ProfessorChaos

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  • Birthday 07/12/1977

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  1. ProfessorChaos

    Street Modulars

    Looks great! Better with the door now. The lamp is really cool. The only suggestion i would make would be to have the walls completely in dark red instead of brown. Looking forward to the next houses!
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    Tigelfáh Abbey

    Absolutely amazing! I wouldn´t have thought it possible to do a window like this lion crest. I also like the burial scene, it´s a very nice detail. Very impressive how it is fitted into the landscape at an angle. The roof is made of 2x2 tiles on plates?
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    Members on the map

    Vienna, Austria thanks for adding!
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    daystar's mini modular MOCs

    Very inspiring, love the creator houses and the lighthouse. Seoul trainstation is also looking very good. Keep up the great work!
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    MOC: Neo-Classical Museum

    The Ancient Egyptian section is wonderful! Great how you made the vitrines for the gold rings and the lamp.
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    MOC - 60s bungalow with pool

    Thanks for your all comments, i am glad you like it! There are indeed some similarites with the Farnsworth House, actually it stood on my table as i was building this MOC. I also used some parts from it. I started building this MOC as i found this picture in an architecture book. It was black and white so i assumed the bricks are red, which i now found out is not true^^ Rosen House, 1961-63 by Craig Ellwood Yes , i think i will buld a bigger version of something similar to this bungalow. Don´t know when yet, as at the moment I am working on two renaissance houses. yes there is a little bit of interior, but ther was no place for a table, so it´s only suitable as a weekend home i think..
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    MOC - 60s bungalow with pool

    Hello, just finished this small MOC of a 60s style bungalow with garden and pool. It is built of bricks within a steel frame painted in white. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/professor_chaos/sets/72157635754315904/
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    [MOC] Romanesque Church

    Thanks a lot for all your comments! I am glad that you also find that the style is well captured. As mentioned above i also think it would not gain from adding minifigs, as it is about the architecture. There is no bell ( and also no cross) till now. Maybe i will add transept arms, and a crossing tower, there i would place a bell then and a cross on top. As it took me 6 months to complete i want to build a couple of smaller MOCs before continuing this one. ( also have to get more dark orange and medium dark flesh bricks)
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    [MOC] Romanesque Church

    It is not based on a specific building, but i let myself be inspired by differnet buildings. For the color scheme and the windows i looked at this, Speyer in Germany: I also liked the interior design of San Zeno Maggiore in Verona: And for the westwork (frontside) Ste - Trinité In Caen (Normandy) : I put some plates on top, and then the tiles:
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    [MOC] Romanesque Church

    Hi all! Just finished my latest MOC, a Romanesque Church. Hope you like it.. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/professor_chaos/9761772853/in/set-72157635540744112
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    [MOC] Royal Town Palace

    Here some final pictures, this time with sunlight:
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    [MOC] Royal Town Palace

    Indeed, one of my favourite parts of the whole building process was experimenting with these chesse slope windows. It was then done with a three deep wall where i slided the windows inside and fixed them on the bottom with double cheese slopes^^ There is one great advantage when the front doors are angled at 90 degrees to the pathway: you can´t get enough momentum to smash them with for example.. war elephants (or a battering ram in this case). Jodhpur Fort in India is a good example, its also built this way there. Yes, i think you are right about the colors of the roofs. It was just a matter of to many roofs and not enough parts to do them in a more uniform manner.
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    [MOC] At the end of all things

    The claws are also very nicely done! Looks really great as the eagle is landing.
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    [MOC] Royal Town Palace

    Thank you very much, i am glad you like it The dragon´s head is from this Castle set: http://lego.wikia.co...7037_Tower_Raid Got it out of a bag of used parts i bought at the mauerpark flea market in berlin^^ As to the floor tiling, its actally quite simple: if you add one tile on top of a 1x2 brick and a 1x2 plate on the bottom you get a sqare with 10 LDU side length. Every second one of thise is then angled at 90 degrees when laying the floor. On the way to the throne i just used long white tiles. Under the tiling i just laid a white wall, and left some space for the interior to be added later on. ( and hide the reverse of the inverted slopes on the wall in the process) PS: i really like the grey pillars, allredy stocked up on them for my next project
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    [MOC] Royal Town Palace

    At last my royal town palace is finished! I hope you like it A royal wedding takes place in the great hall, with nobles and townsfolk attending. More wine is arriving as a wine merchant is just approaching the city gates, guarded by the the city guard. Peasants go about their work, and a jester is entertaining a small crowd at the fountain. You can find more pictures here: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=523475 https://secure.flick...57632860070089/