Three Story Victorian with Tree



5' x 3' x 2'

50k - 60k pieces

Black, white, dark and bluish gray, clear trans and black trans colors used.

No foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise) were used – this is pure Lego.

Photo retouching used only for adding contrast and color correction & background.

Approx 450 hours to build

Second in my series of Abandoned Houses

(also, my second moc)


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  • Rob Deakin 4y

    Awesome - Loved it so much I purchased one of the prints and now have a little bit of it on my mantle piece.
  • xNadnerbx 4y

  • Eric Badis 4y

    This surpasses the ordinary MOC, which means this is EPIC!
  • Daniel Asc 4y

    This is beyond all I have ever seen, and is now my favorite LEGO creation of all time! I cant imagine how you managed to build it!? IRL, software or maybe you drew it by hand first?

    This is art, magic... You're a hero!
  • justin pyne 4y

    It took me a while to realize that this was build out of LEGO.

    You're insane.
  • christophe corthay 4y

    Saw your houses on Mocpages, and I still have no words to describe them..... except so beautiful !!!
  • Cory Janssen 4y

    B.E.A.utiful! Best MOC I've ever seen.
  • Matija Grguric PRO 4y

    Simply amazing. One of the greatest MOCs of all time. Literally. No exaggeration. Your skills on photography are also astounding. I would love some tips. :)
  • Mike Doyle 4y

    Thanks Matija, that's very nice to hear! I have enjoyed your work in past too, including your Burrow moc. Nice textures and love the way the roof resolves on edges where sides meet.

    As for the photography, I'm really not that good, I'm afraid. I cheat by taking many different shots (leaving the camera stationery) and move the lights slightly to pick up details that I want. I then combine the photos in photoshop. I bought an inexpensive soft box setup using two of them, one on each side of the moc. I fiddle a lot with all the shots to get the contrast and details that I like. Just a tiny shift in the light can dramatically change what gets shown and hidden. So, I combine to get the best highlights and shadows that I can see for the composition. I don't mess with the build of course in photoshop, just the lighting. The background is made up in photoshop. Hope that helps.
  • wardlws 4y

    This is truly outstanding....just unbelievably amazing! You have a very unique series that I hope you never get tired of.
  • Ryan *secret* 4y

    Wow this is going to be a big fixer-upper. When are u moving in bec-......wait, thats lego!
  • Sebastian M. 4y

    Brilliant work. I am blown away with the amount of detail in this model. Fantastic work. Keep it up. -Sabby
  • mister_jangojim 4y

    fantastic work !
  • Shufflin' Skeleton 4y

    Is that 100% Lego?
  • Ryan *secret* 4y

  • TheHaydster 4y

    wow, that is absolutely amazing
  • Sol_LUNAR 3y

    Oh my gourd. This is so mind-blowingly excellently awesome.
  • Ricky Rinker 3y

    As with everybody else, I could not believe this was Lego. I had to see the close-up pictures before I could believe it. You are so amazing.
  • Ryan H PRO 3y

    I love it, especially all the brickwork! Great detail!
  • arwen.romel.hanna1 2y

    very nice photo.............oh wait its not real house ..... its
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