After my pitifully unfinished entry to Round 1 in the MOs, I had decided I wanted to give it an upgrade. Few months later, I finally got around to finishing and photographing it. Truthfully, it's a really great build, but I can't take a decent picture of it. So struggle with me through a badly lit interior and a tacky, abrupt story. :P
The whole build. To the story!
David: Hiya! Let me show you around my apartment!
The Doctor: Hello! I'm your new roomer. I hope you like fishfingers. And custard.
David: New... Roomer? I don't have a roomer...
The Doctor: Course you have, you've got me!
David: No, I meant - What're you wearing?
The Doctor: It's a bow-tie. Bow-ties are cool. But that's not what I want to know.
The Doctor: No... What I want to know is what's going on around here... Let's have a look at the basement, yeah? gotta see the whole flat if you want me to stay.
David: But I... Don't.
The Doctor: Oh well that's rubbish! How do you live down here? The smell's horrid and there's nothing but guilt! Oh, come along. Let's see the rest of it. *that's Rose on the TV, if you were wondering. :P*
The Doctor: Ah, the kitchen... That's more like it. As long as there aren't any apples. Or beans. Beans are evil. Who did you say lives in the flat above us?
David: Oh, just... Some guy.
The Doctor: Ah, yes. Well...
Kid: Excuse me, can you help me? I need help... Can you come and help me?
Guy: What'd you need mate?
Kid: Come help me, pleeaase.
Very nice build. The interior rooms are pretty nice and detailed as well, especially considering the smaller space you had to work with in the interior. And as you said, that sewer is nice. The only thing I would suggest are some sort of ornaments around the windows on the outside. The details around the door and bordering the roof are great, but after that, even with the bricks to break it up, the rest of the facade is a bit monotonous in texture for my tastes.