Lepralego

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  • Birthday March 29

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  1. Lepralego

    MOC: The Football Club

    Thank you so much!
  2. Lepralego

    MOC: The Football Club

    Hi, thank you so much for your review and I'm so sorry about my late response. The project is a kind of mix of some of my biggest passions: Lego, football, the classic English stadiums and Newell's Old Boys, my team. I've been a couple of times in Craven Cottage, and I consider it (as many people do) the most beautiful stadium in England. The facade of TFC is not a direct replica but it is mostly inspired by CC. The idea was to create a well built stand in Lego, with that classic style of many medium sized English stadiums. Why? Because I always wanted to have a stand like this and Lego never offered something decent for us, the footy fans. About the English teams, I have to say that I'm fan of LCFC, the foxes! My sister lives there and I visit Leicester quite often, and I've made another project inspired in that city, you could have a look here: I like your idea of the opposite stand with OBU! The project doesn't seem to be a big boom in Lego Idea, perhaps there's not a big audience for it, but I just needed to do it! Thank you again! Thank you so much for your comment and support!
  3. Lepralego

    MOC: The Football Club

    Thank you! I'm glad you like it. Thank you so much. That's what I tought when I started to design it. Thank you!
  4. Lepralego

    MOC: The Football Club

    Welcome to Studbrick Park, home of Old Bricks United Football Club and also known as ‘The Home of Football’. This project focuses on the whole experience of a football club, from the actual football pitch to the changing rooms, the ticket office, the shop, the queues for stadium access and the stand. There is also a soda stand and a statue of a legendary player: Bobby Squarefoot. The stand and its back façade are inspired by many English football stadiums built in the first decades of the 20th century, such as Villa Park in Birmingham or Craven Cottage in London. This style of construction has also been used to build many of the classic stadiums found around the world. The club names, logos and shirt designs are fictional. I hope you like it, and if so you can support it on Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/9ee4e1c7-7262-4175-9776-24372d3ff33b Cheers. If you like it, you can support it on Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/9ee4e1c7-7262-4175-9776-24372d3ff33b Thank you!
  5. Lepralego

    [MOC] Barbershop

    Outstanding! That is technique and good taste.
  6. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Thank you @Svendp for your compliment and support.
  7. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Thank you! Well, I like the official modular buildings, specially their facades, but I don't like so much the way to access to the interiors, always from top. I find this fact a bit unnatural, as it is not our common point of view... Thank you @peedeejay, I'm glad you like it. I love many of you modular creations too... About the layout, I'm with you, perhaps it wouldn't be easy to include it with other modulars but not impossible... I will try to make a digital view of that.
  8. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Thank you si much @carebear! I love your work, I remember your Museum, I follow your creations since that time...
  9. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Thank you so much! Thank you! @DodgeDude5498 I've started with the idea of a modular but after taking many other decisions I've decided not to build it as a modular. Anyway I think it could be putted side by side with some of the official modulars. I know that the street suddenly becomes wider with Brick Walk, but perhaps it could match anyway... I'll try to make some digital images of that. Thank you for your support! Thank you! I've started it after Boulevard des Lumières (my previous big MOC) in mid-february and finished it three days ago. More than the 50% of the time just thinking in the details... Thank you so much for your words and support. As I previously said, this project has a personal connection. I love go walking through New Walk every time I go to Leicester, I feel that city as mine in some point, so perhaps the scene of this project is a snapshot that I always have in my mind... Thank you @Merlict for your comment. I think that I try to put the same effort in the interior than in the exterior of the building. Many times one side compromises the other side. I often see very nice facade buildings projects that finally disappoint me when I see their interior. I've made many changes to the exterior since I started it, and knowing when to stop with that changes it's very hard point. As with any kind of creation in some point you have to consider it finished, because you reach the goal you were looking for... Right or wrong, I think I arrive to that point. Again, I really appreciate your comments. When you share something you are also making a survey of opinions, so all the points of view are important. Thank you! Thank you so much!
  10. Lepralego

    [MOC] Modular Gardening Shop

    Great work! I love the greenhouse and the courtyard.
  11. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Oh! Thank you so much @jus1973. Although I live in Spain, I travel a lot to Leicester as my sister lives there, so I have also a personal connection with New Walk... Thank you for your support and your words.
  12. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Thank you @neonic! I was doubting a lot about the first photo's background, so I really appreciate your comment!
  13. Lepralego

    MOC: Brick Walk

    Welcome to Brick Walk, an ancient promenade with a Georgian-style building fully furnished. A big tree adds the nature feeling characteristic of this pedestrian walk. Inside the house you can enjoy a cup of tea with friends or have an elegant dinner in a stylish living room with high ceilings and an old chimney. In the upper floor, a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom complete the old mansion. The Brick Walk scene is inspired by Leicester’s New Walk site in the UK, a Georgian pedestrian promenade that is more than 200 years old. It is also a tribute to all the ancient walks that are still part of many English cities. These are places where you can enjoy the pleasure of walking and sharing moments with family and friends, often surrounded with trees and beautiful terraced houses. The building by the pedestrian walk does not refer to any actual building, but includes details and references to many different Georgian buildings common in many English cities. You can support this project on Lego Ideas site: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/518a2fc8-fa2f-4319-b235-87dca82970b2 Thank you in advance! ----- If you like this MOC, I really appreciate your support at Lego Ideas site: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/518a2fc8-fa2f-4319-b235-87dca82970b2 Thank you.
  14. Lepralego

    MOC: Boulevard des Lumières

    @bacatdit @MacaroniAndCheez Thank you! I really appreciate your words! It took me a lot of time thinking about what to include in the interiors, and how to do it. Thank you Thorsten! Thank you so much!
  15. Lepralego

    MOC: Boulevard des Lumières

    @Agent 86 @Minzi @WTFett @electropie @AV_Guy @westracing01 @RyszardBosiak @kaelthas @baard @GREG998 Thank you so much! I'm overwhelmed with all your comments. I'm starting now a new project and all those messages mean a lot for me... Not possible for now. Thank you!