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  1. This building was inspired by half of set 76108 (Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown) from the 2018 Marvel Comics line while the van is from set 79104 (Shellraiser Street Chase) from the 2013 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line. The building has a new rear half to complete the model, which has a ladders and trap doors to get from floor to floor. The two bigger second floor windows on the front side are missing this print for the upstairs Detective agency. The rear of the building has the same details as the front, but without the pizzeria storefront. The first level of the building is the pizza restaurant, with plenty of seating, meat spit, pizza oven, and cash register. Up the ladder and on the second is the Detective Agency's office, with a large desk and arm chair, with a smaller chair opposite the desk. The third floor has the Detective's apartment, with bed, desk, and gun / evidence safe. The roof of this level has a large wooden tank for storing water. This heavily modified vehicle originally came from a 2013 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles set. I added doors and printed logo tiles. The roof of the van is removable, so you can get at the drivers seat to place a figure such as the CMF Series 12 "Pizza Delivery Guy" there. The rear of the van holds two pizza's in the warmer. (This building, the mad scientist lab I build out of the other half of 76108 and the van are placed together on the part list I have, and should be built next month or so. Keep an eye on this space for more details and for real-world pictures as they become available!) As usual, Comments, Questions, Suggestions and Complaints are always welcome!
  2. Lego 10260 Downtown Diner XL MOD

    Here is my take on modifying the Downtown Diner. I used two sets, and sort of mirrorbuild one set. The footprint is 56 studs. I widened the stairs on both sides with one stud to reach the 56 studs.
  3. Full post here Hello everyone! I built this MOC a while back but completely forgot to post it. But better late than never, so enjoy! This is a Modular Building MOC. The lower level is a Chinese Restaurant while the upper level is an Indian Restaurant. Overview of the entire Modular Building There is a fence around the building. The stairway leads to the Indian Restaurant. There are opening windows. Here’s the back view. It’s a lot plainer but there are still opening windows for the Indian Restaurant’s kitchen. This is the interior of the Indian Restaurant. The floor is made of Nexo Knight shield tiles. Here’s the kitchen of the Indian Restaurant. It’s rather cramp. The chef is using some of his spices. Here is the interior of the Chinese Restaurant. It has a checkered floor. Looks like someone just ordered rice! The chef is working hard! Look at the yummy ducks in the back C&C welcome as always! Thanks for looking!
  4. Built for the Rebrick Best Friends contest. Best Friends on Vacation Whether those friends are two-legged or four-legged, everyone is having fun. Go out on the water or enjoy the beach, horseback riding along the sand and shopping on the promenade. A few more on my Flickr Album.
  5. [MOC] The Iron Horse

    Welcome to "The Iron Horse"! This family-run restaurant, now owned by Emma, but dating back from at least her grandfather, offers anything you can ask for. From drinks and beers on the first floor to a full menu on the second floor with the best views of the city! It's the big day for Emma! After months hidden beneath the scaffoldings, she is proud to present the new and revamped version of the original restaurant. With her, the new cook, the new waiter and three curious taking pictures at the inaguration. This new look of the building resembles the original Mississippi Townhouse very much, although not as dusty and about to fall over! Minifigures: Along with some of the interior furniture. I'm so happy about this modular that I've submitted it to Lego Ideas. If you want it to stay a chance, please support it! Lego Ideas: Oh, I forgot. All the interior pics: First Floor Second Floor Ehem, not really a floor, just the underside of the roof...
  6. Hey everyone! I'm new to this side of the forums(usually in the Star Wars section), but I'd like to a share an In-N-Out burger MOC that I recently made. I was inspired by the one I'm sure most of you have seen floating around the internet recently. I wanted to to give it modular dimensions, however, so it could fit in with the rest of the modulars. In-N-Out exterior by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr 2000 pieces Includes: kitchen, freezer room, 2 restrooms, eating lobby, drive-thru window, outside eating tables This video details the entire build. Now let's check out some pics. Sorry for the cell phone camera quality. Would buy a decent camera but I can't stop spending money on Lego The outside: In-N-Out bus stop by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Bad-Cop fighting Crime. Where's the chair when you need it? by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr In-N-Out side by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr In-N-Out outside seating by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr In-N-Out Front by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr The inside: In-N-Out by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Another satisfied customer exiting the building by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Refilling the Soda by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr The Men's Room by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr IMAG1104 by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr I'd like a number 6 with extra dip by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Because who else would be cooking the food? by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr In-N-Out view from the front doors by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Sometimes you just need to enjoy some alone time. With a burger by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr At least someone appreciates the sandwich by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr She's not impressed with the triple decker sandwich by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr A line at In-N-Out. What's new? by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Not too happy to be scrubbing tables by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Greedo has to learn things the hard way by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr In-N-Out lined up with a few modulars by Jhaelon Edwards, on Flickr Hope you enjoyed it! innout.lxf
  7. [MOC] Hotel Dining Hall

