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mohnick

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Builder app - mohnick
« on: December 27, 2012, 12:32:45 am »
Hello again :)
Hoping to get builder rank this time. ( maybe a late christmas present ? hint )
Made adjustments and some new builds.
When someone looks @ my builds, all the builds inside the lava line is mine.

All the info that is requested is on the previous application i linked here.
Link to previous Application and pictures:
http://www.opticraft.net/index.php/topic,15808.0.html

First new build are 2 connected spheres, and 2nd build is a Polyhedral shape.

And the new pictures:






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Re: Builder app - mohnick
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2012, 02:29:47 am »
Is that 1 or 2 buildings?

Honestly though, you're just rushing these and not raising your own standards.

2 spheres attached by a wire is just not creative.

Your previous 2 main buildings you did a good job on though, but those alone aren't enough for Builder.

I'd recommend coming up with a design that incorporates every shape 'n idea you've built thus far and create something spectacular.
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Re: Builder app - mohnick
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2012, 07:42:39 am »
I'd recommend coming up with a design that incorporates every shape 'n idea you've built thus far and create something spectacular.

My thoughts exactly. For now, rejected.

Helpful Builder Tip: Take your time. Greater detail comes from taking the time to look at the ideas and just going along as you would. Don't be surprised if a great big project takes you 3-5 days to complete-- that's normal. ;)