lightningtiger, on 25 August 2011 - 10:08 AM, said:
Fantastic creation 'SpaceySmoke' and the signage behind/above the counter is totally AWESOME.....maybe you used my trick eh ?
The interior upstairs and down are wonderful, plus you nailed the logo on the front !
What's next ? A True Value or something else ?
Brick On 'SpaceySmoke' !
Thanks for compliments! Sorry, but I'm not sure what trick you're referring to though?
Khorne, on 25 August 2011 - 10:40 AM, said:
Very nice creation! At first I found the white exterior to be a bit bland, so I googled 'In-N-Out Burger' to see how their establishments look in real life (since I'm not familiar with it) and apparently that how they look. The details you put in are great. The building looks real tiny from the outside, but it sure contains a lot on the inside! The uniforms look really good, too. The combination of the baseball cap and cook torso are a real winner here
Thanks! I actually think it's kinda bland too, but there are a couple of reasons why it's mostly white. The main reason is that the interior needs to be white to stay true to the In-N-Out style. I had wanted to make the bottom floor facade light tan, but I don't have that 8-wide arch in light tan. But yeah, most real life In-N-Outs are white; sometimes they are a different color (like tan) but I think those variations are mostly to conform to the style of the shopping center that they are a part of.
LegoDadRobb, on 25 August 2011 - 11:52 AM, said:
Neat little details such as the red trans bars on the exterior, or the lamp above the stairway. Great interpretation of an In-n-Out.
Thanks! Most In-N-Outs have red neon lining the tops of the building so that's what those are supposed to be.
Leg Godt Gud, on 25 August 2011 - 01:42 PM, said:
Great burger joint 'SpaceySmoke'. I love the detail in this. The menu board came out excellent and the kitchen is awesome. Fantastic creation
22kane, on 25 August 2011 - 02:26 PM, said:
That's a very nice build. I like the interior details especially the menu. Great work.
Thanks guys! I'm quite proud of the menu myself!
ACCURATEin, on 25 August 2011 - 02:56 PM, said:
Oh this is fabulous! I like your style haha.
IN-N-Out Burger is one of the joys of visiting the west coast. When i went out to California i ate there 3 times i think..one on sunset blvd and one at huntington beach.
Nice! I actually work in Huntington Beach so I've eaten at that one as well.
L@go, on 25 August 2011 - 04:18 PM, said:
That's a great modular. I like the idea of creating one that's smaller than the official ones, it's a nice way to 'break up' the modular street, and everything doesn't need to be big - after all, all buildings aren't the same size in a real street, either. And as others have said - although it looks small on the outside, you've managed to cram a very nice interior into it. I love all the details - the menu, the soda dispenser, all the kitchen appliances. Great work.
Is that a health inspector on the stairs? :)
Haha, I just got the sleuth figure so I just stuck him in there, but that's a great explanation!
As for the size, I didn't want to make it too big; I figured it's just a burger joint, they probably wouldn't have a 3-story building or anything grand.
greg3, on 25 August 2011 - 04:21 PM, said:
Very nice - great interior. I really like the details like the menu and the kitchen (and of course the staff uniforms!!)
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! I can't wait for the butcher CMF to come out. In-N-Out staff typically wear either a paper hat like the one the butcher CMF has, or a red and white baseball cap. They should really be wearing white pants with a red apron at their waist so I might try to replicate that in the future as well.
The Blue Brick, on 25 August 2011 - 05:37 PM, said:
I love this moc just as much as i love In N Out.
The interior is fantastic. I love the menu and work station. I also love how you made the logo. Awesome job.
Thanks! I think I spent a few nights just working on the arrow logo. I tried a lot of different techniques and I think this one looked the best. The tip of the arrow bugged me for long time until I got that Ninjago lightsaber piece that has a double-studded end.