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what bookcase is that?
The quick solution is getting 2 sets so you can instantly double the size of all the 3 buildings.
One other impression. I was in Lyon, France last summer visiting family. This modular reminds me of the old section of town with it's 6ish story tall 15th century buildings and small court yards abounding. Very cool place to visit.
My favourite thing about this whole set is the AFOL apartment. Really nice touch :)
I for one would hope so, only 1x1, 1x1 with side stud, 1x2 and 1x4..... No 1x6 though :(.
Just looked on BL... OK, they are cheap already.
if i had been drinking a drink at the time i would have done a spit-take.
nice use of part's, do think he will upload a guide on how to make it?
or even sale a PDF guide?
Pretty sure it's a red flick missile! They've been in four sets: http://brickset.com/sets/containing-part-4526119
I am so glad Fire Brigade came out as it is, the one in the back does not appeal to me.
We got the most shots of the original green grocer design, with an interesting story about how the first interior detail came to be.
It is interesting to see prototype elements/designs make their way into other Modulars. It makes sense. there are only so many build styles. They don't show it in the video, but the instructions for CC also shows an alternate build which lends a design to the brownstone in Pet Shop.
I like the old style Fire Brigade also. That would be interesting. And part of me has wanted to build only facades to decrease brick usage. That looks interesting.
1) More streetscape vendors/scenes to work with a downtown setting (Flower Cart, Balloon Cart & Fountain promos were great - but only available for a very limited time)
2) One free instructions download for an additional small modular (thinking a 16x32 baseplate size) that combines parts from the specific Creator sets launched that year. LEGO has a history of doing this on occasion and a nice way to celebrate 10 years.
On the subject of prototype elements of the modulars, the historical products section of the Creator Expert site has some cool behind-the-scenes details I found interesting:
I've done some colour variations based on the Market Street design.
Like I mentioned the other day, there is a need for 16x32 modulars to be released along with the 32x32 modulars. I believe this will add variety and allow for different shops or housing buildings to be added to most or our growing towns.
It's also really interesting to see the prototypes and to see what type of designs were used and which were reused for other modulars.
I certainly agree with you there. There is this huge gap between Creator buildings for $30-40 and the large Modular price point of $160+. Something in the $100 range would be great as a stepping stone.
I get Assembly Square as a special 10th anniversary set, but what will the next one cost, $170 or $180 likely. That's getting to be a bit too much in my opinion.
The 2nd wave of the 2017 Creator houses look good. Lego is on a roll here.
I agree that they are on the right track but I'm not a fan of the facade look. At least for houses. I really wish they would go back to the complete house look, like
I'd be willing to pay more for something like those.