• I approve of the usage of this piece in any and all cases! - .Tromas
  • I like this - gIadius
  • Not so much this. Just seems to be a really bizarre foot shape. Neither aesthetic nor practical. - gIadius
  • i really do love this! - Gabe Umland
  • 100% agreement. - wunztwice
  • I agree with it not being practical, but it's different, which is nice. - IronBricks
  • I like it from this angle. - Mechanekton
  • I'm *okay* with the feet but I wouldn't be opposed to something more built-up.
  • Yup! - CaptainInfinity
  • Feet are a real big problem though. Because you have to weigh out the stability versus the aesthetic. Sure, you can make small, pretty feet, but if it needs a 20x20 plate to stand that's not really all that cool, is it? I like this solution a lot, minimalistic and stable. Nothing wrong here (my Nagreth fared worse with his loafers). - NIRDIAN

Project Scarborough +applique

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Well folks, Standard Fare went mainstream on Brothers Brick. The thing is, receiving attention from fan boys, bloggers, cute girlies, etc. really rattles us underneath our reclusive skin. We'll take the props but pass on the paparazzi. To bolster our protection against attention and affliction, and to hole up our introverted personalities so that self doubt may permeate our conscious all the more unhindered, we've outfitted Project Scarborough: Standard Fare with a reactive armor suite. Internal fragilities lie sound beneath 4 inch plating.

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I logged on this morning to find that Tromas had put some of my work up on TBB. I was most flattered by his short write-up describing his "odd fascination" with my activity. It helped to dampen the sour realization that I would have to leave the house in a short while. Tromas' MaschinenKrieger contest of twelve months ago really got me building again, after a couple years notreallydoinganything. Cheers, bro.

  1. Ironsniper 30 months ago | reply

    New reactive armor looks bitchin'

  2. .Tromas 30 months ago | reply

    Haha, no worries buddy! Once again I am chucklin' at your description. Nice work duder!

  3. Pierre E Fieschi 30 months ago | reply

    I love that mix of sand colors and various tans! Very nice!

  4. IronBricks 30 months ago | reply

    Great job, I love the colors.

  5. |M-A-K-B-R-I-C-K-S| [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

    Quite sexy.

  6. Popsicle master (tomohawx) 30 months ago | reply

    I'm really loving this one!

  7. ѕроок 30 months ago | reply

    I for one am really excited that you have been building lately. :)

  8. Sikula Visual Solutions 30 months ago | reply

    The selective exposed studs work really well

  9. NIRDIAN 30 months ago | reply

    I always love 'extras' and alternative fittings on machines. And this hits the sweet spot alright. I especially LOVE the use of that shark-face-panel (and how I envy you for having those, damn).

    So yeah, beefed up mech is very nice!

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