On Jan. 24th, 2015, I started work on a new model in Lego Digital Designer (LDD). I call it Floor Patterns Inn or Skiskrapr (skyscraper spelled in my own phonetic language I made up). The reason why I call it Floor Patterns Inn is because every floor has a different tile pattern. The letters on the sign are colored like the patterns of some of the floors. At 22,269 pieces, it is the biggest model I have ever built in LDD. Below are some pictures.
Here is the full view of Floor Patterns Inn.
This is the sign on the front of the first building.
This the revolving door at the entrance of Floor Patterns Inn.
Below is one of the two vehicles in the parking lot. I will show the other vehicle later.
This is one of the vehicles in the parking lot.
This is Room 111. The octopus likes to be in the second vehicle in the parking lot!
This is the second vehicle in the parking lot! It is a semi-truck with a fish tank for a trailer.
This view of the Fish Tank Truck shows the open lid in the roof of the trailer.
This is the skybridge between the two buildings of Floor Patterns Inn.
Here is a closer view of the skybridge.
This is the deck connected to the Game Room of the second building of Floor Patterns Inn.
Here is the view of the inside of the Game Room. (I removed the roof on the game room to get a better view.)
This is the shelf in the Game Room that has all the pool balls on it. They come out of a hole in the shelf.
There is a weathervane on top of the first building. The next picture is a closer view.
2 thoughts on “Lego: Floor Patterns Inn”
This is like Minecraft, they are both awesome! You should check out my blog. The fish tank truck sounds funny!
Thanks 🙂 What is the address of your blog?