LegoModularFan

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    Castle, Vignettes, Landscapes and Modulars
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  1. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Slice of Life: Townhouse

    Thank you so much for the kind words Peedeejay!
  2. LegoModularFan

    Tower of the nameless seer [Avalonia]

    Really great build, love the tower and the tree with its roots on its top! I really enjoy the patterns and the detailing you’ve come up with on your tower as well as your color choices; I find lime works quite well against the the yellow/BLO/orange/dark orange foliage, but to go a little more in the direction of what Grover said, mixing it with olive would really help softening it up a little and also getting a better transition to dark brown… Moreover, with lime being such a dominant color, I would also make the water look softer by replacing 1-2 layers of trans blue tiles on the top by trans clear tiles/plates. Other than that, I love the tree you’ve got on bottom left and I think the one on the right could also very much benefit from some leaf interweaving as well as a branch or two so that it looks as organic as its peer. Lastly, regarding the presentation, I personally find your photos to be a tiny bit oversaturated and “overcontrasted”, you probably enjoy the poppy colors but I really believe that going for more accurate LEGO colors would look better… If anything, you could try to work around a little bit with the depth of field if you have a camera/recent phone, it should help your presentation! All of that said, you’ve done an amazing job on the entire build, this is mostly just to keep in mind next time you work around a similar build with a similar color scheme!
  3. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] An apple vendor rivalry

    Lovely scene you’ve got there, I’m very much digging the cobblestone technique as well as the lantern and the timbered house on the back! Moreover, I love how you used slopes and the brackets to achieve the arch, it definitely does add in a lot more detail than a simple arch piece could. Keep it up!
  4. LegoModularFan

    16x32 MOCs

    Oh oops, sorry for the confusion... None of the above are my MOCs but rather just a collection of some of my favorite modulars out there, which I thought might give you some inspiration on the long run!
  5. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Steven Spielberg Masterpieces: Vignette Series

    Some really pretty vignettes all packed with great techniques and parts usage!
  6. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Slice of Life: Townhouse

    Hi Eurobrickers, Long time no see! I'm back with another build; my biggest one yet that was built to be a part of the Slice of Life collaboration initiated by Jackson! ~Slice of Life: Townhouse by LegoModulexFan, on Flickr https://www.instagram.com/p/Cu90AVAoilt/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link&igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== It's supposed to be a Japanese themed building with the ground floor loosely based on this beautiful building in Osaka, and the top floor on this gorgeous drawing by Angela Hao. The entire build took me roughly 9 months to finish, believe it or not, but I had to take some prolonged breaks because of my studies which means I've really only done 2.5-3 weeks of intense building and 1 more less intense, scattered around this 9 month period. Enjoy!
  7. LegoModularFan

    16x32 MOCs

    Hi there @CyrodiilWarrior! I myself have been into modulars for a very long time and have covered a big amount that's done before 2019 in the topic below, feel free to check it out if you feel like doing some browsing. A majority of the MOCs below will be 32x32 of course, but I'm sure you can spot quite a few 16x32 ones as well! Cheers!
  8. LegoModularFan

    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    ^This, the jazz club building seems to have some interesting techniques at the very least but the color choices are quite weird and the pizzeria building looks very undetailed for an average modular… Big disappointment for me at first sight, also with the price tag it has, I’m excited about that double bass mold nevertheless.
  9. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Iron Dwarves

    Haha, really great work on the character designs, the PU is truly spot on! Love that Steamcopter as well, simple yet effective.
  10. LegoModularFan

    The Hideout

    This looks really pretty Simon, I love that hideout, the waterfall with that cockpit and the way it transitions into the the stream and the use of tooth pieces for the trees! Great use of colors as well, I personally would have also added some small patches of yellowish green onto the lime since I love the way those two colors complement each other. Great work overall!
  11. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] The Enchanted Pavilion of the Bunny Queen

    Thank you so much everyone!
  12. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Florentine Palazzo

    It’s definitely been worth the wait, I love this so much Pau! The two buildings complement each other very nicely color wise and architecturally speaking. The different types of vegetation throughout add a charm to the whole build as well as the detailed interior!
  13. That’s looking mighty impressive, I love trees and the terrainwork especially!
  14. LegoModularFan

    [MOC] Path to the Orient

    Hello everyone, Here’s my first completed MOC that I’m only getting around sharing here, a small collaborative build that I have completed with the talented builder Exluse in the course of a couple of hours. Hope you enjoy! And here’s a close-up of the cobblestone and the foliage for those interested: Hope you enjoy!
  15. Hello everyone, Here’s my second completed fantasy/castle themed build that had all started with me wanting to experiment with an oval footprint with the Dark Bluish Gray road signs, but it turned out to be very time consuming to try to fill all the gaps inside the frame, especially with my limited parts collection in magenta… Overall, I’m quite happy with the way it turned out having had a lot of doubts on the way, and also by the fact that I’ll now be able to move on to bigger things. Hope you guys enjoy!