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#1 Hinckley

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 07:43 PM

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Hey everyone! Post your entries for the New City Ideas Contest in this thread!

Have fun and I will start a poll for the entries (*gasp* if I dare... :-$ ) after the contest close on September 17th

Have fun and best of luck everyone! *sweet*

EDIT by  *yoda* : Post entries ONLY  ;-)  Anything that is not an entry shall be deleted. Keep your discussions and comments in the original thread  ;-)  Topic PInned BTW

Edited by Hinckley, 29 March 2008 - 09:16 PM.

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#2 FreeBee

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 11:17 PM

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At first : I know only real bricks but I couldn't resist making.
So I hereby disqualify my entry myself ... lol

I used the idea from:

View Postsnefroe1, on May 16 2007, 08:54 PM, said:

there are dozens of sets i'd like to see:
...school...

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To all the others have fun . . . .
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#3 SirNadroj

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Posted 14 August 2007 - 03:07 PM

Here's my entry: A Toy Store!!!

Somebody suggested it, so here it is. Since decals are allowed (even though I hate them), I applied some to 2 x 1 bricks. you'll see as you scroll down!  ;-)
My entry is almost two-in-one. I have the outside, then the interior. I hpoe thats ok!

Both:
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(Thats a Giant Panda stuffed-animal, in case your wonderin'!)
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Interior:
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Yup, I added sets from the good, old days!

The minifigures are as follows:
Shopkeeper, AFOL, two children, a woman (of course! ;-) ), and a giant panda (stuffed-animal)!
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This MOC comes with tons of toys!
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Lucky Kid!
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Thanks for looking, good luck everyone!

#4 casewindu

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Posted 16 August 2007 - 12:58 PM

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ok here is my entry:

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my classic italian restaurant! let me show you around:

first of all as you walk on to the green white and red carpet, you will be welcomed by mario who will give you menus and walk you to your seats:

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once seated either upstairs or down, depending on how many are in your group, you will be able to listen to the great singer we have here madam loudvoice and her pianist, gregor, while making your decision on what you should eat:

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once you have decided what to eat the waiter will quickly run to the chef to place your order, our chef is the fastest in the city so it will be no time until you get your food!:

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when your food has arrived you can chow down!

once finished there is still lots to do. You can carry on listening to madam Loudvoice or visit the bar for more drink, the kids can play checkers on the tables we have here or you could climb to the top of the restaurant and look at lego city all lit up!

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once ready to leave you pay the very reasonable bill and then our valet kid will get your car:

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once you leave we hope you will tell others of our great hospitality and visit us again soon!  ;-)

the whole back of the restaurant with out the people:

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also the figures:

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  • red and white striped car
  • restaurant delivery bike
  • Mr moneybags
  • the chef
  • delivery boy and girl
  • a family of 4
  • madame Loudvoice and the pianist with piano
  • mario
  • random waiter
  • valet kid
  • owner

I hope this is ok for the competition  ;-)

#5 Sinner

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Posted 18 August 2007 - 01:12 PM

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After this happened...

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... it was clear that Sinnerton needed a tugboat...

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...and here it is! This is the Arctic W, an ocean going tug...

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...capable of over 25kts in the roughest sea states.

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Two powerful independent winches are fitted...

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...and satcom and high powered radios are standard issue.

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The engine is highly reliable and easy to maintain.

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It has a roomy pilot house...

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...and easy access to below decks.

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Luxury accommodation is also standard...

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...with the bed being usable also as a two person couch...

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...or any other suitible activity.

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Enjoy!  :-P

(I tweaked this and changed the photos. I think it is finished now.  X-D )

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#6 alex54

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Posted 20 August 2007 - 08:51 PM

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So, finally, I've finished my latest city moc until the end of the contest: a lighthouse
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Some months ago, I bought the latest ResQ set with the base, with the idea of making on it a lighthouse. And now that I leave with my bricks and I'm rebuilding all my city, I have made it.
And because I don't have curves pieces and the fact that you cannot put windows in them, and I don't want to spend all my bricks in a technical technic to have those curves, I decided to make it right, with an open back for playability and toshow the inside.

So I made a simple structure. I just add some details in the "toplight"
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The interior has some sealife accessories in the case of... a table with a chair and a lamp for the gardian to live, and the ladder to go on top of the tower...
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On the base, I put a pontoon for boats, just few things not to make it too much.
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And some grass here and here. But there is a place where it grow up better... There is a legend on it, with a  *skull* story...
If you want to learn more about it, clic here, you will find a part of this legend...

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#7 Legocastlegirl

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Posted 21 August 2007 - 08:09 AM

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So here it is. My entry for the City Contest:

The Flower Shop

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I don�t know if it is Classic Town or whatever. I only now, that it is my first try for a City Moc and i hope that some of you like it.
The Idea with the wooden top floor came from my last visit in Austria. I�ve seen such a lot of beautiful houses on my way so i decided to try something like that. I know that the roof is a little to high, i was thinking about it a long time and decided to make it on this way. A friend of mine lives in a flat with a roof like that, so i think okay.. it�s real.

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There�s a little office at that floor, the clerk is making the book keeping.

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Now something about the ground floor. First insight the shop: You can buy some potted plants, cut flowers and vases.

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My favourite is the garden, where you can also choose some plants. Some of you may wonder about the boat at the garden. I thought a normal table with plants on it will be too boring. So i decided to take a little boat.

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One last pic from the back of the house:

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The whole Gallery you can find here:  EB Contest

If you want, tell me your opinions about it at this thread.

Thanks and Greetings
Sandra

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#8 Landlubber

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Posted 25 August 2007 - 12:26 PM

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Here's my entry, based on an idea by M'Kyuun.

