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Preparation for Brickworld . Well it's my last night of Spring Break, so I decided to post an update of Brickville. I finally had the courage stick with a layout for Brickworld. Three more baseplates still have to be added to complete my goal of a 2.5'x6' layout. . View of downtown from the train station (which has yet to be named). A monastery. Guess what the three branches represent? Pathway to a church, lined with trees (flower stems) which I used to create a canopy effect. It's ironic that the window is a giant flower. City Hall and a mosque. Three old hotels. The middle one was inspired from Hotel Wisconsin in downtown Milwaukee. A residential building. This looks so much better in person! A soccer field. Impossible to find by tourists, this is where legends are born. The layout. This will be my last update until late April, possibly May. Hope you enjoy! -Paul

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