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MOC: a part of an Old Town


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#1 bLEGOnder

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 10:29 AM

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Hi everybody!
Here is a picture of a MOC I made a week ago. It's the older part of a city with half-timbered houses and market stands. The quality is really bad but I don't have a brickshelf account or something else at the moment. Please tell me whether there are "stylistic" mistakes. It should be an old town of the 18th century.

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Edit: I forgot to mention that this is only a backdrop for a movie. That's the reason why some houses only have a front.

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#2 legotrainfan

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 02:57 PM

Nice old town. I think the building on the very right looks out of place. I believe this is mainly because of the windows. They are different from the windows of the other buildings. That's why that building sticks out a lot.
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#3 Asuka

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 06:23 PM

A very decent little old town with a fine range of different and well fitting buildings. I´m not sure with the round corners of your
first house, because that´s perhaps very unusual for timber framed buildings, but it looks very original nevertheless.  :thumbup:




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