ZetoVince wrote:Anyone who finds it ugly, should blame only those who voted for it!thus many of them should blame themselves!
So who is to blame? For me it is definitely not a designer's fault.
I don't see that as a valid complaint at all. People have unlimited votes to cast and of the projects approved they've yet to say "well we're making X so we can't do Y, sorry". And as far as blaming the voters for the result... really?Voting for this impossible combination was a waste of opportunity for an actual possible creation to be made.
ZetoVince wrote:A realistic looking, playable, minifig scale car that can fit a minifig is an impossible combination!
Solo wrote:"Minifig scale" is a joke, they only worry about what looks best for the task at hand. That's how you end up with system cars ranging from this to this. The scale they went with is fine. That's not the problem. It's the detailing, which I think they could have done better even within the handbook and at that size.
And yes, actually, Lego absolutely can say no to every Cuusoo project that comes along. That's part of the deal. They aren't obligated to do anything and if they didn't like the ideas coming through they would just shut the thing down. And like I already said about the unlimited votes, it's not like picking one means shunning another. Vote for both. Vote for everything you even sort of like. Not supporting a model you like because you think Lego veto it is ridiculously pessimistic, even by my standards. You have literally nothing to lose by voting for it and everything to gain. Even if it turns out different from the design you wanted to see made you won't be forced to buy the final product if it makes it through. Your thought process confounds me. It's like you're missing the point of Cuusoo entirely.
Solo wrote:That Mustang though... man. Were there any good muscle cars in the '80s? At all?
dWhisper wrote:The bottom of the ad in the original post says that it's exclusive to Lego Shop@Home and LEGO Stores.
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