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St. SCHFIO Church
The St. SCHFIO Church was built in 1638. It 's built with giant marble. The four golden bell inside the for tower rings at noon. Whenever there's sunlight passes through the glasses of "Cross" of the towers, 4 individual big colorfull cross will be projected onto the floor of the hall inside the church..........all are fake! ^_* In fact, I spent about 23 hours in building the church, which is built for the function/activity: Brick Adventure 2010 held by the City University of HK.
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  February 12, 2011
Totally awsome! Great details!
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  February 10, 2011
AWESOME!!!!!
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  January 28, 2011
Great! For some reason it looks really tiny. But I know it's not.
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  August 14, 2010
Your models are wonderful!!
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  August 12, 2010
Quoting stefan kubin really nice work, especially the details and the colours are looking quite realistic. that needs surely much small bricks
Yup, this church employed a lot of pieces, esp. the smaller one!
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  August 12, 2010
really nice work, especially the details and the colours are looking quite realistic. that needs surely much small bricks
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  January 27, 2010
Fantastic work overall. It almost looks like a very small build from a distance. -Dylan
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  January 27, 2010
Fave'd!
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  January 27, 2010
Quoting John Moffatt It's a lot bigger and more detailed than I first thought. Great job.
Hi, John, I have the same feeling that the church looks bigger than it really is! I don't know why??
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  January 27, 2010
Thanks for your all kindly comments! In this creation, I employed a building technique which is currently used in the miniland of legoland. Do you recognise what it is? However, I used it as a much smaller scale. With the use of the technique, the appearance of the building looks specially, esp. the look of stone built. Also, I try to use much S.N.O.T. so the apppearance looks much smooth. For the colour, I visited some old building in germany 2 months before, and found that if I match tan color , with dark grey and sand green, the church would looks much realistic, isn't it? The main drawback in building it with such a style is that, it consumes a large quantity of small parts, e.g. headlights, jumpers, small plate, tiles and small technics bricks, esp. in rare color (sand green). These parts are now out of stock in my store room! Anyway, I'm glad that many of you like "the St. SCHFIO Church". And I will try to built more in different style, different way in the coming future! THANKS!
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  January 26, 2010
Nice work. A very unique approach in parts orientation and placement, and the color work is terrific.
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  January 26, 2010
Absolutely brilliant. Wonderful work!
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  January 26, 2010
It's a lot bigger and more detailed than I first thought. Great job.
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  January 26, 2010
Fantastic build! This is amazing!
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  January 26, 2010
Incredible job, all the detail is stunning!
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  January 26, 2010
The intricate detailing is fantastic!
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  January 26, 2010
Great job! I love the front doors!
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  January 26, 2010
Interessting building style and technique, which makes it quite unique!
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  January 26, 2010
Outstanding! The attention to detail is quite remarkable, a very nice structure!
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  January 26, 2010
This is a lot bigger than it looks. I'm very impressed by the difficult techniques used here.
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  January 26, 2010
Exquisite work! All of the details are beautifully done. :-)
 
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