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Candy Shop in the Shrieking Shack


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#1 christopher110

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Posted 27 June 2006 - 08:49 AM

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This is an attempt to modify the Shrieking Shack from HP III by using bricks/pieces from the set only.

The front view...
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The main modification is on the front side onf the house. In order to add an extension part for the candy-displaying corner, the front door and the window above have been moved one-stud to right-hand side. A 1x2x3 dark gray slope is added to left side of the door to create a symmetry look. 2 of the same pieces are added on the sides of the stairs too.
The base of the house has been modified. This results in a more uniform colour scheme for the base.

The left view
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The structure of the chimney adheres to the original design.  :-$ Only 2 dark gray pieces are replaced with black for colour consistency.

The right view
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The top view
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The roof is lifted to reveal the bedroom.

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Sirius black is having a rest in his bedroom.

The candy corner
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Strawberry-flavour ice-cream and candies...... yummy

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Chocolate-flavour ice-cream and chocolate bars..... The design of the lamp outside the house is from the Candy Shop of the Shrieking Shack. :-$

The view from behind
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The interior of the ground floor
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2 rows of soft drinks, soda..... The candy corner is visible too from this view....

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Prof. Lupin is hungry......

The interior of the 1st floor
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Shhh..... Sirius Black is sleeping now....



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Peter is hiding below the house......

Some close-ups of the exteriors of the house
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#2 Sir Dillon

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Posted 27 June 2006 - 05:20 PM

Very nice! I really like the way you built it, making a good creation, but kept the style of the set.

One thing though. You should probably link to the gallery, because right now all you can see is the thumbnails. ;-)
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#3 christopher110

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Posted 28 June 2006 - 08:40 AM

View PostSir Dillon, on Jun 27 2006, 05:20 PM, said:

Very nice! I really like the way you built it, making a good creation, but kept the style of the set.

One thing though. You should probably link to the gallery, because right now all you can see is the thumbnails. ;-)

Thanks for the compliment, I appreciate that.

Thanks for reminding me of posting the pics and not the thumbnails. It's been long time since I last put up a post .. .. .. :-$ I'll correct it asap.

#4 Geertos13

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Posted 25 October 2010 - 09:50 AM

Hey christopher110,

This is a great MOc, However there are some quite little errors. I don't think The creepy Shrieking schack would be filed with Candy. But apart from that the new design is magnificent and the lovely food is just encahtning  :classic:
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#5 Flare

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Posted 25 October 2010 - 12:22 PM

Nice work, I like it :classic:

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