Here is an update to the “Brick Beach” section of Small Brick City’s custom LEGO city layout.
It uses a total of almost 30,000 bricks and is quite detailed with lots of interesting scenes taking place.
The last time I did a video update on Brick Beach was back in Sep 2018. One reason why I always procrastinate to do city updates is because my city is not located in my LEGO studio. It is actually part of the back wall of my living room.
So, anytime I have to film a city update, I have to move all my lighting and filming gear to the outside, shift living room furniture, lock the cats in a room, before I can film.
I also do so much displacing of the buildings, small builds and minifigs in the course of regular building and filming that when I do film a city update, I have to spend time re-staging the whole city.
However, I’m pretty happy with the update as I have included quite a few new builds.
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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.