Redhead1982

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  1. Redhead1982

    Copenhagen Kiosk, free instructions

    Fantastic replica. It's been a while since I last saw one in CPH, but I recognized it immediately.
  2. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Teddy Bear

    Ohhhh, such a sweet teddybear. The only issue I have is that it's not very cuddly with the studs and edges, so it's not suitable to snuggle with. On the serious side, it's really cute and well shaped. Have you considered also rounding the ends of hands? They look a bit too sharp at ends. Have you considered any other color combo?
  3. Well done. I like the patterned and rounded parachute. Considering all the curves, it's easy to recognize the flag design.
  4. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Belle époche Modular building

    Beautiful building. It reflects nicely some of the architectural elements. Personally, I'm not a fan of "stripped" buildings. I've seen them before, and with many I felt the strips sort of overtake the overall patterns and profile. It's the same here, the strips hide the details, and a closer look reveals many gems. The tiny pillars between windows, the curved window finishes, the ornamental bowls at the roof end, the shelves for the corner balconied. I admit in monochrome it would not look as presenrable. Nice work.
  5. Redhead1982

    MOC Ninjago City

    Thanks for the comments. I forgot to write the dimensions. In total there are 18 baseplates (32×32) in a 6 by 3 layout. As for the height I forgot to measure.
  6. Redhead1982

    MOC Ninjago City

    Actually, we used only a few stickers that fit in with the theme, but we used a lot of custom printed parts, like the tiles with arrows and different signs, but I guess they're not easy to spot on the pics.
  7. Redhead1982

    MOC Ninjago City

    Thanks for the comment. The island was a great example of collaboration between @MstrOfPppts and me. We each had our share in designing it to the final point. It's good to have a building buddy that can critically comment on WIP photos to help you improve. Thank you, Peppy! It was displayed at 5 different exhibitions and I we got a lot of positive comments from AFOLs and visitors. At Bricking Bavaria it was voted in the top 5 MOCs which was a nice compliment. And thanks for front-paging the MOC.
  8. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Beaker bust - from The Muppet Show

    Such a funny build. He was recognizable, although it's been a while since I saw the Muppets. I like the build, it might look simple, but the posing of the hands creates the right drama.
  9. In September @MstrOfPppts and I finished our MOC based on the 70620 Ninjago City and 70657 Ninjago Docks sets. I took the photos in December, when it was displayed for the last time, and it took me too long to edit and select the best photos. There are two sections of the city, connected by an old stone bridge at the lowest level. We wanted to create a part of the city similar, yet distinct from the official sets. The ground level was set as a more traditional Asian architecture, while the above level was leaning more towards the modern high rise. The idea was to visualize how the architecture changed at higher levels when buildings were added on, but still to keep some traditional elements. For this purpose we also designed some custom printed parts to create the right atmosphere. From my part, this was the most extensive model I built, and one that I enjoyed building very much. If you're interested to see more details from other angles or just these photos in high-res, they are available at my Flickr.
  10. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Fairy Tale House

    Lovely cottage and (in my opinion) even lovelier tree. It looks very nice with the Friends tiny flowers. I'm so glad those plant pieces to attach these tiny flowers now exist. The last photo from above nicely shows off the beautiful greenery.
  11. Nice alternate build. That can be quite challenging and you managed to build a different front, yet with recognizable(box) origin. I wouldn't put it in a town next to modular buildings, but would build a small sea side village around it.
  12. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Musical Modular

    I gave you my vote. Altghough the building might not be realistic, it is a a great concept to showcase music instruments and other elements. The story is easily recognized, and in a way it looks like a "one-man-band", but better. The interior is nicely built with homage to different music style. I like how you incorporated different music-associated figs, even the cowgirl (I wouldn't thought of it). The back graffiti is a nice detail as well. All in all, well done and built.
  13. I don't mind postponing to late August/September. I want to be at home since my boy has a first day of school on September first. Other than that, I have events planned for October, November and December, if the dates will hold. I'm not sure about September, if there will be Bricking Bavaria which I thought to attend. For sure with travel banned, going abroad might be a challenge in June.
  14. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Trespassing The Old Wizard House

    Amazing. I'm always impressed by these cottages with irregular structure, leaning walls and crooked roof. Thanks for sharing the roof detail, it's really good to see how it's done. I guess it's not so stable to move around?
  15. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Amsterdam in the seventies

    This is a lovely display. The architectural details are amazing. I know this type of Dutch houses is very typical for the northern Europe, and liking that kind of buildings in general, it's always nice to see it brick built. In addition to the realistic architecture, a large amount of funny details adds yet another perspective. Is peeing in public even alowed?