Carbohydrates

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  • 1 week, 3 days ago Carbohydrates Level 11 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Thank you! I don't want to say it was a nightmare per se, but I will say that not one single part of this "worked" on the first go. Every single component of it had to be re-built and re-engineered at some point to make everything work and fit in such a small space. I wish I had pictures of older versions of this thing.
  • 1 week, 3 days ago Carbohydrates Level 11 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Thank you again for your kind comments! I promise, they aren't always this wild. This MOC really forced my hand in coming up with some really unusual solutions for things because I had so many weird connections and angles that had to fit into such a tiny space. I can totally see how a nose like this would work nicely on an '85 Camaro! I didn't originally want the front of the hood to be QUITE so angular, but 24299 and 24307 don't come in dark red yet. Using those also would have removed two of the studs on the hood.
  • 3 weeks ago Carbohydrates Level 11 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    I wish I had your restraint when it comes to rare and expensive parts. If it exists and I feel like it's the "right" piece, I'll splurge 9 times out of 10. The red windscreen on my Fairlane gasser was $9, the sand green 1 x 1 round plates on my mini modular bar were like $26 for 8, and the red garage door segments on my car dealership cost nearly $70 because I just couldn't settle for another color. I just can't help myself.
  • 3 weeks, 1 day ago Carbohydrates Level 11 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    You're more than welcome. I would love to see some pics of yours when it's done! Thanks so much for your support.
  • 3 weeks, 1 day ago Carbohydrates Level 11 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Thanks, you're very kind! You're an amazing builder as well. I always love seeing your work, and I'd bet we have a similar design ethos - all of my models are designed digitally before I build them, too.