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kris kelvin

Palace of Austerlitz/ Palais d`Austerlitz

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Estimated price:

249 euro

299 usd

Release date: 2nd December 2105

And that`s all i think.

Special thanks to Marco Bessa for scan of the box

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Brickshelf (when public)

PS. Enjoy :pir_laugh2:

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Cheeky eh ? :pir-laugh:

AWESOME MOC you have there 'Kris Kelvin' !

Love the design and details - waiting on BS so I can see the interior better,

OMG you are a genius MOCer ! :pir-sweet:

All the palace's wells done very well in brick and round plate !

The grand gates are really grand and awesome at the same time !

I'm a conformist! 'Kris Kelvin' (I hope this goes FP for you) :pir-laugh:

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That's fantastic! :pir-wub:

The 'sand' colours of the walls suit very good on this building and it has great building techniques.

I see you can take take the 2 upper parts away from it, so I'm really looking forward to see pictures of the interior.

One thing: I'm not sure of it but don't those guards always keep their rifle in their right hands?

Anyway, it's definetely Great work!

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This probably fits here? Am I right?

It's in the right place, so no worries :thumbup:

This would defiantly make a good Lego set. Its so lush detailed.

Great work kris kelvin :monkey:

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Nice work, kris kelvin. :thumbup:

I really like the colors of this building and the front gate.

I would really like something like this as an actual set.

the Inventor

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Superb job Kris! the color scheme is amazing, the gate is well done, and everything about it is period architecture. superb job, keep it up :pir-grin:

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Hi Kris,

a really nice MOC.

Can you tell me, what was your inspiration for this building? A real palace?

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Lovely MOC Kris!

You've been frontpaged. :pir-classic: I love the round studs layered in with the building, they give the MOC a great texture.

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That is amazing.

Much better than any f TLCs modular designs.

The way you made the wall and gates is genious.

Thanks for sharing this beautiful MOC with us.

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What an excellent creation! :pir-cry_happy: Really nice! Great architecture, the fence around it and the door are just top notch.

The box looks great too! Great job! :thumbup:

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Another great MOC kris kelvin, or should I say set. There are many great details that I could list off forever, but the fact it's photoshopped onto a lego box is awesome! Good job. :pir-classic:

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Looks very good, I would definatly buy such a set. But it appears I would have to wait untill 2105...I don't know if I will be able to build it then...in fact I don't even know I will be alive by then :pir-cry_sad: !

If the release date only was 2015 :pir_laugh2: .

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Thats one very cool MOC you have made kris kelvin. :thumbup::pir-wub:

I like how its Modular.

The colour scheme is really nice!

At first I thought it was a future set! It sure does look like one! :thumbup:

Very well done!

CommanderFox

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Thanks guys for nice words :)

I`m very glad that you like it. It`s always nice that my MOC makes positive feelings :pir-cry_happy:

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Woah, almost freaked out here! Thought it was a real set!

Double that one!

Very good "set" with lots of details. Also like the colour scheme of your building.

The box artwork is VERY impressive for sure. Will there be any interior added?

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No, unfortunately there isn`t any interior. It was build for a contest so I need to work fast.

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No, unfortunately there isn`t any interior. It was build for a contest so I need to work fast.

WOW! I (most 100% certificated, utmost definately) couldn't have done it better myself. All the textures, elements, architecture, EVERYTHING flow together nicely. All it really needs is that interior (and its never too late to make one!)

What contest? (I'm sure you'd do great)

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Wow, tht is awesome, well done on creating such a sweet moc, i bet that took a while. I would love to see lego release this sort of set, i for one would certainly get it.

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Wow, tht is awesome, well done on creating such a sweet moc, i bet that took a while. I would love to see lego release this sort of set, i for one would certainly get it.

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I somehow missed seeing this a couple of months ago so i'm glad for the bump. Another masterpiece Kris, I particularly like the use of tricolour flowers.

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