| by Kenneth Chase | 100 comments

LEGO apartment MOC building progress part 4

hello everyone got a little bit of an
update that I want to share about this custom Lego apartment building that I’ve
been working on for a little while I’ve made some mostly evolutionary progress
on the exterior and for the first time I have some interior details to share with
you I did not want to do another update video until I had some interior to show
so I actually completed one one apartment pretty much completed maybe
it’s not 100% but it’s like 99% I would say so pretty well completed I will show
you that in a minute not a lot has changed on the outside that’s
immediately noticeable though I have filled in a lot of gaps and just made
things a lot more complete also the nougat colored stripe the slash down
this side over here has been made much more secure just so the way that the the
upside down portions of that are attached or aligned at least a lot of it
isn’t actually attached it has very minimal attachment down at the base but
a lot of that is just aligned much better so tell them place a little bit
better I had a little bit of detail on the exterior of here just a little rack
for some accessories for people to use but just the tiniest bit of overhang
over the door for now that that you know the access door to the rear deck I don’t
know what else I want to do there because I don’t want to I don’t want to
take too much away from the shape of the building itself as viewed from the side
there and also that that slash have different color that goes through it I
really didn’t want to take too much away from that maybe over time I’ll I’ll
change that I’ll add something there but that’s that’s it for now I think I had a
couple of lights that are up here you can now see it from the side it looks
much better over here I’ll talk about the overhang at the back in just a
minute but I do want to talk about the roof also and lined the outside edge
with some Technic stuff I also just kind of made this a little bit more complete
actually changes the shape of it a little bit since you last saw just you
know just to make it fit a little bit better I think it’s a little bit
smoother and it’s it’s design around but just put some Technic beams around
the edge just to have a little bit of different detail those aren’t connected
in all the places you’ll see them kind of floating at the ends of some of the
axles just a little bit but I think you know this it’s just a different look I
don’t know if I particularly like it particularly dislike it I was thinking
about doing a living roof you know either something that was
actually planted or having a garden up there and the more I thought about that
just kind of looking at the I guess the evidence that I’ve established so far in
terms of the the climate of this this place I mean you know there’s it looks
like there’s gonna be a fair amount of greenery but I had the whole thing that
I was doing with this hill over here where I had one side that’s relatively
arid relatively dry you know we’re not a lot of greenery can can grow on it so I
got to thinking that you know a green roof might require a fair amount of or
just some regular maintenance direct maintenance and access from people to
work on it you know and to keep everything in good shape and that would
require actual access which would require a staircase or extending the
elevator shaft up there and I really didn’t want to do that so I decided
against that just put in some small details for now I actually wanted to put
in more solar panels than I have there but I ran out of the one by eight to
printed tiles that I really really wanted to use for this project in
particular maybe in the future I’ll expand that a little bit I think that
would be good to have at least two more of those I don’t want to set a precedent
for all of the buildings in this city to kind of require a lot of solar power
generation on them yeah I don’t want the whole city to just have solar panels
solar panels all around so everywhere so I’ve got the the one the octan factory
building back there has some solar panels and unfortunately those are lined
up the same way as this although the the windows on that one on the Sawtooth
Sawtooth roof aren’t lined up properly but I’ll just have to live with that for
now this is access here for the elevator shaft just
yeah for maintenance access this is something for getting internet service
to the tenants a couple of HVAC units got it get it round the other side does
it look any different nope looks pretty boring from this side it’s a little bit
different from the front where I’ve got the actual radiators they’re pretty
simple though but I’ll probably add some more detail up here but for now it’s not
too bad you know it’s it could definitely use something more in this
area at least texturing or something I’m definitely not gonna tile that all over
I definitely need to add more water here I just don’t have pieces yeah a lot of
things I’m not even gonna talk about usually I III get into talking about how
many things I’ve been restricted on by the lack of pieces even though I have
you know hundreds of thousands of pieces which seems ridiculous to every running
out of pieces but I’m not even going to talk about that now because it’s it’s
just it’s just something that always happens I’ve dealt with it you know I’ve
worked with it I’ve worked around it I’ve made design decisions based on
restrictions of parts and it’s worked out just fine so I don’t need to be
complaining about that everything’s going just well enough back here since
the very beginning I’ve considered having these I don’t know the the
correct architectural or structural engineering term for these these braces
here it would be you know steel basically i-beams probably and inside of
there as may have some covering over it just for for the looks to make them
smooth but you know the strong supports that would go all the way across the
entire building and then they just happened to be on stilts you know they
have to be on vertical supports that are extended beyond the building which
really isn’t gonna hurt things very much that’s an idea that I had been thinking
about since the very beginning with the whole idea of having lots of overhang on
this entire building and I don’t know where think about it now it’s kind of
important I feel to have at least the look of some support back here you can
see that one of them’s not even connected just cuz it was a temporary
