Sunday, May 20, 2007

Cafe Corner - Standards

MALUG refers to 'building standards' in these creations. I think the interiors are excellent.


  1. Hehe, I built these. Thanks for posting my MOCs. Our club was already using a similar standard for about 2 years now. What I don't like about the CC modules is that the baseplate is part of the building and it sticks out 8 studs on the sides. I decided to give it a try, though. I still don't know how the should be built... If we use road baseplates, they will add more width to the pavement which is already 8L. I will add all my future CC buildings here:

  2. Thank you for your message. I'm finding it tricky too. I guess if you look at a real road the width of the pavement changes. I'm intending to build a square rather than a straight road.

    I'm glad you don't mind your MOCs being here - they really are amazing. Please feel free to post my models too.

  3. "I still don't know how the should be built..." - I left out the word "road". :-) For my own purposes, I will use this:
    I build 32W houses but it can be used for 16W houses as well. I built a mini diorama to demonstrate it. (Each stud is a 4x4 area)
    IMHO it is a fairly simple and cheap method. For community CC events each cc-module owner/builder could bring the roadmodules with her/him. Roadmarks such as pedestrian crossing patterns can be built using smaller tiles. A narrow street would use 1 row (16L) of these, a wider street would use 2 rows (32L). I don't have many vehicles yet but I prefer 6W and 8W so I need room for them. (


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