top down view!
1 rst floor,as you can see,
mutiple small baseplates have to be joined by technics blocks,
it makes columns everywhere!
2nd floor,note the enlarged elevator!
featuring,a doctor office-exam room,an operation room,and bed room!
street side view,from an angle!
ultimately,i knew from the start i would nt leave it as it was,
i had hoped though, that i d just have to switch baseplates,
unfortunately,too much had to be redone,so...
go look at the service garage v-2 for a glimpse of what s to come!
as the hospital v-2 stands next to the garage,
at the end of it s presentation,to put it in it s city context!
the front will be remade to fit slidding doors!
Quoting James Kontoules
lol! and you re right with all your neat,real looking fleet,i understand! i don t know why i love that type of ambulance so much! i also love the 50-60s cadillacs,like the ghostbusters,and the same type-period with mercedes! i just love the looks of em! with the red crosses,even though i know it s obsolete! it s signs like these that made me realize how cartoony my city should be like! thanks for your honest comments,a great help!
John- email me email@example.com and we'll talk about some ambulance designs. I personally hate this style ambulance, both Lego and real-life, I like the "box" style much better. I love the idea of sliding doors too! Good luck!!
If you haven't enough large base plates I would just overbuild them with normal plates to get a stronger structure. Might be you will do it anyway later to level it with sidewalks etc. I'm looking forward to the updated version.
i don t plan on changing the ambulance now,i m waiting for a new lego kit with printed parts,or a way to make,or get stickers,as for the hospital,v-2 is almost finished! i ll get on it this week-end,this one had many problems,the biggest was the many small baseplates,they made the structure weak,and instable!the interior was full of support beams,to attach the baseplates toghether!
Nice start on the hospital. Have you made any progress on it? From the pictures it looks unfinished and lacks details inside. The rescue van on the other hand looks very nice and well proportioned. Only the red cross is a bit to big imho, but to make it smaller you'll have to snot it. Might be a little challenge ;-) Or you just use stickers :-P Do you have some detail pictures of the of thing?