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  1. Palixa And The Bricks

    [MOC] Superman Daily Planet Building

    Hi everyone, a while ago I challenged myself to build something with the cylinder hemisphere parts used for the Star Wars planets. My 4th build in this challenge is the Daily Planet building from Superman. There are a lot different references for this building. It almost seems that each series/film/comic uses its own. So I chose the one that's based on the Los Angeles City Hall (which was used in the 1950s television series Adventures of Superman, see wiki). When looking for reference pictures I also found this funny toy (Schylling Superman Classic Carousel. The site seems to be broken right now, so maybe just use image search instead). Now, this is the result of combining those two references: This is my very first build with power functions. (follow link to see the video) The other builds of this challenge can be found here. I hope, you like it. I originally posted this in the Special Themes forum, but I guess it fits in better here.