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Hi, two things came together to inspire me to a new houses MOC: 1) a trip to Amsterdam with its incredible canals (Grachten) and gorgeous medieval house fronts 2) LEGO set 31026 - the new 3 in 1 creator houses set. Indeed, if you look closely you will notice that many elements of this set have been used one to one - just with a few new arrangements. In fact I love the set so much I have bought it a second time now. And please HELP: this is work in progress; I'm struggling with how to build the canal and it would be absolutely fantastic if some of you could help me with a few inspirations of how to best build/show the canal water. Here is what's there so far - playable already... 1 The complete front. 2 Left side 2a Left side - back side 3 Right side front 3a Right side - back side 4 Another perspective Enjoy - and don't forget to help me with the water so the WIP can go away in time. Yours brickily Loves Houses
My parents own a summer house, close to the small town Katrineholm, Sweden. The house was, when they bought it 8 years ago, in very bad condition due to that it stood empty for several decads. However, today it is in better condition. Anyway - I just had to build this house in LEGO! To make the model fit in one of IKEA's vitrine products I tried to create it in a as small scale as possible (but still in a size which makes it possible to recreate the windows in a good way). I think what I'm most happy about with this creation is the choice to use studs on the roof - I think that creates a great contrast towards the smooth walls. You are able to find a reference picture of the real building at the end of this post. When the regular slope-parts (http://www.bricklink...asp?P=3040]3040[/url]) are attached to each other you don't achieve the 45 angle I was looking for. So instead I used a combination of http://www.bricklink...asp?P=3040]3040[/url] and http://www.bricklink...p?P=92946]92946[/url] Could this building be built in an even smaller scale? Sure... Comparison - which one do you like the most? (The big one consists of appr. 1400 parts, the small one 300). This is what the real house looks like: Hope you enjoy it!