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Jobasha's Odd Books and the Bistro Next Door
This is a remake of an old MOC, Jobasha's Odd Books and the Bistro Next Door.
About this creation
The old MOC can be found here: Link
That one was made two years ago, so I figured Jobasha could use a new bookstore, and the old Bistro especially looks kind of bland.


Jobasha the Cat is very happy about having his bookstore right next to one of the city's busiest food establishments. It brings in more customers and Jobasha gets to meet all varieties of interesting people.


Jobasha's Odd Books is specialized in accounts on the occult and old writings about unexplainable magic and so forth. Jobasha will have the answer to anything science can't explain.



Another enlightened customer leaves the shop






Close-up of the front of the building.






Even closer look at the Bistro's top floor.






And one of Jobasha's upper floors.






Strange plans are in motion on the rooftops.






Mindcorp would like to deny all involvement.






The loading door at the back of Jobasha's shop.






Homeless man is homeless.






Woohoo all the floors open up, let's have a look inside!



Jobasha's ground floor has a loading pit where his big door opens up to the back, some recently delivered boxes are still there, Jobasha hasn't had time to go through them yet.



If you have any questions that are bothering you, Jobasha's is the place to go: not only does Jobasha know a lot, his frequent customers are more than knowledgable as well. Aliencat, Mr. Hammersmith and Professor Neilsworth are discussing one of Jobasha's more recent finds.

This is Jobasha's little apartment above the bookstore. It's too small to fit a kitchen, so he usually eats next door.




The Bistro's kitchen is on the ground floor, customers don't normally come in here, the stairs in front lead to the first floor up.




Chef Micah is sampling some of his creations.






The first actual floor of the Bistro where guests can sit and eat has a tan tiled floor.





The second floor has a fancy blue wall.






And the top floor is an open terrace with some vines over it.






Jobasha still doesn't like rude waiters. Link




Thanks for viewing!



Comments

 I like it 
  January 16, 2011
I am a fan of modular buildings and these are top of the class.
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  April 27, 2010
Very nice! "Jobasha will have the answer to anything science can't explain." Then I take it Jobasha will have a treatise on the LEGO sorceries you conjure. I usually don't like focusing on any one thing in a MOC with so much to offer, but I find the red slanted roof quite fetching.
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  October 11, 2009
Stunning. I Love It. Unbelievable. Spectacular. Heavenly. Great Job Aliencat! Dylan Allen
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  August 26, 2009
hi Aliencat, this is such a great MOC. I love the detailing on the outside walls. You managed to keep the dominant colors, without goint overboard with all the greebles. The interior is great as well. Overall very well done indeed. :)
 I like it 
  August 23, 2009
aww, i wish i could build modular houses like you! i tried once but it didnt quite work out
 I made it 
  August 20, 2009
Hey thanks for the great comments everyone! :D
Quoting Chris Phipson You know, I commented on this when you posted it but it wouldn't go through for some reason. I think the pages were slow... anyway, this is brilliant! I love all the little details in this! Simple superb! Oh, and on another note, I haven't heard from you in regards to the olympics. Just wanted to make sure you knew the matches are up and the games are going! Good luck! ~ Chris.
Ooh! Thanks for the heads-up, I completely missed that. Oop, only 4 days left, I'm gonna have to start building!
 I like it 
  August 19, 2009
Fantastic work; the detail is just stunning.
 I like it 
  August 19, 2009
You know, I commented on this when you posted it but it wouldn't go through for some reason. I think the pages were slow... anyway, this is brilliant! I love all the little details in this! Simple superb! Oh, and on another note, I haven't heard from you in regards to the olympics. Just wanted to make sure you knew the matches are up and the games are going! Good luck! ~ Chris.
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  August 15, 2009
The details and aging effect on the walls and roof tiles is fantastic. My favorite parts are the roof tops and the furniture. Actually, perhaps the walls are my favorite. I simply don't know. A fascinating use of parts and techniques. Echt prachtig!
 I like it 
  August 9, 2009
Beautiful work - there are so many architectural details and textures that make this truly amazing.
 I like it 
  August 8, 2009
Nicely done! While I'm mostly a space MOC guy, I realy dig the city stuff you do. Someday, I may have to invest in the bricks needed to build MOCs like this.
 I like it 
  August 7, 2009
This is great!
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  August 7, 2009
Nice! I'm sure Jobasha loves his new place, especially considering how good it looks!
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  August 7, 2009
This is just SO nice!!! As with many others, I also especially like the tile-roof! This MOC has a lot of atmosphere to it!
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  August 7, 2009
Outstanding!
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  August 7, 2009
Weer een supermooie MOC! Ik zie weer een hoop leuke details. Hoe gaat het trouwens met je industriegebied?
 I like it 
  August 7, 2009
Wow! That is incredible! The architecture is great, the details on the bookstore and the top floor of the bistro are totally original! There's just too much in this to mention, great job!
 I like it 
  August 7, 2009
Wow man that looks so great! I love how detailed this is, and those rooftops rock! Amazing work!
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  August 7, 2009
weer een topper! Erg mooi
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  August 7, 2009
Perfect design. I love the whole thing. I recently got cafe corner and now I love that type of LEGO building.
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  August 6, 2009
Wow!
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  August 6, 2009
Does this creation and Jobasha's Rare Books (see link below) have anything to do with each other? http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Morrowind:Jobasha And may I say that this and all your creations are wonderful and bring joy to my life. :)
 I like it 
  August 6, 2009
Oh man this is cool. It's really interesting to see how you've reapproached an old MOC and how your style/skill has changed since.
 I like it 
  August 6, 2009
It's better to live near a bistro when you're homeless than in the city sewer system -- fresh air and better food! Great work, A.C.! You always mix colors in unexpected, yet brilliant, ways.
 I like it 
  August 6, 2009
Some nice cool looking buildings. Minifig buildings are more fun for details, huh. Good ones in here. Nice red roof on Bistro. see ya. garth
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  August 6, 2009
I pounced when I saw the email that there was a new MOC from Aliencat. I'm so glad. What a treat :-) Your technique is superb. No big, gray wall syndrome for you! The creative way you put texture and character into your walls throughout is totally admirable. And I *love* how you did the red clay tile roof section. Oh, yeah! I enjoy *and* learn from your MOCs. Thanks!!
 I like it 
  August 6, 2009
Nice work, and keep up the great buildings! They're great! I love all the detail and hard work you put into it. Definitely an easy 5/5!
 I like it 
  August 6, 2009
Zeer mooie en speelbare huizen, goed werk
 
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