Perterz

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About Perterz

  • Birthday 09/01/1986

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    Modular Buildings; for MOCing Fantasy Castle and PostApoc</p>
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    Old Fisherstore

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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/46736604@N07/

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    Willebroek, Antwerpen, Belgium
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  1. Perterz

    [MOC] Modular City Block

    Thank you very much!
  2. Perterz

    [MOC] Modular City Block

    True that, not making an interior give a lot of room to go wild on the facade! One doesn’t see the interior anyway.. Thank you very much!
  3. Perterz

    [MOC] Modular City Block

    Thank you very much! I’ll deffinatly build more Modular buildings in the near future, they’re fun to do! The sewage pipes were a detail came to mind while building the base, thought it would be fun 👍 The MOC is 100% imagination, not based on an existing street.. You’re welcome! Thank you!
  4. Perterz

    [MOC] Modular City Block

    Thank you very much! Thank you very much! I’ve just created a tutorial on how to make the shed: I’m planning to create a similar tutorial for the doors and windows soon! There’s no room for interior at all in the Dark Bley/Olive Green building due to construction of the windows and door! The other buildings are relatively doable but not ideal for interiors. Those turntable tops are connected to a 1x12 plate which is connected to the backsides of a couple 1x1 headlight bricks. Thank you very much!
  5. Perterz

    [MOC] Modular City Block

    As announced I present you something different from the usual Fantasy Castle themed MOCs I’ve build past 2years. It’s my very first try building sort of Modular Houses and my biggest MOC to date. Around 6000 pieces went into this. The MOC consists of 4 major modules, the houses itself don’t have an interior. it isn’t even possible in the first house (Dark Bley/Olive Green) due to space taken for constructing the windows and door. I’m planning to create a fully Modular building with interior later on this year tho. More on Flickr
  6. Perterz

    MOC Medieval Windmill

    Thank you very much!
  7. Perterz

    MOC Medieval Windmill

    I’m a purist myself but sometimes it’s needed to cut a hose.. I also cut hoses if I need a 1L or 2L bar which LEGO doesn’t provide; it still is a LEGO hose tho 🤪 Thanks for your opinion! 👍
  8. Perterz

    MOC Medieval Windmill

    Thank you very much! Sure do, I did the same some time ago. I find them very usefull, strong nu flexible & if needed you can cut them at specific lengths! It’s very important to start on a strong stable base to add multiple layers easely. It became very tricky closer to the top of the cone, I had to switch to wedgeplates to finish it.. When I decide to stop a WIP, I break it down to get the parts back. Tho I keep everything I build in my head to use in other projects. As an example, the Windows, the porch with stairs, the raised groundlevel you can see in this build all were ideas from previous wips.. The only WIP I released was this tavern.. Thank you very much, glad my MOCs inspire people! It’s always fun to discover new things the more you look at something! Thanks again for all your comments and kind words!
  9. Perterz

    MOC Medieval Windmill

    Yes those are black capes! Had them laying around unused and they were a perfect fit for this, Thank you! At first I was affraid they wouldn’t hold position but apparently the fabric is strong enough + the small overlap makes them even stronger.. The holes for the minifig head perfectly align with the clips of a 1x2 modified plate with clips aswell. I settled pretty fast with this setup. Thank you! Thank you very much, glad you like it! The trick with the roof is actually pretty simple, it’s just tiles clipped on hoses 👍😉 Thank you very much for your kind words! Thank you very much! Glad you like the colors as much as I do. I really like working with color, especially with the darker shades LEGO has, they feel more natural. Again Thanks all for your input, really appreciated!
  10. Perterz

    MOC Medieval Windmill

    It’s been a while since I’ve completed a MOC. I’ve been building on several MOCs but not 1 made it to the finish line, except for this one! I’ve always wanted to build a Mill before and this concept was incorporated in a previous WIP but now is completed as a stand-alone MOC. As always, Thanks for looking and your thoughts! https://www.flickr.com/photos/46736604@N07/
  11. Perterz

    [Moc] Guarded Inn

    Lovely little MOC, great Classic & modern mix in building style!
  12. Perterz

    [MOC] Roman infantry

    Awesome figs! Love the colors! Also great little base for them to walk on!
  13. Perterz

    [Moc] ''Hide to the Forest''

    I really like the Classic/nostalgic feel the MOC brings up in me. I prefer the forest bit, I just love foilage haha. Great detail overall, well done!
  14. Perterz

    [MOC] Cozy Cottage

    Thank you very much, once in a while one has to experiment a bit 😉 Thanks! Thank you very much, glad you like it!
  15. Perterz

    [MOC] Cozy Cottage

    Thank you very much! Thank you, the colors used for the ground were experimental. Not everyone likes it, that’s logical. IMO it fits the built perfectly, otherwise the pink flowers would not pop out like they do now 😉 Thanks for your opinion, I appreciate that! 👍