unhh 4:48pm, 9 June 2006
how 'bout we all greeble an approximately 64 stud area, post a pic in the group pool, and we can all learn like any group study. Of course some people will learn more than others but we can still learn ideas.
Bohman 13 years ago
Good idea. I'll get around to it once I get home again (=in a few days).
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NickMean 13 years ago
It's a fantastic idea but 64 studs!? I don't have that many greebly parts!
sweltering stocking [deleted] 13 years ago
Yeah, make it a 6 x 6 area instead.
Bohman 13 years ago
I assume that we are allowed to create the feeling of a hull on this area - not greeble it entirely. Like Hoffy did here.
-Mainman- 13 years ago
Yes, I do believe a 64 stud area (emphasis on area) would be 8 x 8 or 4 x 16, etc. I'm sure you have enough greeble parts for that.
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brickfrenzy Posted 13 years ago. Edited by brickfrenzy (admin) 13 years ago
8x8 isn't that hard. I might participate.

I can work it into my airship project :)
Brenden T Wilson 13 years ago
Sounds fun
unhh 13 years ago
yeah area. 8x8. not 64x64. lol.
Dezperado 13 years ago
sounds good. I'll get on it first thing in the morning.
Dezperado 13 years ago
Mine is up.
Bohman 13 years ago
My contribution:
greeble-study
abiding step [deleted] 13 years ago
how do I post the pic's?
Bohman Posted 13 years ago. Edited by Bohman (member) 13 years ago
Tony: If you want to post the pictures like I did above, you have to use HTML. If you don't want to write the code yourself, go to the picture you want to post and click on "all sizes" above it. Choose your size (if you want to post it in a thread like this, the small size is probably preferable). Copy and paste the code in the box labelled with the number one, and there you go!

If you want to post it to the pool, go to the photo in question and click on the "send to group"-button above it and select "classic-space".

Hope that helped.

Edit: all of this requires that you have the pic in your photostream, naturally.
abiding step [deleted] 13 years ago
thank's a lot Linus!

so I'm going to build some greebly study stuff in the next few days and post it here.
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Matt Forcum 13 years ago
Good Idea. I'll see if I can squeeze in a block of time to put something together.
Dezperado 13 years ago
greeblie bits.
lights 13 years ago
I BUILT!!! Can you believe it?
AHorv 13 years ago
No, now who did you pay to make that?
unhh 13 years ago
www.flickr.com/photos/95591421@N00/167263043/in/pool-clas...

redid mine. I'm surprised so many people are doing this.
Bohman Posted 13 years ago. Edited by Bohman (member) 13 years ago
Hey fellas! I tried to do a summary of lessons I have learned so far. I'm not posting it in two places though (my fingers are sore from all the writing ;-), but check it out here if you want.
lights Posted 13 years ago. Edited by lights (member) 13 years ago
I tweaked mine as well. I just wasn't as happy with it when I looked at it again. Squeezed things together a bit and added a tiny bit more detail, and now I think it pops just a little bit more. :)
Hafhead 13 years ago
A little late, but here's mine:

A couple more pics are here.

I built this within a day or two of hearing about the greeble study, but just last night got around to shooting pics.
unhh Posted 13 years ago. Edited by unhh (member) 13 years ago
That thing with the worm gear and the car engine things is awesome.
Dezperado 13 years ago
better late than never.
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