MaximB

[MOC] Barbershop

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Nearly for 20 years I have had hair cut at the same barber. Thank you!
The main inspiration became the real building in my native town, along which I drive every day. Its balconies haunted me!

49795310623_403b993f4d_c.jpgBarbershop by Maxim Baybakov, on Flickr


49796156867_dc7e4f9bba_c.jpgBarbershop by Maxim Baybakov, on Flickr

49814482492_c114d843f0_c.jpgBarbershop. Interior by Maxim Baybakov, on Flickr

Technique. I tried to show the elements on which questions arose.

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This is really astonishing! Original facade with great details, it's really one of the best modular I've seen in the last months. Really a great work, I love it.

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Another brilliant @MaximB modular as said on Flickr! :wub_drool: You include so many great techniques in the modulars, you’re truly taking them to the next level both with the amount of details, techniques and NPUs! The bay window is next level stuff as the others have pointed out! :wub: I love how you did it slightly bigger than minifig scale to include more details! :classic: Keep up the incredible work! :thumbup:

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This is gorgeous!  Love the bay window and balcony.

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Fantastic! I'm impressed.... such a beautiful round window/balcony. The storefront is wonderful too.

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This looks Aamzing! the roof is my favorite

Great Great Work!

Greetings!

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Man, that's absolutely stunning! The colors works so well together, I never knew a primarily gray colored wall could look so good. The details, shapes and techniques are just sooo darn great! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Are you "moc"king us, all barbers are closed at the moment! :rofl: 

Love the roof and window techniques though. :classic:

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Some brilliant stuff going on in that bay section, Maxim - the flex tubes and railing really make it work, although the dish embedded into the bottom is an ingenious idea as well :wub:  And excellent job with the rest of the building too, especially the panels under the barber windows and the colors on that roof (I've really got to get some burnt orange tiles!) :thumbup:

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On 4/20/2020 at 8:16 PM, brickostan said:

Wow. Looking really good. I really like the roof and the rounded balcony/windows.

Thank you!

On 4/20/2020 at 8:18 PM, Terrasher said:

Woah, outstanding texturing all over the building. Love the SNOT work!

Thank you!

21 hours ago, kevin8 said:

This is really astonishing! Original facade with great details, it's really one of the best modular I've seen in the last months. Really a great work, I love it.

Thank you!

22 hours ago, DodgeDude5498 said:

Very clean building! Excellent work!

Thank you!

20 hours ago, cimddwc said:

Really amazing indeed!

Thank you!

20 hours ago, Pdaitabird said:

That's fantastic! I especially like the technique used for the bay window.

Thank you!

20 hours ago, LegoModularFan said:

Another brilliant @MaximB modular as said on Flickr! :wub_drool: You include so many great techniques in the modulars, you’re truly taking them to the next level both with the amount of details, techniques and NPUs! The bay window is next level stuff as the others have pointed out! :wub: I love how you did it slightly bigger than minifig scale to include more details! :classic: Keep up the incredible work! :thumbup:

Thank you!

20 hours ago, LEGO Train 12 Volts said:

Stunning MOC and great building technique! :wub:

Thank you!

19 hours ago, lordgambit77 said:

that looks amazing!!! the windows and balcony, wow!

Thank you!

19 hours ago, peedeejay said:

Wow that balcony is mindblowing! Incredible build!

Thank you!

15 hours ago, Kristel said:

This is gorgeous!  Love the bay window and balcony.

Thank you!

14 hours ago, eliza said:

Fantastic! I'm impressed.... such a beautiful round window/balcony. The storefront is wonderful too.

Thank you!

14 hours ago, Jerry McGlade said:

Fantastic!

Thank you!

11 hours ago, carebear said:

This looks Aamzing! the roof is my favorite

Great Great Work!

Greetings!

Thank you!

10 hours ago, ExeSandbox said:

Man, that's absolutely stunning! The colors works so well together, I never knew a primarily gray colored wall could look so good. The details, shapes and techniques are just sooo darn great! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Thank you!

10 hours ago, Henning M. said:

Very very nice work  also the roof intreagues me.  

All the best

Thank you!

8 hours ago, Lepralego said:

Outstanding! That is technique and good taste.

Thank you!

6 hours ago, Gorilla94 said:

Wow. Just wow. Does it have interieur inside?

Thank you! Only on first floor.

3 hours ago, gotoAndLego said:

I really like all the subtle details like the single dark grey plate on either side of the tan.

Thank you!

3 hours ago, brimbolet said:

Funny how the barber puts on the shaving cream. Truely a great moc!

Thank you!

3 hours ago, Cyberfounder said:

Are you "moc"king us, all barbers are closed at the moment! :rofl: 

Love the roof and window techniques though. :classic:

Thank you! ))) Yeah, I'm already like that hairy minifigure.

2 hours ago, Garmadon said:

Some brilliant stuff going on in that bay section, Maxim - the flex tubes and railing really make it work, although the dish embedded into the bottom is an ingenious idea as well :wub:  And excellent job with the rest of the building too, especially the panels under the barber windows and the colors on that roof (I've really got to get some burnt orange tiles!) :thumbup:

Thank you!

Many thanks to all!!! I'm really happy that you like it!
Added the photo of techniques in the first post (in spoiler)

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