    Hi everyone! Granted, this is just a part of my planned big Grand Palace Hotel, but it works on its own too, so here it is: Note that the black rigid hoses around the windows are not genuine Lego, but a cheap nylon tube. Shinier, but similar strength. Let's remove the walls and have a look inside: The piano is from the Friends Grand Hotel, by the way. Maybe I should have added more gold to the ceiling... It's afternoon, so mostly drinks, coffee, pastries and ice cream are served. Painting on the back wall: » More photos in the Flickr album, as usual Hope you like it. :) But don't expect the full hotel anytime soon...
  8. MOC: Visit the Riviera

    Hello fellow Eurobricks members, I've been working on my latest MOC the last few weeks - 'Visit the RIVIERA'. A MOC based around a marina with a southern European influence. There is a small wedding shop, a bell tower, and restaurant on the ground floor with tables outside around the marina where fishermen bring in their catches. A previous European styled MOC - Piazza Maria had bright colour combinations and perfect smooth rendering on the buildings so this was an excuse for me to try my hand at something that looked a little more weathered! Anyway on with the pics, 6 in total: You can also view them on flickr here: Any comments/feedback welcomed! Cheers!
  9. [MOC] 50's Style American Diner

    I built this little diner to fit into my Modular town. It occupies a single base plate and can serve as an end cap to a row of buildings, but has facades on three sides. To date, this is one of my favorite builds. A little close-up of the marquee: Ground level view of the restaurant: A little profile shot: And then the top came off! Plenty of seating inside: Hamburger, fries, milkshake, or a fresh slice of pie today? The staff is always friendly and helpful. There's always a hoppin' tune playing on the jukebox. Situated in a busy area of town: Thanks for looking! You can see additional pictures (with more details) in my Flickr gallery!
  10. For the Celebricktion event in Atlanta earlier in October, I decided to build a new Modular for our LUG train layout. So, I built a little fast food joint. Here's the entrance: And right above it, a spacious loft apartment perfect for inner city living: Step inside the restaurant for a bite to eat: Then relax on a fall afternoon on your rooftop garden patio: Inside, the restaurant takes up most of the ground floor: Place your order at the counter: Then sit down to enjoy your meal: The upstairs resident keeps his apartment neat: He can always cook in his modern kitchen if he's not craving burgers from downstairs: After a hard day's work, it's always fun to relax with games and movies: On the top floor, you find the bedroom and bath: Where finally, he gets a good night's sleep in his cozy bed: Thanks for looking! Other photos and larger versions of these can be found in my Flickr album!
  11. Hello everyone I think my layout is now at a stage that I can present it as a whole to the community. As you will see I have still some space to expand it and there are quite a few buildings that I wish to rebuild/redesign to make them better. My layout has a classic 80/90 inspiration and that's why most of the new sets I have are from the creator/expert line. here it is a video showing the whole layout with the trains and the new ferris wheel motorised: As you can notice from the video, since I love trains, a large parte of the table is covered by rails. There are three stations. 1) Legoland C.le (C.le stands for Centrale in italian, the main station) 2) another smaller station, located on the sea-side and near the vulcano called Lego Ville: and another station that serves the airport: The town centre of Legoland features a square with a Market, a Pizzeria, and a Carrousel, the ruins of ancient abbey, always crowded by visitors, the town-hall (the yellow-brown building) and - of course - a police station: There is a residential area, which is mostly restaurant and country-side with a small beach: The main Harbour of the town, with a bridge for the trains, and a restaurant in an ancient mill: Finally there is the city area, with two main tall buildings: well, there are more ideas to develop my city but I want to hear what do you think so far
  12. [MOC] Ito Sushi Bar

    Hi Everyone! I would like to share my latest MOC, the title of this MOC is Ito Sushi Bar. I tried to put in more Japanese culture and foods in the sushi bar. Hope you guys enjoy Thank you [[Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 0 Main by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 1 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 2 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 4 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 5 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 6 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 7 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 8 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 9 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 10 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 12 by denil oh, on Flickr [Denil's MOC] Ito Sushi Bar 11 by denil oh, on Flickr
  13. MOC : ShangHai Bun Restaurant

