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Room at Toberg

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Wow... seriously I've spent like 10 minutes to figure out what bricks you used for the floor... I'm not familiar with all the evil building technics that are used in this subforum :sweet:

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That floor is awesome.

All in general is a nice build. :classic:

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Wow... nice, very nice MOC

Absolutely love the flooring details

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Beautiful floor and the walls are nicely detailed :thumbup: Excellent cabinet too :classic:

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Like others have said: fantastic floor.

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Yes, the floor looks amazing! The whole room looks great too! I take it you got the idea for the flooring from other recent MOCs where they put the sloped pieces on their sides? I really like the technique and it makes for some terrific designs.

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Very good MOC :thumbup: :thumbup:

Very well detailed, if I can: how you made the roof?? :wink: :wink:

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Looks great! Love the SNOT and the shields! :thumbup:

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The floor looks amazing. :wub: I also like how you have done the trims on the walls.

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Your trims are sooo great, I'm in live with your floor, an How to guide could be great!

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Impressive, it's even seems the floor is 3D! really good job

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I have to agree with everyone the colorscheme of the floor looks stunning!

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Yeah, the last time I saw that much snot on the floor, I ran out of kleenex! *rimshot* But seriously, the only stud in the room is the guy strolling in through the door. Nice and smooth, like the vig itself, looks great though. :thumbup:

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