The year: 1944. The place: a small French Town. This is hopefully the first in a series of WWII French buildings that will make up a larger town display. I took a couple of quick shots with the Germans and US soldiers using the house. Any suggestions would be great as I have another one on the way.
I have made instructions available on my website www.brickcitydepot.com.
incredible, so far from what i ve seen from you before, hey august, check this guy s work, and learn something! well brian, that s what happens when people don t read! i can t shake out of my head that you will ADD MORE? as making a whole city like that? that would be just ...crazy! has it ever been done before? a whole ww2 city? anyways, i can t think of anything better to add to this that was nt mentonned before, just, awesome work brian!
Wow! This is very accurate. Where did you get those soliders? BrickArms? My only suggestion is it looks a little...smooth...considering it was just bombed. Maybe some-more rubble or 'studdy' portions. Just my opinion though.
Quoting August Russ
This is not yours!! you just bought the instrudtions off ebay! your a fake! that is so cheap! all you are is cheat! you just did that to get alot of credit! same with the other one its fake!
You must be confused. If you read my quick little description up top you will notice that I said I have the instructions for sale on my website. I also am selling the instructions on ebay and bricklink. I made the building and had the instructions made.
it looks like something off the film 9.
i really like the way you use all those tiles,where do you get them all from?did you get the german soldiers off brickarms?i can see you used some brickarms guns.
Amazing thing about this MOC. It doesn't seem to have a lot of details but the details that stick out like the uncovered roof construction, the bed, the home appliances (i think) bring out the best in this. This is a true masterpiece. Keep it up
i love it but since like realistic buildings in my eyes you should make like a back half maybe then again it be harder to take pictures tat way.hmmm i still love it either way so please keep building these
Advice you say? How about just keep it up!!! Very impressive, I love the effect the smooth surfaces has on the ruble. Cant wait to see the whole thing! One thing though, try adding a bit more debris lying around, when that much of a buidling is destroyed, it doest just go away, it piles up along the edge of the walls or on the floor. Very nice building though! =)