This is my 2nd police station and I am much happier with the facade of this one compared to my first one. The first floor has desks, the supply cabinets/ wall, main desk with a box of donuts on it! The second floor has the line up wall, the interrogation room, and the jail cell. It also doubles as a Gotham City police station with a Bat Signal on top. Instructions are available on my website. brickcitydepot.com
The booking area, Line up mug shot room, the interrogation room and the holding cell are very nice touches. The outside architectural modular design fits with the town hall and fire brigade style. Only thing I would add would be some signage somewhere, e.g. Police, 1st district.
Thank YOU, sir. I don't actually have a Garand thumb either, but I use that name for most of my accounts. Why haven't you tried your hand (no pun intended) at WWII MOCing? Anyways, do you have a PS3? If so my username is GarandThumb. --Commenting on some of my stuff/faving me would be a HUGE help. Thnx.--
great work brian! cool police station, full of details, the colors fit the theme well,you kept your police car, nice, some things can be improved, like a front police sign on the building, the tool-weapon rack, your tool compartments usually stand out great, this one, does nt reflect your style, also, it would stand better an other color[brown?],i love your pic-identification room, some more details could have been added there, overall, one of the best looking and functional police station on the pages, delightfully detailed and colored! bravo brian!
Hey, this is cool! There's an odd color contrast going on though... the building exterior looks like it's entirely in black and white but everything else is in color... maybe adding a bit of tan to the facade or making everything else black, grey, and white would be a good idea.
Great work on the facade, the Bat signal is a total LOL and the mugshot room height lines are a nice detail. Is the brown round in the box on the desk a doughnut or something someone was 'smuggling' in to the jail? LMAO ~H
Brian, this is a much better creation! It has a much more cohesive feel than the original. The facade also feels much more complete. All of the elements feel as though they were meant to be together. I like all of the little touches you put into the interior. Regards, Eric.