thing you’re just kind of looking at the look there is going to be a fence along
the inside here so the the train will kind of go through a channel
fencing it’ll be a sound wall on this side on the inside and then you have
this this vine trellis fence on the outside you know so there there will be
something here cars won’t be able to just look directly at the trains or
anything but no I kind of like having these extending back here I’ve tried it
with and without those of Dredd have having it lined up where the the posts
comes straight down from these dark red areas kind of like it is over there
right now I don’t know I think I’m gonna keep this
and not sure if I’m gonna add one out here just to kind of continue that theme
let me know what you think about that I can I can kind of go either way it’s
gonna be a rare rare case where one of my fully custom things I’m I’m actually
open to feedback because like I I I could go either way I’m right now I’m
leaning towards leaving it like this but ya know I think it helps and I think
once I get the wall in there he’ll help as well but maybe it looks weird you
know maybe I’m just I’ve been looking at this for too long myself the roof
actually helps to keep things in nice and tidy some of the some of the design
some of the angles here aren’t aren’t ideal for connecting things up up above
so the roof is just sat on but it’s actually clamping the sides so it’s
keeping everything kind of together grouped together the way that it should
and this just pulls right off this is all one one single assembly so that
comes out very easily that’s very convenient see if I can find a
convenient place to sit it down I didn’t even think of that
hey okay so on the inside I have one apartment like I said that’s that’s kind
of done that’s mostly done this is the entrance to it so this is elevator shaft
here people would come up and they would either go into that apartment or they go
into this one they go into this one the first thing that they seem we have to
bring you around I’m not gonna I’m gonna take this part and take it into the
studio to show you this but this guy who lives here just has some some things on
display there a little display area a fake plant he’s got a small kitchenette
you know very limited fun space here is a lemon
number of things that I can actually do I did enjoy some of the the building
work that went into this sorry I’m really extending my my arm is way way
out to get here but and hopefully this isn’t too shaky or you can basically see
what’s going on this is the living room area he’s got a a but case up over there
and he’s got his TV with some speakers and some entertainment centers stuff a
little coffee table there as well bedrooms back there made a bed oh I’m
running into my my hospital laundry beside close quarters here but yeah this
is a little bit of a furniture up top and he also has a picture on a wall over
here of a McLaren I guess this guy likes design he’s a student of design or maybe
he’s actually a designer an engineer himself and then the bathroom
interesting the bathroom was the very first thing that I did because I felt
that would be the most limited and limiting thing the space limiting ended
up being much larger than it needs to be to be a bathroom but I kind of needed to
use that space actually just did here I need to need it to happen
um I’ve got one weird thing going on here I need to change out these pieces
here make those black I didn’t even realize that seriously as I was going
back and forth trying to decide what the colors would be but yeah a little bit a
slash angle going through the air and the 45-degree angle and some detailing
inside the shower cabinet area so that’s good honey
yeah do have the do have the drain in place sorry that focus isn’t working so
well here and my camera skills are not that great right
now I didn’t really prepare for this I just want to talk about it
show it hopefully we’re gonna okay and the sink is over there and that’s that
so that’s one apartment I think that’s gonna be the larger of the two up here
and it’s gonna be interesting to say the least doing the smaller apartments down
down below especially with the with the restroom the bathroom because you know
you won’t have some privacy or some some ability to create privacy there you know
with this there can be shades over in these windows here you know our curtains
or something that’s that’s easy to do at least easy to think of I could put some
tops put some on there as well I think I’m gonna leave it open just for now but
the next one maybe the bathroom will also be in that corner I can to put the
bed back in that corner somewhere where am I gonna put the bathroom it’s gonna
be interesting it’s gonna be even more interesting when I get to the the middle
layer there and I think I’ve pretty much decided that the ground floor is not
going to have an apartment in it I’m gonna use that space for a gym so it’s
gonna have the male pickup on one side and male pickup and or mailboxes and
elevator on one side that’s on the right side as you see it and then little gym
on the on the left side of it I still might switch that back over to being an
apartment but for right now I’m just gonna go with the gym not trying to
waste a lot of your time with this video I hope that I showed you everything that
is new give you just one last look at it from a little bit more distance with her
with the roof back on so that’s kind of how things have worked out the parking
arrangements are not ideal they’re not entirely real realistic with turnaround
space and all four cars but I just wanted to be able to park some cars down
there and you know had had the space to do it still have the building and I
think this has worked out okay I need to tile up the ground itself a little bit
you know where they the cars will go through finished
finish up the terrain that goes next to the and well next to and under the train
tracks there which are presently not connected because I just keep pulling
them in and out as I move this thing around to get it back to my workspace
need to get the sound wall in there and then yeah just smooth things out and I
think there’s one more gap underneath the gray overhang in front that needs to
be filled up and otherwise I just have some more apartments to to fill up you
know to put detail inside of so that’s that for now I’m gonna keep working on
it and I’ll give you an update the next time there’s enough stuff worth showing
you thanks for watching talk to you in soon



