cimddwc

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  1. cimddwc

    [MOC] Grand Palace Hotel

    Thanks again after all these months! :) At that time, each regular floor was split in 3 sections: the thick center part (24 studs) and each of the sides. However I noticed that left much empty space in the boxes I used, so I split the sides on the left (opposite the dining hall) in two modules. Hopefully this will be more efficiently using the boxes next time, I.e. this November. By the way, I'm currently completing the interior and lighting (with non-Lego LEDs, admittedly...).
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    [MOC] Post Office & Art School

    An amazing building indeed! And I think the yellow works well.
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    Inspirational Modular and Non-Modular Building MOCs

    I once built this one that matches your drawing at least partially: Hats & Clocks: Front by cimddwc, auf Flickr Seeing these other art buildings makes my art gallery (thanks for mentioning, btw!) look rather normal... ;)
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    [MOC] Gallery of Modern Art

    Well, for now it looks just like this: The gap will be filled some time in the future with a more traditional house, about as tall as the yellow bow.
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    [MOC] Gallery of Modern Art

    Hello everyone, something a little bit different for a change, especially architecturally: A modern, artistic building that grows from the ruins of an old one... topped with an over-the-top golden sculpture. An overview of the pieces of art found in the gallery. A few notes: Top row: The bee is from a Unikitty set, as well as the piggy next to it that didn't make it into the gallery after all. The ugly dark red figure is a Bionicle "minifigure", the ice sculpture from a City advent calendar. Second row: The orange thing is mostly from a Moana set, the blue disc from the Dimensions game. Third row: That silver thing is a Ninjago spinner thing. A brick separator was kinda mandatory. :) The gold sculpture is from an old reverse-engineering contest, and the white thing from Nexo Knights. Bottom row: Left is a plate from the German footballers CMF. The floors: (Detail images on Flickr.) » Flickr album with more photos Hope you like it...
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    2018 Lego Trains

    It looked yellow in the early leaks and orange now. I'd prefer yellow (regular or flame)... Maybe they'll add the other switch to next year's extra cargo train (assuming there will be one like before)?
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    [MOC] Yet another modular Lego store

    Thanks again! Second floor? European definition above ground floor, it's a 2x2 round plate plus 2x2 round tile with hole on a Technic axle pin. Second floor of the upper part (dark red/tan) is 30094 plus tiles, and a tooth plate above..
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    [MOC] Yet another modular Lego store

    Around the corner from the Grand Hotel, between a yet-to-be-modified Assembly Square and something else about which I haven't much of an idea yet...
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    [MOC] Yet another modular Lego store

    Thanks, everyone! Yes, the window frame took quite some playing around with snotting half-plate offsets etc. The mini Falcon is basically last year's Advent Calendar design plus that extra bit in the front. And white instead of gray, of course.
  10. Hi everyone, my latest building is a 16-wide Lego store, featuring the store from 60097 City Square and the VIP Store and Minifigure Factory GWPs plus a facade based on the Zehender house in Heilbronn (and a roof cornice of my own): The "Z" on top is a reference to the Zehender house. Simpler back side: Inside we start with many sets on the walls and a vintage poster (luckily I kept the STAMPs from set 1592 all these years): Pick-a-Brick wall upstairs... ...plus Build-a-Minifigure and bigger sets. Feel free to imagine what the huge Friends-colored set could be. :) Next floor: The Minifigure Factory didn't really fit as a factory into this small building, so it's a manufacture for special hand-painted figures: VIP cards are checked before you get access to the upper floors... And there's the VIP lounge - free drinks, chatting with employees and other fans, and exclusive previews of new sets such as the UCS Kessel Run MF... ...and if you got the money, you can buy a rare discontinued set from the display case or a vintage decorative brick from the top shelf: Want to take a selfie with Brick Girl? Go to the rooftop! » Flickr album Hope you like it...
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    MOC Modular Travel Agency

    Great buildings with nice architecture and nice details indeed!
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    [MOC] A new shop in spring

    Thanks, everyone! Indeed! There are some used in Legoland models, so they have been/are being produced anyway, just not available to anyone but the Legoland builders... Well, I think I won't add another one next to these three, but of course I will build more houses. Later. I've postponed cleaning up and sorting for way too long already...
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    [MOC] A new shop in spring

    Thanks! That silver piece is the little spider from this year's Nexo Knights.
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    [MOC] A new shop in spring

    Hi everyone, another 16-wide modular building of mine, featuring Spring Yellowish Green as its main color, a shop being renovated (which might open in spring) and an apartment: Well, the color is still a bit too strong for my taste, but it still looks good in this building, I think, and together with the others: Let's look inside - here's the renovation: Similar layout to the Ice Cream Parlor with a child's room and the bathroom of an apartment on the second floor, though this time it's a younger boy's room: Living room with kitchen area upstairs: That goblin statue must be a present from a mother-in-law, or why would they have it in their living room? (Anyway, it's from the Elves set that most of the Spring Yellowish Green parts are from.) And the bedroom in the attic, admittedly with a less than optimal space between roof plates and interior (like what's supposed to be a closet on the left), but, well... » Flickr album Hope you like it...