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This is the entry topic for the LDD Contest for LEGO Town MOCs. Post your creations here only.

To read about the contest and rules for entries click here

To discuss the various entries, use this discussion topic in the LDD forum.

IMPORTANT To all contestants:

1) If you are entering the LDD Only class you MUST also link to the LXF-file, or you will be disqualified.

2) Make sure you use the [/img]-tags (or click on "Insert Image"-button above) so images show up in the post, not like links, but like pictures.

4) Observe - Max 3 pictures that are max 800 pixels in size each.

If you do not follow the rules, you will be disqualified, so please read the rules BEFORE you post!

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Class: LDD only

This is an entry for the town section of the contest, and it popped into my head pretty much fully formed as I was browsing through the trains forum. I may actually end up buying the pieces to assemble this, as it is my first towns building on record. The pics will probably take a little bit to go public from brickshelf. some play features I put in just for fun are that the roof is removable to give access inside, and the tunnel can be positioned to either the rear, or the two side doors. Also some tables and the like are inside for the use of the customers, though only one is shown actually IN the building :wink:

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I hope you enjoy, and I wish all entries in the contest good luck!

and the LXF: https://cid-28bece00c70ef8ab.skydrive.live....=GetSharingLink

EDIT by contest organizer: I cannot access your LXF-file

Edited by Superkalle

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My Lego Diner. I really like tiles but they make it too expensive to actually build on my budget right now.

LDD Only

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This is my entry into the LDD Only Class of this contest.

Front view of brick row houses, as you might see in a large city:

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and the back alley view of the building:

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Here is a link to the .lxf file.

The total piece count, excluding minifigs is 2490

I hope you enjoy!

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Uh a car maybe?

One shot here only! Links to other 2:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/chip200/4701408062/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/chip200/4701408032/

ONCE AGAIN!!! HOW TO DO LFX FILE?!

EDIT: The following message has been placed here by the contest organizer.

This entry has been DISQUALIFIED for the following reasons:

1) Dupliate entries - You are only allowed to enter one entry per class in the LDD contest. You have now entered the same class in both Train and Town.

2) Missing LXF (and did not bother to read rules where information can be found how to do this)

3) Have not fixed the above, despite several reminders in this topic

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Please beware that you have not added the link to the LXF-file. Please add or you will be disqualified. Also, please resize the image, it's too large. Max 800 pixels.

Thank you!

I had tried to resize my picture to (404 pixcels, 268 pixels). Why my sire is still too big 63.9 KB That make me can not post at least 3 picture. Do you have any ideas. I am not good at computer :((

MAny Thanks

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This is my entry into the LDD + Real Bricks Class of this contest.

The front of the building created in LDD:

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and the same view created with bricks:

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The interior of the diner created in LDD with a juke box, freezer, grill, milkshake machine, stools, and booths:

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and the interior created with bricks:

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And a view of the back of the building and the garbage truck in LDD:

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The total piece count, excluding minifigs is 1530

and here is a link to the .lxf file for this creation

Using LDD especially helped me in the SNOT on the side of the garbage truck and "Diner" sign, as well as allowed me to try different roofs quickly.

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Thank you!

I had tried to resize my picture to (404 pixcels, 268 pixels). Why my sire is still too big 63.9 KB That make me can not post at least 3 picture. Do you have any ideas. I am not good at computer :((

MAny Thanks

Please read the rules of the contest. There you will find how to deeplink images (i.e. you do not attach image to Eurobrick forum, but instead upload to Brikshelf, and then link from there. But, please note, you do not have to upload three images of your MOC. The maximum is 3 images.

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Class: LDD Only

May I present to you, my modular bank:

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Interior, with main desk, waiting area, ATM, and safe:

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Exterior detail:

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LXF File

Edited by prateek

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LDD + Real Bricks Class

This moc is made after inspiration from creations on brickshelf. Dont know if this can participate, but I'll give it a shot

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This is my entry for the category: LDD+Real Bricks

It is a fully modular Bank. I always was disappointed that Lego never made a decent bank so I created my own by using the LDD.

It has 3 fully furnished floors. The Ground floor or "Basement" contains the huge vault and some safe deposit boxes.

The first floor serves as costumer service area. The second floor contains an office and a small waiting area.

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Front

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Service area

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Front(LDD)

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"Basement"

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Second floor (LDD)

2315 pieces

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[disregard this please]

Edited by SilentMode

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Class: LDD Only

This is a harbor made up of modular sections that can be connected and rearranges in any order. The style is loosely based upon Norwegian architecture.

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I apologize for not having the photos right here, but they are all in the folder links from Brickshelf.

