Brickset Публикувано Декември 16, 2020 Share Публикувано Декември 16, 2020 Where's the best place to share pictures of your MOCs? In the 1990s it was Brickshelf. In the 2000s MOCPages, and in the 2010s Rebrick, but all are now either obsolete or offline, and nothing has come along to replace them. Nowadays, most of the best builders are to be found on Flickr and Instagram but because they are general-purpose social media platforms, they are not ideal. Having spotted an opportunity to provide something better, Galen Gidman has just launched a new site called blockheads.builders. Galen, a web developer and LEGO fan explains, "Blockheads is a community for LEGO builders to create and share their work with the world. The past few years have seen sites, apps, and forums for the online LEGO community come and go. As it stands today there's no longer a central hub for LEGO fans. By providing a platform for builders to share their work and interact with one another, Blockheads aims to become the place for the LEGO community to gather and grow." Personally, I think there is a gap in the market for something like this, but whether it will gain enough traction to become the place for MOCers to congregate remains to be seen. It certainly seems to have all the features needed for it to be a success, so I wish Galen the best of luck with it. I therefore encourage you to go and check it out and see what you think. There are many talented builders using it already. © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article Цитирай Адрес на коментара Сподели в други сайтове More sharing options...
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