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  1. Xon67

    [MOC] Micro city

    I enjoy following this topic. The variety of all the designs is very inspiring!
  2. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    Hi @Ninjago_fan2123. Feel free to post any LEGO Movie (1 or 2) related builds here!
  3. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    Hi @TMBuilder709, thanks for stopping by! As I've posted on this topic previously, I'm hesitant to release models because I don't want to see them get abused, such as showing up on off brand sites as an actual set. I've seen it happen multiple times. I'm sorry that a few people ruin things for the rest of us. I have posted full 360 images of the service station on the first page of this topic. I hope they provide enough reference for you to build it. If you have questions about any specific part of the model, feel free to ask and i'll be happy to respond. I don't visit here as often as I used to, so I'll have to ask for some patience in getting a reply.
  4. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    It's great to see people are still visiting here and sharing! I feel like I should dust off some old, incomplete models and finish them off. Time will tell. Hi @LordB, welcome to Eurobricks! I'll send you some references that should help you out. Feel free to share here, if you want.
  5. Xon67

    Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land

    @NDLG80. That looks amazing! I wish I could see it in person to see how you pulled of some of the trickier areas. Did you have to make many substitutions for part/color combinations that don't exist?
  6. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @Mr Classic Are the table and chairs shown on-screen? If so, when? I missed them... I just made something up. I posted detailed images of my bathroom on the previous page of this post--about half-way down the page. Again, I made stuff up. I have no idea what is sticking out above the toilet tank (your second picture above). I have the feeling that there are pipes above the toilet and sink (your third picture above), but I just left them out because I couldn't figure them out. Thanks so much for the screen grab of the TV stand! I had made mine up. I updated my model to use what is shown above. I know the table shown in that picture is different than the one in Emmet's apartment. All of the angled items were placed individually in the way that you described. It took way more time than I'd like to admit. I don't know of any easier way to do this in LDD--it wasn't designed to do this. I wish there was an easier way.
  7. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    Anatomy of a trope Ingredients include: - 1 house exterior - 20 studs x 30 studs - 1 house interior - 90 studs x 119 studs - 1 Super Cycle - 8 studs x 26 studs Directions: Enter small house exterior. Run Super Cycle rapidly through large house interior in 144 frames. Exit small house exterior explosively.
  8. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @Mr Classic. Here's a detailed view of my version of Emmet's kitchen. My table and chairs don't make much sense, but I made a few updates on a few other things..
  9. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @Mr Classic Yup, it's some version of Emmet's kitchen back there. I assumed the placement of the cooker based on what i thought could be the exhaust hood on the left, but it just as easily could be on the back wall. I believe the piece you have circled is a LEGO Plate 1 x 2 with Handle (Closed Ends) (48336). I have some updates to my version of Emmet's kitchen that I will post next for you. @Kamora If you look at the top of the previous page in this topic, you'll find a post by GLAP23 that links to a very excellent and up-to-date model. Here's the last room of the house for Emmet's Super Cycle run:
  10. Mine arrived. Thanks for all of your hard work, CopMike! You rock!