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Just a question guys, nothing more nothing less :D
 

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Im almost always happy with my builds if not then there is no point progressing:)
 

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Tend to be happy with most of my builds.
Some of them, not so much, though
 

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The more I build the easier it gets. I'll admit I had a couple builds when I was first starting out that I got so fed up with I just smashed them on the ground and oh man did it feel good ;D
 

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I've generally been happy with my builds, although I can almost always find something I could've done better. I find myself getting more patient these days, so hopefully on my next projects I'll be more likely to work through issues rather than go 'just finish the f'in thing already!!'
 

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I agree patience is the key
Not speed,... No never speed
I find that the longer the process the nicer the end product,.... mmmm who duh thunkit?
 

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Belugawrx said:
I agree patience is the key
Not speed,... No never speed
I find that the longer the process the nicer the end product,.... mmmm who duh thunkit?

I agree here!
 

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I'm mostly satisfied with my builds , but to complain about , there are actually always something.
 

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My builds have so much potential, if only because I never finish them. LOL! ;D
 

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Belugawrx said:
I agree patience is the key
Not speed,... No never speed
I find that the longer the process the nicer the end product,.... mmmm who duh thunkit?

This I agree with. Sometimes I have to put a build down for a while to find patience, years even.

I think most of my builds go to plan and I'm happy with the final product. I always show them to my wife to get her opinion, builds she gives the thumbs up on people seem to like.
 

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Ozzman78 said:
Belugawrx said:
I agree patience is the key
Not speed,... No never speed
I find that the longer the process the nicer the end product,.... mmmm who duh thunkit?

This I agree with. Sometimes I have to put a build down for a while to find patience, years even.

I think most of my builds go to plan and I'm happy with the final product. I always show them to my wife to get her opinion, builds she gives the thumbs up on people seem to like.

the wife knows best
 
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I'm always happy with my builds (even though they look terrible).
You see, I build model for fun, not show, not to brag, not to put anyone down on the forums, just to have fun.
You will never see me enter a show or competition (except to the SMA BSC and other light hearted online contests).
To me the joy is in the creative process.
I can't wait to get my energy and health back so I can finish my new model room and start building (and doing videos) again.
 

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MY builds usually go fine, I have to remember that you can only achieve being happy with a build by being content with it. In other words i try to strive for perfection and have to remind myself perfection doesn't exist.
 

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