I had a wild bur in my bonnet last weekend and decided the world needed a BOC-mimic minifig. You know, as a mcguffin, treasure, or a fun side quest. After sketching a few ideas down I fired up my 3d modeling program of choice, and hopped to it.
Of course a BOC is not just a BOC without a Vestibule of Patience. Though, in this case, it is more of a metaphorical VOP in respects that people put BOCs on pedestals and would gladly cut each other down for one.
That led to a fat pillar, a thin pillar, and rounding out the set a regular BOC. All printed on my woot sold 3d printer!
Hahaha… well you don’t know the half of it. On my BiL’s recommendation I started dinking with d&d terrain for him to replicate, paint, and use when covid blows out. So there’s that… and bear claws, zenomorphs, 3d terrain maps, etc.
The printer was a good investment even if I am slowing down on using it now a days.
Your BOC is obviously a Mimic, right? That is great.
Because all of us get excited to possibly get one, then it turns on us about 3 minutes after opening…
It’s the closest thing most of us will get to a childhood Christmas morning experience in our adult lives.