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  1. Dear AFOLs, for once I have left my usual train theme and tried something different – I designed and built a model of my working place, the largest school in my home town. In fact, the model is intended as a farewell gift for a dear colleague, for she leaves to face new tasks. It is in approximate 1:625 scale, consists of ca. 1.500 parts and is built on a 48x48 base plate. Here are the pictures: Higher resolution images are available on my Bricksafe account. Thanks for stopping by! Sven
  2. Military Academy QV14.1 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr Shortly after watching the spectacle on the parade route, Nathaniel made his way the nearby military academy. It was built in the same style as the military barracks and looked relatively new, which was confirmed by the 617 above the large front doors. QV14.2 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr Captain Brickford was just in time to listen to a lecture on military strategy. It was being given by the headmaster, who looked as if he knew exactly what he was talking about. QV14.3 by LM71Blackbird, on Flickr The cadets were listening attentively to the words of the headmaster, if then didn't they would probably quickly be brought back in line. Dear Captain Jno. Cooke, RN, I have found out that a military academy has been built in Quinnsville quite recently. The very first graduating class was just last week. The building is quite nice, and from the lectures I sat in on, the cadets are being taught the latest tactics in military strategy. I have only a few stops left in my assessment of the defenses of Quinnsville, and then I will assist my father in his duties as well. Our final report on Quinnsville shouldn't be too much longer. In service to her Majesty, Captain Nathaniel Brickford, Military Attaché to Quinnsville This will be a large educational property for Quinnsville. I built it in the same style as my military barracks so I think it fits really nicely. C&C are welcome and appreciated and thanks for looking!
  3. This was a fun little build. Even though it was not totally custom as I used much of the architectural details of the Friends set, I still think it turned out nice. I always thought the orginal set was boring, but it still has some nice details that should be used in a set. So when the set went on sale, I bought two of them (it took quite a few additional bricks as well) and put this together. If I aqure some more windows, I make try to expand it, but for now, I like the size. It will fit into my city nice. So if you are interested here is a video and some pics. Any feedback is appreciated!
  4. Elysiumfountain

    [MOC]: Winterfield Academy

    Welcome to Winterfield Academy, the premier arts academy for all of your minifigs! Governed by Headmistress Elba Rieter, this academy specializes in the arts! The first floor includes a grand entrance hall with front desk and a platform for a train station (Behind the school are tracks on which the Orient Express can arrive). The first floor also contains the dining hall, a trophy room, and the grand spiral staircase that ascends three stories. The second story includes a large choir classroom, a picture-lined hallway, a store closet that I'll soon be converting into a lavatory, and Headmistress Rieter's office. And the third floor/roof contains a ballet/dance studio and classroom, as well as a large portion that I haven't decided what to do with yet. But I think it's going to end up being the dormitory. I'm also planning on possibly doing a stop motion video series set around one of my mini figures encountering mystery and murder at the school! So we'll see how that goes. This MOC is also up on LEGO Ideas gathering support! If you wish please go support it! I'm including the link here. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/c3ebdf4f-1c75-435e-b09b-3f23788b535a Any ideas for the third floor, suggestions, comments on this MOC are much appreciated, thank you! :)
  5. Hi! I want to share with you my last Western MOC - School . This is my first western creation where I used cheese bricks for façade. My personal opinion, these cheese bricks look much better than altern for this, using plates and tiles for hut imitation. School bell: Here is interior with all necessary like board, benches, furnace and, of course, canes
  6. Giacinto Consiglio

    [MOC] Bricksfield Public Elementary School

    Here's my upcoming MOC, the Public Elementary School! With the Roman History Museum and the Fountain, this is going to complete my central city square..It contains 3090 bricks. Let me know what you think! P.S. If someone were interested in building this, you can check it out HERE
  7. Arthur Kellogg has put together some of the WETEC's best soccer players to enter into the New Terra Soccer Cup. Granted there are not a lot of soccer players among the WETEC as a new sport is taking hold, but there are still several. Thus he feels that he has put together a good enough team to make the WETEC proud. As they wait for the games to start, Arthur and several of the players decided to go see one of Trador's schools as all good Corrington minifigs would love to do. Education after all is the most paramount issue. Upon following the directions they received from the perplexed innkeeper, they have arrived at the school building at the end of a street of buildings. They were a little surprised to see the one of the pupils on recess busy selling candy for a profit. As the captain of the team noted, "The Eslandola spirit must be born into them. They do indeed start young." A little different angle: Note: This is licensed as a small education building. I attempted to mimic the style presented on the Merchant's Quay, which is why I left the roof studs exposed and only why one side of the building is visible. (The other side would be connected to an adjoining building.)
  8. As a man of its word, Lord Maximilian Damaximus sent some workers to New Haven as well to help developping the new Haven for refugees. As the housing projects started to turn out very colourfull, the architect continued this style and designed a school and an inn for New Haven. The school, in the red, was very much needed to keep giving chances to the refugees and to teach them the laws of Corrington. After a hard day of study and much information, the citizens can take a break in the Blues Inn next door. --- Property can be licenced by Corrington as a small education and a small artisan. --- This was a fun build :)
  9. KamalMYafi

