The Friends reviewing frenzy continues on Eurobricks with Pandora reviewing the biggest set of the first wave of Friends sets: Olivia’s House. The set is packed with details and what you see on the outside in the picture below is just the start. The house features a full interior with very clever builds. And whereas the Friends line introduces some great new accessories, most of the interior detailing in the set is achieved with familiar LEGO pieces.
Henrik Hoexbroe has created a lovely diorama of a French town – Royville – in the 1960s. It features – among others – an art-deco style petrol station, a Citroën car dealer, a hotel, and a train station. It’s very much ‘alive’ because of the many little scenes and Henrik’s brilliant car MOCs.
Go to the Eurobricks Town forum for more eye-candy.
Eurobricks member Alex54 continues his Town remodel with his next two modular buildings:
Alex takes us through a retrospective history of the models and shows us his in-progress update. It’s not completely finished, but it’s always good to check in with Alex’s projects. See more pictures and join in the discussion on Eurobricks.
Eurobricks member shutinc brings us an inspiring modular creation: The Wax Museum.
Check out more pics of this expert creation and join in the discussion on Eurobricks.
Eurobricks member kciR builds a clever little modular MOC:
It’s a simple building, but a spectacular sign. Check out more pics and the discussion thread on Eurobricks.
Dfenz builds an amazing Train Station and shares it with us on Eurobricks:
Some large MOCs hold back on the detail, but not this one. This is a huge SHIP (Seriously Huge Investment in Parts) and must be quite the labor of love for Dfenz. It was displayed at Dun Laoghaire (Dublin) model railway exhibition and you can see more pictures and join the discussion in this topic on Eurobricks.
It may seem like the setup for a mean joke at lawyers’ expense, but it’s the title of Eurobricks member cimddwc’s newest MOC:
This excellent MOC is highly detailed and cimddwc shows us every detail in this topic on Eurobricks. However, it’s only a small portion of his overall amazing project: Modular slanted street. Want to see more? We all do. Check out the Lawyers and Snack Bar topic on Eurobricks where cimddwc links to his other amazing MOC topics. He’s bound to bring us more and the Classic-Town staff is sure to get all of his creations, past and future, into blog entries here.
Eurobricks member andybear@hk brings us a beautiful new modular MOC, the Dourkau, Japanese Crab Restaurant:
Andy’s unique style and expert use of parts brings a fresh and unique look to this MOC, not to mention the peeks we can see of the rest of his creative little town. Hopefully, andybear@hk will be bringing us more MOCs soon as this is a stunning example of unique talent.
Join the discussion on Eurobricks here.
Eurobricks member Alex54 brings us new pictures of his fantastic modular creations:
To start showing us how he-rebuilt all of his previous modular buildings and how he agonized over which scale to settle on, he’s brought us an in-depth history of his Yellow Modular House:
Alex takes scale very seriously and provides all of his reasoning and conclusions in a very in-depth discussion. He shares his experience so you can learn how to build a fantastic layout like his! The result truly is amazing…and so is his clever use of binoculars.