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The Queen Bricktoria
Published 2 years ago
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The Queen Bricktoria is my MOC modular building and depicts a London style street corner pub. The ground level features the main bar area of the pub as well as an outside seating area and a red telephone box. Level 2 features a games room complete with a pool table and dart board. Level 3 is a live music room with a stage and musical equipment.

Instructions for this model are available from Rebrickable.com
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2 years ago
Hey. I’ve seen this MOC before, how many pieces is it?
2 years ago
That's right @WannaBeBricks I designed this model last year using LDD but I've recently rebuilt it using Mecabricks so that I could create some high quality renders for the instructions I've been working on. The model contains 3412 parts.
2 years ago
Yeah. My favorite MOC’s you made are Brick square post office and bricks and blooms. Are you building the post office on Mecabricks?
2 years ago
Yes I have built the Post Office in Mecabricks. When I get chance I'll make it viewable and upload the renders.
2 years ago
The trim work on this is really neat! I've been working on recreating Main St USA, Disney World using the existing Modular Buildings, wish this was one of them.
2 years ago
have you submitted this to LEGO ideas? because I could totally see this as a set.
2 years ago
What do you render in - they look really nice!
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