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Woodlouse, Hey! TechnoVirus has actually made a MOC!
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Hi! You are probably wondering why I haven't posted in so long, well, I have important exams to pass, so I was preparing for them, as well as trying to make the game. So I was left with no free time to make MOCs. There are still exams that I need to pass, but I finally have time and aspiration to make MOCs. There's a bigger project on the way









Bionicle MOC: Woodlouse








So, as you might've guessed from the title - this is a Lego woodlouse made in 2 days for the "Constraction Telephone Game" on Eurobrick (although rules of the game allow you to build for 7 days , this one was built in 2 days).
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Comments

  July 11, 2016
i have a mac. does that change anything? EDIT: it works on chrome. thank you so much. for your help and patience haha
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  July 11, 2016
Quoting Cheesy Q . i don't have that option either
Did you do everything as I said?! Hm... Try Ctrl+Shift+I key combination and then click on the image.
  July 11, 2016
i don't have that option either
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  July 11, 2016
Quoting Cheesy Q . there is no view code option
in some browsers it is called "Inspect"
  July 11, 2016
there is no view code option
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  July 11, 2016
Quoting Cheesy Q . great piece usage. clever use of the torso armor. may I ask, how do you post images from Flickr on MOCpages?
There's the button on any of your's photos "Download this photo" and a list of sizes, what you do is click "View all sizes", select the needed size, then right click and select "View code", It'll open a window to your right, with a line marked, you then right click on that line, select copy, and then select copy element. Then you just paste that in you MOCpages page. If you want user to be taken to flickr when they click photo, put <a href="Insert link to this photo on Flickr here" target="_blank"> before the image code, and then </a> right after the image code.
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  July 6, 2016
great piece usage. clever use of the torso armor. may I ask, how do you post images from Flickr on MOCpages?
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  May 29, 2016
Armadillidium vulgare as a handsome fellow? That's really s.th. new to notice... ;)
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  May 29, 2016
The shaping on his carapace is gorgeous! Nice inclusion of the Kraata, too! :3
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  May 29, 2016
Cute little guy.
 
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