Sunday, October 25, 2009

Georgian Style Town House

Mad physicist does it again, and this time it isn't a vehicle, nor a boat, and not even a jet aircraft. He's going back to his British ''High Street''—a project he's been working on for the past couple of years.

This build is excellent on so many levels. Let's start with the exterior. Rather than going with the modular size of 16x32 or 32x32, Ralph made two buildings each with a size of 24x32. As with most London Town houses, Ralph adds in his description, some buildings are ''more or less'' exactly identical, so instead of making two of the same thing, he decided to have one renovated—complete with scaffolding, a dumpster, and a portaloo!" It is something new that brings about a whole new inspiration to build in the CC standard.

The interior is nothing below average either. As with all of his CC style buildings, Ralph manages to squeeze in realistic features such as a stairs, tiled floors, couches, sinks, tables, and the like. It really makes the model come together, rather than an empty shell or hastily done interior that viewers see all too often. I'm guilty of it, and this compels me to take my time, and go about building in a steady manner.

So thanks, Ralph! There is no doubt in my mind we are all looking forward to your next building. Keep up the great work!

1 comment:

  1. Wow, this is great! I'm currently working on a building with my friend, so now we're planning on slowing down and taking our time... I spent an entire day working on a set of stairs.


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