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  1. Sorry about the crummy picture, phone is all i have on hand atm, lol. Here's a full frontal: I definitely intend to add some signage, but I'm considering making this a side entrance and having a proper storefront around the corner. As for the yellow tile, I used it because I felt the bright color gave it a vintage LEGO flair, but if you think it's too much I may change it :) Thanks! Thank you much :)
  2. Thank you very much! I really like those ideas and I'll definitely be sure to post the finished product, though it may be some time from now
  3. Currently working on a new building, and seem to have hit a brick wall (pun not intended); I have no clue how to finish it :/ This is what I have so far, It's intended to be a comic shop, if the title didn't give it away: Does anyone have suggestions on how to finish it? I usually try to avoid symmetry in my builds but I'm at a loss here :(
  4. I absolutely love builds like this! I wish more people would build derelict urban style MOCs, great job!
  5. This is this hair I used: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=88283&idColor=120#T=S&C=120&O={"color":120}
  6. That arm printing looks far better than I was expecting, and the helmet isn't bad at all. Nice find.
  7. It doesn't quite fall apart and I can move it (with some care), but it isn't the sturdiest of builds . The stickers are from the Space Police III line. Much thanks!
  8. Thanks, the pizza is just a small nod to a scene from Breaking Bad
  9. The blaster is actually from Brickforge, which can be bought separately. Unfortunately, they don't have near as many blaster varieties as Brickarms though.
  10. Something I built a while back and have only now gotten around to posting Back: Left Side: Right Side:
  11. Thank you, I'll give this a try
  12. I use it for my Boba, and personally, I think it's the perfect finishing touch.
  13. I'm currently trying to update my AT-ST driver, however I was wondering if there was a more precise way to remove print. I'd like to preserve the wrinkles, but the eraser I'm using is too large to deal with just the chain
  14. I actually really like the plain terrain. It feels very retro or "Ralph Mcquarrie-esque", if that makes since.
  15. That's a surprise, looks great though!