The packaging is similar to the previous series.
The back of the box is a picture of persuasion for a street.
One has 2 white inner boxes.
There is a correction page.
They are all transparent and of good quality, but the pattern lacks a bit of building block flavor…
A 32×32 backplane.
6 steps subcontracting.
Lighting parts and shared packages.
There are a total of 8 light groups, all of which can be switched on and off independently.
I found the tire skin on the bottom of the box when I cleaned the trash, so the whole set of photos is not installed.
A friend said that the elevator was not working smoothly. Note that a little gap should be reserved for the place where it will rotate, just like the state below.
[High Brick] The transparent parts are all with inner pillars, and the feeling is not clear enough.
So I used this to replace all of them (other brands need to be purchased separately).
International practice, first look at the minifigures~
There are 3 male and 3 female minifigures with different shapes. The body is a high-brick version.
Multi-faceted photo of the finished product
A very good-looking one.
There is a problem with the bicycle mold, all of which are crooked… There is no way to remedy it…
The flower trough outside the window sill uses a very creative spelling.
What does this ILIO on the signboard mean?
Garbage sorting bin.
Some modern designs are used on the back.
I used the remaining parts for the cross shaft by the window on the second floor to modify the outermost part.
Since the original drawing does not have the description of the sling above, the version of Rael is also gone…
The roof looks like this.
I installed a set of lights in the middle room on the third floor. It feels good from the outside, right?
The skylight on the top is easily removable.
The rear roof on the left and right sides can be lifted up like this.
Put down the stairs to connect with the second floor.
I also installed lights in this room
There are many rooms on the second floor, but there is no quick-release wall design, so it is difficult to play, let alone take good-looking photos
This one comes with a bunk bed, but it can’t be photographed at all
On the ground floor are 2 storefronts.
This is the themed bicycle shop.
The other side was originally like the reception area of a hotel, but the place where the keys were put has become these unknown things.
Elevator operation demonstration:
Honestly this feels like a fire scene
A lot of street scenes feel so good
The appearance is very good, fully integrated with the general European streetscape. It is a pity that the bicycle can only barely be placed in the store for display due to a mold error.
In addition, it is a pity that there is no quick wall design.
Almost all parts are produced by [High Brick], so the performance in terms of feel, color, and gloss is extremely good. However, tight bite is a well-known phenomenon. If you are afraid that your hands hurt, use a rubber hammer to help!
The original design is an early work of BA (BrickAtive), so there is not much high-tech structure. And some small places have been changed, but the impact on the whole is very low.