t-brick

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  1. t-brick

    Licensed Lego Ideas - Support & Discussion

    Although LEGO does not produce my IDEAS project Eda's Owl House, I wanted to give fans the chance to build it. So after some minor revisions and improvements to the model, I have created building instructions that you can download for free from my website (http://www.thilo-schoen.de/lego.html). A part list is included as well which can be copied directly into a Bricklink wanted list to buy the parts.
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    [MOC] Holckenhus

    A very nice model that is close to the original but also looks great on its own!
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    [MOC] Honey House in Provence

    Great model with so many nice details inside and outside the house!
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    Mercedes-Benz W 115 (/8) in 7w

    Very nice model, immediately recognisable!
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    Scale Model - Neuschwanstein Castle

    Great model! I designed a model of the castle myself about half the size. This one is another level, looks great and seems very accurate!
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    Licensed Lego Ideas - Support & Discussion

    Thank you! Your project gained a lot of support and came so close to the goal! At least it shows there is a lot of interest for an Owl House model. Let's see how it goes with this one. :)
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    Licensed Lego Ideas - Support & Discussion

    Hi everyone, I'd like to present my IDEAS entry Eda's Owl House featuring the Owl House from the animated Disney fantasy show of the same name. The model shows the intriguing architecture of the magical house with the curved roof and the big stained-glass window looking like a demon eye. This idea is for all the fans but also for everyone who likes a cool witch house model! Here's the IDEAS link: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/4675eb19-4c5e-43c3-b5a7-ee48db822f07
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    La Casa Azul - Frida Kahlo

    This is a great model that really catches the atmosphere, well done!
  9. Probably you need to add a number to the end of the constrain local height line. Or just delete it. Use a text editor if you can't open the file in LPub. Hope that helps!
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    [MOC] Modular Baker Street of London

    Very nicely done with great interior and exterior details!
  11. Hi everyone! I designed an extension for my model in the BrickLink AFOL Designer Program. The Science Tower City Site extension gives the tower a nice square plot to sit on and the possibility to integrate it into a LEGO city. It has a small garden and the pavement is plastered with a reference to the Pythagorean theorem. The tower model can be put on it and taken away easily without modifications. Instructions and parts list for the extension can be downloaded here for free: https://www.thilo-schoen.de/sciencetower.html The Science Tower itself is available as a complete set until July 1 here: https://www.bricklink.com/v3/crowdfunding/designer-sets-for-adult-fans-of-lego/59446/Science-Tower (It includes a nice box with included background image, all necessary parts plus an exclusive part and printed instructions.) Hope you like the extension and maybe it helps you to find a place for the tower.
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    MOC: T4a Lambda-Class Imperial Shuttle

    Great model of a cool ship and also a very professional presentation! Furthermore I agree that we need a 1x1 grille tile.
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    [MOC] Bilbao Skyline

    Great skyline model! I made a bigger version of the Guggenheim Museum some time ago but this small model is really cute. Wish there were more metallic parts available. :)
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    10265 - Ford Mustang Creator Expert: MODS

    I made a small modification to get a smooth flat hood. The problem is that more printed white tiles with blue stripes seem to be needed. It's possible to get around that by stacking plates and a tile, rotate them through 90 degrees and attach them with a bracket 1x2. The width of the stripe matches exactly the height of a plate. I had to replace the black 2x2 round tile and dish in the engine with a 1x1 round tile to make room, though. So if you are into detailed engines this one probably isn't for you.