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Two Story with Basement . . BEAUTIFUL LIMITED EDITION ART PRINTS AVAILABLE on First in a series that studies abandoned homes. This piece is 2.5' square by 1' deep. I am selling Limited Edition Prints of this which includes actual sections and documentation. You can see more information at This is my first moc since coming out of dark ages a few months back. I chose to work in B&W to reduce the image to more of a textural study. As this was my first lego experience (since a kid) I had no bricks to start with, so buying all black and white was easiest as well. You can see more about this and some photos of it in my study on Edit: Wow! Thanks so much for all the kind comments!! It has given me a lot of enthusiasm! In terms of being my first moc, I have to say, that this sort of thing would not be possible on my own. Flicker, MOCpages and blogs have been critical in examining all the incredible work you all do and learning from the techniques. All I can say is I am amazed every day at the work I see - astonished really. The cleverness and ease at which many build is humbling but is fantastic to learn from. Some photo retouching has been done here to adjust for contrast, bring out detail and add background. I had a very hard time shooting this as it is high contrast: black/white and hard to hold details. Also a very old camera with low pixel and I had to get back quite a ways to shoot. :P You can see my blog above though to validate it's all real though. I'll be providing close ups soon. Unfortunately, I don't think there's much new here in terms of technique though. - mike

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