There is a rather strict image size limit on MOCpages. If you'd like to see more detail on this construction, please check this 1032x1032 photo on BrickShelf. Note: You have to click on it again once you're there to get the full-size image.
I dont have words for the workmanship of this house! You should make more of these and sell them. You could make a ton of money! AMAZING!!!!!
How many bedrooms, baths, kitchens, living rooms and amount of rooms do you have?
I wish in the rating system there was a category higher then EXCELLENT if there was it would be what I'd rate you.
Your architectural skills are 100% right on!
Your use of the whole LEGO range is out of this world!
Your color sence and decorating sence are also flying out of the ballpark!
I could not by pass this one!
You have made a fan of me1
I understand both the time and the expence of this structure!
You are LEGO Loyal beyond!
Take a bow!
You are very kind, Lori. I live in Madison, Wisconsin. I mostly buy my LEGO on www.bricklink.com where you can get both bulk and the rarer parts and colors. I am inspired mostly by photos I find on the internet. My personal web site is at www.softarae.com
Quoting Lori Woodel
Where can I see your amazing Victorians in person? Where/how did you design them, and where do people buy that many Lego in bulk?
I have been surrounded by boys who like Star Wars Lego until this year when my oldest son completed all 5 buildings from the Market Street set. I fell in love with the details of those buildings, and thought how great it would be if Lego would create a Victorian house. I considered trying to make one myself, but I am fairly new to actually building the sets. I took a chance and googled "Lego Victorian House" and your amazing creation came up. You are the master and I want to be your student! Or at least your customer! Where can I see your amazing Victorians in person? Where/how did you design them, and where do people buy that many Lego in buik? You've inspired me! Thanks for bringing beauty and wonder to the world in unexpected places.
Cameron Park, CA
It's pretty close, but only accidentally so. I used the Belville tub, sinks, and some cabinets and they fit pretty well. Everything else was built from scratch. My scale was determined by the windows. I built them so that the framing was one plate thick and without gaps and everything else was built to match.
Lovely model. I like your building style a lot and the scale is also perfect for detailing.
A while ago I already noticed this model after the first pictures where posted of the BrickWorld event and was in awe.
Continue your work, your models are one by one beautiful. I hope I'm able to see them in real life some time.
Your interior detail is quite amazing. I looked at the house one of the days at Brickworld, but unfortunately you weren't there. I can't even begin to fathom the effort it took to pull this together. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations at the event. I must admit, I see more detail in the pictures than I noticed in person. I think I needed to stick my head in each room and look :)
Haven't seen a true masterpiece for a little bit, but this one definitely is just that. There's really no difference in quality from this and the stuff you find done by the "professionals" at the Legoland parks. And all those 1x1 funky pieces... Subtract the front yard (it gives it away) and I think there would be less people who recognize this as being made of LEGOs then there would be people who do.
Quoting Eric Sophie
... MOCpages TIP: After each picture in edit mode, hit 'enter' about 5 or 6 times to space out the code and the images will line up on the left, in stead of staggering across the screen. ...
Thanks for the tip! I decided to also go with the large-sized photos and eliminate all the clicking back and forth to zoom in.
I love this soooo much. Words cannot express!
MOCpages TIP: After each picture in edit mode, hit 'enter' about 5 or 6 times to space out the code and the images will line up on the left, in stead of staggering across the screen.
Again, great work! Wish I would have seen it in person!
This is simply wonderful!! I can't stop looking at it! I would just love to see it with my hands, if you all know what I mean! 8) It's fantastic how you made it look so real and so full of detail and perfect!
Amazing in person, amazing on MOCpages! And can I just say that this is the kind of house I would love to live in one day. May need to take a print out of this page to my realator when i go house shopping! Thanks for sharing ~ Chris.