Oct 10, 2018, 3:27 am Reply

It's looking great 🙂 hope you're enjoying making things as much as we all enjoy seeing your creativity! ^_^

Brandy Collins

Oct 10, 2018, 4:02 am Reply

I really like how the different lengths of the i-beam/ posts hug the curve of the railroad tracks. Two more posts (1 on either side) could really accentuate the effect.

faisal osman

Oct 10, 2018, 4:17 am Reply

do the interior tour


Oct 10, 2018, 4:20 am Reply

One of the brown cheese slopes has a crack down the middle. In case you haven't noticed

InventorZahran 327

Oct 10, 2018, 5:34 am Reply

This isn't Solar City!

But I'm glad you take solar panels into account when designing roof details.

M. G. Seymour

Oct 10, 2018, 5:41 am Reply

honestly Jang you should get that fence done. I say this only because it may cause you to see the back of the building differently and maybe it will spark you to want to change it entirely. the sound wall I think will change how the back looks.

Brick Bakery

Oct 10, 2018, 7:23 am Reply

Wauw – I really like the interior you made on the top floor! Love that you've added the Indy-idol 😀 GReat stuff! It's very cool how you are sharing the process on this build – wonderful to see the evolution and hear something about your thoughts on the process too! I like the elevator/mail/gym idea for the gournd floor! Really looking forward to the next update 🙂

Papa Est Perpetuam

Oct 10, 2018, 8:05 am Reply

Love the build… we’ve noticed you’ve been away for a while. Hope everything’s ok, take a break if it’s necessary.

Anush Yaranushian

Oct 10, 2018, 8:33 am Reply

Cool ?


Oct 10, 2018, 10:37 am Reply

I feel that the supports going all the way to the train tracks make in universe sense as it would give the area the largest uninterrupted area. As such I think that both the corner and the second one connected to the pool should go back to the tracks.


Oct 10, 2018, 11:12 am Reply

I like the extended section out the back, I can't decide of it's a cantilever truss or a flying buttress but it looks good. I'd suggest extend all of them out so they line up in a gentle curve that mirrors the train track, and probably put some sort of fence or barrier between the parking and the train line. Even just the actual netting (71155). Plus more plants 🙂
Keep up the good work, I love your city

Yair Liebert

Oct 10, 2018, 11:14 am Reply

I like the buttresses. I think they add to the overall curve and look to the building. But you should definitely roof them. Good luck

Edward Morrison

Oct 10, 2018, 11:15 am Reply

I was just thinking what about a deck on the back of the apartment


Oct 10, 2018, 12:21 pm Reply

Very good, thank you JANGBRICKS


Oct 10, 2018, 1:21 pm Reply

To be honest the soundwalls and fencing is plain ugly. It hides clear sight and precedent to go all around fencing. Just live with trainloving Lego characters!

Toys King Planet

Oct 10, 2018, 2:19 pm Reply

I like it very much! What a great MOC ! 🙂


Oct 10, 2018, 3:11 pm Reply

I woud never bulid apartament like that cuz i see its super big and detailed and i even dont have too much pieces its so good


Oct 10, 2018, 3:55 pm Reply

I don't know why but I am not feeling the swimming pool at all. It looks too big and just too out of place. A smaller jacuzzi would be better, surrounded by small trees and plants in pots. I really like the overall shape of the house but I really think a green roof and some more vines on the exterior would give it more character.

