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  1. That's the situation I'd rather use my way - it wouldn't disrupt anything that is already build, which may be tricky especially if you need additional scaffolding to place the book and the anchoring brick. Temporarily lowering the ground requires like three plates, it gives room to place the shelf directly under the book and the ground will automatically go back to the way it was after you finished. ;) But hey, it's Lego, there are many ways to achieve the same effect and everybody is free to build the way they like and feel is the most fun.
  2. @Calabar Yeah, the thing is our methods are very similar. You use additional brick to place a book on a shelf, I use the shelf itself to place that book in the final spot and we both use some sort of scaffolding. The effect is the same, amount of work similar, and in general none of our solutions is superior to other. ;) There's no need for exaggerations. :P
  3. @Calabar In that case I can say "no need to faff around with additional brick" when you can easily lower the ground. ;)
  4. You're asking about part 33009, right? It may be tricky, because you can't connect it in any way to other bricks (AFAIK). The only way I can think of is placing the book on the ground, then using regular plates to lower the ground and then place your shelf underneath the book itself. Still, you'll probably need some SNOT trickery to place your shelf at approximately right spot. After that select both the book and the shelf to move them into appropriate place in your build.
  5. Apparently my little spaceships distort the space itself. ;)
  6. Indeed, it's rendered in Bluerender, but I did not use developer mode in LDD. ;) In short, I removed top and bottom panels first, which allowed side panels to be placed. Then I attached modified bricks with studs on a side to top and bottom edges of side panels (temporarily removed black technic bricks if there wasn't any room). And with some fiddling reattached top and bottom panels back. Here's the file:
  7. Since you kindly provided LXFs, here are two "quick" renders. ;)
  8. :D I think the 7-rib version looks better.
  9. Very cool, smooth design. Maybe it's just a small detail, but I really like how the ladder follows curvature near the roof.
  10. Here's a landmark from my hometown - Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in Legnica. It still needs some tinkering.
  11. My little ships are hardly comparable to your creation. The Agamemnon is huge and incredibly detailed.
  12. It's awesome! We need more B5 MOCs. ;)
  13. SylvainLS posted a solution above. :)
  14. Oh, my bad... I quickly put together a couple of bricks but apparently didn't use any plate underneath.
  15. Temporarily connect 1x1 with that long 1x plate using another brick and then try rotating the brick blow.