PastVPresent

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  1. PastVPresent

    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I like deco and and that lego is changing things up a bit but this building feels like a slightly weird combination of styles. Why would there be a deco diner (along with matching tower element) with the older/more traditional architecture on left side of the upper floors? Seems like an unrealistic combo - i could imagine a 100% deco building or even a traditional/historic building with a different (modernized) architecture at retail storefront but the fact that the deco is only carried up a portion of the upper levels here feels strange/not like what i generally see in real world cities. Said another way, seems like the deco should be just at ground floor or on the whole building, not just portions....?
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    10255 Assembly Square

    So does the presence of mid 2000's Lego sets in the AFOL apartment answer the age old question of what era are the modulars? No longer early 1900s?
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    10255 Assembly Square

    agreed, here it is: Presentation2 by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    10255 Assembly Square

    I made it taller.... Presentation1 by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    So much great stuff! Piano, drum set, train set, dentist's office, another bathroom, photo shoot...not to mention great exterior detail and parts use! + inverted corner(s) - everything so many have asked for, all in one set!
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    IDEAS 21307 Caterham Seven 620R

    Really enjoyed this build (great new parts use, etc) and the finished product fits in very nicely with the recent creator cars: http://Untitled by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Heres how i squeezed a small 16x32 plaza into my shelf depth display, maybe something like this could work but doesnt leave much space for "assembling" http://Untitled by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    [MOC] New York Soho street

    Welcome, this is great! You nailed the cast iron facades and that billboard design is really cool. Very nice looking NYC street, hope to see more in the future!
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    Advanced Models 10248 Ferrari F40: Discussion Topic

    Very nice mods SpaceMonkey, looks great!
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    75827 Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters Discussion

    Thanks JonnyYeti, I built the underground part for the subway a while ago but am realizing now it could make it easy to add a basement/containment level to GBHQ - would be great to see pics if you end up doing something like it!
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    75827 Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters Discussion

    Just added this to my City, thought it was a great build and really excited about how it looks finished (not too out of scale with modulars i think): http://Untitled by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    10251 Brick Bank

    DrJosephMosch, looking great! I didnt make mine taller but did mod the roof to make it flatter - just got it into the City (also along plaza): http://Untitled by PastVPresent, on Flickr
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    Modular Corner Neighborhood

    Incredible work! I really like the modern touches in the traditional buildings (ie glass stairs, shower and coffee table) and the simple yet well-designed brownstone facade
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    Subway system

    I built an NYC subway car (thread here: http://www.eurobrick...37#entry2169945) and an underground station for my modulars (thread here: http://www.eurobrick...96#entry2196579). Not sure how well either would translate to an official set, but would love it if Lego did release something one day. I also once tried building a more "official set sized" diorama version of the above in a competition, it didn't turn out how I would have liked (I blame it on the time constraints...) but pic here: https://www.flickr.c...eposted-public/
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    75827 Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters Discussion

    Anyone think that parts of this will lift off ("modular style") in addition to hinging open? Based on some of the visible plates I hope it does. Simpsons house already showed both could be done...