LegoJalex

Living room from the 80s

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A family from the 80s playing a board game in the living room.

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Haha awesome! The TV and lamp are my favourite parts, and the green colour is great for the wall. It really gives off an 80's vibe :thumbup:

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What a great scene. Excellent technique and use of colors. I like the little boys face in the second picture after he loses all of his chips!

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Fantastic MOC, 'LegoJalex'! :thumbup:

I love the detail on this one... The retro TV is the best part! :classic:

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The retro tv is brilliant. The idea and coloring works well. Times they are a'changing. I miss board game night.

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Excellent scene! The rug is brilliant :thumbup: I also really like your lamp design and chairs/couch.

Keep up the good work :classic:

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Great little scene 'LegoJalex." I really love the design of the TV, the color choices, and the rug under the table. :classic:

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That is a nice vignette with great use of colors.

I like how you made the rug.

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Excellent vig 'LegoJalex', the green walls and huge TV...must be late 80's or time warped in a late 1990's rear projection model perhaps....anyway great work and Brick On while watching ALF ! :laugh:

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Your MOC's got a great atmosphere and reminds me of a typical apartment you get to see in older movies. I especially love the way you used the rope as a TV cable. That's an awesome idea :thumbup:

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I also love this MOC!

Especially the lamp and the TV!

But also how the son grows a beard in between the two frames! :wink:

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Excellent house. I love the old-fashioned television, the curtains... in fact I love eveything in the room. :wub:

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Amazing little MOC. Makes me think of some of the 80s sitcoms like Full House with the family togetherness feeling. I love it.

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I agree with a number of things that people have already said. I like the lamp, not something I've ever thought about before. And is that a lever without the base pused into the cone piece to represent the pull cord to switch the lamp on with? If so, that's a great little detail that's easily missed.

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Great job on it as everyone has said. Which shade of green is that? I also like the TV and the power cord on the TV, I dont think I have ever seen that in a lego model before. Great detail.

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Thanks for all the comments! It is interesting to read what parts you like.

And is that a lever without the base pused into the cone piece to represent the pull cord to switch the lamp on with? If so, that's a great little detail that's easily missed.

Yes thats a level I squeezed in there :)

Which shade of green is that?

For the walls I have "sand green", the curtains are "dark green" and the lamp is "green".

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Green walls, green lamp and those curtains. Definitely 80's. The rug caught my eye first. Good choice for the minifig faces as well. Typical expressiosn of a family playing board games. Well done.

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