    Hi all, Last month I had build my First Chinese Modular House, Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant. also in LEGO Idea Here come the second one, Chinese Modular House #2 ShangHai Bun Restaurant. This building is another type of Chinese style, which is selling Shanghai Bun. Same as last one, full of different details and 4 different outlook in each size. Many Thanks for watching and comments. Outlook Shanghai Bun Restaurant with Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant Different modular Kitchen and a store room at first floor Restaurant at second floor more photo in my flickr album Many thanks for watching
  14. A little urban renewal to transition the Detective Office part of town with the more classy modulars... my latest modular is "Chop", a small Asian fusion bistro in an Art Deco storefront. Oddly enough, I've wanted to use fish as an architectural element for a long time. 1st floor interior: Decorative wall panels. 2nd and 3rd floor feature a nice but somewhat cramped 2 bedroom aparment. Next to a couple of my other mocs. Thanks for looking! (Sorry the photography isn't great.)
  15. MOC: Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant

    Hi all, lets share my new MOC, Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant. A Chinese style modular house within 4 different surface. a small garden and small temple in left size and a kitchen build by stone in the back. front door a hawker selling some snacks A garden in left size with one table, and a small temple in the corner door open, go inside the kitchen and the Chinese style chef the woman is in cashier 2/F thats the end thanks for watching, also, many photo in my flickr ablum
  16. MOC: The Ocean Restaurant

    Hi everyone, My latest moc is called The Ocean restaurant and is inspired by Miami's south beach area. I felt some of my ealiest attempts on the style didn't do it justice. I thought a 1 storey building wouldn't be as time-consuming as some of my more recent buildings much larger in size which would allow me to concentrate more on the details and refinement. The exterior was done first and I wasn't originally going to do an interior but was persuaded to and I'm pleased I did as it turned out to be pretty fun designing. Anyway on with the pics - There's only 5 this time so i'll put them all in here These are all the pictures from this MOC, if you'd prefer to view them at flickr go here: Comments welcome!
  17. [MOC] Bike Shop, Cafe & Apartments

    At the moment I'm collecting a number of buildings together for a possible Lego City and these 2 are my latest buildings. They are expanded versions of the 2 buildings in the Lego Creator Bike Shop & Cafe set. .
  18. [MOC] Fast Food Machine

    This is my new Lego MOC based on some pieces I received in a Bricklink order: Cows, chicken, green spikes and yellow gems. It is called the 'Fast Food Machine'. I've posted the below video on our Youtube channel which gives a commentary about the MOC. I hope you like it. Mike .
  19. [MOC] Beachburger

    After finally trying out my water-slide decal kit (see also: Green Dragon) I thought I would share my franchise burger place: As usual, apologies for crappy pictures.
  20. Lego In N Out Burger Restaurant MOC

    This is it, iv'e finally managed to post this forum about my latest MOC, my IN N Out Burger Restaurant! It has been built on a 48x48 baseplate and features a Main restaurant, outdoor seating area and drive thru! P.S. Its not a great MOC but it was a free build with no plans and its turned out fine. I would love to tile the floor but don't have the tiles for it Comments and criticism is verymuch appreciated! Sorry about the quality of the images! P.P.S This MOC has no roof, when i was young i never put roofs on my creations because i didn't have the money to buy roof pieces but mainly because i played inside my buildings! The whole restaurant and sign ( I would love to make the sign from Lego but i didn't have the parts needed! Someday i'll do it!)) The Front Exterior Outdoor Seating The Drive Thru & Pick up window and Custom made menu! Interior Overview Main Restaurant Area Ordering Counter Restroom The engine of any restaurant, the kitchen! Grill And Fryer Preparation Area Coffee Machine and Behind the Counter And finally Staff Photo!!! Thank You! Comments & Criticism Greatly Appreciated
  21. I've finally taken the pictures of my In N Out Burger MOC but having a lot of trouble posting them! The pictures I've taken are on my iPhone as I don't have a great camera and I uploaded them to my computer to post them but it says the 'file is to big' How can I post it? Help will be greatly appreciated! Thank you!!!
  22. My collection of city MOCs

