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  1. cubo

    [MOC] IKEA microscale

    Hi there, Some of you might remember my IKEA furniture store in minifig-scale - I did store it too hot, so it has been shrinking More pictures can be found in this Flickr album. Greetings, cubo
  2. Redhead1982

    MOC Modern Villa

    It's been a while since I built and posted a modular building, and this post will be another exception. Still not a modular building, but at least it's a house. I've been busy with life, and a little bit fed up with the same design (or very similar) with my modular buildings, so I had a break and ventured to build other themes. Nevertheless, my luck changed and my building block was overcome when I got this old raised baseplate from Poolside Paradise. I never had Paradisa sets as a child, but I liked the plate anyway and wanted to put it to good use. Since the building space is very limited, this is what I came up with. My idea was to hide the odd light green baseplate color, but leave the stone pattern of the driveway. This is why I covered the pool area with tiles representing wooden patio, and the surrounding of the raised baseplate with LBG ingots representing stones. In addition to this raised baseplate, I got several other old bricks and pieces over the last few months, and the idea was to incorporate as much as possible of them. I used the old palm tree trunks and a few pink plates around the house. Other than that I wanted a clean design with a chance to see the interior details when exhibited. In light of a tribute to Paradisa theme, I used pink and purple shades as an accent throughout the building. The ground floor is a kitchen and dining area with seating for two since it's a very small floor plan. The chrome silver cup is another old part, from the Belville series. The kitchen working space is small, there are a stove and oven, a sink, some cabinets, and a fridge. I added a green plant to live up the room a bit. The best part of this floor is, in my opinion at least, the view of the flowers, palm trees, and the pool. The parts for the palm tree trunk are not as sturdy as I expected, that's the reason the palm trees are so flexed. Nevertheless, they provide excellent shade for lounging by the pool. On the second floor, there's a bedroom with a side table and some bookshelves. Since I love to read, I want to add a touch of that to all my buildings. Color-sorted books is another thing I do at home, too. The bed has a large headboard design, with a print from the Friends Heartlake Grand Hotel. The chair and some books on this floor are from the recently acquired collection of old parts in pink. On the top floor, there's a reading nook with a comfortable chair and more bookshelves. The sliding doors open to the small terrace, where the owner keeps one of her larger plants and used the terrace as her favorite place to do some yoga or pilates early in the morning. All in all, I'm happy with the finished villa, and the hints to three different LEGO themes designed primarily for girls. While I'm not a huge fan of these themes as such, I'm excited with many of the parts these themes introduced. There are a few more pictures of the villa from different angles on my Flickr account if you wish to see more.
  3. I am planning to build some furniture for my modular building. This Office desk in the minifigure scale is the first one. It has a desk lamp, monitor with a rack, laptop with a docking station, keyboard, mouse and cozy chair. My other MOC models: [MOC] Office Desk [MOC] Ferrari F355 [MOC] Toyota AE86 Coupe (2018 version) in Initial D Animation [MOC] Police Motorcycle #2 [MOC] Sport Bike Stop Motion Speed Build [MOC] New York City Police (NYPD) Car [MOC] Lego Mini Cooper [MOC] Japan Tokyo Taxi vol.1 東京無線タクシー [MOC] Ice Cream Truck [MOC] LEGO California Highway Patrol [MOC] LEGO Police Car [MOC] Police Motorcycle [MOC] New York City Taxi / Cab [MOC] LEGO NYC News Stand [MOC] New York City Transit Bus [MOC] Newspaper Rack [MOC] Coke/Beverage Cooler Initial D AE86 Racer AC Transit Bus AC Transit Bus Short Version Ice Cream Van
  4. Based on "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis. Enter the brick-built world of Narnia! If you like it, please support this project at Lego Ideas: link WATCH THE MOVIE: More pictures on my flickr Let the imagination (and Aslan) win!
  5. cubo

