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Welcome to Bricksonville - A City full of lights (promotional video)

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Hello everybody,

after a few weeks of work I proudly present you this little promotional video about Bricksonvillem, my Lego City.
It shows the highlights for welcome travellers but shouldn't be taken too seriously. ;)

I hope you enjoy it :)
Feel free to comment!

 

 

 

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Great! That‘s an impressive looking city and the lighting is fantastic! I wonder how many lights were used in total?

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11 hours ago, SFmuscle73 said:

Love it, Love it, LOVE IT!  Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for your kind feedback! :)

8 hours ago, peedeejay said:

Great! That‘s an impressive looking city and the lighting is fantastic! I wonder how many lights were used in total?

Thank you also for your feedback! I really appreciate it! :)
I'd like to know that too. Unfortunately, I didn't count them... It has to be at least a few hundred I think...

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O My!!! So Jealous!!!!

this realy blows my mind!!!

also love the comments that you give with your video!

Greetings!

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8 hours ago, carebear said:

O My!!! So Jealous!!!!

this realy blows my mind!!!

also love the comments that you give with your video!

Greetings!

Thanks a lot! I'm happy it goes down so well. :)

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It literary shines!

Defininely want to make such a 'Ninjago' district as well.

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Hi, 

it looks amazing. Well done! :) 

I would like to ask, what wires are you using and how are you doing the wiring in the buildings? Are you using also some connectors to connect the houses to the "mail line"?  I'm using an awg 28 wire with outer diameter of 0,28mm. 

Thank you. 

I made something similar, but way smaller :D wiht my winter village. 

Next project will be a sea side with 31051 and 21310. 

WVL01.jpg

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23 hours ago, GeoBrick said:

It literary shines!

Defininely want to make such a 'Ninjago' district as well.

Thanks for your feedback. Glad you found some inspiration. :)

 

13 hours ago, mirecg said:

Hi, 

it looks amazing. Well done! :) 

I would like to ask, what wires are you using and how are you doing the wiring in the buildings? Are you using also some connectors to connect the houses to the "mail line"?  I'm using an awg 28 wire with outer diameter of 0,28mm.

Thank you very much. :)
Mainly, I am using lights, connectors and wires from "Light my Bricks". They are very small ones which can be easily installed into the buildings.

 

13 hours ago, mirecg said:

I made something similar, but way smaller :D wiht my winter village. 

Next project will be a sea side with 31051 and 21310. 

 

Your winter scence looks fantastic! So do you do the wiring on your own?

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AntiZombie - thank you :)

Yes I'm doing the wiring on my own. I think that way I have more possibilities and it is cheaper, but it takes much longer :)

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On 3/19/2019 at 9:31 AM, mirecg said:

AntiZombie - thank you :)

Yes I'm doing the wiring on my own. I think that way I have more possibilities and it is cheaper, but it takes much longer :)

Great. That's really impressive! :)

 

On 3/19/2019 at 10:57 PM, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

Simply magic! :wub:

Thank you :)

On 3/20/2019 at 5:01 PM, adwind said:

I'm speechless! Simply amazing!

Thank you, too :)

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Great display and lights ;) Love it !!!

  hope LEGO soon see what market is  for lights in sets ;)  

  MYB 1 day i can light my city too !!!

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