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this plan is not dead.
this plan is on hold until.
A, some time later this year.
B, #31050 go's on sale.
I would also classify the Ideas Big Bang Theory set as a furniture set with many minifigures :)
Is it possible that you can share more pictures to try and replicate your MOC?
Attached below is one of the images to give you an idea, but feel free to check out the rest!
and i have to say for the 1st time i may pick up blocks this month.
my plan's are on hole for now.
until i can find this set on a offer. any offer at this point (£24.99) is not a offer. it been that price for so long that at this point it may as well be it RRP.
however the idea of picking up 4 of this set dose sound good to me.
I worked with @chrisalddin and got some of his plan ideas and integrated them in with my design. I couldn't have done any of these updates without his work and ideas that you've all been seeing the updates on here. Really clever workmanship and it was a blast to build and adapt the ideas in.
I took his footprints, but expanded the height on the second floor to include the stone decorative window bay I had prior, changed the first floor front to include the expanded order window I had before. Additionally I added a trim detail on the first floor to break up the levels a bit more and added another red/white awning on the back for the same reason.
I adapted his staircase which is a huge win vs the ladder system from before. As it's using the roof accent pieces to make the steps I added plates to help strengthen and connect them and they were a bit wobbly before that.
Took and integrated in my interior details and some roof designs.
Still more tinkering to do, but I like the direction it's moving in.
Here is a taste from the gallery.
good work that AFoL.
when i 1st come up with it, i did not have mass of spare parts to full back on,
now,.. well now i do.
i think i may try to build a 32x32 corner Modular for this set.
still going to need 3 maybe 4 copy's.
only thing is. i only have a spare 32x32 red plate.
dont know it that will work or not.
there is also that little nag of Finding any for under £20. each.
when i 1st come up with the idea, i did not have a lot (if any) spare parts.
i do now i have a hole load of spare parts and part from pick a brick wall.
so i going to try and build a True modular Corner Deli. on a 32x32 plate.
will have to be a red plate as that all i have.
but 1st i have to understand the build and the part's i will have to work with.
this is going to take a long time.
good thing i got the Hole day to mess around with this plan :)
Work in progress. Only used two corner deli sets, added only the two crates at the back, the reddish brown stairs and the red tiling at the ground floor. (Used only parts from the free london bus set for that last thing).Planning on adding a roof/top floor and tiles in the front.
What do you guys think?
it's the same height as Pet Shop though, so I don't feel the need to make it bigger. I'll make a picture combined with pet shop when I'm able to!
One-up everybody here and create a way larger Corner Deli than the ones posted here so far?
Make a "Two Corners And The Rest Of The Block Deli"!
meanwhile I've "completed" the café part from the bike shop+cafe set. They're both about the same height as the pet shop set, but they look rather small next to my (blue) green grocer.
what do you guys think? Things I should change?
@Briking I like the start of it, especially the fact that you are making it a corner 'Cornet Deli'. The only thing design wise that is sort of abrupt to me is the color change to dark bluish gray right at the top to the upper window panes. My minds eye wants to see a single brick line of color going across that space. Whether or not that raises the ceiling height of the first floor would be a judgment call, but that was the only thing that jumped out at me.
Then again, if your goal is to mimic the Creator set as closely as possible, ignore what I just wrote! ;)
The interiors still need doing on both floors and the windows overlooking the balcony need glass.
The one thing that annoys me is the blank canvas above the entrance door to the flat. Feels like it needs some sort of detailing, but I can't think of what.
How would it look if you moved the two windows above the flat door and centralised them on the wall, so you didn't have the blank space above the door? It would mean the internal wall above the stairs would nee to be reduced in height or even adjusted so their is some floor immediately above the door to the flat? Do I make sense?
@josekalel I had a lot of blue bricks that needed using. What you get in four sets would probably be better suited to a 16x32 baseplate. Alternatively, use another colour for the "hidden" walls.