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  1. Hersbrucker

    [MOC] Diagon Alley XL - Finished

    Hi everybody, after one year building and ordering parts... now my Diagon Alley is finished and allready shown for puplics Its displayed now until the end of 2021 here: Frankensteins Museum On Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. (German time) we will make a live stream on the museum's YouTube channel. We will speak in german, but if you ask something I can answer you in english YouTube channel from Frankensteins Museum All details I posted on Instagram a while ago, you can find it there in my History, or I will show it on Saturday for you. www.instragram.com/hersbrucker IMG_20210213_221204_115 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr inCollage_20201201_054857766 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr
  2. “Might as well get yer uniform,” said Hagrid, nodding towards Madam Malkin’s Robes for All Occasions.” This MOC is of Madam Malkin’s Robes for all Occasions from the wizarding world of Harry Potter! Located in Diagon Alley, London, the robe shop kits out young witches and wizards with their Hogwarts school robes! Madam Malkin's 1 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr The model is based off the recreation of Madam Malkin's Robes for all Occasions in Universal Studios Florida, with inspiration drawn from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone book. The purple bay window and large silver scissors above the doors give the shop its recognisable appearance in the alley. Light blueish grey masonry bricks have been used to create a “worn” texture, blended with lavender log bricks. Madam Malkin's 2 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr Inside the shop, the ground floor offers a workspace for Madam Malkin, complete with sewing machine, stool and scissors to tailor each set of Hogwarts robes. A mannequin, donned in a pointed black witch’s hat, stands pride of place in the window display. Madam Malkin's 4 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr On the upper level, there are a variety of different hats of offer; from a bright purple turban, to a graduation cap, to black bowler hat reminiscent of the Minister for Magic himself. There are stylish glass panel displays housing fine jewellery, and eager eyes will spot Hermione’s Yule Ball dress in the top window. Madam Malkin's 3 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr Madam Malkin's 5 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr This build was inspired by the scale of the 2011 Diagon Alley set. Keep your eyes peeled for a magical update of this build in line with the 2020 Diagon Alley D2C set… If you’d like to keep up to date with our other MOCs and creations, please follow us on Instagram – instagram.com/scarlet_patronus_ . If you’re interested in trying the build yourself, instructions and custom stickers are now available via the following: https://ebay.co.uk/usr/scarletpatronus https://rebrickable.com/users/ScarletPatronus/mocs/ Thanks for taking the time to read this post!
  3. “Harry didn’t have to do his homework by flashlight anymore; now he could sit in the bright sunshine outside Florean Fortescue’s ice cream parlour, finishing his essays with the occasional help from Florean Fortescue himself.” This MOC is of Florean Fortescue’s ice cream parlour from the wizarding world of Harry Potter! Located in Diagon Alley, London, the parlour keeps witches and wizards satisfied with the coolest, most colourful ice creams and sundaes! Florean Fortescue's by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr The model is based off the recreation of Florean Fortescue’s ice cream parlour in Universal Studios Florida, with inspiration drawn from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban book. The large ice cream cone attached to the upper floor gives the parlour its recognisable appearance, whilst a stickered bright light yellow 1x10 brick details the shop name. Light blueish grey masonry bricks have been used to create a “worn” texture, blended with bright light yellow bricks to give the parlour a sense of shabbiness. Florean Fortescue's 2 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr Florean Fortescue's 4 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr Inside the parlour, the iconic white and black checkboard flooring has been recreated using alternating 2x2 black and white tiles. The ground floor has an area for Mr Fortescue to serve his customers, complete with freezers, stacks of ice cream cones and soft-scoop ice cream machine. Florean Fortescue's 3 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr On the upper level, there are small diner-style seating areas for customers to enjoy a sundae whilst looking out onto the cobbled shopping street below. On summer days, an ice cream cart, complete with umbrella, can be used to serve witches and wizards, with a small table and chairs outside. Florean Fortescue's 5 by Scarlet Patronus, on Flickr The journey of getting from “render to real life” began with a build on Bricklink Studio. From there, pieces were picked from our existing collection of LEGO. Any others were sourced on LEGO’s Bricks & Pieces service and Bricklink, or substituted for alternatives we already owned. The model was finally assembled when all pieces had been gathered. Photos of the "real-life" build will be posted soon. Any thoughts or feedback would be welcomed! If you’d like to keep up to date with our other MOCs and creations, please follow us on Instagram – instagram.com/scarlet_patronus_ . If you’re interested in trying the build yourself, instructions are now available via the following: https://ebay.co.uk/usr/scarletpatronus https://store.bricklink.com/ScarletPatronus?p=ScarletPatronus#/shop https://rebrickable.com/users/ScarletPatronus/mocs/ The sticker used in the model is also available for purchase from our Bricklink store (with shipping fees). Thanks for taking the time to read this post!