After a week of working on this I’ve finally finished! This is the completed version of my Empire Hotel MOC. This building was built in an Art Deco architecture style as well as taking inspiration from famous NYC landmarks. The hotel features a lobby and reception area as well as four floors of space for rooms and suites. Parts of the first floor were inspired by Rockefeller Center, while the vertical columns were taken from countless Art Deco buildings. The top spire was inspired by the Empire State Building and the large red sign was a reworking of the sign seen on the New Yorker Hotel. #legohotel#lego#legoartdeco#legoart#legomoc#legoarchitecture#artdeco#nyc
I posted a time-lapse video of this simple and small LEGO dice tower MOC on YouTube. The tower uses 248 bricks and only a few different types of pieces. Link to full video in my bio. (It's a little long. I'll be better. Promise.) #LEGO#DiceTower#MOC#legoMOC#tabletop
Дамы и господа, хочу представить вам мой новый MOC - чибик:)
Это придуманный мною персонаж выполненный в стиле чиби (большая голова и непропорционально маленькие конечности;)
Из вооружения у него: нож, пистолет, мелкокалиберный автомат и плазменная пушка 🤘
Here's a quick post today; a few new pieces have been revealed from the new Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle set. I found this while watching the designer's video, which I highly recommend. The designers of the set talk about the model and how it was made, as well as showing off certain sections.
The new pieces look to be 1x1 modified bricks with mini arches, but that's just a guess and not an official name. I think these pieces will be really good for not only architecture and micro builds, but as details for bridges and windows.
How do you think these pieces can be used? Are you going to purchase this set when it's released September 1st?