marshal_banana

WW Category 2: 1908 Wild West Town

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  1. 1. Which building should be implemented first?


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Beautiful entry, it is one of the few models that I look at and want to walk around it at minifigure scale.

Congratulations on winning, you deserve it.

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Congratulations, the interior of the buildings are absolutely gorgeous.

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As stunning as this is, (which it is utterly amazing, I will not deny) what is the purpose of voting for this on Cuusoo anyway?

Other than community thumb-ups, I don't understand these massive entries over there. If this was a retail set by LEGO, it would cost something like $800...

Anyway, congrats on frontpage and it's a wonderful project you have here.

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Hey marshal_banana! I have already voted for this. It´s just excellent! Tell me, how many pieces did you use roughly?

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@TheWarden: in the description, he says: "Each house represents a single set and can be combined with other sets of the series." I think he means this as a new theme, rather than one single huge set.

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Incredible work, this is really amazing!! Can we see more photos? I love the windows with the transparent 1x1 and green trans 1x1 slopes, fantastic idea!! But I cannot figure out how is that woodplanks looking wall done? what parts are these i dont know them (maybe i do know the parts, but not the technique! ^^)

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As stunning as this is, (which it is utterly amazing, I will not deny) what is the purpose of voting for this on Cuusoo anyway?

Other than community thumb-ups, I don't understand these massive entries over there. If this was a retail set by LEGO, it would cost something like $800...

@TheWarden: in the description, he says: "Each house represents a single set and can be combined with other sets of the series." I think he means this as a new theme, rather than one single huge set.

Hi TheWarden, the answer is already provided by Richie, but let me add some words.

We've now been without a western theme for way too long and personally I'd love to see the theme rise again from the ashes. Being able to build a complete Western Town based on a number of smaller sets (each set containing one 'house') would be something I'd be willing to spend my $$$ on and I'm sure I'm not the only one. So I'm kinda using this stunning MOC to help LEGO realize it's time for more Western sets.

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How could I have missed this? It is incredibly good! :thumbup:

If I'm allowed 1 nitpick; I don't really like the Sherrif sign, as it seems a bit comical in reflection with your other signs.

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It would be great that we have something like this. Western modular town :cry_happy:

I voted already, but I have only one voice.

We will have "Minecraft" sets and will not something like this? Oh c`mon :hmpf:

VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!

Edited by kris kelvin

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One small vote for this stunning entry, one step closer for reviving a LEGO Old Western Theme. :thumbup:

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I signed up and voted only for this incredible model at Cuusoo, because this is something what I'd like to see as a LEGO product. Way better then the Minecraft entry which is a real shame if you look to what Japan votes on and got in the long run.

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This is great! I can see this being released as a series of modular, western buildings. A back would have to be added before, though.

Added my vote! But I'm only one Joe.

Edited by JackJonespaw

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Wow, this is great, idk about a modular set, I think lego would do something more like the 7641 City Corner as it would be cheaper and available to more audiences rather then just T & AFOLs, but definately a Western theme is needed. I'm off to vote.

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What a superb model, and even better is the innovative brain behind it. All I can say is that this is just fantastic. I will have to register at Cussoo and vote for it.

Well done the genius who has designed this.

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I also voted for this a few months ago on CUUSOO. Its lovely and I would love to collect each one as they came out. There are limitless possibilities with this theme.

Oh and I just don't get the Minecraft thing. I didn't even know what it was until I saw it on CUUSOO. I don't think it really deserves the LEGO review, as the most of the voters are not AFOL or FOL I believe. The voters for that are video gamers aren't they?

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This set is just beautiful. Bravo!

I'd love a set of "Tombstone" inspired minifigs to go along with it.

Edited by DaddyDeuce

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Wow, this is great, idk about a modular set, I think lego would do something more like the 7641 City Corner as it would be cheaper and available to more audiences rather then just T & AFOLs, but definately a Western theme is needed. I'm off to vote.

You realize this is meant for sets, not one.

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