Hi. I've just finished a MOC which I've been working on for a few months.
It's a smaller-than-minifig scale (not sure of the right way to describe the scale, it's much larger than normal microscale stuff) model of the church in London where I had my wedding reception last year.
It was built in the late 1700's and designed by Hawksmoor, a contemporary of Christopher Wren.
Here's photo of the church in real life (not mine, thanks to the photographer)
And here is it on Streetview:
A couple more views (There are more including WIP on my Flickr pages):
Comments are appreciated. I have just over a week, and then I'm going to give it to my wife (she doesn't know what I've been working on), so I'd like to make it as good as possible. I'm particularly troubled with the spire, which goes from 4x4 studs and is 14 or so studs high. Plates don't seem to be made with enough of a sharp angle, so I've gone with the current design, which does have holes from certain views.
Thanks for looking.
Edited by Phred, 21 November 2012 - 02:26 PM.