    [MOC] IKEA Furniture Store

    Hi everybody, As LEGO and IKEA recently announced a collaboration, I thought this is a good time to present my IKEA furniture store MOC: Maybe some people already now it from 1000steine.de (it was elected as MOC of the month in June 2013, so actually it is some years old now). Since then I just completed the parking lot as shown on the picture above. Most of the roof is open, so the you can follow the customers on their way through the store: At the entrance it will be clear what my small Puch 500 was built for: Starting with the classic Klippan couch continuing with the legendary Billy shelf passing the Malm and Pax bedroom series on to the kids room. And after (or in between) furniture shopping, a stop at the restaurant cannot be avoided You can find more pictures in this Flickr album, including some of the areas you might be missing like kitchen, smaland (kids play area) or plants ) Best regards, cubo
  6. This is Billy. Billy has had enough of browsing the internet or watching television and is thinking about alternatives to go with his coffee. To let his mind and senses get some rest Billy decided to read a book. Some time goes by when suddenly Billy gets interrupted, and he scares. Technology is coming for him and there is no escape. Billy tries his best to escape Technology. But in the end Billy had to give up, technology had won. There is no escape. Thanks for reading Billy's story. More pictures of the furniture on my flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/118506643@N02/
  7. Ymarilego

    MOC Granny's Bed & Breakfast

    Do you need a place to stay for your vacation at the beach? Try Granny's Bed & Breakfast.This charming old lady has opened her home to travelers that visit the coastal village. You are welcome to look around the house at: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/b3f92571-14e3-4cf1-8136-c219babe7452 P B&B voorpagina by Yvonne Strijbos, on Flickr
  8. LittleJohn

    Grand Merchant Tajir

    My third entry into CCC XIV, for the Traveling Salesman category. Credit for the star mosaic over the throne goes to Disco86. One of the main things I wanted to include in this build was the awning over the king’s seat, as it is historically accurate, and something I haven’t seen done much in LEGO. The balcony area and floor were perhaps the funnest parts to build however. The grand merchant Tajir specializes in fine silks, spices, jewels, and robes. Tajir has brought a selection of his wares to King Dhahab. What sumptuous items will the King and Queen select? More pictures on Brickbuilt Thanks for looking, all C&C welcome
  9. LucByard

    [MOC] Generic office chair.

    Health and Safety compliant. Alternative upholsteries available. Please contact our friendly sales team to discuss your office requirements. Disgruntled employee who would rather be somewhere else not included : )
  10. JanetVanD

    MOC: Random Rooms

    I call this series of models my "Random Rooms" because they are a random depiction of interiors; they don't attach to anything, nor are they part of a larger model. Originally built as a commissioned work for a film set, each room needed to be large enough for the actor to reach in and handle the accessories and also allow for cameras & lights. Much of the decor has been "brick-built", as standard Lego doors, chairs, etc. were too small for the scale required. (An interesting challenge!) The four rooms together were completed in March 2016 and took a total of 16 hours to build. For a more in-depth look and to view some of my other works, please visit Janet VanD's Gallery and click on the folder icons on the left-hand-side. Thanks!
  11. LegoJalex

    [MOC] Livingroom

    A livingroom, probably from the late 70s.
  12. Captain Braunsfeld

    [MOC] Captain Cookie's New Wardrobe

    Let me introduce Captain Cookie: He has been visiting a local pirate supply store and has found a great new wardrobe: Other pirates are shopping too: (This is not quite "Pillage the Village" but I hope you like it nevertheless). (I just had to produce some decent furniture. My buildings have a tendency to be empty on the inside...) C&C welcome!
  13. cesbrick

    MOC - Apartment life

    Hey guys! I’ve lived almost of my adulthood in an isolated house, with neighbors’ houses at least 5 meters apart from mine. So, noise, loud music or the nice lady dog ruin my day by putting his dirty paws on my pants in tight corridors was never an issue. But life is life and a few years ago I moved to a nice apartment. It has his pros, but is has a LOT of cons either! So, reviving my very first MOC (my own living room) I decided to build this MOC on minifig scale. It’s dedicated to all the people who lives in apartments and now what I’m talking about :) The goal was to represent several different rooms. Inspiration came from a pic I saw on the internet a few months ago. Unfortunately I didn’t save the photo and can’t find it anymore, but I kept the idea and thought it would make a good MOC. It has a living room, a kitchen, a TV room, a laundry room, a home gym, an office and a bedroom. I didn’t put any minifigs because I wanted this MOC to focus only on the rooms itself. Again, if you would be so kind to tell me which room is your favorite, I would appreciate! :) Enjoy Apartment life Apartment life TV room Living room Home office Home Gym b Kitchen Bedroom Laundry
  14. Trainmaster247

