cimddwc

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  1. Hello everyone, my latest building - with the contents of the Central Perk, Chinese Dinner, and Cloud City sets, hence the title for which I had no better idea... Continued in the back on the left: Street café view - the little tram is from my inclined street scene: The underground hosts teh dungeons or whatever you can call these of Cloud City, i.e. the dark part: Ground floor with Central Perk café and unsuspecting owners and guests: Above the similarly unsuspecting Chinese family having dinner: Above that, back to the secret Star Wars operations: And continued under the roof - the red twin pod is split and ready to launch through the large roof hatch: The decoration on top of the round part is also from Cloud City, of course. Finally a view across the church roof next to good old Green Grocer (with an extra floor): » As usual more photos on Flickr. Hope you like this one, too. :)
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    [MOC] Modular Church

    Thanks, everyone!
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    [MOC] Modular Church

    Hi everyone, here's my modular church - dedicated to the Invisible Pink Unicorn, though architecture-wise, it could be a typical Middle European church. Several architectural ideas were inspired by St. Kilian's Church in Heilbronn, Germany. (Christianity never got many followers in my view of the Lego world because it's just too hard to believe - I mean, crucifixion? When everybody knows that people can't possibly move their arms sideways without ripping them out of their sockets??) The glass windows on the right side: From left to right: some colorful pattern; a non-believer (grey clothes) turned into a believer (pink clothes); socks being raptured; a naive rendition of a pink unicorn; a pizza (partially visible). Top of the spire: That spiral stairs look quite dangerous... Inside: I kinda messed up the lamps - made some mistake and noticed it too late to fix it, so either the lamps are just loosely connected to bars and clips, or hanging freely like here... At least the wedding couple and audience don't care. :) Full interior: An early drawing: Checking how big it could be - comparing it to typical floors (numbers), compared to my round pharmacy. » Flickr album with a total of 40 pictures, including some construction details Hope you like it...
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    [MOD] Bombardier Talent (using set 7938)

    Well done! You made some nice improvements. I removed my paper since then, replacing it with Lego's standard black 1-stud solution. Does your version support vertical movement, i.e. track inclines?
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    [MOC] Cobalt House

    The two in the middle are connected by this: The two on the sides are just snotted to the side walls.
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    [MOC] Cobalt House

    Thanks again! Yes, thanks to a Pick-a-Brick wall. :)
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    [MOC] Cobalt House

    Thanks! It's some azure, yes. That Assembly Square mod was an early idea but it's not final, I want to change some stuff - add a passage to the back, make it taller to match the LEGO store, and some other adjustments.
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    [MOC] Cobalt House

    Hi everyone, another house of mine - with two facades since it's visible from both sides, front to a street and back an inside corner at a square. Why "cobalt"? Listing all the contents - accessories store, occult bookstore, clinic (and apartment) - would have been a bit too long, so I played around with the initials A, OB, C, and the dark blue color fits the title, too. Ground floor on the back contains C. Burke Jr's Occult Books and Artefacts - very narrow, so shown here without walls: Featuring bookshelves and people from 76060 Sanctum Sanctorum - and a lot of other stuff. Accessories store is basically Friends set 41344: And the strange clinic is Hoth's Medical Chamber 75203: The family is shocked because of these visitors that nobody expects... I mean, who would really expect some kind of Spanish Praetorian Inquisition? Here it is shown in context in my city layout: » More photos in the Flickr album Hope you like it...
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    Lego city - Where to place Apocalipseburg?

    I'd say by the water instead of the small house with the bright red roof, as close to the tracks as possible. And maybe move the medieval house to the other side of the tracks? Nice city, by the way. :)
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    MOC: The Coral Hotel

    Another amazing building indeed 👍
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    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Maybe. It's sometimes odd, I think, how some new stuff gets used early in just a single set before a wider use in several sets months later: The teal color returned with the Diner before being used mostly in Elves sets; Coral didn't get the same Modular treatment, but was used in the TLM2 party bus (and a CMF) before the upcoming summer Friends sets. But the Garage hat that new turntable base before any other set. Now this new 3-wide window only in the HP bus and no other set as far as I could see in the available images... so yeah, maybe it will be in wider use in early 2020.
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    [MOC] SPACEship

    Apart from the thin exterior stuff like antennas, it's quite sturdy thanks to its Technic frame.
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    [MOC] SPACEship

    Thanks, everyone! Yes, it will be at BB2019.
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    [MOC] SPACEship

    Thanks again! Yes, with the red pin fitting in the protruding hole on the small L-liftarm. Which also saves space when I'll put the modules in a box for transport. And yes, it's modular: SP, A with 8 studs of the C, top and bottom of the C, and the E are the modules.