xzanfr, on May 20 2008, 10:37 PM, said:
Just out of interest, did you have any problems with fitting the big window pieces in place? I've found that the moulding on some of them to be bad and they wouldn't sit correctly.
I've got the same problem too, in particular with the new window frames (1x4x6), which don't sit correctly at all! They really look cheap!
Holodoc, on May 19 2008, 10:34 PM, said:
When I was posting pic0040.jpg, that's the first pic you see in this topic, I noticed I had placed two analog clocks.
One right above the front door and the other one on the wall of the first floor. This was the only photo where you can see both at once.
The problem was: Both clocks didn´t show the same time!
So I photoshopped one of them. If you find out which
clock I changed, you will win - err, nothing.
What a very big mistake! booo!
And the photoshope clock is the firts thing that I see in your pic! I just notice this until to knwo if I was the only one to have notice this!
More seriously, your post office looks really great between CC and MS! (I hope you to find the GG at the event, it's really a nice looking set too!).
I like the architectur of the entrance of the post office. It looks more impresive than the firts floor, giving a more important stature to the buidling when you want to enter in it.
I really like how you have made the back of the building too. The architecture is not here for the beauty of the building, but for the good way of the "post office function". I mean, the public will not go back, so the details in the building are not as expected as the front, like in the real bildings like this. Good point!
The fact that the post van can enter in the garage is a very nice touch too! I don't knox why TLC doesn't give us some more interactive sets like that!
The only one thing that I don't like that much is the yellow/tan combination in a same building. I think that I will put some tan pieces above the dark gray strip in each side of the building, keeping the central section yellow to the roof. But it's just me...
And all the details everywhere inside! Great!
So you've made a great moc here!