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Erling's Café
Published 5 years ago
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This is my 2nd (and unfortunately last) entry to the Mini Building Madness LEGO Rebrick competition.

I think this was my most challenging MOC ever, but I enjoyed every moment of it!
Erling's Café? Yes, that's its name. I've used many 1x1 headlight bricks (also known as Erling Brick after its designer) in my model, so I thought it would be a cool name for it. Oh, and have you noticed the custom sticker on that 2x3 tile? The inspiration for that came from the coffee shop in Assembly Square LEGO set. I've tweaked the brick built logo a little bit and made my own version.

I think I also managed to make better renderings this time. Let me know if you like this model, I'm sure I'll make more mini modulars in the future.
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5 years ago
A round of applause for the insane SNOT going on here!
5 years ago
Nice arch using the flexible tube!!! Love the roof design!!!
5 years ago
this is amazing!! Great job as always KovJonas!
5 years ago
Thank you guys for the kind words, I'm glad you like my MOC
5 years ago
I am adding to the list. Good mark for the execution
Really like it.
5 years ago
Really well done KovJonas! I hope you win the contest.
5 years ago
Thank you Scrubs and MalMan35!
Let's hope for the best. I won't be sad if I don't win, this was a really awesome competition and I've learned/figured out many new building techniques which I'll use in the future for sure! I've also tested every connection with real bricks and actually every single brick (/color) that I used in this model exist in real life too, so anyone can build it!
5 years ago
Just saw you render of the inside of the building. That is crazy cool!
5 years ago
Thank you MalMan, it was quite tricky to figure out and I thought if someone would like to build it with real bricks, he/she can use that image as an instruction.
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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