Sherblock Holmes

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221B Bricker Street - Residence of Sherblock Holmes.

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closeup of Sherblock and Dr. Watson

I'm a big fan of Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes so I had to do him in Lego. This was really a labor of love because I really dislike building structures like this. I fell heavily on inspiration and techniques from the Green Grocer set. Don't expect too many more structure like this from me.

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  1. fifthconspiracy 64 months ago | reply

    First the street texture grabs your eyes, but then upon closer examination, boom! the rest of the scene is very well done. Great work!

  2. Sketchy Business 64 months ago | reply

    I like the whole thing but the carriage espescially, it's very hansom.

  3. barleymashers 64 months ago | reply

    Nice job!

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  4. lightandshadow. 64 months ago | reply

    this is great. love the cobblestones

  5. peterlmorris 64 months ago | reply

    Somehow I missed this - thank goodness for TBB. I never read too much of the Holmes stories, but I loved the ones I did read. Excellent work capturing the feel. The cobblestoning is brilliant.

  6. gambort 64 months ago | reply

    What a great feel in this. As usual you've captured the action perfectly.

  7. yo3l 64 months ago | reply

    great work, i love the cobblestone road

  8. Garbageman13 64 months ago | reply

    Wow! Awesome little moc! I really love victorian(I'm guessing you could call this one?) styled buildings.

  9. Kaptain Kobold 64 months ago | reply

    This is fabulous; as a Holmes fan of many years standing I salute you!

  10. JonHall18 58 months ago | reply

    This is beautiful, I can't stop looking at it! Wow.

  11. tol557 [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Lego moc's, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  12. ASneary 49 months ago | reply

    Do the rims of the 1x1 round plates help secure the 2x2 boat tiles in place?

  13. Legohaulic 49 months ago | reply

    ^ No...they're just for filler in spaces where the boat tiles wouldn't fit.

  14. Zsdvnm 46 months ago | reply

    I love the cobblestone road.

  15. Peteris Sprogis 45 months ago | reply

    really excellent street surface !!

  16. scar1337. 37 months ago | reply

    This is absolutely amazing <3

  17. Lego Guy1 27 months ago | reply

    Awesome work!

  18. nj1890v 10 months ago | reply

    Way wonderful!

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