Thursday, November 10, 2016

Lepin 15011 Detective's Office Modular Building Set Review - Part Three

Here is my final blog post regarding the Lepin 15011 Detective's Office modular building set.  We will finish the third and final floor today.  According to the Lepin instructions, it will take us 45 steps to complete the third floor and roof assemblies for this modular.

Step 10.


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Here's the base plate setup for the third floor after ten steps.  There are openings for the stairwell and skylight.

Step 20.


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In step 20. we finish off the small kitchen on the third floor and add railings to the stair case.  As with the second floor, the third floor is composed of two shades of light and medium blue bricks.

Inside the kitchen, there is a cabinet with two fake drawers (not the opening kind, sorry).  We also find a small 4 burner stove.  Additionally, there are two round tables. One with a mixing bowl and another with some cookies on a tray.  Above the stove is a small ledge and rolling pin.

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The hinge is broken on the stove's transparent door.  Unfortunately, I don't have a spare piece like this one in my brick stash, so I will have to make do.

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Here's the side view of the third floor.

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I've now added the third floor to the detective's office  and will continue building from here.

Step 30.


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 Here are some pictures of the completed third floor.

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This door leads from the kitchen to the rooftop above the detective's office.
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A quick look around back.

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Helicopter view of the third floor.

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Step 40. 

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In step 40, we added the skylight, the water tower and cornices over the second floor.

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Front view. Almost completed.

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Side view of rooftop.

Step 45.

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 All done!  Looking downwards from above.

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 I really like the varied details of the roof lines.   Here's a look at the third floor roof.

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And the second floor roof line.

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The back of the completed Detective's Office.

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Last look at the rooftop.

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 The Lepin Detective's Office finished at last.


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 Just a few more pictures...


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Here's barber Al and the police officer.  I changed the police minifigure's head, wanted to give him a tougher demeanor.  Oh, and there's that giant tiger cub again.  He should have been a small cat.

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The two pool hall patrons.

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The lady in red and the detective.

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I was lucky that there were no missing or deformed pieces.  The only problem was the swivel chair base, which I've replaced now.   I only wish they had made a bedroom for the detective, because they could have built it above the office.

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To see the other blog posts about the Lepin Detective Office,  Part One can be found here, and Part Two can be found here at http://its-not-lego.blogspot.com.

Thanks for looking!  

3 comments:

  1. In the end I was missing the pool hall front, any tube like brown so no rolling pin. Also the piece needed for the fan and any smooth tile "L" shapes so the Highlander is a Poo hall. Yup.

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  2. is it true that all minifigs from city series has a yellow skin?

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