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Bowling Ally (LEGO Town set idea) . Okay, although this seems like your everyday MOC, this one is actually HUGE! As most of you have read, Ambassodor Keith Goldman(he rules!) posted a report asking us fellow MOCpagers to design the next LEGO Town set. At first I just thought of some ideas for him, then today, out of sheer boredom, I whipped up a bowling ally in LDD. It only took me about an hour to perfect. But in order to finalize this...we have to list ideas in LEGO's special format~ sooo yeah. It said to use one photograph, but as big as this model is, I'm not going to zip through it. . THEME: Bowling! (my best sport BTW) 3 SET IDEAS: -Lanes with gutters and ball returns. -Bowling ally restaurant, arcade. -Lots of mini-figures having fun! To see the original rules and regulations, click here. Now let's get started!______________________________________________________________ An arial shot of the building. Here you can see the lane approaches and the front desk. Notice my fancy tilework. The ball return and scoring computer. I know that plate design isn't exactly suitable, but LEGO could always replace it with a more natural computer screen. The lanes. Due to scale issues, I'm limited to having six pins per lane. I decided to only plate the bowling lanes instead of the approach because no matter how much they deny it, LEGO does want to save money. Also those gray plates on the wall could be TV screens or other bowling ally related items like sponsorship signs or whatever. Hmmm...this guy is thirsty, but he has nowhere to get anything! Maybe LEGO could add in a food stand? The front desk with cash register. That gray thing is a blank slate where the LEGO company could fit a sticker, maybe with prices or food items, etc. The ball rack. Although there's nothing there, you could use those round Technic pieces for bowling balls.


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