My diorama embedded in MALUG's layout for Duna Plaza LEGO Exhibition
About this creation
This is my Town diorama, I’ve been building its various components for over a year now. This was the first time I had the opportunity to fully assemble it. The occasion was a LEGO Exhibition in Budapest. The whole layout is much bigger, my stuff is just 25% percent of it. A club member suggested that I integrate my vintage stuff into the modern era town by making it a movie shooting. I did some last minute building and came up with some “movie” MOCs. I think I will stick with this concept so I will build some more movie accessories eventually. The eight houses surrounding the square all have furnished shop(s), you can see the interior shots here, although several minor details have changed since I originally posted the houses. The biggest change is that the houses have full firewalls now, as opposed to only having the facade. (Thanks to my friend for a huge supply of red LEGO bricks.) Also, I hate the fixed sidewalks introduced with the Café Corner set, so I made them detachable. The houses would still fit perfectly in to a community layout based on the Café Corner.
Quoting LEGO 114 BUILDER
WOW how did you get all those tree parts i have hundreds of legos and plants but none of those!!!!
Got them from a BrickLink store.
I like it
January 9, 2009
This is a great creation. I really like the central plaza and the water-fountain is a work of art! Your vehicles are nice and it's a great idea to make them into a movie scene. One small comment to make is that in future why not attach the minifigs by 1x2 jumper plates integrated into the pavements instead of using 2x2 plates on top of them? That would make the scene look more realistic. However, the overall scene is wonderous and I hope you keep creating these kind of dioramas! Well done :)
very nice - this has so much i would have done if i had had the idea. now this is going to be inspirering for me and I will have to try out some of the stuff you did in this one.... i am speachless for a while ...
Thats an impressive layour you have there. A this definately a nice deviation from the typical modern town we see all through other layouts. Gtreat job, and I envy your massive collection of black tiles!