    Lego Kids Bedroom

    Here we have a kids bedroom complete with toys, a bedside table, toy chest, and of course a bed. The room is fairly small and only built with two walls like most of my builds to allow for unobstructed view in photography and "showing off." The toy chest is a chest with side things which make it look like a bench/chest. An overview A top view Another front view Another Side View
  15. [MOC] Walking Chair by Bert.VR, on Flickr Introducing the walking chair, the most comfortable and prestigious way of getting from place A to place B! Have you always wanted to go outside, fill your lungs with fresh air and discover the world, but couldn't get yourself out of you oh so comfortable chair? The only solution: your chair needs legs. That simple idea will start a revolution, because it lead to our latest product. The Walking Chair - the next step in sitting. Providing a comfortable, adjustable and aesthetic chair, it suits all of your sitting needs. And with strong, maneuverable legs, easy but tight controls and all the storage space you'll ever need, it is ready to take you anywhere. Don't let anything stop you. Not the weather, for an umbrella is included. Not the terrain, for it's legs are tested for the hardest conditions. And especially not your laziness. You don't even have to walk on your way back from the store. You only have to get out of chair once, and that's now. [MOC] Walking Chair by Bert.VR, on Flickr Or maybe it's just my latest alternate model... An entry for the Bricklink vehicle alternate competition, I wanted to do something different and worked with a non-vehicle set: 31019 Forest Animals. No wheels, no windscreens, no wings... it brings your creativity out. My main goal was to make it a pleasing model, and I think I succeded by using the curved bricks to their maximum and keeping the colors reasonably separated. The details aren't absent, with some engine greebles, controls, and an umbrella. And please forgive my silliness with this presentation. But the model ended up looking classy enough to inspire this Nespresso-esque style of 'advertizing'. I hope you enjoy my model. If you do, and if you want to build it yourself, visit Rebrickable. They also have a lot of alternate models. And don't forget to check out what amazing models my fellow-contestants came up with for the Bricklink MOC competition! Do more with your sets!
  16. Here is the original topic for the Beloved Belle. Edit: instructions no longer available.
  17. Hi there, Here are some photos of my newest model I displayed at BrickFair VA this past weekend, a diorama depicting the set of the classic BBC Two sitcom Fawlty Towers. The hall tree with dual umbrella stands in the vestibule at the back of this photo can be seen in better detail here. Here's another shot from the con showing the reception desk, the fire bell, and the moose head with a broken antler. Here's a work-in-progress picture showing an alternate corbel design in light grey and some of the winder stairs. Here's what the whole diorama looked like from the front sitting on the table, which provides another view of the staircase. I plan to modify this and post another set of photos once I get some parts I don't yet own and will maybe even build the upstairs or exterior. Thanks for looking, Nathan
  18. viracocha

    MOC: Rocking Chair

    Some furniture in miniland scale. rocking chair by vir-a-cocha, on Flickr
  19. Palathadric

    EB LDD/LDraw 2014 Contest Entry: House

    Greetings! Once again I present to you a LDraw MOC made in SR 3D Builder for the Free Build category of Eurobricks' just finished LDD/LDraw 2014 Contest. I didn't have time to do the roofing well or even the basement, which I originally had plans to make, but if I get around to doing them later I will post updates. One of the great things about creating digital buildings is that you don't need to destroy the old before you build the new, so you can get back to your MOC whenever you want. Anyway, here goes: This first picture is, well, pretty self-explanatory I guess. It's the main floor of the building, the only one that I've built thus far. I wanted to try something new with the walls and I had used the overlapping 2 x 2 Round Plates many times for roofing, but I thought it would be interesting to try as the wall itself. Here's the Kitchen: Living Room: Bedrooms from different angles: Finally the complete build with a slapped together roof: I had a fun time working on all the furniture, but may have taken a bit too long with it. Anyway, here is the is the SR 3D Builder file, which is also available in the corresponding topic in the LDraw forum. Hope you enjoy this build. I took care to try to make the MOC fully buildable with real LEGO pieces. I checked on Bricklink for them. Some are not very common though and I may have accidentally included one or two parts that weren't, but overall it should be buildable. By the way, in case you haven't, do check out the contest entries in the LDraw forum, some are really, really good.
  20. soccerkid6

    Daydelon Cottage

    This is my Phase 1 build for the House category in AoM. This was a fairly simple build, I tried some new furniture designs and tried to make the house look like a common medieval cottage. Many new houses have been springing up in Daydelon, half-timber cottages with thatch roofs are common because of their low cost and quick construction. All C&C welcome
  21. Is your captain's cabin looking a bit dull? Want to spruce up your admiral's office? Decorate your commodore's quarters? Well, now you can, with some wonderful officer's furniture by flickr user WesVDell! Flickr link: Officer's furniture