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I am in the process of trying to complete the modular buildings.
In the mean time, while I'm saving for some of the more expensive and older ones, i've decided to put some lights inside the existing buildings I have.
I tried lighting up just two buildings so far, but i'm so impressed with how they look, i'm going to buy some more lights.
I am just about to start building the Parisian Café too!
I have also started to build some of the Technic range.
These were both fantastic builds, and i'm really impressed with them!
I read some older threads where the curving was attributed to laying the large tiles down?
do other corner bldgs, ie cafe corner and palace cinema, also share this issue of the curving baseplate?
whats best way if there is a way to fix this? Any help appreciated, thanks
It was a very easy to use and simple set up. Click HERE to see how it works.
I managed to use one set to light two buildings. I'll probably buy another one set to light my Cinema and Parisian Restaurant (when it's built).
@Rsa33 - I have only found this on my Grand Emporium. It's not on the cinema for some reason. I don't have the Café Corner unfortunately, so I can't comment on that one.
I don't have any fixes for it, but would be interested to hear of any ideas that people have!
Plus, I wouldn't have the lights on for am extended period of time anyway.
altho by that logic PC should suffer the same fate as well?
have placed large paper weights to see if this will even it out.
Am leary of trying to bend it and potentially damage the baseplate.
Neat little builds.
So 11 BL orders and 1 P&B later here we are.... while the layer builds are what they are, I love the end result, much taller than I though (see the minifig in the picture for scale)
The nipper really enjoyed #21302 and #21108, so a good day was had by all. Even though we screwed up on buying it in two tranches to get extra poly bags.
Working on a soccer field for my son and daughter. About half way there, planning to populate it with some custom FC Barcelona minifigs as a Christmas present :)
Man, I wish I still had that!
Can't wait to finish and put all the mini figs on :)
def enjoyed the second building and tower more so than the first :)
I just finished the #10224 Town Hall last night. I think Palace Cinema is next.
I'm going to replace the Bride and Groom with my wife and my wedding minifigs from our wedding, just as soon as we dig through all of our wedding junk from July.
and cool! That's one of the older ones I want. I'm considering trying to BL it. I need to learn how to do it at some point!
still adapting new snot techniques (23 years dark age) and sorting tons of bricks from mixed lots!
i have the mechanism for lowering the bridge and the dungeon fall door already built. also some citizens: zombie ninjas. gangsta with wood leg. drunk girls. sorcerers. black knight with personal guards. and lots of ninjago villains!
but the sorting. oh my . THE SORTING FIRST
My original proposal can be found here:
My current design in LDD. (I've actually built it as the castle, but I don't have access to a decent camera at the moment so haven't taken any photos of the real thing yet. I've added a St. George's flag to the top - it is Anglican, after all. )
Wow that does sound large! How long are the platforms in terms of straight track pieces?
Cool, so if my maths is right that makes the canopies 240 studs or 192 cm long? So you should easily be able to fit a full length Horizon Express in the station assuming it's just two power cars and four carriages. Impressive :)
The full station should be at Brick 2015 (if accepted), and probably at STEAM too - if I can finish it in time. If not, it'll just be the half station displayed at STEAM.