thenightman89

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  1. thenightman89

    [MOC] Washington, D.C. skyline

    E pluribus unum - out of many (bricks), one (skyline!) I designed this MOC in the style of the Architecture Skyline series and features some of Washington, D.C.'s most iconic and celebrated sites, including: - The Jefferson Memorial (with Japanese Cherry Blossoms) - The Smithsonian Institution Building (aka The Castle) - The White House - The Washington Monument - The National Museum of African American History and Culture - The United States Capitol When I first built this, I was mostly eyeballing it as far as heights go. Everything turned out pretty accurate (within reason), but the Washington Monument could probably afford to lose a 1 x 1 brick at the bottom. :D Anyone interested can find the instructions here and on Rebrickable.com!
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    10278 Police Station

    I had quite a chuckle at Chris slowing sliding the donuts over to him. I somehow never recognized the evidence locker in the previous pics - does anyone know all the Easter eggs that are included in it that they mentioned?
  3. As a follow-up to my Honeydukes MOC, I designed Hogsmeade's The Three Broomsticks in the style of the Winter Village series! The technique for the roofs came from the Gingerbread House set since I knew that is an exceptionally sturdy design. Anyone who may be interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable.
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    [MOC] Honeydukes (Winter Village)

    I'm a big fan of the Winter Village series, so I decided to try creating Hogsmeade's famous sweet shop, Honeydukes, in the same style! Let me know what you think! Anyone who may be interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable. In addition to high quality PDF instructions, you will also receive three PNG files for the Honeydukes Logo and Font, which can be used to create your own custom stickers or custom printed tiles (from sites such as Bricksanity).
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    [MOD] 123 Sesame Street Modular Building

    Thanks a bunch! I'm looking forward to adding it to my city! :)
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    LEGO Ideas - 123 Sesame Street

    While I really like the overall look of the 123 Sesame Street set (21324), I wanted to challenged myself to convert the set into a Modular style building using pieces almost entirely exclusive to the set. The only pieces that I needed to use in addition to the set's pieces were tiles for the sidewalk, two 1 x 2 brick with hole (in medium nougat), and a 16 x 32 baseplate. With the modifications, I think this design fits rather nicely alongside the official Modular Buildings! Let me know whatcha think! Anyone who may be interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable! Like all official Modular sets, I was able to design the building to be enclosed on all four sides. Additionally, the roof and second floor can be removed to view and access the interiors! The interiors contain many of the same memorable details from the official set (e.g. Ernie's iconic bathtub); however not all of the same details could be included since the official set's building is 6 studs wider. You can see a few more pictures / angles on my Flickr photostream!
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    [MOD] 123 Sesame Street Modular Building

    "Can you tell me how to get how to get to Sesame Street?" While the official 123 Sesame Street set (21324) is undoubtedly adorable, it does not easily fit into the Modular Building style. I challenged myself to convert the set into the Modular style using pieces almost entirely exclusive to the set. The only pieces that I needed to use in addition to the set's pieces were tiles for the sidewalk, two 1 x 2 brick with hole (in medium nougat), and a 16 x 32 baseplate. With the modifications, I think this design fits rather nicely alongside the official Modular Buildings! Anyone who may be interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable! Like all official Modular sets, I was able to design the building to be enclosed on all four sides. Additionally, the roof and second floor can be removed to view and access the interiors! The interiors contain many of the same memorable details from the official set (e.g. Ernie's iconic bathtub); however not all of the same details could be included since the official set's building is 6 studs wider. Below is a closer look at the front and back - since I limited myself to only using the pieces in the set, you can see the dark orange bricks from Hooper's Store needed to be used to provide a "weathered" look on the back. Now I can't wait to pick up the set and it this to my LEGO City!
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    [MOC] Avatar: The Last Airbender skyline

    Thanks for all the kind feedback! I quickly fell in love with the show - I binged the entire thing in about a week and a half! I may be inspired to make more MOCs from it in the future...we'll see!
  9. "Everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them, but when the world needed him most, he vanished." This is my latest MOC designed in the style of the Architecture Skyline series. It features four of the key locations from "Avatar: The Last Airbender," including: - The Southern Air Temple (with Appa and Aang's glider) [AIR] - The Northern Water Tribe [WATER] - Ba Sing Se [EARTH] - Fire Nation Royal Palace [FIRE] Let me know what you think! Anyone who may be interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable.com.
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    Winter Village Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I still feel like the entire concept of an Elf Clubhouse is out of left field, but I can't help but enjoy the overall design. I feel like the inclusion of the big computer as one of the side builds is a bit odd...
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    Harry Potter 2020 - Rumors & Discussion

    FYI - Brick Show is reporting Harry Potter Gifts With Purchase for September: LEGO Harry Potter and Hedwig: Owl Delivery (30420) - for purchases of LEGO Harry Potter sets worth $40 or more. LEGO BrickHeadz Hagrid and Buckbeak (40412) - for purchases of LEGO Harry Potter sets worth $100 or more. https://brickshow.com/2020/08/expect-a-couple-of-lego-harry-potter-gwp-sets-in-september
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    Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Oddly enough, it's been reported that Downtown Diner is due to retire first. https://www.thebrickfan.com/rumored-lego-direct-to-consumer-sets-retiring-in-2020/
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    Winter Village Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I have to agree that the whole concept of an "Elf Clubhouse" is a bit strange and not an established part of winter holiday lore (near as I'm aware). But I'll try to reserve judgment until I see what exactly it is.
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    [MOC] US Supreme Court Building

    Thanks for the kind words and sharing your thoughts! I've found that neoclassical pediments are always tough at this scale. For this build, I first tried out the same technique used in the Trafalgar Square set, which I think does a better job at closing the gap at the top. But very confusingly, when I built it in Bricklink Studio, the unsightly gap was still prominent. After a lot of experimentation, a simple hinge is the best solution I could come up with for now.
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    [MOC] US Supreme Court Building

    I designed the US Supreme Court in the style of the Architecture Landmark series! Since the building is actually quite long in its depth, I took inspiration from the overall approach of the official Trafalgar Square set. The rear side of the building also features a super micro version of the famous courtroom! Let me know what you think!