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Clothing Shoppe
Clothing Shoppe
About this creation
Dave and I have decided to make some changes to our LEGO city, transforming it from classic town to a more Steampunk/Dieselpunk hybrid. My first attempt at something that will fit into the city is this clothing shoppe.

Strangely enough idea for the store started with the 2x2 brick I have as the accent pieces (on BrickLink it is: Brick, Modified 2 x 2 with Grooves and Axle Hole). Dave suggested the purple accents, so I need to give credit where credit it due. Overall, I'm very happy with the end result and hope this is the start to an exciting new era in our LEGO city.









Now I just need to come up with a good name for the shoppe - any suggestions?



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  September 4, 2013
Just beautiful.
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  December 25, 2012
have you found yet? there is no indication you did, how s my suggestion?
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  December 9, 2012
Amazing... Wasn't aware that a modified 2x2 existed...
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  December 7, 2012
goth cloth...
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  December 7, 2012
beautifully gothic!
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  January 31, 2012
This is lovely! The front window and brick work are Great :)
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  January 10, 2012
Here's my suggestion: The Steam Press ...considering the clothing item shown in the display window seems to be steam-punk styled.
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  January 8, 2012
Great build, those bricks really do look good on the front.
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  January 8, 2012
Very good work on the staggered front, Stacy. That's what makes a building interesting and you captured it perfectly.
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  January 7, 2012
Impressive! The colouration highlights the superb build!
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  January 7, 2012
Very, very nice shop; I love it! As for a name, how about "The Ottoshop" or something like that?
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  January 7, 2012
Nice work! The purple and grey look great together. :)
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  January 7, 2012
The purple is the perfect accent. "Otto's Naughty and Nice"? It has that great old neighborhood feel to it, sort of like something you might see on the fringes of university campus tucked in among the record/cd shops, thrift stores, pubs, etc. Ah, the good old days.
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  January 7, 2012
Looks great Stacy! It kinda reminds me of the record shop you guys had in your layout a few years back? Was there design elements you saved or am I just delusional again? Looking forward to the new and improved layout this year! ~ Chris.
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  January 7, 2012
Oh, now this is FUN! Love the idea, and the color scheme for this is cool. There's a slight Diagon Alley feel - maybe the Black and Purple, some of the architectural design - that's turning me on, too. So much potential. Looking forward to seeing where you guys go with this!
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  January 6, 2012
Overall a very good build! There could be a bit more texture on the sides though, maybe a purple overhang on some of the back windows or something. Looks like Hans beat me to naming the shop, but seeing as you hope to continue in this theme, a future building could be called "Ludwig's". Seems like a fitting steampunk name. Anyway, excellent work, and I hope to see more soon!
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  January 6, 2012
Groovy! Really digging the whole SP vibe. Can't wait to see what else you've been cooking up. ~Dave
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  January 6, 2012
Amazing details!
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  January 6, 2012
Great looking shoppe! Appears like they would be selling something just a tad naughty... I like those side windows, too, from what I can see. Should be an interesting series here!
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  January 6, 2012
Quoting Hans Dendauw NPD I agree with Nick on the Gothic feel this has, like it's from a Lovecraft novel! The modified 2x2's make a great accent and the reverse headlights on the roof make for an interesting texture. Curious, is Otto the shop owner? You could call it 'Otto's House of Habiliments', 'Octavious Secret', 'Britches and Such', or 'Popular Pantaloons'. =) ~H
LOVE "Octavius' Secret" - made me laugh out loud. Thanks, Hans!!
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  January 6, 2012
This is deliciously Gothic. Simply gorgeous! I can't wait to see more of your city looking this way. What a fantastic idea. Black, grey and purple, those colours just zing. The mannequin in the window is wearing aviation goggles... Aviator's Boutique?
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  January 6, 2012
Quoting Nick Pascale Avery good MOC even though I never got involved with STEAMPUNK it has a gothic flair! Have you seen my SILVER SQUIRES MEN'S WEAR? Here's a link: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/264683 Although it's done in Old LEGO Style unlike your Modular one it shows the interior. Being both DETAILED Oriented and of a CURIOUS Nature...I wanted to see the inside! I could imagine the use of both the HARRY POTTER and PIRATES clothes for sale here! HINT ;)
Nice detail on your build...makes me think I should really go back and decorate the inside fully. Right now there's only the "mannequin" in the front window, as soon as I have some of the interior detail done, I'll be sure to add it here! :)
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  January 6, 2012
Very nice! I can't wait to see more of the city!
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  January 6, 2012
Looks great! Nice building.
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  January 6, 2012
This is great and somewhat refreshing. Turning your city into a steampunk, dieselpunk hybrid is such a cool idea! The darkness and design of this particular shop is wonderful! Can't wait to see more!
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  January 6, 2012
The color choice really makes this build stand out. It has a nice Victorian feel to it. Brilliant stuff!
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  January 6, 2012
I agree with Nick on the Gothic feel this has, like it's from a Lovecraft novel! The modified 2x2's make a great accent and the reverse headlights on the roof make for an interesting texture. Curious, is Otto the shop owner? You could call it 'Otto's House of Habiliments', 'Octavious Secret', 'Britches and Such', or 'Popular Pantaloons'. =) ~H
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  January 6, 2012
Looks great! The purple fits along with the black and gray.
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  January 6, 2012
This is extremely cool. Once you get a few more buildings, all you will need is some steampunk walking machines and you'll be set. I look forward to seeing where this will go.
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  January 6, 2012
great build, inspiration indeed just what I'v needed. many thanks.
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  January 6, 2012
It looks like Saints Row 3
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  January 6, 2012
Love it...
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  January 6, 2012
nice i like the purple
Stacy Sterling
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Sam "The legoman" Knavel
  January 5, 2012
Wow, very good!
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  January 5, 2012
Hauntingly Beautiful, and very gothic. Name?... Vampiric Designs
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  January 5, 2012
great design!
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  January 5, 2012
So realistic! I love the purple and the different grey colors! ~LB Jr.
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  January 5, 2012
Avery good MOC even though I never got involved with STEAMPUNK it has a gothic flair! Have you seen my SILVER SQUIRES MEN'S WEAR? Here's a link: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/264683 Although it's done in Old LEGO Style unlike your Modular one it shows the interior. Being both DETAILED Oriented and of a CURIOUS Nature...I wanted to see the inside! I could imagine the use of both the HARRY POTTER and PIRATES clothes for sale here! HINT ;)
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  January 5, 2012
Looking good! I'm so glad you guys found a use for purple pieces. The overall texture of this building is very nice. As far as a name goes I am lost as well. Ye Olde Shoppe perhaps? :P
 
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