Thanks for your comments!!
When I mean how you built it im interested what you used for the base, the tram and the road cuz I really like how you did it and want to use the tram road and the actual road and sidewalk for my street
thanks!!Keep up the great work
Quoting Yorgo Toprakcioglu
If it is possible can you PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEEAAAAASSSSEEEE send me the plan of this street or some kind of instruction or guide on hows to build this.
Well, I never made any instructions or proper plans for this (nor de I really know what it cost); however, Konstantin made instructions for some of the buildings (with only minor differences) which he's selling at http://shop.konze.org/ – he made them from the photos with only little additional input needed from me, so you could try this too. :)
If it is possible can you PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEEAAAAASSSSEEEE send me the plan of this street or some kind of instruction or guide on hows to build this. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will NOT build the exact same thing. Just to get an idea.
This is one of my favorite MOCs ever. Love the San Fransisco-like street. You never cease to amaze my with your pain-staking detail. I can't imagine how much time you spend on these amazing projects. Please keep posting, I can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Quoting Jason Jones
Please tell me how and which program you have used for your custom decals?
I used CorelDraw. (Basically, any program that lets you easily specify a size e.g. as 16x32 mm should do.) And printed on old sticker sheets that were originally meant for VHS tapes because I got a lot of them left. :)
Awesome street, and excellent rear of the buildings. I find that the rear of most modular buildings is forgotten, and am very happy to see such a well made rear. By the way, how did you make the vehicles stay still on the incline? Brilliant creation!
I like it
January 5, 2012
I like it.... THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST STREETS I HAVE AVER SEEN!!!
Quoting Csabo .
The airport sign on the corner building is from the 6392 set, right? I recognized it immediately, it was my first LEGO set ever.
Yes. I figured that since I won't build an airport in my city, I could use it here.
Quoting JS Can
How long did it take you to do this?
Quoting August .
How long did this take you to build?
I don't really know. It's been sitting on the table for months – and that's just since the previous house on the left was completed –, but there has been many a week where I didn't build anything or just a few minutes on a detail that had come into my mind. There were evenings where I spent hours and hardly made any progress, and evenings where it went along nicely...
Quoting Eivind Primotenori
Absolutely brilliant. I love your design of the details. How did you plan this work?
Well, I let the basic idea and the overall look grow in my mind, did a few sketches, calculated the incline (so it would align to the studs at top and bottom) and the ground height I need for each house, tried a few things with bricks (e.g. the curve at the corner), and then "just built it", creating and changing details as I went along; sometimes knowing what I wanted as interiors beforehand, sometimes not. Also throwing those calculations out the window when I decided to add the green Pet Shop copy, and so the road doesn't align to studs but had a 2-plate gap to be filled SNOTed in another direction...
That is totally great, mate. I love the S.N.O.T. work with the road, that was genius! Excellent building. I love the way the MOC slopes downward, throughout the MOC, that must have been a real challenge for you. I real enjoyed viewing all of the details inside your marvelous buildings. Great work, once again. I love this MOC. Oh yes, I have ONE question if you would be so kind to answer, How long did this take you to build? Ravishingly beuatiful work.
Actually 10 heads! *****
I do not know what impresses me the most!
Your understanding of architecture
Your grandeur of this MOC
Your eye for detail
the fact you have space to show it
or the expense of it!
WOW! This is an amazing moc. Talk about saving the best until last. The details are astounding. I noticed the betting shop on the first picture and thought it was a great use of snot lettering, and an excellent mod of the pet shop. The interior details and subway takes this to a whole new level. Stunning.
Amazing, you're a professional with excellent build skills and a massive collection :-) The airport sign on the corner building is from the 6392 set, right? I recognized it immediately, it was my first LEGO set ever.