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  1. [MOC] Church on the Hill

    Hello! i would like to show you my new MOC, i hope you like it. :) More pictures on Flickr
  2. MOC - Godwins Hollow Overview

    Well, it had been over a year since we'd taken stock of Godwins Hollow as a whole. So, we went to town, took some pics, and thought we'd share. If you're interested there are more pics on our Flickr page. Hope you enjoy. 170901 Godwins Hollow Overview by Stewart & Sydney, on Flickr
  3. Hi! Sharing my latest MOC. Ruins of the St. Paul's Church & The Porta de Santiago. It is the oldest surviving European architectural remains in south east Asia. Hope you like it :) More MOCS in my flickr album. Thanks! https://flic.kr/s/aHsm1TVntw
  4. Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Bat-God
  5. Local Church MOC

    One of my larger MOCs, local church. More pictures with description can be found on imgur :)
  6. Small church with wood christmas crib in winter village.
  7. Winter Village: Old Church

    Hi, this is my entry for this year Expand The Winter Village Contest. Church is slightly slower than 32 x 32. Base plate is just about 40 x 32. This year I made an interior. :-) Details are available in this gallery.
  8. Winter Village: Village Church

    Hello All! Please check out my special creation for the holiday, the Village Church for the well known LEGO Winter Village series. The Church, which is an important part a village has never been released by LEGO, so I decided to design and build my own one. You will see the detailed exterior as well as the interior on the pictures below, and also how well this building fits in the Winter Village atmosphere! The Village Church: The view of the Village: Backside view: The interior: Above the detailed interior of the church. There you will see the benches and a place for the choir and the people. There is a bell in the tower and an altar inside as well. Some additional photos in high res: http://www.flickr.co...hty/8301666540/ Thanks for watching and happy holidays for you all!:) Based on some nice comments I update the first image :)
  9. Church of Zeus - Pontelli

    There is a church in Pontelli they call the Church of Zeus. Church service starts daily at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The priest, Elwood Jake, is especially proud of the lead-glass windows... .. that make this church so beautiful inside (on a sunny day). It is 7 a.m. now and the priest is getting ready for the ceremony. More and larger pictures as usual on flickr. C&C welcome.
  10. When the first settlers came to An Holli more than 50 years ago and founded Weelond, they built the initial structures mostly from wood. As the settlement became more established, they replaced structures that were considered vital to the settlement with more permanent buildings made from stone. Other than the fort, one of the first structures to be rebuilt using local stone was Weelond’s church. It is located on the village green, between the town market and the waterfront’s warehouse district. Fifty years after it was built, it is now known simply as “the old stone church.” Reverend Calvert DuBois invites us inside. Once inside, we can see the sanctuary, which feels larger than one might expect due to the high roof and large stained glass windows. At the rear of the church, Rev. DuBois has an office where he keeps his library and items needed for church services. The church is a center of Weelond’s cultural activity. Rev. DuBois has a full house in attendance today for his sermon. Let’s take a quick peek from his office as he delivers his sermon. * * * Build notes: - I actually started planning this build before the Cultural and Educational categories were added to the list of property types in the game, so that saved me the trouble of figuring out how to classify it. - The main roof comes off for easy access: - There is no back wall, but I built it so that I could add a removable wall at some point in the future: As always, all c&c welcome! P.S. See post #13 for details on the religion practiced here, the Church of Sol and Luna, also known as the Church of the Two Coins.
  11. Hey it's me, Pau Padrós, you may know me from my Ideas account: https://ideas.lego.c...padros/activity Anyway, I'd like you to be completely honest with what you think. Please don't hesitate to comment. La Sagrada Familia This is the recreation of the worldwide famous cathedral located in Barcelona. It is by far the most complex build I've ever done, and also the one which ended up looking the best. Unlike many other sets Lego does, this is a 360° display piece, which means that it can be viewed from all four sides and it still looks magnifiscent. The beautiful cathedral standing 57 cm (22"). This shows the cathedral on its Facade of Birth. Facts: 57 cm tall 9016 pieces 7699 tan pieces 856 tan tooth pieces 144 tan column pieces 120 tan "Lego Games" microfigures An extra shot: The Sagrada Familia as the centerpiece of a layout (along with some of my own modulars ) This is a never-seen-before creation, and I'm happy to show it to the wonderful people of Eurobricks, as the Ideas people rejected such creation. Well, they lose the chance, don't they?
  12. [MOC] Modular Church

    Hello everyone It's been a while since I've posted a MOC as I have been busy with . But I am proud to now show you the latest addition to my city, Brixton Valley. It's a modular style church! It consist of over 7000 bricks and is on four 32 x 32 baesplates, although the church itself is mostly on two of them.LEGO MOC Church by Tim, on Flickr It is quite large, although not as large as I anticipated when planning and building it. I was hoping it would be the largest building in town, but turns out the town hall is taller. I think it is still an impressive building for the city. It does feature stained glass all the way around, for the photos I put my ipod torch inside to show the stained glass off, right now I don't have any plans for permanent lighting inside. LEGO MOC Church by Tim, on Flickr It also features a graveyard/cemetery in which are several types of grave stones and 3 large trees. LEGO MOC Church by Tim, on Flickr So this is the basics of this MOC, should you be interested to see more photos please click here, or see below for the YouTube walkthrough tour: Please head on over to YouTube to check out my other videos and subscribe to my channel for updates. I also encourage you to comment here and on YouTube and please hit that thumbs up button if you like the MOC. I also have a website dedicated to Brixton Valley, please head along: www.brixtonvalleylego.com Until next time, happy building
  13. The Ruins of St.Paul's is the ruins of a 16th-century complex in Macau including of what was originally St.Paul's College and the Church of St.Paul, a 17th-century Portugese church. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's best know landmarks. In 2005, they were officially listed as part of the Historic Centre of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Macau is to the west of Hong Kong. It only takes you an hour to go there from Hong Kong by jets. For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruins_of_St._Paul%27s
  14. MOC: Church Interior

