This is how drive-inn buildings look like in Quebec,
they re mostly painted in this color scheme,
they put the vending machines outside while they operate in summer.
If they ever get 3-d, it might be surprising...xd.
Mmmmmmm, I ll take that for a dollar! [Robocop]
I made a few more in vibrant colors....
I added some diversity of items, oups! somebody shook this one!
I installed printed controls, and eliminated the tinted glass.
CREATOR S LOG;
unfortunately, lighting the machines was too troublesome,
as, I needed to buy special battery powered leds,
I need them to fit any kind of emplacement, so, leaving them open in the back
was not practical.
making them 5' wide was also impossible, until lego releases 2x6' studless plates,
as, it s what I d need to cover both sides of the machines.
as for the signs on them, I ll see what I can find in kits in the future...
Quoting Builder Allan
thanks Allan! the shelves are in fact light gray panels, that s how the machine can be 2' deep, while contain 1' items, I could put bright red panels, but, I m not sure these panels are made in dark red, but, it s a good suggestion if I ever see some 2' high.
Nice! I actually didn't notice the size of the vending machine when i first checked out the race but upon second review and also comparing to your previous vending machine-post, it WAS too tall. It might have worked in a fun park setup though, as one of those crane-thingy-games. These though, look very nice and more true to size :-) A suggestion for the chicken-wing machine: A bright red and a dark red shelf, for spicy and -very- spicy wings :-D
I like what you have done with my comments.
As the 5 wide was my suggestion you can build it with 2 windows back to back.(nice for the red one) plates or tiles from 1x3 would make shelves.
trans black window at the back would make the wall less/not visible bud would make lighting(not my suggestion) way more easy
Anyway good improvements
Frank they look fantastic ! I like the turkey leg dispenser , hope the power doesn't go out ! Check the dates people :-) . The addition of the spoilers with buttons on them really add to the authenticity.
Cyberfrank! I really like how the birght light creates the feeling of a busy street at night. Very urban. Like a movie from the 1970... like a police film showing scenes of busy New York streets at night. As always, well done! Attack!