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Admiral Croissant

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A view from above:

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The cellar, where the croissants are being made:

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The cellar, from the opposite direction:

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The ground floor, this is the actual shop:

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The ground floor from the opposite direction, with a rather strange customer.

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And finally, an overall view:

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Thanks for viewing!

Admiral Croissant

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Very cool, I live the cellar and your view showing how low the cellar is, plus the roof, great work on the roof.

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Well, it's um...original... :pir_laugh2:

Nice idea Croissant, very clever work there. I like the idea of using steps to make a cellar and still have the main shop on the ground floor. And it gave me a good laugh. All round good MOC, A+ there buddy. :pir-classic:

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Very cool, I live the cellar and your view showing how low the cellar is, plus the roof, great work on the roof.

:thumbup:

Live? :pir_wacko: need sleep? :pir-laugh:

Whats with you and croissants Admiral Croissant? I just don't understand how you would even think about croissants! I mean.. Its not like its in your name or anything.. Im just pure confused. :pir-look:

Anyway, I'd like a bakers dozen of Croissants, Admiral Croissant, from your fine croissant shop! :thumbup: Is croissant over used?

(Yea, I like the MOC btw.. :pir-wub: )

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Thought it was ment to be a bakery and not a croissant shop.

Nah, who doesn´t love croissants? It is vey nicely done and I

espacially like your roof with the wood looking structure of it

and the two different tones of brown. I also like the inside of

the croissant shop with croissants everywere. :pir_laugh2:

Just one thing though, shouldn´t there be a chimney from

the oven? :pir-classic:

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A bakery makes croissants though. :pir_laugh2:

This is very nice. I simply love the roof, great work on that.

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Just one thing though, shouldn´t there be a chimney from

the oven? :pir-classic:

There is, take a look at the upper-left corner of the cellar :pir-classic:

A bakery makes croissants though. :pir_laugh2:

This is very nice. I simply love the roof, great work on that.

Thanks! And you couldn't see it on those pictures, but ofcourse you are one of the chefs :pir-sweet:

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It looks like you know a thing or two about bakeries! Great job. I like how you gave it some elevation and dimension with the stone stairs outside. One of the best so far.

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I love your bakery, it has a very "calm" feel to it :thumbup: I might use your roof design sometime. :pir-hmpf_bad:

How many croissants do you own?

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The croissant chefs are great with their rollers and the dough. Nice job.

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This is a very nice creation you got there. Very lovely indeed. I love the topview of this MOC!

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That is an epic build Admiral! I can smell the croissants from here.

I really like the building, the cellar in it is very nice. The chefs dealing with the dough are also nice. :pir-classic:

The structure is somewhat weird, stone-wood-stone, but I love the roof!

But who is that weird customer? It seems to be they can smell your croissants even from Antartica! :pir-laugh:

Great entry into the CPCB admiral! :thumbup:

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How many croissants do you own?

If I wouldn't have lost two croissants at the Lego Event in Zwolle I would have had 9 by now :pir_bawling: So now I have 7 croissants :pir-classic:

(and still my 'tag'(?) says 'aka 1/2 croissant :pir-sceptic: )

But who is that weird customer? It seems to be they can smell your croissants even from Antartica! :pir-laugh:

Well, he used to be my evil genious :pir_laugh2: He's called 'Runeteken' (Rune Character) I wanted to show him on this forum some time, so there he is :pir-sweet:

(here you can also see his face: Click! )

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Great use of such a small space.

I like the technique on the roof and the look of the front stairs

GREAT JOB!

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Thought it was ment to be a bakery and not a croissant shop.

Nah, who doesn´t love croissants?

I don't like croissants. :pir-hmpf_bad: Arrg, I slit your throat if you don't make me some cookies. Arrgg Arr Arrg. :jollyroger: Just kidding. :pir-sweet: I like it. It has a lot of detail and I like how you used the croissant rolls instead of trying to maked loaves of bread with bricks. You did a very nice job and I like the celler being used for the bakery. P.S. How many times has that croissant shop gotten robbed. :pir-classic:

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That's a very good looking building! I especially like the idea with the cellar.

Expect it to soon be...

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:pir-classic:

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really cool little bakery , I love the "pastry roller" ( is that the word ? ^^ ) and all the little details you put in it, great job !

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This is cool bakery :pir_laugh2: i love all the details and actually i didnt suprised when i heard at its making croissants couse i love them too, i think at i need to buy some on this shop to my self too :pir-tongue:

Good work keep it up :thumbup:

:jollyroger: Captain Becker :jollyroger:

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