    [MOC] Classroom

    Yes, a classroom is the place for learning! Even though learning could be anywhere. I created an LEGO interior scene of classroom, this model is at minifig-scale. This model was mainly inspired by LegoJalex’s Classroom. Since that is a big built, I tried to make it small and more simple. Classroom by Kamal Muftie Yafi, on Flickr I used a unique technique to make the four-legged chair. I forgot where I got that chair design. If you know, please put a link in the comment, I just want to credit the builder.
  10. The devastation Mardier left behind did not only leave the remaining citizens without housing and infrastructure. They even burned most of the crops. There were always fish and lemons, but in order to feed everyone it was dire need of some potatoes and a sprig of parsley. The WGO (White Glove Order) took this important task head on and restored one of burnt out war factories Mardier left behind. It should serve a new role. To bring the people knowledge of the earth and how to make the most nutritious fruits and vegetables. As a result The Instituto de Superior Agronomia (Agriculture School - small cultural microbuild license) was founded in Puerto Desafio. Isla de Victoria would not only become self sufficient, it would be an important resupply haven in the Prio Seas
  11. Seminaire de Breshaun by Brandon Stark, on Flickr Before returning to Dragonstone, Brandon plans to visit a few more sites in Breshaun, which has seen significant growth since he last visited over a year ago. One of these sites is the Seminaire de Breshaun, located close to the Temple of Zeus. Funded by Brandon with support from the Order, the seminary is a testament to the Order's growing power in the colonies, allowing it to train new priests in the colonies for missions, rather than sending priests over from the mainland. The Seminary's style to similar to those of Dragonstone, since Brandon was the one who funded its construction, but its materials are similar to that of most buildings in Breshaun. It is currently home to a small but growing number of priests in training, and because of the growing numbers, the Order is planning to buy a larger property nearby. The Seminary is also home to two priests of Zeus and Poseidon each, and also one priest of Hades, who educates the priests in training on the darker side of the Order. So this build was supposed to be for Dragonstone, but Breshaun needed properties and so it got a seminary. The style of this one is actually based off of the Seminaire de Quebec in Vieux Quebec that I visited last year in Quebec City, Canada, though the Seminaire de Quebec is much bigger.
  12. This is a promo video for the agricultural Agricultural Power and Equipment Technician program at WITC (Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College). This was made as a college assignment, but I ran short on time so it is not quite as complete as I had wanted it. So I already am aware of the lack of actual animation and the lengthy still shots. This was the first time we had touched LEGO stopmotion in almost two years, it was fun to have a reason to do something again.
  13. Acropolis Education by Brandon Stark, on Flickr The School of Acropolis is a new addition to the city, founded by a group of Order clerics from the Old World. Looking to spread and maintain the Order in the New World, the Order founded the School of Acropolis. While the School's main goal was to prepare young boys to become Order clerics, the School now accommodates all children of Acropolis, giving them an education in reading, writing, arithmetic, and history, among other subjects, with an emphasis on the Order. The school has around five small classrooms, and is able to accommodate all the students of Acropolis, since the settlement is still small. With the rise of newcomers from the Old World, the Order has begun construction of a larger school in Acropolis. The School of Acropolis is run by 6 clerics, three Clerics of Zeus, and three Clerics of Poseidon. There is no Cleric of Hades arrived yet from the Old World, and none is expected.
  14. King's Harbour was growing rapidly, and many of the soldiers, sailors and merchants had started bringing in their wives, and with their wives came their children as well. And while initially some of the kids, in highly un-Corlander fashion, enjoyed not having to go to school, the Royal Society of Natural Philosophy quickly remedied this. While the city administration donated a large plot of land in the planned residential areas, the Royal Society has constructed a large school building, and will be sponsoring it going forward. Ensuring education for the young is an important objective of the Society, to ensure that the scientists of tomorrow are groomed from a young age. Winston Fitzherbert the 3rd, fellow of the Society, will be schoolmaster for the children of King's Harbour, and his stern but fair teaching style is appreciated widely amongst both kids and parents. Just now, the kids are arriving for the first day of teaching, being welcomed by the schoolmaster and the groundskeeper. A few of the kids are running late, rushing not to be reprimanded by their new schoolmaster. On the first floor, the classroom is located. Below the classroom, a large library and study houses activities of more advanced students and fellows of the Society, and in the sidewing, an archive is to hold records and specimens collected by various expeditions for further study. Additionally, the groundskeeper has a small house by the gate, awarded for long services as assistant to a fellow of the Society. _____________________________________________________________ Large educational facility for King's Harbour, which will be licensed by the Royal Society of Natural Philosophy. C&C welcome.
  15. The father of a family is angry about the refugees. However, in a dream he becomes himself such a refugee. He experiences the problems of a refugee. When the dream is finally over, he has to make a decision.... The film is the second one of a team of students on our school. They are between 12 and 14 years old. The film was made for a German audience.
  16. 20160404_212244 (3) by Chris Warburton Brown, on Flickr Good People of Port Raleigh! Know that due to the great munificence of our own Mr Hawksbrugh, the Port Raleigh elementary school and Port Raleigh Reading Room are now open! 20160404_212318 (3) by Chris Warburton Brown, on Flickr Any child between the age of 7 and 11 may attend the school; due to Mr Hawksbrugh's rather unusual notions even young ladies! They will receive elementary instruction in reading, writing and arithmetic, plus a smattering of geography, astronomy, history and natural philosophy according to a curriculum of Mr Hawksbrugh's own devising. The newly engaged tutor, Mr Leonidas Wallace, is now giving lessons five days a week. Children should attend for three hours each day, either in the morning or the afternoon session, but not both. Due to restrictions of space, no more than three pupils may attend each session so please apply well in advance. Lessons for adults of modest proportions may be available in the evenings; please apply at the school for details. 20160404_212325 (3) by Chris Warburton Brown, on Flickr We are also proud to announce the opening of the Public Reading Room, situated above the school. This library contains a wonderful collection of books paid for by Mr Hawksbrugh, plus generous donations from the private collections of our Mayor The Worshipful Mr Flynn, Miranda Merryweather and Lady Norrington. Books on all subjects are available to members, reference only. Membership is only half a doubloon for an entire year! The Reading Room is open Monday to Friday from 9 of the clock in the forenoon until 6 of the clock in the evening. Unfortunately due to the small space, only two members are permitted entry at any time. Obese members not permitted. [NB I actually built this school for my 9 year old daughter's Lego Elves, but then thought I could adapt it for BoBS. She did all the interiors without help, as you can see she is a better Lego modeller than me! I swear I will never do another hexagonal building, getting the walls lined up without falling apart was hard work!]
  17. LegoJalex

