Thursday, May 26, 2011

TBs TechPoll 25 - 2011, 1st Quarter - Favorite week TechVideos

Let's run another poll for the videos weekly featured at TBs . This time for the Q1 of 2011.

In the next two weeks you can vote on your favorite video(s), among those highlighted during the 1st quarter (2011, Q1) under the 'Week TechVideo' tag.


Bellow is the list with the videos posted within this period:

*) Not the author from the featured model.


You may vote for more than one video, if that reflects your preferences.


Notes:
- This video poll does not aim to select the best MOC, but rather well done videos featuring a LEGO Technic model, a nice video reportage from a Technic subject as part of an AFOL event, or
some cool/innovative thing with interest for the Technic fans community.
- These are videos that somehow caught my eye at some point, thus based on a personal choice, and do not intend in any way to be considered as the best representatives from the work done by the Technic fans.
- Please notice, this is a poll taken for the fun. The authors of the videos here featured are not rewarded, independently of the final rank position they will achieve.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Black Dragon had the best production value. IMO

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I also love the video from the Black Dragon.
The level of presentation is just insane.

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