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Micro Modular City
About this creation
Built for the Microscale Contest in The Contest Group.

The factory.

This modern home was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. I wanted to use my clear 2x2 Brick, and the first thing that came to mind was a modern house.

A small park, surrounded by a sidewalk. A sign lies on the left side of it.

Yet another house. This one revolved around the use of a sideways Cheese Slope to make a pentagonal shape. I also wanted to use a different roof shape than I used for the other houses.

Another nature park with a pond and some small trees.

The tan house.

Three small shops. Unlike the other buildings, which are all 3x3, these shops are each 3x2.

A tall dark grey office building.

A tall tan shop.

The tall light grey building.

A cafe. This cafe was built around the idea of using the Cape as the roof of a shop.

The city can be separated into four 8x8 sections. These are connected via technic pins. The sections can be combined in a multitude of ways.

A sample new way of arranging the sections. This configuration shows that the shape of the city can change as well as the layout of the buildings.


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  September 22, 2013
I love the road!
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  September 22, 2013
Wow! the detail is amazing for the scale :)
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  February 17, 2013
I Love the yellow lines
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  January 20, 2013
Fantastic! Maybe the colour scheme is a little bit sad, but the city is great and the lines in the middle of the roads are cool!
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  January 19, 2013
Fancy! Origonality is a 5/5. A transforming city? Genius. Presentation 4/5. Yes the text doesn't quite match the pictures but the pictures are still clear and the build shown well. 9/10 on the overall. The buildings were well constructed but you might use more complex pieces. Total 18/20
 I like it 
  January 19, 2013
Awesome! The changeability factor is awesome!
 I made it 
  January 19, 2013
Quoting Kevin Michaels Cool hope you continue making it bigger
I'd like to, but I don't have enough pieces. It uses way too many black tiles and technic bricks, as well as 1x2x1 panels...
 I made it 
  January 19, 2013
One photo didn't upload, and through another problem I had I didn't realize it... Thanks anyway.
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  January 19, 2013
Cool hope you continue making it bigger
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  January 19, 2013
What an impressive model! This is such a great entry, you never seem to disappoint. I think this could spawn a whole new way to creat a microscale city. On to the scoring! Originality: 5/5 I first thought it was just going to be a city, but then you went all Cuusoo MineCraft on me which boosted it up to a 5. Presentation: 3/5 If the uploader was giving you trouble, I'll excuse it, but almost all of your text didn't match the pictures, it was difficult to tell what was going on. Build/Quality: 9/10. Your streets are what really stand out here. I'm guessing you used a lot of these: And your buildings were also great. A factory, office buildings, middle class homes, a high class house? You practically have your own little ecosystem of urban microscale ihabitants. Why did your presentation die? This is really good. Anyway, 17/20.
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  January 18, 2013
Nice micro city. Love the streets and the buildings. Best of luck in the contest! -LB Senior
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