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  1. Wineyard

    Grand Lodge

    Thanks again! Well, the future will tell ;) I totally agree! Especially since it's such a typical element for 19th century architecture. I might got you covered ;)
  2. Wineyard

    Grand Lodge

    Thanks guys! I kind of agree. I'm not really pleased with the proportions of the building. But a second floor would make the builing ridiculously tall, in comparison with the 32x32 baseplate. What is the third one? (Looking for a hat trick ;) ) Do you mean the top of the niche? The semi-round shape is created with 6005s (Brick, Arch 1 x 3 x 2 Curved Top) and 87620s (Brick, Modified Facet 2 x 2). Does that make sense?
  3. Wineyard

    Grand Lodge

    Hi! Here is my entry to Brixtar's Modular Building Challenge! This build was quite a challenge! I often build larger buildings, but this time I was restricted to a 32 x 32 stud footprint. Another challenge was to design a sturdy dome. Anyway, I hope you like it! Comments and criticism are welcomed!
  4. Wineyard

    Gothic Cathedral

    Thank you very much! Thanks! Yes, you can remove the roof. You can actually split up the church in 10 pieces, but is only for pratical reasons. The interior is very colorful and is not really meant to be seen :P
  5. Wineyard

    Gothic Cathedral

    Thank you guys! I really appreciate your comments! Thank you! It's never too late to try! Since I started buiding with Lego again, about seven years ago, I have wanted to build a gothic chuch like this one! And I finally did it when the Swebrick contest came up. I choose to build a church mainly because "I had so many grey bricks". (an assumption that proved wrong, I ended up buying grey pieces for like $500) The church is actually quite sturdy! The buttresses are, just like real gothic architecture, thick, which makes the walls very sturdy. Some of interior structure could have been less fragile though :P I haven't weighed it, but I would quess that it weighs around 15 kg.
  6. Wineyard

    Gothic Cathedral

    Thanks guys! Thanks! I think it's around 20 000 - 25 000 pieces!
  7. Wineyard

    Gothic Cathedral

    This is my first (and perhaps last?) try at building a typical gothic/ neogothic church. I was inspired by, among others, Notre Dame in Paris, K├Âlner Dom in Cologne and Uppsala Cathedral. I built the church as an entry to Swebrick's contest Master Builder of the Year (and was therefore forced to squeeze the building to 2 x 4 baseplates, which unfortunatly makes the propotions a bit off) We also made a small movie!
  8. Wineyard

    A small vignette: One decapitation leads to another

    Thanks Soccerkid6!
  9. While putting the finishing touches to the kingly shaped tree, the king's gardener made his first, and probably last, mistake. Built for a tree competition held by the Swedish LUG Swebrick! C&C are welcomed!
  10. I think your project turned out great! It has been a lovely ride to see your building evolve and I'm already looking forward to your next build in the same genre! Thanks for the shoutout btw :)
  11. I hope for a janissary headgear or a chichak helmet!
  12. Wineyard

    Baroque Palace [MOC]

    Thank you! It is heavily inspired by the Louvre Palace. I've been looking at floor plans, photos, Google maps, drone videos from Youtube and old illustrations.
  13. Wineyard

    Baroque Palace [MOC]

    Thanks guys! The last days I've been working on making the project modular with somewhat standardized parts. Here's an example: I have also begun with the back of the building:
  14. Wineyard

    Baroque Palace [MOC]

    Thanks! Here's a small update. I have mainly focused on getting around the problem with the lack of dark tan pieces.
  15. Wineyard

    Baroque Palace [MOC]

    Thank you! Here's the lastest update. If only there were more bricks in dark tan.