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when I look at LEGO City buildings like this one or these buildings I always think: Why can't these buildings form a true city? How can you put them together? Why is there no possibility to close the buildings up? I put some thought into this...and my answer is: the small modular building standard: the standard elements are: small modular half building small modular sidewalk small modular half building with sidewalk small modular garden element they can be combined easily: two small modular half buildings with sidewalk form a 16 wide modular building one small modular sidewalk and one small modular half building form a small modular half building with sidewalk one small modular sidewalk, two small modular half buildings and a small modular garden element form a 16 wide modular building modular half buildings with or without sidewalk can be put together in a row here a some examples for small modular sidewalk elements They could be parts of sets like this , this or other "car(s) and a bit of scenery" sets here a some examples for small modular half buildings derived from official sets by buying two sets you could get beautiful closed up houses for your city here is a small modular half building with sidewalk (60008: Museum Break-in) and also a MOC you could combine different small modular half buildings they look beautiful with modular buildings or as a row what do you guys think about this idea? Would this be a possibility for future city sets? Why not? regards marv
I made tutorial video on how to make a MILS module. MILS is a standard that helps you to coordinate your building with other Lego builders. I also find it to be very helpful when building a sturdy foundation for your creations. I will be publishing a series of these videos so stay tuned for more instructions. The Video The MILS standard is published by the Hispabrick magazine so you can visit their website for details http://www.hispabrickmagazine.com/en/content/hbm013-modular-integrated-landscaping-system-i
Friends, In time for the Holiday season layout (mine is more Florida themed so no snow, sorry!) I have here a brand new Modular Building MOC. It has three stories and two subsections, with retail on the ground floor and residential on the upper floors. Here's the video and photos!