Stephle59

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  1. Stephle59

    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Thank you so much AntiZombie :) Some small details of this assembly, while waiting for the continuation: Zombillénium - Both towers's building details by Stephle59, on Flickr I've assembled about 9000 parts, structures included here. I estimate that with the roller coaster and the scenery, I should be in the range of 20,000 - 25,000 parts. You can also see the power box that lights the tower of the panoramic restaurant. Can't wait for the last order from Lego to arrive, so I can finish the roofs of the left building.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    I start this first post of the year 2022 by wishing you my best wishes for this new year! May it be rich in reunions, exhibitions and other beautiful meetings! Zombillenium - Happy New Year 2022 by Stephle59, on Flickr You can also discover the central part of the amusement park, with its two main buildings. There are about 50 parts missing to finish the roof of the left building, I'm waiting for the order from Lego... More pictures soon.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    And now, I am happy to present you the finally finished building: Zombillenium, first roller coaster building done ! by Stephle59, on Flickr Zombillenium, first roller coaster building done ! by Stephle59, on Flickr It's very hard to take a picture of it at home, with the steering tower which is 1m40 high. The chimneys have received the cables that reinforce them. No Lego string which is too thick here, I opted for polyester thread from Güttermann, thinner and stronger. More soon !
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Almost done :) Zombillenium, roller coaster building WIP (4) by Stephle59, on Flickr
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    What's next: Zombillénium, roller coaster building WIP (2) by Stephle59, on Flickr Quite a few things here: - the rollercoaster lead car gets the newest skull from the Ninjago sets. The miner's helmet holds, but the clutch power isn't great. No choice here : I had to put a little bit of paste to fix it so that it doesn't fall in the loop... But it's clearly nicer like that, isn't it? - the rails are raised by one plate as planned. - the footbridge is well advanced, the railings are partly made with Ninjago samurai swords - the platforms are almost finished, the hazard warning strips are in place and the black side seals imitating real rubber ones are all installed. 'Mind the gap', as the voice of the London Underground would say - the electrical cabinet, the secret entrance to the elevator of the management tower, is also put in place - all the exterior walls are taking shape. I'll be relieved when the bulk arrives, the stock of medium nougat bricks is very low...
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    In fact I have different sources to advance on the project: the books, the sketches that the author sent me, the eponymous film (the freeze-frames are salvific by the way), and the author himself, which helps greatly And now, I start again after the summer vacations. Zombillénium, roller coaster building WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr I started the construction of one of the two big buildings that will host the towers, here for the management tower. This is the one that houses the loading docks for the roller coaster. As expected, I was inspired by Bruno Couchinho's design to create it. The two large chimneys made me want to add a coke oven as a decoration, among other things. This oven is "functional", I added a light brick to simulate the coal heating inside: The gas recovery is also part of it, as well as the yellow/black paint to show the dangerous places, here on one of the pylons of the structure. I'm currently working on finishing the boarding platforms, raising the rails by one plate because the cars are too low. And the famous electrical cabinet that serves as the entrance to the elevator, like in the movie. All this will be published soon
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Small picture of the Let's Go exhibition that took place on June 19 and 20 in Ostwald, near Strasbourg (France) : Zombillénium at Let's Go exhibition by Stephle59, on Flickr I am present on the picture, so it gives you an idea of the size of the project, and the both towers. And here, a photo of the door of the amusement park, taken by Bartosch Salmanski, a professional photographer from Strasbourg, which I find so beautiful ! Zombillenium gate, picture by Bartosch Salmanski by Stephle59, on Flickr Then, little video made during the exhibition :
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    MOC: Bank

    Great design and great build, love this !
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    The last order of parts has arrived, putting the end to the work on these two towers. Zombillenium, both towers - final version by Stephle59, on Flickr Some info : about 5000 parts including 1200 light bluish gray curved slopes 3 x 2. About 80 hours of work spread over about 6 months, to complete the two master pieces of the middle of the amusement park. Now it's time to set the scene, with the rest of the buildings and especially thé much awaited roller coasters. For the moment, I don't publish anything officially on it, cause I still have a long phase of tests to realize before.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Oh, thank you so much Fuppylodders ! In the story developed by the author, the amusement park was built in the 70s / early 80s. The buildings which compose it aren't decayed, or at least very little. We can see in volume 2 of the comic book, that in fact, all the buildings didn't exist, they just took place on the site of an old mine in the North of France, which was completely destroyed after an explosion. So they imitate what could be found there. So I want to respect the original atmosphere, in its retranscription with our Danish bricks.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Then, little video about the final version version of the panoramic restaurant, here : https://youtu.be/xbPNuqmCbqg
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Little video about the final version of the management tower here : https://youtu.be/IjgcUkL1d7E
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Both towers WIP today : Zombillénium, towers WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr Francis Von Bloodt's office is done !
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Small picture of the progress being made: Zombillenium, season 2 - WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr The chandelier in the restaurant is now lit, as is the side window. I received the 50 cm Power Functions cable today. I took BobDeQuatre's advice, the pumpkin cart stairs are shortened. Below you can see a first attempt at a more classic roller coaster cart set, as seen in the comic.Not satisfied for the moment, but you have to start with something... On the other hand, the bridge between the towers is well advanced. The global design is there. I'm now waiting for the Bricks & Pieces orders to finish these parts. But others will start soon, including the second tower's frame. It's well on the way to be finished by the end of the year, even if there is still a lot of work to do !
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Thank you so much Kintobor. I'm really happy to read you like my work. At the end of the year, the roller coaster will normally be completed, with its two large towers and industrial buildings. Still a lot of WIP to see until then ;) Zombillénium, tower WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr Zombillénium, tower WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr