Five buildings made by svberckm (that's a tough name to remember.) I particularly like the red and blue one those two colors work really great together. And also notice that the walls on this one are made out of plates, which gives it some more realism.
I didn't buy any, but I saw 5 new LEGO sets today. Pretty speedy for UK. This plane was in Woolworths in Luton, and I saw the two more expensive Indiana Jones sets, the police surveillance lorry and the new police station £50 in Luton Toys R Us. I didn't think to take a photograph of them - wish I had. can't remember the other prices - sorry.
Look at this gorgeous CC style building! I must admit that the thing that I like the most is the ultra detailed 1st floor! But see the rest of the folder because Yurikostar didn't just make one version of this beauty, and there are plenty of other pictures of its interiors!
Well, things have been kind of quite around here since there are no CC style MOC's floating around BS. So here is a MOC so gorgeous that it could be easly turned into a city MOC.
This MOC won a prize of "Best Steampunk" but it's not just a great steampunk model, it's also a MOC that any CC fan would apreciate. Those buildings just look great! Exellent color balance and great techniques for buildings never seen before.
So here it is on Kevin “Kevoh” Blocksidge's Website.
Not only am I over-the-moon that designers from my generation are at the reigns of LEGO now... They put together a set of my favourite car of all time.
Congratulations again LEGO. I believe from the article that Steen had a lot to do with this one. Love the colours. It looks a fair size too. It will be released in the second half of the year - can't wait.
I can feel another Blog coming on for all the colour variations (flower power etc) that will be put together by the fans.
Not exactly CC Style - but worth an entry on the Blog. I've been away for a week in Yorkshire with the kids from my class. Its good to be back. News / pictures of The Green Grocers must be coming out soon. I'm also looking forward to Cafe Corner being Christmasised by LEGO fans around the world.
I had to move these comments into the main Blog - just in case you haven't read them yet. Can't wait for more news Jamie.
Your extended version of the cinema is fun! My original sketch model of that building was about 5 bricks taller than the final released version. We decided it was worth reducing its size in order to add extra minifigures to the set. More to share perhaps once Town Plan is officially released in
Thanks guys... Good to hear from you. Thanks for your comment Jamie. I like the smaller details like the popcorn stand and the gumball machine. The garage is spot on too. I'm looking forward to finding out how the cinema sign is attached. Did you have any say in the design of the new clear door? Any news gratefully received.
Heya Brick Street, I did not have any say in the door design because that was handled by another group with in the company. You bring smiles to my face with the compliments for the two buildings I designed. Town Plan was actually worked on by 3 different people. I did the cinema and gas station, Steen did the town hall and fountain and Jorgen did the gas pumps and two Vehicles. More info to come as the launch date grows near... :)
For those of you who are interested in such things - I am slowly putting together a layout in my loft - and here is one of the models.You may have seen this model in progress before in an earlier entry. This one is a complete re-build (one brick wider than the original).
http://bricktowntalk.blogspot.com/2007/09/seaside-hotels.html I haven't had much time to build recently, so this hotel is a bit of an achievement for me. I have decided to expand the size of the layout (twice the size) as I have the space. One half will be a seaside layout, the other a busy city with an added on dock and railway section (mostly because I have been inspred by the fantastic models posted on Brickshelf and visiting LEGOLAND Windsor and STEAM). It would be fantastic to hear from anyone, please make a comment.
I'd just like to add my own 'standing ovation'. A brilliant and fitting tribute to 50 years of the brick. Congratulations to all involved. The best news... its out in January, such a short time to wait.
Well guys, as some of you know I'm not just about CC style buildings. So here I present a MOC I made some time ago. It's a traditional red and white lighthouse, and it's the version 3.1. Although it's not a CC style MOC, it's still a town MOC right? Anyways it has been recently modded so enjoy and leave your comments.
A question: don't you just love this building? It's great! I can't get tired of looking at it. As us that make CC style buildings know that yellow buildings are not easy to look realistic. Congratulations voyagetom!