Jamie Olberding

Oct 10, 2018, 4:34 pm Reply

When will you be running all of your trains on your LEGO Layout?


Oct 10, 2018, 4:45 pm Reply

Are you thinking about maybe doing shaded parking?

Free Seeker

Oct 10, 2018, 4:48 pm Reply

Looking good Jang!!

Commander Joir

Oct 10, 2018, 5:18 pm Reply

i like the extended support at the back. The apartment looks cool too.

Emma Callan

Oct 10, 2018, 5:23 pm Reply

My OCD can't handle the pool not being completely square ?

Dakota Pevino

Oct 10, 2018, 5:46 pm Reply

Love it entirely.

The Lego pieces

Oct 10, 2018, 5:57 pm Reply

Good to go

Sebastian Weinholdt

Oct 10, 2018, 6:27 pm Reply

More skyscrapers

alex llewellyn

Oct 10, 2018, 7:19 pm Reply

a little change you could do: ad graffitis in the walls of the train rails

A random legit boi Cool

Oct 10, 2018, 7:53 pm Reply

Wow this is so good your awesome man and good progress

Life With Todd

Oct 10, 2018, 8:25 pm Reply

Wildstyle is chillin ?


Oct 10, 2018, 8:43 pm Reply

do a unmarked police car

One Qwerty boi

Oct 10, 2018, 9:48 pm Reply

More of a hotel or motel

One Qwerty boi

Oct 10, 2018, 9:49 pm Reply

Hide a Benny in your city


Oct 10, 2018, 10:41 pm Reply

Looking good and its great to see the city again!

Thomas The Ninja Artist

Oct 10, 2018, 10:49 pm Reply

I love the amount of detailing inside the apartment! I sincerely think that your creations get better with the more progress you make in your city!

Cryptic vortex

Oct 10, 2018, 12:06 am Reply

You should make a stop motion video

Micah Kallod

Oct 10, 2018, 12:35 am Reply

I like the I-Beams and I think you should also extend the one on the end. Everything looks great!


Oct 10, 2018, 12:36 am Reply

How do you get to the elevator shaft if you can’t get on the roof

Noork 117

Oct 10, 2018, 1:54 am Reply

What's the point of a pool if the ocean is right next to the apartment building

Bob Hughes

Oct 10, 2018, 2:15 am Reply

Hey Jang. Seeing the progress is great! I don't think a fan of the extended support pillars. For the second bathroom on the third floor, I reccomend moving the entrance door of the apartment towards the front of the building 4 or 5 studs, therefor creating a corner between two walls, perfect for a tiny bathroom.

Dusty Craft

Oct 10, 2018, 2:31 am Reply

My imagination wants to tell me that red truck out front belongs to the either head builder or the building manager because it's always out front.

Charles Smittenaar

Oct 10, 2018, 2:51 am Reply

Love where you're going with this. I like the extended beams at the base coming out the back. One suggestion for use of them would be to create a bbq grilling area for the tenants or something like that. Or just a trellis covering for the parking area.

Jackson Wilk

Oct 10, 2018, 3:23 am Reply

I think the back overhang adds some really good shape and depth to the build, but I'm sure you'll make the right decision in the end!


Oct 10, 2018, 3:26 am Reply

What is that gold head piece in the apartment from?

Landon Miles

Oct 10, 2018, 3:55 am Reply

Keep the supports the way they r


Oct 10, 2018, 4:01 am Reply

It looks nice… It's just the smallest apartment building I've ever seen

Epic gamer girl

Oct 10, 2018, 5:11 am Reply

Hey if you do a scene from 911 on fox

A Res

Oct 10, 2018, 8:41 am Reply

This is AMAZING!!!

I have a bit of a silly but important question: how do you keep your displays dust-free? I only have a few models out on my shelves and they're already collecting dust. LEGO is not easy to clean but your whole display doesn't have a speck of dust. How?

Once again, amazing work!!!! I love your channel creativity and reviews!!!!

Angel Mcfadden

Oct 10, 2018, 8:59 am Reply

How about an observatory on top of the mountain?

Liam Zamiel Rios

Oct 10, 2018, 9:14 am Reply

solar panels, aircon compressors, very creative.

