My new layout, in progress. (slow progress!). Based with the same urban-feel approach as my last layout. I am working with a lot of 3 wide windows in an effort to reduce scale a bit and challenge myself building. More emphasis on sculpted landscape this time around. Many vehicles are inspired or in some cases copied from designs of other builders.
as a 1 year old moc user,i m used of people having gems or a few goodies,...but ,this is ali baba s chamber! so much gems!
gritty? mmmh,maybe,but i d say it depends greatly on the figs configuration,and this ,
wonder allows a great palette of moods,
i m striving for a city too,so i m a bit curious as to why you chose,this over that,
since your work is professional!
i d enjoy a journal of some kind, some questions i have like; why depart from the lego street baseplates? or some wheels seems a little big on the trucks,any page with scale comparativeness ?your trains are awesome,they re 8 wide,any place you know, that shows how it s done? i d like to convert too!
if you could answer this,on my page, i d love it,and be honored,thanks, again awesome, professional work!
You are the best builder of cityscapes and urban structures. You don't just get the details right in a dry sense. You capture the urban feel and flavor in a way no one else does. Keep up the good work.
Has that downtown feel to it with the darker colored bricks. Great job! Gives me inspiration to build more than I already do!
I like it
August 10, 2009
Most excellent. You have some amazing details and imaginative buildings in this city, I don't think anyone has ever made a carpet store or pool hall out of Legos. The city reminds me of the rougher parts of Dallas I used to drive through as a kid. Beautiful landscaping, sir!