Thanks! Indeed, I'm already wondering where to put all the big buildings in the years to come... Anyway, I will put more people on the streets and in the shops once I finalize the streets, now that I got a bag full of old minifigs after finally having (coarsely) sorted the last box of the old Lego from my youth...
Loved it. Also it gave you the chance and space to add two important features: A rest room and a loading area. At least now the mini figures can take care oif their needs and a loading dock means the store must be great it gets deliveries!
On the street an idea, the small street stand with chef and turkey wing should be added and maybe a delivery boy on bike.
Thank you for your comments on my little bank.
The flowers are not on the 2nd floor because the boss didn't get a chance to go to the "florist" (I designed - elsewhere on moc)to buy them for her administrative assistant.
I work small.
Still a bit scared to try the BIG STUFF and would not know where to store it once built!
I try to pack in as much as I can in a small area!
Just like when you go big you have the space and room to expand I go the opposite way.
Would I love however to do the interiors in buildings like yours!
the emporum is quite a piece!,i don t plan on aquiring it,but,adding two kits toghether is sound to me,as i do that most of the time,for creative freedom purposes!,your manequin joke is a nice touch! lol!