“I had this idea in LEGO Creator Style editing the Steven Grant’s Villa, brought in my project Moon Knight. The villa’s interior is very similar to the previous project, but I have modified to build with the same bricks, three different buildings. For my project I used only the basic colors present in LDD program.”
1) Villa. This construction consists of 470 bricks. Includes 2 minifigures, 1 cat and a quad. You can open the house to access the five rooms. In the lower floor there are the hall, the kitchen and living room. In the upper floor there are the bathroom, bedroom and access to terrace. The terrace is equipped with sun lounger, coffee table and parasol. The garden is equipped with awning, silk, barbecue, table and chair for outdoor dining.
2) Bungalow. Total bricks 283. Includes 2 minifigures which a gardener with lawnmower tractor and a cat. As a typical bungalow ideal for camping holidays at sea and in the mountain, it is equipped with every comfort. In the garden there is a comfortable lounge chairs and a small but practical outside bathroom. Opening the building, you can see on the left the bedroom followed by the kitchen with stove. On the right there is the living room. On the side of the bungalow behind the outside bathroom there is a bench for the relaxing.
3) Apartment. Total 300 bricks. Includes 2 minifigures, 1 cat and a lawnmower. A simple garden with a grill and a comfortable bench. Inevitable is the presence of the mower for the lawn care. Opening the building you notice at the bottom the kitchen and the bathroom, at the top there is the bedroom with a lovely fireplace and acces to the small balcony.
“The feature of my project is that with just one product, you have 3 kinds of creative construction and fun.” – FranzPlus
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MOC by FranzPlus
Rule the roads with the all-new 1:16 scale 2016 Dodge Challenger SXT! This brick-built version of the popular sports car truly lives up to its name, as its 1869-piece construction is filled with many unusual parts and tricky techniques. The entire building experience is perfect for sharpening your skills, learning new tricks, and just having fun as you create so many features and functions in your car. Continue reading
One of the many hardware chains in the USA is ACE Hardware!
This is built on two 16×16 light bluey grey plates, a large sticker is being used for the front sign and a special sticker showing the opening hours. There are two minifigs including an ACE stickered torso sales person. High resolution stickers are used as merchandise on the displays, with mainly builders’ hardware (hinges/security) and plumbing (faucet/toilet repair). Behind the counter is the paint tinting and key cutting offered by most if not all hardware stores. No roof is being used, though could be added it required as also to make twice or three times as large in a modular form.
“Normally I design Australian stores, etc., this time the USA gets the Lightningtiger treatment.” – Lightningtiger
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MOC by Lightningtiger
Cruise the streets with style in the highly-detailed, minifigure-scale 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria! This old-fashioned classic from the 50’s was a member of Ford’s brand-new line of vehicles: the Fairlane models, produced to keep up with Chevrolet’s new and very popular Bel Air automobile. The Fairlane cars were the first Ford vehicles to feature optional seatbelts, factory-installed air conditioners, and panoramic windshields.
This brick-built version has everything a car lover could ask for: chrome bumpers and grille, opening doors, accurate color styling, smooth design from the front to the back, roomy interior with a steering wheel and gauges, and (coming soon) opening trunk. The complex building techniques employed in this model account for its near-perfect recreation of the original using 182 parts. The entire model is 17 studs long, 6 2/3 studs wide, and 4 bricks high.
MOC by Brickster_Tim
Here is the beautiful mountaintop stronghold! Alluded to in the Riverside Castle post, this amazing landscape features a huge field with trees and waterfall spilling into a lake. Walk up the steps to the castle, open the gates and check out all of the rooms and features! There is a prison, lord’s weapons room, planning room, armory (with ladders to the underground blacksmith shop with light-up furnace), several catapults, 12 minifigures, removable castle sections, and much more!
So far, the children in your Modular City have had to settle for the limited toy selection in the Grand Emporium. But now, they can have all the toys they need when you stop by the beautiful Modular Toy Shop! Step through the revolving door under the colorful brick-built sign and go inside to check out all the amazing options! Continue reading
This is the ultimate Chima fortress: the Ancient Chima Stronghold! With eight minifigures, Eagle and Raven Scout Flyers, Wolf and Croc Bikes, and Gorilla Tank, this octagonal mountain fortress features underground protected Chi cache with vehicle garage, opening Chi-powered portcullis, working elevator, firing turrets, weapons rack, and more! Continue reading
In your everyday spaceway travels, you might hear a rumbling and a huge thundering mass go by. That would be the N.W.E.S. Escort. As the first in the New World Explorer series, this pioneer cruiser was made primarily as a cargo ship, but evolved into a defense craft, designed to last a long time in space with a minimal crew. Continue reading
“While the camera quality isn’t supreme, the magnificence and the beauty of this cliff-top castle is still captured. Unfortunately, I didn’t take enough pictures to fully show off all the features; but, as you can see, I did include a huge dragon and a dozen or so minifigures. Continue reading