    This is just the interior of a church I built, complete with a priest to celebrate Mass. He is wearing white vestments since it's almost the Feast of Christ the King. I apologize for just having a link, I use Flickr on my iPad and recent updates have made copying the BBCode impossible from a mobile platform. I hope you enjoy looking, it was one of those builds that just falls into place. https://www.flickr.c...157661400359472 (Here's at least 1 picture)
  15. [MOC] In nomine patris

    Hey everybody, today I'm comin' up with my latest creation, which is equally my second moc of a church. My 1st one was built in 2013 and it was designed as a mini modular. This one is much bigger, but it's also executed in microscale: You may find some similarities to any real examples of archtecture, but there is no original one for it - it's a freestyle model. The model consists of round about 3.500 pieces and overall it took me around 9 months to get it complete. In this case I could'nt resist, doing a little photo editing, to get an old-styled look ... ... and when it's getting dark, I turn on the interior light : That's it for now. So, feel free to leave any comment and tell me, what you think about it! Thx & so long, Jens
  16. NIght of Owls 1 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr The Court of Owls is one of the first Arcs in the New 52 Batman by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo and by far on e of my favorite new "villains", This particular scene did not take place in any comic that I have seen, but enough was left open during the Night of the Owls to imagine many other altercations taking place! I am not a customizer, but really need to figure out how to at least make some decals so that I can do a little bit of it. The custom Red Hood is from Joker's Brick Store on Bricklink and looks fantastic. The Arsenal is completely purist, as are the Talons for the Court of Owls. Night of Owls 2 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr Night of Owls 4 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr Nightwing 1 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr NIghtwing and his Wingcycle....heavily inspired by Lego Jalex and his amazing Fenrir from FFVII Advent Children <a href="https://www.flickr.c.../datepos...</a> Red Hood 1 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr Robin 1 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr Court of Owls by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr Batgirl 1 by Jason Hatkowski, on Flickr
  17. Wedding

    (Piper Playing Highland Cathedral) Overall Vig. Bob
  18. Byzantium Church

    Hello from Russia! I'm happy to present you MOC about greek history (especially Greek War of Independence)! Greek revolutionist with banner. Thanks for watching!
  19. MOC: Christmas Church

    Hi everybody! I would like to show you my latest MOC, a Christmas Church. Untitled by Heksu, on Flickr Untitled by Heksu, on Flickr I´m proud of those snowy bushes! Untitled by Heksu, on Flickr Untitled by Heksu, on Flickr Untitled by Heksu, on Flickr I hope you all peaceful ja happy Christmas waiting! You can see more photos here: https://www.flickr.c.../128963861@N08/
  20. [MOC] Christmas Winter Village

    Hi everyone. My daughter and I have been working on a Christmas Winter Village MOC. Its based around the Santa's Workshop and the other Winter Village sets. We've also built a large Christmas Tree, a custom Lego Church and a number of smaller features. I hope you like the MOC. If you want to watch the previous 5 updates showing it being built from basic structure, to the working tree lights, to where it is today, click on our Youtube channel link. I'd love to hear from you. Feel free to leave any comments. Thanks, Mike
  21. MOC - Winter Church

    Here is my wifes creation for our Xmas display, hope you enjoy it. 1 by Technic70s, on Flickr 3 by Technic70s, on Flickr 7 by Technic70s, on Flickr 11 by Technic70s, on Flickr More photos https://www.flickr.com/photos/technic70s/
  22. Together with my mother Anne Mette I have build the Adventist Church in Roskilde, Denmark. The church was built in 1963. The LEGO version was built to celebrate the 50 years anniversary in 2013. Photos of the real church: More photos of our MOC can be seen here: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=532249
  23. Hidden Garden's Church

    Here we are with another freebuild: Hidden Garden's Church. I wanted to build for one time something religious and so I come up with this: a church with adjacent a small cemetery with tombstones and crosses. Ah, and I know I used yellow and flash minifig but I didn't want to change all of them to one color and I like it anyway. This is part of the Avalonian Task 4 - Historican Settlements in the category Religious: Chapel, Monastery, Temple, Shrine, in particularly as a Chapel. C&C are always welcome and I hope you Enjoy it! Hidden Garden haven't a real church as a detailed religion; every citizen had the greatest freedom, as long as he or she didn't go to bother too much the rest of the inhabitants or threatened the safety of the population and of the entire state. The church of Hidden Garden is therefore more of a gathering place than a whorship place, even if there are still some liturgical functions. It is located in an separated area from the main village and it is slightly higher than Hidden Garden, so from the adjacent cemetery is possible to observe the whole village that is nevertheless becoming more a small town than a village. In this sunny day, Alexander Vandangant accompanies Lyanna to meet Amos Graverascal that will held a function; Alexander isn't very religious but he didn't miss the opportunity of being able to accompany Lyanna and have a chat with Amos, always interesting. They are not the only, others people of Erila have come to attend the function and speak with Amos....
  24. Godwins Hollow - Moving In

    We recently had to move - we live in Kuwait and since we're not locals we can't own property so when the landlord says go you go. Anyways, it has afforded us the opportunity to setup a new layout in Godwins Hollow. We've got everything planned out and most of the existing buildings are where they should be but there is still lots of room for new! You can see more here and here.
  25. The good people of Godwins Hollow had to have a house of worship so St. Thomas Church came to be. Some folks don't take to the non-purist stained glass windows but when lit from the inside we think they're pretty neat. Hope you enjoy. You can see more here and here.