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Maxim I

[ESL-OKT] MAESTRO Office - Punto Sur

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Traditionally seen, the last day is always the most busy day of Oktoberfest. People are gathering one last time before the month ends.

During the recent stay of troops in Punto Sur, officers ordered construction of a MAESTRO office to oversee trade on the island of Maldria.

The troops have been sent to Seawatch to remove the Lotii blockade over there.

Oktoberfest was for MAESTRO always the best month as sales of their Apple Ciders and Wines go through the skies. So also this last day of Oktoberfest, the MAESTRO office opened it doors once again so everyone could enjoy a nice glass of Apple Cider.

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Will be licenced as small commerce

2 months ago I visited Cartagena in Colombia, which is a must-see for everyone here (just keep your own safety always in mind). Inspired by those colourfull houses and wooden balconies I was very eager to try to build it myself.

The balcony on this MOC is an exact copy of one of the balconies I saw there. Together with the greenstuff and the streetlamp, I think I succesfully catched the atmosphere of the house I used as inspiration.

Something I discoverd there (well, I never thought of it before), is that there is no sewer in those old Colonial cities (at least not in Cartagena). So hence the stone doorstep to make sure there won't get water inside the house after a very rainy day (rain just stays on the street in big pools).

It was fun using the HP wands in the balcony and the bar 1L with clip Mechanical claws for the streetlight (put in a 2x2 inverted round dome slider)

@Ayrlego: I might have taken a few looks on how you did your corners in your roofs :pir-blush:

Enjoy and thanks for C&C

Edited by Maxim I

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Great to see this up just in time for the mini-challenge! :pirate:

 

Loving the build, your attention to detail is impressive. The balcony is wonderful, and that lamp design is just inspired!

If I could change one thing, it would be the "overhang" of some of the minifigs on the street. It just looks a bit off to me.

Still a great scene overall, full of character and life. Well done!

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This is a very beautiful little trading office. I like the balconies with the columns that end on the roof. Nice to see people having fun at Oktoberfest. :pir-huzzah1:

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Wonderful build. Great design, full of interesting build techniques and piece usage. Well populated with active minifigs. And I like the use of light yellow. You really caught the look and feel of your Colombian inspiration. Well done! :pir-huzzah2:

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What lovely colors, the light yellow complements the dark red and brown perfectly!  Great use of wands on the balcony too to give it a very elegant look.

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Lovely office! The yellow, brown and dark red really match well, and especially in combination with those greens on the side of the wall!

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Great build, Maxim, love that roof and the light yellow on the building!  Smooth job with the corners both on the roof and balcony too, and those vines are really pretty! :pir-thumb:

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