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Grand Hotel - Mini Modular Building MOC
Published 5 years ago
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This is my 1st entry to the Mini Building Madness LEGO Rebrick competition!

Every LEGO city needs a hotel, where the tourists and guests can enjoy their spare time. This is actually my first ever mini modular and I really enjoyed building it. The most challenging part of it was to connect the different sections/floors. I built some bits of the ground floor and 1st floor using SNOT techniques and the roof is actually completely built upside down.
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5 years ago
When I rendered this mini model, I've increased the roughness of the virtual LEGO pieces in Blender. Can't decide if it looks good, or better if I leave it on the default value? Let me know guys what do you think!
5 years ago
LEGO plastic is more reflective with a low reflection roughness value. Your render looks not bad but it's wrong compared to the real bricks.
5 years ago
Yep, that makes sense. Thanks for the feedback, I'll try to make better renders for my next mini modular MOC!
5 years ago
This is pure genius! Awesome build!

Hope you win.
5 years ago
Awesome build and good luck!

And I would follow the advice of Renderbricks, the parts seem to be a bit too rough.
5 years ago
Thanks for all, guys! As I said, I'll try to make better renders for my next entry!
Maybe I'll leave it on default value and instead I'll play a little bit with the camera and lights.
5 years ago
Nice SNOT techniques! Check out some of my mini modulars. I'm not trying to advertise.
5 years ago
Thank you! I've already seen (and I think I liked) your modulars on Rebrick.
5 years ago
I'll probably make PDF instructions for some of my creations and sell them, so I thought I should make better renders for my custom mini modulars.

Resolution: 1500x1000
Samples: 400
Denoiser: On
GPU: Gigabyte Radeon RX 460 2GB
Render time: 36 minutes
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