to you on the desk. The big bins are already close so I just leave them in the bookshelf.
  15. first of all subsets has the same instruction as the set and you could link to the same sources or leave them blank, I am talking on how you should build the system, Having them the same type of object would make things so much simpler, if the field is empty don't display that part of the GUI etc. an vola you can link a whole set tree no problem if you need to put subsets in subsets or sets in other sets it just works.