Kristel

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  1. Beautiful little build and a great idea for adding character to a layout.
  2. The new roads look fantastic!
  3. Mine actually ... not Brick City Depot's. Awesome layout BTW.
  4. Thanks for the comments! Glad you like it.
  5. The Friends Heartlake Cupcake Cafe (41119) has been out for more than year and I did a review of it some ten months ago. At that time, I had a vision of what the modular version would look like and it had been sitting on a shelf in my lounge room since then, waiting for me to do the conversion. Better late than never, I guess. As with my other Friends conversions, I did this one open-backed and with lots of clear panels to facilitate playability. I loved the entrance for the Heartlake Cupcake Cafe, especially the stained glass window above the front door and the windows framed using the ornamental arches. This section of the building was 16 studs wide and was therefore a natural starting point for the conversion to a modular building. The other part that I really liked was the outdoor seating area, so I incorporated that into the rooftop terrace. C&C welcome, as always! More images on flickr and the instructions for the structure are available to download here.
  6. This is stunning! Love the facade and the roof, especially the skylights. it's been blogged!
  7. Awesome! The use of the bars for the white trim is really clever!
  8. Stunning! Love the variation of colour and details in the three floors of the facade.
  9. I love the bookends concept and the design overall, but not a big fan of the colour combination.
  10. This looks great! I particularly like the way Gizmo's balcony is done, though I'm curious what Gizmo's role is.
  11. These look fantastic! I really like how you've done the facade on Lee's and the contrasting Sand Green / Black on Tom's. The interiors are perfectly detailed as well, especially the pawn shop and hardware store.
  12. This is stunning! Love the facade, the door and the skylights.
  13. Looks great! The organ and the pattern on the flooring are my favourite details.
  14. Very realistic! Love how you did the balconies.