Toys R Us

And here we go again! Brian Lyles churns out another amazing outlet store, this time a Toys R Us. It has a fully detailed interior, a delivery truck, and one awesome giraffe. The facade on the building uses an interesting technique of a wall of windows that ends short of the cornice. The design is well thought out, and looks like it should be right there on the corner of a big city. Great job on this one, Mr. Lyles!

Oh, and be sure to check out his new site, Brick City Depot!

Courtesy Toys R Us by Brian Lyles.



Gray Castle

There’s some amazing architectural detail in this model, from the ground right on through to the roof. However, I would really like to know the cost estimate on a thing like this! The entire wall is made by a bunch of 1x2s by the looks of it. Keep up the great work!

Courtesy Castle by Tavernellos.

Rødovre Townhouse

An incredible build, and quite unorthodox compared to those we see from across Flickr and other sites. This townhouse, based off a building in a Danish town, features a great cross-sectional view of the interior— with furniture and all. Check out the interior rooms for more great building techniques!

Courtesy Rødovre Townhouse by John.

Farm House

LUGPol members always crank out something terrific. I had a difficult time figuring out what the main picture for this model should be. Every photo is expertly taken and each offers its own unique view with an insurmountable amount of detail hiding behind every corner. This farm house (mansion?) is just spectacular. The red gambrel roof and how the entire structure is sort of “sunken” into the ground points to the fact that this could have been a barn at one point (at least that’s how I see it), but the additions such as the porch and garage make for an incredible design.
And this is just the outside….so take a look at all the interior shots too!
A truly incredible model. A massive amount of pieces and time went into this, and a massive model was born. Awesome job here!

Industrial Building

There’s something about factories and industrial buildings that I just find intriguing. I guess it is just all the different components that go into making one work or just the shear power that seems to resonate from them. Perhaps it is the culmination of raw materials, logistics, and the facility itself that go into making the products that I find so interesting. Regardless, I don’t see many factory models too often, so this caught my eye immediately. What I like best about this particular model is the restriction to a simple three-color scheme meshed with varying heights in the structure itself. It turned out remarkably well. Great job Luky1987!

Courtesy Industrial Building by Luky1987.

Japanese House

This was actually a coincidence, but when I stumbled upon this building I couldn’t help but post it here. This is an amazing creation, and best yet, it has a superb interior to go along with it. Who knew a musket could be such a good railing?
Courtesy 20101120 by midnightcat.