Please note that this entire model was built only using parts from

7990 Cement mixer
7992 container stacker
7998 Heavy Hauler
and leftovers from my 4954 Creator house MOC (in the background)

and of course was loaded with 4 wide classic cars from my Girlfriends Town


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#9 Hinckley

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Posted 31 August 2007 - 09:23 AM

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Hinckley Brewery
based on an idea by Widdi

See the full gallery on BrickZone.net
or click any of the pictures below...

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:-$ Enjoy and let me know what you think in the discussion thread!

Thanks!

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#10 Barbossa

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 08:54 AM

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Hi

Since Mr Hinckley is so kind *sweet*  to invite me to his city contest I have decided to enter my pizza place. I don't believe it would stand a chance against his lovely brewery or some of those other lovely entries but we have to give it a chance.  :-)  Unfortunately I don't have time to MOC another building before the deadline so we have to go with the Luigis. *wacko*

You have all seen it before but here are the pictures once again.


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And as usual, the brickshelf folder

Bear with me and best regards
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#11 xwingyoda

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Posted 14 September 2007 - 10:02 AM

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OK guys after a lot of destroying/rebuildin/ordering (and what have you  :-P ) may I present you my first city MOC building (and definitly NOT the last, I really developped a taste for it  :-D ):

Bar "Le  *yoda*"

Here are general pics of the baby before I explain that project  ;-)

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I wanted a SW feel to a classic American small town bar (I started with pics of Moe's Tavern  ;-) ): thus a squarish building with billboard and black roof. The Moe's Tavern feel can be found with the use of those reddish brown tiles. I also wanted an outdoor area for patrons !!
Since the ba is called "Le Yoda" it had to bee sand green hehe and I love the combination sand green/reddish brown.

Now I'll show you some details !! Lets start with the roof with that hilarious billboard name and chimney/air extraction:

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To continue on Moe's Tavern idea, I wanted to add a red/green glass areas (like regular Irish pubs mind you  ;-) ) so here is a pic of that from the interior:

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I will finish with the exterior area. You cannot go there by the street but by a second door from the bar. To continue on that sand green pattern, I added a mosaic floor with another color combination: sand green/tan.
You will notice the lack of chairs and its normal, that area is just to pose glasses  ;-)  (like in the bar I went to in Phillie for 3 months lool).
To have a less Dark bley wall feeling, I added lots of vegetation for a cosy feel and a dark bley lamp post for night lighting  ;-)

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To finish, here are the 2 jolly sigfigs having a drink  X-D

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More pics here !!

Enjoy and please comment in the other thread  ;-)

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#12 gylman

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Posted 15 September 2007 - 03:16 AM

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Well, this is my entry. Sorry about the length, but like Hinckley said... when you build something you want to show lots of pictures and details.

So...

It�s modeled after the classic American diner that were prevalent in the 1970�s. Big signs, flat buildings, lots of windows.  These would good examples, but I wasn�t try to copy any, just the feel.

http://www.dinercity...r/miDiners.html


So, here it is, in all it�s excessive glory.  The pictures have links to higher res pictures too, for those who care.

The folder, when moderated
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a) View from front, as you enter
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b) �minifig�s eye view�
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c) right side
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d) The �cheesy� giant sign
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e) Another view
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f) The back of the restaurant
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g) bird�s eye view
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h) This restaurant has very advanced mechanicals and electricals, from the main power room which has the AC coils, but also provides power to the giant rooftop sign.  The chimneys to the right are for the cooktop hood
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i) the AC coils and shack
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j) now the roof is off, so we can see inside.  This one is worth seeing in high res.
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k) The back wall swings open to reveal the bathroom, and side wall swings open to provide a �behind the counter� look at the restaurant inside
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l) Behind the counter view
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m) The cook�s nook. I wouldn�t want what�s in that pot.
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n) The grill has a light brick under it, so it glows when the power is turned on
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o) this is a view from inside the restaurant, towards the counter, with the swinging wall closed. The medical people there are enjoying a healthy snack.
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p) The girls� soccer team is in one booth , and a couple of other dudes in the booth near the juke box
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q) Two weird characters.  What the heck is that walrus eating?
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r) the cleaning girl is heading downstairs to scrub the washroom. You are seeing her through the back door of the restaurant
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s) The bathroom.  There goes all my 1 x 1 tiles.
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t) One of the soccer team girls is on the john. Lego voyeurism.
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u, v , w,  x, ) there are three cars at the diner. A small white doctor�s car, a �FABRIK� truck  delivering sprockets from the FABRIK factory (thanks Copmike!), and a dragster type car

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#13 ZeekyBoogeyDoog

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 12:22 AM

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I have to say, I am very wowed by everyone's entries  X-O !
Here is my entry, a City Hall.
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A tree planting ceremony with a tv crew, anchorwoman and some workers.  Also a biker chick on the bench.
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A shady character examines the parking meter.
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This guy is trying to jump out of the window and into the open roof of his accomplice's Mini convertible to escape with his embezzled money.
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The IRS is always watching.
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The external air conditioning.
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Some unwanted documents are being trashed.
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The figs.  The mayor is the striking red haired lady in blue.  

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#14 Shadows

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I was told to enter the damn thing, so I am >:-(  :'-)

I'm probably late too, it's been that kind of day (I did look at cameras though and I'm waiting for a deal).

Therfore, we get the non-buildable digital entry! :-$

http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=237330

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Now, anyone who votes for me is an idiot, so nyah! :-P

Seriously though, thanks for insisting I enter, even though I didn't want to. This whole thing was a lot of fun until the camera failure, even the pressure of waiting for orders and such. I fully intend to post the real result of my efforts once I can.

I'll also add this, neither this entry or the one I actually built stands a chance against some of the beautiful work up there, I'm really happy to see how creative this community can be! *y*

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