    Hi everyone. Looking at all these amazing MOCs here at Eurobricks i decided to share my own. This is a collection of city MOCs that i designed over the past few years. All of these models are made in Lego Digital Designer, and are presented with pictures rendered using POV-Ray. I didn't make a lot of pictures as i'm sharing LDD files in which the models can be viewed entirely. Most of the buildings have roofs built in separate sections that can be removed (using "connected selection" tool) to see the interiors. Also note that because of the high brick count, that some of this models have, slower computers might have problems with opening those files. That's it for the introduction.. I hope to insipre people with my work just like i get inspired by others. Train Station - Train Station.lxf Fire Station - Fire Station.lxf Restaurant - Restaurant.lxf Cafe - Cafe.lxf Fast Food Kiosk - Fast Food Kiosk.lxf Ice Cream Kiosk - Ice Cream Kiosk.lxf Gas Station - Gas Station.lxf Bike Shop & Bank - Bike Shop and Bank.lxf
  23. Hi! I'm currently building a lego Fast-Food Restaurant and I was wondering, are there any Fast-Food MOCs on here? Has anyone built one? I have tried to find one but there doesn't seem to be many? Thank you!
  24. I'd like to take you to another stop in my burgeoning modular LEGO city! Today's visit is to the Octopus Japanese Restaurant, where minifigs flock for authentic Asian cuisine! Here's Octopus! The torii and rock garden help to allure hungry diners to the restaurant. If you're in the mood for sushi or hibachi, you've arrived at the right place. Around back, we can see the open air dining area. A closeup view of the dining area in the back of the restaurant. Now for a look inside! Here's the ground floor. The sushi bar is to the right, with a casual dining area to the left. Another look at the ground floor. There's a sink in the prep area near the sushi bar, some decorative items on the wall, and a restroom under the stairs. One of the most alluring aspects of the ground floor is the large aquarium, dividing the sushi bar and table settings and giving the restaurant a calm atmosphere. There's even a light feature in the aquarium to further enhance the experience. Here's a look at the bathroom. It's a small space but it has what's necessary. But now, let's travel up the stairs to the next floor: The next level has two hibachi tables. The hibachi is very popular for large parties and business meetings. The chefs are very skilled and put on a highly entertaining show. To the right, another chef prepares food for preparation at the table. Some friends are enjoying sake and miso soup before their entree is served. Swinging doors separate the kitchen area from the patrons in the main dining area. And now, let's go up one final flight of stairs, which really picks up after hours: The top floor contains a karaoke bar and lounge! Patrons sing their hearts out to their favorite songs, but occasionally a professional entertainer puts on her kimono for a performance on selected nights. Dark curtains help keep an ambient vibe and another aquarium and flowers keep the patrons happy. And for musical accompaniment, a full sized piano sits on the stage. Our featured performer hopes you enjoyed your evening at Octopus! Check out more pictures on my Flickr page!
  25. MOC: Modular Curry Station

    First real post of a MOC in the town forum, I present to you "トレイン カレー" or "Train Curry". This a a small restaurant inspired by the real life "Curry Station Niagara" in Yutenji, Tokyo where my girlfriend and I spent an extremely nice evening as the only customesr during the 2nd worst snowstorm to hit Tokyo this year. If you are ever in Tokyo, I highly recommend a visit as the Station Master (yes he really is one) is extremely friendly and your tasty curry is delivered by toy train. More info on the inspiration for this build can be found here: http://www.facebook....station.niagara So time for a tour. The outside Here you see the building from all sides, its a short blocky 2-story affair. It was built on a 16x16 plate, with a 4 stud overhang on the left side for the stairs to the 2nd floor and a 1 stud overhang for the frontage. It will sit into a 16x16 recess on my train layout, hence no street detail around the building in these shots. The reason for all the 1x1 headlight brick holes will become clear shortly. The sign on the front is my best attempt at brick built Katakana (Japanese alphabet used for western words). Really "train" should be "densha" not "to-re-i-n" however that would call for some Kanji (Chinese style characters) that just could not be realised in the space available. I was tempted to just build 'curry' in western script but thought I'd have a go like this first; let me know what you think! A close up of the steam engine front end in the bay window: I wish I had a window piece without the burger on, but I just cant bring myself to use the poleesh remover of naieel. I'm also hoping to find a better sign for the level crossing post. The inside Having never seen the upstairs of the building that served as inspiration, I settled for a generic small flat interior with compact bathroom (shower and toilet) and an open living area: It looks quite spacious as there is no bed (assume there is a futon stashed away somewhere) and no kitchen (but then there is already a restaurant downstairs, perhaps though I should MOC a rice cooker). The robot is there just because. The Restaurant I tried to pack the restaurant full of memorabilia, picking some key features from the real life inspiration such as the ticket machine where you order your meal, the train number plates all over the walls, the ticket window and station clock, and of course the toy train track around the room for curry delivery. Now you see the reason for all the 1x1 headlights; how I wish Pick a Brick sold 1x1 with stud on side in brown. If I ever get hold of some minifig roller-skates I will build a small train for making curry deliveries, but for now the track is empty. The ever happy station master talks to his patrons: Behind the white wall is a small stove for making curry, In reality there is a bathroom here and the building extends back further into a small kitchen. I had no room for such though (my layout has a train running directly behind the building with only 2 stud clearance). I also forgot to re-assemble the top of the wall for this shot! The right hand wall swings away providing a minifig's eye view: A final shot from behind the bar, a spare station master cap sits on the luggage rack for patrons to wear: And finally here it is in my layout: (see http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=95715 for more on the train layout itself) Thanks for taking the time to look at my MOC. Comments and suggestions welcome.