Sunday, September 30, 2007

Another by Sheep

Just found another building by Sheep! Interesting colors on this one! And some lovely details! Nice Work!

Buy Flowers in France

Check out this amazing flower shop by Banban! But don't just see the exterior, because this building also has some really interesting details inside! Anyways the detail I liked the most is the closed awning (I think it's spelled like this). Good Work Banban!

Skaerbaek 2007

Well Well another brick festival this time the Skaerbaek 2007! I liked some of these buildings, specially the one with the blue windows (too bad about the blury pics...)

We can also see the final look of the big CC featured on the blog before. And well it's huge. :D There were also other interesting creations soo check out aecwj's folder! MOC ON!

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Nexus7 strikes again!

Remmember Nexus7? Well I do, he's a great CC module builder that allways makes us happy when we see his creations. Here is a new module of his, this time a corner building (bold huh? ) Check it out.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Pharmacy x 2

More from voyagetom-01.

This one's Super...

By arealight.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Gray Tile Galore

Hi all, I've been out for the weekend in the Évora AirShow, I'll post a pictures of me and my PLUG companions later.

Even though I was out I found another MOC that is worth mentioning.

Hudson03 made this cool MOC in CC style with recent sets. Here it is.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Me and Bricks

This is me at LEGOLAND Windsor this weekend.
I like big bricks (see my other Blog -

Using 4954

City Building

From A-dog 's city. Click on his name to see more models.


From voyagetom-01's gallery
Thank you Fredrick.


Pharmacy from voyagetom-01's gallery.

Thanks Fredrick.


From MUTCHY's Gallery. I like the creative use of the roof windows on the ground floor.
Thank you for your message Fredrick (and sorry for the delay).

Town Plan

A bit of nostalgia. This Brickshelf gallery was called 'Town Plan' (so I had to post it).

See more in Gistok's gallery.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Module VIII - Yeah... just another LDD

Well I'm almost in school time but here is another LDD module, this time it's maybe a pastry or something.

It's not complete yet but i'm pretty happy with its looks.

Maybe you can help me improve it! Leave your comments and sugestions.

Stay Well


MOC on!

Monday, September 10, 2007

Seaside Hotels.

Here are some Seaside hotels for my layout. Eventually there will be three of them. I think the third will either be light grey or light blue.

At the moment there isn't a roof. If you know anything about my models you'll know I usually don't like them and they get broken down - but I actually like these.

BTW - Hopefully, if you click on the picture you will take my Brickshelf gallery over 20,000 hits.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Nexus7 CC neighbour.

Nexus7 made this really nice buildings filled with arches and other round details.

It kinda makes me remmember the 1st CC sketch, anyone has it?

Good work!

Friday, September 7, 2007

Sheep's yellow building. Finished

Some time ago Richard posted the WIP facade of this awesome buildings that Sheep made.

It's a LDraw render and that makes me really look foward to see a "physical" version of it!

Good Work!

P.S: what yellow is that? I'm not certain... maybe a "new" LDraw color... but I hope it's real.

Even more from TLS 2007

We all saw pictures of this amazing event on Brickshelf, but now see the photos hosted on 1000steine.

It's just amazing to see the creativity unleashed with the release of the CC.

Check out models from AFOL's like Jamie, Akos, and much more. Here

Lit up Cafe Corner.

Every AFOL dreams to have a big city layout with working trains, working lights, etc.

And Karsten Hildebrand done something jusst like it, ok just the lights but look at that!

Amazing realism, and what model better to do that than the CC?

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Akos - inside the layout

You all know who Akos is and what he makes. His buildings are beautifull from outside, but that's not all. If you check his MOCpages page you will see several hiper detailed buildings so take your time to dig every little detail (at least I will).

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

A Brickshelf with no news.

As some of you know (if you tried to post anything on brickshelf), you can no longer host your images on Brickshelf, so if any of our readers and contributors have a shinny idea and make a cool CC style MOC please contact me or Richard.

MOC on!

Monday, September 3, 2007

The Dutch and the Dark Red one

Hi again

Just posting a picture of both my real bricks CC standard buildings.
Hope you like it.
And comment on!

New MOC - Dutch Style Building by myself.

Guess what it's the 200th post on BrickTownTalk!

I was beggining to get tired of making MOC's on LDD so I tried to do something with some new bricks I ordered.

1st the MOC was going to be a CC style building but it ended looking like a dutch building, as you can see I still used the CC street standard.

What color better than sand blue?
Also features a dutch classic: working furniture crane (I guess some rich merchant lived there)

Well hope you like it and congratulations BrickTownTalk

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Akos' Interview.

As you may have seen – regular contributor Akos displayed his models at this year’s TSL Event in Germany. He very kindly consented to the following interview. If you have any questions for Akos – I’m sure he would be very happy to answer them.

How did you hear about the event?

TSL is the yearly convention of the German AFOL club, "1000 Steine". AFOL stands for Adult Fan of LEGO. I'm not sure how I first learned about the TSL event. It could have been a BrickShelf folder or a LUGNET posting I stumbled upon. I visited TSL first in 2004 and I have not missed one since then. It is a blast every year. The models are always great, not to mention shopping opportunities.

Did you make the models especially for this event?

I can not answer this with a simple yes or no. It was a "kill two birds with one stone" kinda deal. If I had made them for the event "especially", I guess I would be taking them apart now, since the event is over. So I did not make them especially for the event. On the other hand, if I did not make them for the event, I would not have taken the trouble of transporting them to Berlin. So I guess yes, I made them for the event at least I tried to complete as much as I could for the event. I started about 4 months before TSL and it was a tight schedule. I managed to complete 16 modules, 8 of them with furnished shops - this is often the most time consuming part of the building process. These models are more or less permanent, I am planning on building many more for my layout.

I understand that the event was in Germany and you are from Hungary - how did you get yourself and the models to the event?

Because of our models, we always go there by car. It is a pretty long drive but we are friends and we can talk about LEGO so it is not that boring. My models are modular so they take a lot less room when they are not assembled. It took about 3.5 hours to set up the models and about 2 hours to pack them away.

Did anyone make comments about your models whilst you were there?

I have received a few positive comments while I was setting it up but once it was ready I wasn't there most of the time, regrettably. Directly after setup we left for the hotel. The following day which was a "public" day we went to see the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Berlin, and only returned to the venue when the exhibition was already closed for the general public. And then we packed everything away so we could leave for Hungary the following morning.

Thank you very much for your time Akos – your models are stunning.

Saturday, September 1, 2007


Beautiful model. Check out some others in
legowiz23's gallery.