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  1. Bobsy

    MMV-style Bakery

    Oh and I've just realised I've never done a render of the building closed up. Oh well. Sort of considering whether it's worth putting this up on Ideas as an individual model or including a second building in the vein of the old MMV. I've begun work on a companion building, a guildhall with a half-timbered front and a stone rear, but it's proving a somewhat tricky build at the moment. Oh, the bakery, yes. It's designed in LDD but uses only production-colour bricks (aside from the minifigs, natch). I shamelessly copied the idea of the front shop window from the Diagon Alley set, and of course the building proportions are all from the original MMV concept.
  2. MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr Okay, need a better name. Oh well. So I actually began this design a long time ago, back when the wonderful DesignByMe service was still available. Back then it was a lot slimmer, only had one half (the shop front) and was open at the back, and sold glassware rather than bread. I was never 100% happy with the design, since I'd painted myself into a corner with difficult arrangements of plates for the two floors. So last week I went back to the project and expanded it to more reasonable proportions to fit with the Medieval Market Village scale of building. I widened the building, added the other half which included the massive oven, and re-did the upper floor to be more for living than work (previously it had been a doctor's room, complete with bonesaw and tanks of strange fluids). MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr Apologies that there's only two rendered images for this - the number of transparent pieces makes this an absolute beast to do in PovRay. I had to give up on a close-up of the oven, because the trans round 1x1 studs were taking way too long. It was too dark to see them anyway. MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr The jam jar is a relic of when the shop sold glassware. The shelves originally had wine glasses instead of croissants. That grey cooling tray is intended to display a pretzel, but I couldn't find the piece in LDD, sadly. If I make it for real I'll put one there. MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr MMV-style Bakery by bobsy26, on Flickr Herbs and olive oil hanging by the oven. This is a fancy bread shop for fancy bread-eaters.