I finished a new Lego house – a store where the Lego Friends minidolls are sold as “maxidolls” to the minifigure population:

Maxidolls Store front 1

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  1. F

    Sehr schick, beide Gebäude. Wie lange brauchst Du für so was? Der Bahnhof sieht nach richtig viel Beschäftigung aus. :)

    • c

      Danke. :)

      Zur Bauzeit des Bahnhofs kann ich nicht viel sagen – zumal der auch Monate lang fast fertig rumstand… Bei einem Haus ist’s i.d.R. so, dass ich (nach Vorüberlegungen) jedes Stockwerk in 2 Abschnitten (Fassade vorne; Inneneinrichtung+Rückwand) baue und jeweils 2-3 Stunden brauche, aber auch mal mehr, mal weniger, je nachdem, wie viel ich rumprobieren muss, bis ich etwas habe, das mir gefällt…

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