    Classroom

    A classroom mainly inspired from my own memories from when I was in school in the 90s.
  18. Superg1207

    [MOC] Modern 7th Grade School

    After the principles office, i decided to make a school, i used separate 16x16 plates to build classrooms, offices, and more! i will post room after room, and after all of the rooms are done, i will combine them to make a school. EDIT : Heres the link to the principles office http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=116510&hl=
  19. Superg1207

    [MOC] Principles Office

    cant really attach any photos because i used the snipping tool EDIT : i got the actual model into the attachment so enjoy this moc i made, this is supposed to be based off of my 7 grade principles office without that extra stuff.Principles office.lxf
  20. 3BrickFriends

    [MOC] Heartlake High School

    This is an extra large version of the Lego Friends Heartlake High School which my daughter and I created earlier in the summer. Hope you like it. I'd love to hear your comments. Mike
  21. sdrnet

    MOC: Winter School

    The Winter School We are entering summer but I'm still working to complete all the new Winter Village will be presented in July 2014! This moc is my third and last building for the new Winter Village 2014. Having done in the past the church and the town hall in the village could not miss school. I had a good number of brick in dark blue that I wanted to use for a building that occupies a certain importance, and so I decided that the building more suited to this color was the school. The result is a simple but elegant and minimalist building, with large windows and white with a dark roof built a system a little bit different but more technical than the other buildings. The interior is not great unfortunately, but I still managed to get two classrooms (almost identical) are not very large but still essential, and also the room of the Presidency of the school. In the room of the headmaster is also a light pressure (hidden in the roof) that allows you to better illuminate the desk of the Headmaster. The building is made with respect to the last two (Farm and Cottage) is perhaps slightly less detailed but its elegance does justice to himself and makes her look good along with all the other buildings around the village square. Even this building (as for others) will be combined with two Baseplates with many minifigs (especially a series of children with a backpack while out of school) and various accessories such as a bus stop and a yellow bus to transport the children . The design of the bus I was inspired by this moc (https://www.flickr.c...ppie/8558813647) found on the net. Inspired by this, I redid the bus making it smaller and making some changes to make it a bit more European. The result is a nice bus with 8 seats + driver ... for a small village should be enough! : D Thank you all for watching and for your comments. :) Sandro Other images: Lateral view The rear view Interior details Room of the headmaster Roof detail The school-bus Complete gallery of images: https://www.flickr.c...57644843600990/
  22. Hi everyone, with me recently having turned from a university scholar of witchcraft into a christian private school teacher, I am looking for ways to introduce LEGO projects in school. Not as part of official subjects like maths or physics, but as a voluntary pastime for pupils, but led and supervised by a teacher (me). To some extend, I would get paid for this. Does anyone here have any experience with such a format? Ideas? My idea would be something like writing stories, building them with LEGO and take digital pictures to make narrative photo books or powerpoint presentations. This combines the power of narratives that I believe in with building and results in nice products the kids could show at home or whereever. Also they could paint backgrounds and built studios from cardboard boxes. Of course, I would need loads of figs and bricks for this. Do any of you have experience with such things?