Antony Turner

Oct 10, 2018, 10:19 am Reply

Many I love your work dude, always watching your vids past an present, but why waste space on that lovely balcony when your minifigs live next to the beach?

HammerJack 1

Oct 10, 2018, 10:36 am Reply

Do u have a video on classic car mocs?


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Oct 10, 2018, 3:14 pm Reply

what a great build!
i like the stilts as well, looks reasonable.

the apartment is very well detailed too, great job

Rainey Piechowski

Oct 10, 2018, 3:30 pm Reply

I just don't see where the pool can be more than 2 feet deep in minifigure scale!

Arnold de Vries

Oct 10, 2018, 6:10 pm Reply

Love this building, Jang! My new favorite next to the Octan factory 🙂

BannanaJay 2

Oct 10, 2018, 8:56 pm Reply


Charlie Polz

Oct 10, 2018, 9:56 pm Reply

You should make a Vegas style hotel!

Dr. Pepper Man

Oct 10, 2018, 10:01 pm Reply

Have you heard of the RepublicAttak robbery?
It’s pretty sad

Land Biscuit

Oct 10, 2018, 12:30 am Reply

Taking me back to childhood x1000, great job buddy, looking good

Yera Saenz

Oct 10, 2018, 1:35 am Reply

You should make lego sets this is amazing i wish i could build like that to

Kommandant Shad

Oct 10, 2018, 7:45 am Reply

I think the extended posts would look better with vines on top to help shade the cars.

Aaron Schuster

Oct 10, 2018, 8:36 am Reply

One of the cloth pieces from Jabba's Sail Barge could look cool as an overhang/shade for the pool area.

Erradiant 101

Oct 10, 2018, 9:49 am Reply


jason blake

Oct 10, 2018, 11:02 am Reply

Hi Jang! Well done on the building! About the supports, I say keep them! If the whole point of the building was to be aesthetically displeasing, wouldn't this make sense? Why not add a kind of canvas esque shade over It?

Jonah Mathias Øverby

Oct 10, 2018, 11:30 am Reply

i think that the thing that is near the train track can make it har to get the tracks down like the other side and it can also be hard to get the fences when its so tight from the building and the tracks, but the aprtments are cool when the building is done i think that it's going to be cool! but the ting i wrote first is my opinion.

TJ Bricks

Oct 10, 2018, 2:25 pm Reply

Like the overhanging bit I think you should add a canopy over it to cover the cars ? is looking good overall though

Phantom Coasters

Oct 10, 2018, 4:09 pm Reply

Those things on the back are flying buttresses. Not even kidding, they’re called that


Oct 10, 2018, 6:21 pm Reply

Looks really great Jang. I know how difficult it is doing angles in Lego. I am afraid to even try because i always think it looks horrible. But you really pulled it off. Awesome interior detail. Great job! The only two things I would do is make the overhang beams gray and add more water in the pool.


Oct 10, 2018, 8:43 pm Reply

I always try to make a perfect building. I fail every time.


Oct 10, 2018, 4:41 am Reply

Awesome! Each one of these is better than the last.


Oct 10, 2018, 4:45 am Reply

Also love the way you have 30 year old sets mixed in 😀


Oct 10, 2018, 4:50 am Reply

The bathroom is amazing! Best one I've seen.

Erik Gulbrandsen

Oct 10, 2018, 10:36 am Reply

Love the nougat stripe on the exterior wall and how it is slightly offset from the wall. Gives a lot more structure to the build. Also the little roof over the door is smart. It is used a lot here in Scandinavia to protect the door a bit from the envioronment. Also love the solar panels, you can say that this is an environmentaly friendly building, or a building where the owner uses solar panels to produce some of the electricity needed for the building. It is starting to be quite common here in Norway. Great build! Looking forward to see more of the interior.


Oct 10, 2018, 1:41 pm Reply

JANGBRiCKS I get why you built this howerver I want to see you build homes that account for your citys population. You need to build some residential tower blocks. Nothing fancy just strait up tower block with 20 or more floors and minimum 3 or 4 appartments per floor from 1 bed single person appartments to 3 bed family appartments.


Oct 10, 2018, 5:18 pm Reply

I like the rear support posts but I think they stick out a bit too far, maybe shorten them by 2 or 3 studs so they stick out but not so far?

