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[MOC] High Society Corner Building

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Lovely building, with a great colour combination and roof!

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Great building. The roof looks awesome. I also like the simplicity and balance of the facade.

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11 hours ago, Kristel said:

Lovely building, with a great colour combination and roof!

 

8 hours ago, peedeejay said:

Great building. The roof looks awesome. I also like the simplicity and balance of the facade.

Thank you for your kind words! I'm glad you like it.

I actually started to make a roof with dark brown Slope 75 2 x 1 x 3 (https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?id=100702#T=C) but it didn't turn out too good. A stroke of good luck, I guess.

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the roof looks Amazing!!!

Love the way you made the grocery cart

Great Work!!!

Greetings!

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2 hours ago, carebear said:

the roof looks Amazing!!!

Love the way you made the grocery cart

Great Work!!!

Greetings!

Thank you!

1 hour ago, Merlict said:

Looks great! What are the curve pieces used for the roof called please?

Thanks!

It's just two different pieces, https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=6005 and https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=18653

At the bottom of every second column, there's a plate to make it a bit off set.

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How the other half live eh? Seriously though, another great build - the roof design is excellent and I really like the balconies too!

Excellent stuff!! 

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6 hours ago, Man with a hat said:

Yeah, that roof is really an eye catcher. Well done.

Thanks!

35 minutes ago, greg3 said:

How the other half live eh? Seriously though, another great build - the roof design is excellent and I really like the balconies too!

Excellent stuff!! 

Thank you! Well, some people have to live like this:

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[MOC] Worn down building by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr

Palace Cinema after the fire by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr

[MOC] Street basketball court by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr

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The roof is almost hypnotic! The regular pattern with the offset looks really cool. And of course, dark green ftw!

I can't tell what the design is in the ground-floor windows--is it a custom sticker or an official TLG sticker/printed part?

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The roof is good but the stairs are excellent: the use of the red panel with SNOT technique is a real masterpiece! :wub:

As usual the minifigs are lovely (I like the woman with the lobster) :laugh:

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4 hours ago, rodiziorobs said:

The roof is almost hypnotic! The regular pattern with the offset looks really cool. And of course, dark green ftw!

I can't tell what the design is in the ground-floor windows--is it a custom sticker or an official TLG sticker/printed part?

Thank you! Maybe I should put a warning sign on the roof. I like dark green, it's dense, but more vivid than black.

The windows on the ground floor  are from the Brick Bank.

2 hours ago, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

The roof is good but the stairs are excellent: the use of the red panel with SNOT technique is a real masterpiece! :wub:

As usual the minifigs are lovely (I like the woman with the lobster) :laugh:

Thank you for your kind words! I'm pretty sure I didn't invent the way to build the stairs, but it adds some extra flair.

The woman used to live in a less prosperous part of the town, but has now moved up the ladder and can afford lobsters every day.

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Shopping trolley by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr

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16 hours ago, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

Very clever way to build a trolley!:thumbup:

Thanks! I like to build ordinary things sometimes.

As I'm getting older, I might need a walker in a not too distant future (well, I turn 50 this year):

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[MOC] Walker by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr

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1 hour ago, gotoAndLego said:

I really like the balconies, esp with the roof for it. 

Thank you! I'm glad you like it.

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Very classy facade indeed!

I really like the use of the 'ingot' pieces in grey. It adds a realistic texture and breaks up the facade nicely. The roof is also a very interesting design - I really like it :thumbup:

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18 hours ago, snaillad said:

Very classy facade indeed!

I really like the use of the 'ingot' pieces in grey. It adds a realistic texture and breaks up the facade nicely. The roof is also a very interesting design - I really like it :thumbup:

Thank you! I like to give the facade some structure, without over doing it. It's a fine line, and sometimes hard to know when enough is enough,

16 hours ago, Bricked1980 said:

This looks great. I love the wavy pattern and shaping of the roof! :thumbup:

Thanks! The roof turned out really well. I tried with dark brown Slope 75 2 x 1 x 3 (https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?id=100702#T=C) but it didn't like it.

Edited by STHLM
Typo.

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I need to remember the way you made that red stairwell. Don't know if this method is used in other MOC's, but I haven't seen it yet. It gives a really nice carpet feel.

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17 hours ago, GeoBrick said:

I need to remember the way you made that red stairwell. Don't know if this method is used in other MOC's, but I haven't seen it yet. It gives a really nice carpet feel.

Please do remember! I'm pretty sure I've seen this solution before, so I won't claim to be the inventor.

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