EDIT by contest organizer: Sorry, but the entry is disqualified because there is not LXF-file. I tried to PM you, but since you have below 10 posts, I couldn't. Sorry .

Edited by Superkalle

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Class: LDD + Real Bricks

Pieces: 2426

The Anastasia Astoria International Hotel

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Lgorlando I love your arhitecture :wub: ,and this is soo cool ,i love it :wub::sweet:

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Hello,

this is my first post and entry for the contest.

Class: LDD

A catamaran ferry boat.

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The .lfx file can be found here. catferry.lfx

best regards Kon

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Great entries so far! :thumbup:

Here's my enty:

Class "LDD only"

Paradisa Hotel

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lxf-file

For a set description, many more pics and discussing please go to this topic - thanks. :classic:

Klaus-Dieter

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It took a little while, but here it is, my first presentation of a model on Eurobricks.

Although it's only digital bricks, I still hope you like it.

Introduction

A while back when cafe corner was presented I fell in love immediatly with this scale of buildings. Really something inbetween the legoland buildings and the city buildingscale. The holes and pins on the sides of the building kept a promise that was soon forfilled. Marketplace was there, a magnificent set of modular elements that, other than cafe corner, could be freely rearranged and rotated. The trend was set, at least, I thought so. Then came the green grocer, the fire brigade, and the grand emporium, and all the flexibility that I liked so much about Marketplace, was left behind and brought back to the holes and pins on the sides. (not that I don't like the buildings)

Time for modular madness...........

Apartments

Where do all these city inhabitants sleep that get there vegetables at the green grocer, get there fresh croissants at the marketplace and buy dresses in the grand emporium. Well, here is the solution. Inbetween the grand emporium and the green grocer a piece of land was redeveloped, the old buildings just weren't good enough to renovate so they developed some modern apartments in place.

I proudly present to you, 2500 bricks of modularity.

according to superkalle's flawless ldd manager

2500 pieces ( yes exactly)

3616,7 grams

159 unique types of pieces

class LDD only

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The set comes in 18 numbered bags containing one module each.

Basement large 2x (16x32)

Basement small 1x (8 x 32)

Ground floor office / retail / cafe Module 2x

Entrance apartments, staircase, mailboxes 1

Staircase 3x (one is topfloor staircase)

Staircase glass roof 1x

apartments 4x (2 are mirrored)

penthouse apartment 1x

roof garden 1x

roof 2x (one with solar panels)

The building is made in white stucco with wood as finishing on the balconies, acces galleries and roof garden. The staircase is separated from the apartments to gain flexibility. In combination with the acces galeries at the back of the building a lot of configuarations are possible without losing realistic connections to all apartments. The apartements and groundfloor office/retailspace can be mirrored, so that they can be connected internaly by removing the glass plates, or have glass on the outside so you can put the building on a corner as well.

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To give even more flexibility to the building every floor is provided with holes and pins, so you can easily make a heightdifference in your layout of place the building as a gate over the road.

To finish my story I have made some screenshots of the apartment building in it's natural habitat.

( thanks Johnnhiszippy3, for using his ldd models of the modular buildings)

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And here is the lxf file to try it yourself. Can you come up with other configurations?

Or can you build this in real bricks? Be my guest.

Jan

Edited by Jan

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Before this contest had started, when I found out about Universe mode, in LDD, I decided to use it to build a design for a model which I hope to build and add to my town sometime soon. I found that my creation also met the requirements for this contest, so I decided to enter it. Presenting... The Lego Mall!

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This is a shot of the front of the mall. Many malls in my area have outdoor mall sections, for the front I tried to imitate that look. The tan parts of the building represent the indoor mall entrance and sidewalls.

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From this view you can see the back portion of the mall (the indoor mall portion) for this picture I will focus on the upper floor. This floor includes five stores including a jewlery shop, toy shop, cafe, kitchen supply shop, and a skateboarding shop. This is also a good view of the food court on the lower level.

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This picture shows the bottom floor, which includes a food court, outdoor supply shop, clothes shop, and a candy store, along with a spiral staircase.

More pictures can be found in my bricklink folder

The LFX file is here

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ive decided to give it a shot =)

the ldd model doesn't look so good because the original file was deleted and i had to build it from pics for the contest

name: Lab

class: LDD + bricks

bricks: real model approx 2000 pcs

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Class: LDD + real brick

Name: Micro modular house series

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LDD front

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LDD back

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And finally in real brick (some minor differences due to part limitation)

Built on 10x10 stud plates, roughly 1/3 the size of the original sets.

I have micro greengrocer in LDD too, but don't have time to build it.

Edited by lisqr

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