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My second modular MOC: Sand green

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I would like to introduce my second modular MOC to you. It represents a small tabacs / news shop with a modern luxury apartment above. It all started with some sand green masonry bricks I purchased at Legoland. This is what it turned into over three months:

46512268031_ba6ce8a7ed_c.jpgIMG_2648 by Christian, auf Flickr

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46460280402_490096dd7a_c.jpgIMG_2652 by Christian, auf Flickr

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46512242731_6ec78edf5a_c.jpgIMG_2668 by Christian, auf Flickr

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A very smart smaller build! A good use of colour and the inclusion of a car port is pretty neat although If i had a Veyron I'd probably want a garage with a very thick door! :laugh:

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I love all of the details in the interior of the apartment

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Really nice! I like how it looks on the last image next to the PR!

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That looks Fantastic. Although I'd be leery of that Tobaconist. He looks like a Hippy, so god knows what he's peddling *huh*

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Nice work. Considering this is your second modular you have a great way ahead. I guess you're hooked already.:wink: 

Mg favouritd part is the middle floor. I like its simmetry, and would probably use the same design also for the top floor. Adding a spot for the car is interesting, but it looks like a tight fit.

Well done on the interiors, too. Have you considered taking a photo from above to capture the floor plan? Specially the 16 wide buildings are hard to photograph the interiors, so visualizing the floor plan is something that helps with planning the layout. 

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