papercla

Eurobricks Vassals
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  • Birthday 04/25/1971

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  1. papercla

    town house 2, 3 and 4

    Yes, probably I'll try those panel. This is a photo of two of these townhouse near one other of my modular houses and green grocer, taken last year at Play Modena event by my friend GianCarlo.
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    town house 2, 3 and 4

    Thank you all. I'm happy you've noticed it and you like. I've worked much time on it.
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    town house 2, 3 and 4

    Hi Wedge, yes you're right, all the three were at Modena Play event.
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    town house 2, 3 and 4

    Sorry for my bad english . As you can see from the photos of the real building in dark red, the dark red brick is slightly behind than the white lines. It was difficult for me to make this particular because using the "classic" techniques, the offset always seemed too big. In the end I choose an intricate system using White Brick, Modified 1 x 1 with Headlight , white Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with 1 Stud (Jumper) , Dark Red Tile 1 x 2 . The result was as I wanted, but if I had used a simply white plate and dark red brick, probably nobody would notice the difference.
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    town house 2, 3 and 4

    New York City
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    town house 2, 3 and 4

    Hi, here is other building of my modular town. I've built them last year and now I can show them to you with excellent photo taken by f_random with his softbox at ItLUG Latina 2013 event (all the photo here). Thank you Domenico. All the 3 town house are 16 stud wide and inspired by photos found out on internet, but at the moment there are no internal furniture. Have a look and, if you want, tell me your comments. Here is the Dark Red & white house: Here is the Reddish brown house: Here is the Black&White house (I'm not fully satisfied of this and I want to make some changes in the future) Here is the real buildings
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    Expand the Winter Village Contest III Voting Topic

    6. sdrnet - 1. 13. Emma -1. 18. Priovit70 - 1. 21 Kristel -1. 22. sonicstarlight - 1.
  8. 1. French Mansion by castor-troy - 1 point 4. Urban Moto by gotoAndLego - 1 point 21. Passage Parisien by domino39 - 1 point 27. Terrace Apartments / Barbershop by Myko - 1 point 26. Girls' Street by psyche - 1 point
  9. 5. Pocket Park by Caparica - 1 point 10. Recycling Station by LegoJalex - 1 point 20. New Brick Park by DarthNick - 1 point 21. Playground by Cerator - 1 point 22. Kids Playground by Cecilie - 1 point
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    MOC: Avenue Residences

    Amazing. The building block residence alternate to plate effect buildings it's effective. And I like very much the different depth, it avoid monotony. I'm looking forward to see the rest of the wasabi district.
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    Expand the Winter Village II - Voting Thread

    Number 4. 1 point Number 13. 1 point Number 14. 1 point Number 21. 1 point Number 24. 1 point
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    Hiding among the leaf

    This is my first time in CCC competition. A contingent of soldiers is patrolling the forest, but they don't know that trees have eyes and ears... Have a look and, if you want, tell me your comments.
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    Residential House

    Almost 3 months, but in the meantime I was building another house and projecting other mocs (every now and then I like to move the focusing on a different theme so I don't bother. )
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    Residential House

    It's difficult to say the exact number of pieces. So approximately, without the interior (there are 200 tile only in the ground floor), I think 1800-2000 pieces.
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    Residential House

    So many compliments make me very happy, thanks. Ok, I'll try to study a modification of the roof to make it in DkBG. I've taken the photo outside in a very sunny day so I think this had emphasize the brilliance of the medium green, but this is a brillant color and if you compared it with sand green... yes, it glows-in-the-dark.