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  1. BrickRally217

    [MOC] Antique Toy Store

    Hi everyone, This is my 16x32 modular MOC which I’m calling Antique Toy Store. The ground floor is the toy shop with a marble roller coaster displayed in the front window, and the upper floors are a two-story apartment with a working clothesline in the back. There is also a working “touw en blok,” or rope-and-pulley system for moving furniture, so there is a bit of a “moving rope” motif going on. Interiors: Since these are supposed to be antique/valubale toys, I got a bit meta and turned one of the display cases into a collection of the most valuable small Lego elements in my collection. Many are from 2011’s Queen Anne’s Revenge pirate ship, including the ultra-rare and expensive dark tan plume. I was going for a Christmas-y theme with the dark red and olive green for the toy shop, and I placed a pine tree in the back to solidify that theming more. The second level has a living area and kitchen. The third level has a bathroom with a removable wall for easy access, and a giant bed, which was the last thing I created for the build. I have no idea how the minifigs got it up there. The roof section is nothing too special, but it does feature a storage area for the furniture rope. Influences: These are the references which inspired the design I chose. The ground floor was influenced by this really vibrant building I saw on a street corner when I was in Amsterdam last year. The dark red color, irregular angle of the door, arches, and small statue were ideas garnered from this building. (first pic is mine) The upper levels were loosely based around these images but are mostly a product of my imagination. Lastly, here is the antique toy store with some other modulars. (Mmmm, color therapy) Thanks for checking out my build, I hope you liked it!
  2. CyrodiilWarrior

    16x32 MOCs

    Hello builders, I've started the long process of reorganizing my LEGO parts and I want to get back into constructing LEGO MOCs. I'm looking for inspiration. I'm interested in MOCs of a 16x32 foundation. Whilst I understand some may see this size as too small, I feel it's good for conserving precious space. I'm wanting to construct a street, with buildings opposite side. If anyone has any decent 16x32 foundation MOCs that they would like to share, please feel free. 😊 A quick search: scarovich - [MOC] Pizza Shop - 16x32 modular (will edit this post)