This is my 4th version of my "mini Coruscant". at twice the size of my last one it is geting prety big. i will still be working on it just not as fast. i will start to make each building with care(i do any way. just not as much as i would like). i would like to thank some people for helping me with coruscant. hmmh! thanks to "JD luse" and "Commander Calamitous " and "callum wood" and all the other people who commented
a mini star destroyer. i know it is way to big for the city i just realy like it:D
i added more color as you can see
geting big is it not?
here are some more shots
thanks for looking. i will be updating it every now and then so keep coming back to see it:D. once again i would like to thank "JD luse" for helping me get started on it. thanks man.
as much as i would love to cover it in smooth tiles. i do not have 6144 studs worth of tiles. it may be cuz i am to cheap to go out and buy them(allthow i would love them) but lets pretend its my owne style for now
Edit: Thanks for all the posts guys, I really never expected this to get as many posts as it did, thanks again =D. Alright on to some questions that have been asked.
No I don't mind you featuring it in a blog at all, in fact, thank you!
Hmmm, if I remember each section of the City was a 10X10 inch Lego Base Plate, there are six base plates in my Coruscant. I am rather sure my old Math was correct when I said that I would need 6144 studs worth of Tiles, I am not 100% sure, but I think so.
Alright, thanks again guys, I just might put up an even bigger and better one now that I have a have a little money to spare, thanks again.
Wow, Gabriel, that is very cool. I happen to love Coruscant and it's spires, and I built one too. How large is your city section? What is the width by length? BTW, you mentioned smooth tiles for the surface. I bought 1400 gray tiles from Lego online directly, and they were only .8 cents a piece.