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The Enterprisers, competing in the category "Cafe Corner" in the 2010 MOC Athalon.
About this creation
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, boys and squirrels, to one of my three greatest creations of all time. Yes, I'm going to go out on a limb and say this is right up there with Blocktropolis and that cruise ship.

Of course, that's just my opinion, I'll leave the judges to form their own opinions.

Before this contest was started, I never thought I could do my own cafe corner style building, I've never owned an actual modular building set, so this was a challenge for me. Needless to say, I had to destroy my beloved beach house to build this, but I think it was well worth it.

Enough of my jibber-jabber, lets get on with it.


First, the exterior.



angled down view of the front.



Front view with slight side angle.



downward view to the street.



view from the street.



First floor.



Second floor. That sign would say "BOBBY'S HOBBIES" in bold red lettering, but I know the judges are purists against decalling, so I went against it.



Third floor.



Street action, we have a man walking his dog, and a customer heading into the store.



Street action, a different view.



Rear view, Kelso's favorite.



Another rear view, because Kelso might actually look at this page.



The loading dock, where a worker impatiently waits for a delivery.



A flower box, just to break up the yellow wall on the back. Apparently, Bobby likes flowers.



The roof.



A water barrel on the roof.



The air conditioning unit on the roof.



Yes, all floors separate.



Here is the first floor.




Now we have the interiors.

Lets head on inside, shall we?



The front of the first floor is the actual store. This is where Bobby sells all his hobby supplies to make his living.



Behind we have the storage room, where everything is kept until it is put on display. This room also houses the stairs to the second floor.



Bobby, behind the counter, helps out a woman with a purchase.



A little kid gazes with wonder at the more expensive items in the large glass case.



At the end of the day, bobby heads through the "Employees only" door at the back of the store to head into the storage room.



He heads up the stairs.



Now he arrives at the top of the stairs.



And onto the second floor.



He relaxes for awhile on the couch.



He heads to the kitchen to get something to eat.





After dinner, he heads upstairs to get a good night's sleep.



He walks past his usual reading area.



and begins to get ready for bed. No Phipson, you can't watch him get his pajamas on! Lets leave Bobby alone now, he's getting tired.






The first floor store furniture.



The counter, with things below behind glass doors.



this is supposed to be a model train steam engine, done to minifig scale. They would sell model trains at a hobby shop.



The back of the counter. With the computer.



The tall glass display case.



The center shelf.



one side of the center shelf.



The other side of the center shelf.



The second floor furniture.



The kitchen set.



one side of the kitchen, with counter, cupboards, sink, and oven.



The other side, with more counter, and a mini fridge.



The eating area of the counter.



The dining chair.



The couch.



the lamp and couch.



The third floor furniture.



The matching set of black, angular, couch and chair.



The reading area. Bookshelf, table, and another lamp, this goes with the couch and chair to produce a comfortable reading environment.



The bed and TV.



They set up like this, so Bobby can watch TV in bed.





Well that's all folks, hope you enjoyed!



Comments

 I like it 
  May 2, 2010
Nice use of parts to get just the right feel. You have a knack for getting the point across in tight packages.
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
Really cool. You did an awesome job on the interior! I really like the book shelf.
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
The only thing holding this back is the architectural details on the first floor exterior. The inside is brilliant and the second and third floors work well for me. I award 3 points. I'll let this one slide because I haven't given fair warning, BUT, THE NEXT PERSON WHO JUMPS ON THE AIR CONDITIONER BAND-WAGON BETTER BE WARY OF MY WRATH!
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
Tremendous build! Love all the details and furniture!
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
Wow, great detail! The interior is amazing! Great inspiration for me as I am in the process of my first building.
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
Very nice. I personally like the idea of beeing able to play inside the models and therfore create all the interieur :-)
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
Cool. I love the furnitures. Very nice.
 I like it 
  February 18, 2010
Nicely done, and it is a very tough category - the expectations for these builds is very high. You have done yourself and your team proud - Three (3) points. Lee. PS - love the furniture.
 I like it 
  February 18, 2010
Thanks for posting pics of the furniture. It really is well done. This build falls slightly short of four in my book (personal bonuses included), so I'm sorry to give it "just" a 3. Well done!
 I like it 
  February 18, 2010
This is an great MOC that is full of stuff to look at on the inside and on the outside. I really like the design of the building.
 I like it 
  February 18, 2010
Nice little MOC. I love the bed and the couch good luck!~NN
 
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