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Petraean Alley Some say black oil is the most precious resource in Kaliphlin, but if you look at where people live, you’ll see it is water. Tall buildings line the the narrow streets and alleyways of Petraea. Crowded cities arise around the scarce sources of water in this desert land.
My entry for Category C of Challenge II. As soon as I saw the back alleyways category for this challenge, I knew what I wanted to build. However, actually making it proved to be quite a challenge. I’m fairly happy with the overall result though. You can expect to see a build log on it in the coming weeks, where I’ll go into more detail on various aspects of the build. After the civil war, the back alleyways of Kaliphlin have fallen into a state of disrepair, and can be a dangerous place to lurk. These circumstances have also made it a place where under the table business transactions take place. Are these two figure shrouded in black cloaks just exchanging money for goods, or is something more sinister at stake? More pictures on Brickbuilt. Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
My latest modular is a music store from a city in the American midwest. (Sorry for the poor photos - I took them with my cell phone. My camera battery is dead.) At four stories this is the tallest moc I've done to date. The first floor is an instrumental music shop. Here it is next to Palace Cinema. The alley looks better when it's next to another building: Thanks for looking! More photos (including better images of the fire escape and cornice) can be seen on flickr.
I've been bowling a lot recently.. And for some reason decided to throw some lanes together in LEGO. While I haven't touched actual bricks in quite a long time, mainly because I don't have the collection to make nice things. I went to LeoCAD. I originally had 12 lanes up in LeoCAD.. But importing that into Cinema4D proved to be tough.. So I settled for 3 lanes, and even that was almost too much for C4D to handle.. I noticed that, unlike real life, the tiles edges didn't quite show up as nicely either. (or at all for that matter..) So I had to go through some settings to find something that looked... somewhat.. okay.. I didn't really want to go around to each tile to add a small bevel to each edge to make it look a bit more realistic.. But.. This is what I came up with.. The lanes are too wide. The ball returns are in the wrong places. And I'm pretty sure the bowling balls are not to scale.. The lighting is a bit iffy and the walls are plain.. But. with the hours i spent working on it. I figured I'd show it off anyway.. So, I hope you like it. I would also like to take this time to say HELLO! After a very long time of not posting or uploading MOCs on Eurobricks. It must be around a year or 2 since I have posted here. This post isn't marking my return, or saying I'll have more things to upload.. But I do miss this place and the people here. If you'd like a bigger picture, you can check it out on my DeviantArt Page. http://howlingmmurdo...10%3A1372594435