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  1. Franzplus

    Victorian House

    https://ideas.lego.com/projects/2fc13079-3c2b-4037-b71e-66b0904e7ca2 I love the modular buildings of the Creator Expert Line, this project is inspired by model n 10228 Haunted House. My construction is perfectly adaptable to the other Modular Buildings. Normally Lego Modular are made up of 3 or more blocks with a top view. I prefer to open the construction halfway to the side because it allows for greater playability and a better view of the internal rooms. Obviously it's my personal opinion. I have used Lego Digital Designer for the project while for the rendering Studio. The building consists of 2384 bricks and is divided into 3 levels. Ground Floor: Living Room First Floor: Kitchen Second Floor: Bedroom and Bathroom Measures 15.4” (39cm) high, 9.4” (24cm) wide and 9” (25cm) deep. Recreate the charm of a Victorian-style home that you might discover in many European villages or cities. The 3-storey house has many fun and surprising details, including a beautiful garden with barbecue, an elegant living room, a functional kitchen, a relaxing bedroom and a refined bathroom. Includes 2 minifigures. Collectors will love to display this large set with pride alongside other modular buildings.
  2. Hello to everyone. I'm desperately looking for pictures of the rear of the famous Painted Ladies in Alamo Square. I'm trying to make them as modular buildings, but even if I bought some books I've never found any pictures of the rear. What lies there? Where no one has eventually been? Does anyone has some pictures or can take some pictures of the rear? Thank you in advance.
  3. I have finally gotten enough parts to start building my first MOC it been a challenge to get the right parts, and its currently waiting for more parts to arrive to continue. So far, its been fun, but I have run into several roadblocks, I should of seen before now! The main ones have to do with what colors are available for certain parts, the biggest being the arches I wanted to use. The sizes I need are not available in the dark orange color. I could of sworn they were, but with LDD, you can't rely on the color being there and the parts actually existing to buy. Oh well, all part of the learning/fun with Lego. I am enjoying it a lot. Don't ask my wallet's opinion though! I have already diverged from my design, by moving the entire house back from the street one stud, which just makes it able to be attachable to the other modulars. I had to change the foundation wall colors to gray from the dark orange, mainly to make the steps blend better, since some of the parts in those are also not available in dark orange color either. I also have added an additional bay to the side near the rear, to enlarge the kitchen space. I am not sure about that yet, its in flux... The empty space to the right of the house will be a walled garden, with the far side incorporating the attachment points to another modular building. I am currently waiting for a BL order or two to install the floor tiles, before I can go too much further, and also the large center window parts, which are hard to find too...another small problem... All the bricks in the background in the boneyard are from a town hall set. That's the top of the bell tower from the TH, just playing around, like a gazebo...LOL Cheers!
  4. The Fabulander

    MOC : redux 341

    Hi everyone, here's my last creation I'd like to share. I got issues with the MocPagers website. Does everyone has too ? I tried to revisit the 341 in an updated style. For those who do not know about the original set, here is what it looks like :