This video features a major custom LEGO city layout update where I share quite a few changes in the city including the addition of many small MOCs (My Own Creations), landscape detailing and subscriber SigFigs (signature minifigures).
When I first created the Small Brick City YouTube channel and website, the purpose was to show that it is possible to build an awesome LEGO city even if you only have a small space. Regardless of the size of a city, I always focus on concept band details over size. Even when I expand my city space in future, concept and details will always be the priorities when designing and building my LEGO City.
That is why you will see lots of small builds, Minifigs and interesting scenes throughout the city. And I share a lot of these original MOCs in my channel.
First, a quick overview of my custom LEGO city layout for those new to Small Brick City. It consists of 4 levels in an area space of 6 x 2 ft. Each level represents a specific cross section of a larger city and each level is independent of the others.
The lowest level is the deep sea underwater level which has an underwater base, sunken ships, submersibles and a lost city.
Next comes the main town street and tourist beach. This has the most activity and is the central location of the city.
The 3rd level is uptown is a dense suburban area which mainly comprises of buildings.
The highest level is the highlands which consists of uncharted territory that is being being explored by an expedition team.
I should mention that almost every building or small moc you see in the city has been showcased in detail in its own video. So, do check out my channel video page to search for specific builds.
In this video, I also welcome over 30 different subscriber sigfigs to small brick city. Watch the custom LEGO city walk-through below:
Small Brick City explores creating amazing Lego displays and custom cities with official sets, modified builds, MOCs (my own creations), small build video tutorials and how-to videos; with a focus on working with small spaces.
J C is an AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO®) and is particularly interested in creating LEGO cities. Due to practical reasons, his focus is on building impressive city layouts in small spaces.
His background as an entertainer and production designer has helped him conceptualize and design entertaining LEGO cities with interactive elements built within a confined space.