Timothey Demchenko

Oct 10, 2018, 10:37 pm Reply

Incredible and super cool for a Lego MOC, but absolutely horrible from architectural perspective, sorry :/

Timothey Demchenko

Oct 10, 2018, 10:42 pm Reply

6:00 that would be flying buttresses or very similar construction

Andrew King

Oct 10, 2018, 2:08 am Reply

I would not like two floor to ceiling windows in my bathroom, but very nice building.


Oct 10, 2018, 8:06 am Reply

I think the third from left pole should stick out just a bit and the far left one (the one that is all the way in )should stick out the furthest. It would create a nice slant. The white red and brown doesn't look good in my opinion but limits on pieces are things so I understand why the whole thing can't be maroon at the back. Thanks if you look at my suggestion, your channel is the best, most honest YouTube channel in my opinion.

Chef_jeff_gaming 2006

Oct 10, 2018, 9:22 am Reply

I like this!

Duem Beats

Oct 10, 2018, 11:50 am Reply

Can I live in the penthouse?


Oct 10, 2018, 12:03 pm Reply


Finn O’Sullivan

Oct 10, 2018, 1:16 pm Reply

Can I live in the Penn house

Petr Stuchlý

Oct 10, 2018, 2:43 pm Reply

man, oh man! those solar panels look so realistic! 😀 Great progress so far!

As for the support beams in the back, I think they look weird because of how far they stretch out without supporting anything. If you would really like to go for an extended support, you'd have to do something more along the lines of flying butresses, but you'd have to change the design. I think that right angle in the pillar is what bothers me the most, it looks structurally weak to my eyes.

Realistically speaking, the further away the pillar is from the house, the greater the force would be, because it multiplies with the length of the lever – the lever in this case would be the horizontal part of these pillars, and that right angle is an obvious weak point where this pillar arrangement would likely snap.

If you had placed your pilars so that they "grow" right from the wall at a continuous angle and then anchor into the ground at some distance from the outside wall, you could still have the extended pillar look, and it would be a far more efficient arrangement in terms of transfering the weight of the building into the ground without having to worry about the pillars snapping.

I know I'm overthinking this, but hopefully you understand what I mean. And I even think this could look cooler than your current arrangement, because it would mirror the angled wall extensions that adorn the front face of your building.

logan lego

Oct 10, 2018, 4:22 pm Reply

I been watching seins I was 5 and I am 9 today

Fallen Knight

Oct 10, 2018, 5:23 pm Reply

Jang, can you do a Porsche dealership MOC or some type of exotics car shop?

moon night bricks

Oct 10, 2018, 7:23 pm Reply

Really really nice bathroom. It's great that you are back doing interiors, I find them kinda like a reward for all the work on the structure.

Emma Tully

Oct 10, 2018, 3:15 am Reply

I think that LEGO should make a series where jangbricks MOCS become lego sets also I really like all you mocs

Dario Antonini

Oct 10, 2018, 6:31 pm Reply

Iscrivetevi e supportate al mio canale, grazie in anticipo ??

Rupelon Marjat

Oct 10, 2018, 3:52 pm Reply

nice building.

The Dudelino

Nov 11, 2018, 4:00 pm Reply

Guess a LEGO mans "I don't have enough" pieces is a ladies "I don't have enough shoes" kinda thing :O)

DirtBlox 331

Nov 11, 2018, 8:51 am Reply

is there going to be a part 5?

Charlie melbert

Nov 11, 2018, 9:57 am Reply

Jang you are my favorite you tuber. I love this apartment. I would like to meet you. Maybe you can build something for me?

stefan sauvageon

Nov 11, 2018, 9:42 pm Reply

you should be an interior designer!


Nov 11, 2018, 12:56 am Reply

Fun man


Nov 11, 2018, 10:06 am Reply

No time watching a Jang video is ever wasted time. He's the Morgan Freeman voice of YouTube, i'd stay subscribed even if you switched to narrating random people doing things walking around in the mall.

Em Poole

Nov 11, 2018, 11:47 am Reply

Do you ever let your kids play with your Lego?

Shelley Battles

Jan 1, 2019, 11:52 pm Reply

Love it!

Belgian Tributes [BT official]

Mar 3, 2019, 7:59 am Reply

You could put an Army base IN the mountain

Motorized Misfit – Artist

May 5, 2019, 12:39 pm Reply

Reminds me of an apartment building in emeryvllle.

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