kjm161

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  1. Thanks for the motivation. I originally followed the size of the Rebrick Mini Modular contest, which limited me to only do the centre portion of the building. I have completed Kingston City Hall in architecture set style. Below are some more photos of the finished model. I have also included a photo of the real Kingston City Hall for comparison image by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on FlickrThe back isn't very detailed, to reduce the number of parts. Kingston City Hall by Karen Metz, on Flickr
  2. Celebrating Canada's 150th Birthday in miniature. This is based on the centre section of Kingston City Hall in Ontario, Canada (I have added a photo of the entire building). The City Hall, built in 1844, once served as the Capitol for the province of Ontario and is a Canadian National Historic site. For random part usage, the round sections above the clocks and above the entrance are the tails of Daisy and Donald Duck. image by Karen Metz, on Flickr KTown City Hall Mini by Karen Metz, on Flickr KTown City Hall Mini by Karen Metz, on Flickr Kingston City Hall Mini by Karen Metz, on Flickr Kingston City Hall Mini by Karen Metz, on Flickr KTown City Hall Mini by Karen Metz, on Flickr
  3. The niffler looks so content with all of its bounty. Wonderful build.
  4. Thanks Cop Mike just received Manatee A, which was able to brave the cold Canadian waters and make it to my house. Cheers!.
  5. Wonderful and subtle use of colours. Lovely.
  6. My favourite printed parts are 1x4 tiles printed with a wood pattern when doing MOC buildings. Some other useful decorative tiles are the 2x2 black rune pattern tile, and the 1x4 reddish brown viking pattern tile seen surrounding the green grocer door. I also like the stained glass window from the brick bank and some other printed glass. I like printed pieces to add small interesting features to the interiors of buildings.
  7. I really like the idea of an ice house and this is very well done. It definitely harkens back to a past age when ice wasn't a ubiquitous commodity and fits in well with the winter village.
  8. This is such unique idea. It looks wonderful and fits in very well with the winter village. Every village needs a glass blower to create Christmas tree ornaments. Well done!
  9. Sorry for your loss. Great little MOC, and very reminiscent of some of the butcher shops I have visited in Southern Ontario.
  10. Great new site! I really like the way it is laid out and your initial articles. Congrats and hope all goes well.
  11. These are so great and funny! Love the outhouse and the speeding caravan (camper) and escaping Princess Leia, but they are all marvelous. Happy Holidays, does Santa deliver by rail?
  12. Thanks for sharing your advent calendars, they are very clever! My favourite is the Medieval Market and it looks great all put together. Love St. Nick. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
  13. Merry Christmas all and thanks CopMike and Siegfried for putting this all together. It is a great holiday tradition. CHEERS!
  14. These MOCs capture the spirit of the movie brilliantly. The characters seem as if they could be made out of clay, like in the stop motion movie, rather than lego. WOW!