1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets


RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Thanks for reviewing the models!!
I'll fix my models.
They are built several years ago (before joining this community) and prepared for OMR recently, so some errors may exist.

Regarding part 3062, I think there were both molds (3062a and 3062b) exist concurrently in those years (around 1978).
As I (born in 1983 and begun playing LEGO system bricks in 1986) haven't seen a real-life 3062a, the transition should be rather fast.
Thus, I have modeled them with 3062b, except the sets before 1977 (pre-minifig era).
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-05-27, 21:00)Jeremie Guillaume Wrote: By the way, has someone begun work on sets 361, 375, 585, 6371, 6375-2 ? I have them (in various non-finished-yet state, especially for stickers) on my hard disk Smile

I have the yellow castle:

.ldr   6075 Castle.ldr (Size: 133.52 KB / Downloads: 11)

It's an older file, done in Bricksmith using LSynth, and not OMR-compliant, but perfectly usable.
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675-1 - Snack Bar

.mpd   675-1 - Snack Bar.mpd (Size: 4.85 KB / Downloads: 8)
   
Set: 675-1 - Snack Bar
OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: none
Done with: MLCad 3.51
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
> By the way, has someone begun work on sets 361, 375, 585, 6371, 6375-2 ? I have them (in various non-finished-yet state, especially for stickers) on my hard disk Smile

For set 6375-2, I'm now working for stickers (sheet No. 192375) but I haven't built the model itself.
Please go ahead.
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-05-28, 16:36)N. W. Perry Wrote: I have the yellow castle:

It's a nice surprise.  And stickers already exist !! (on my side I began making this one only very recently, so I hadn't checked yet for their existence in the library).
I think you should OMRize it for inclusion in the OMR Wink
One possible enhancement would be to make separate LDR's for the four corner baseplates, which are intended to rotate and allow opening one entire side or the other of the castle. That would make using that feature of the original model easier IMO.
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-05-31, 13:10)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: For set 6375-2, I'm now working for stickers (sheet No. 192375) but I haven't built the model itself.
Please go ahead.

Great news ! I hadn't begun work on these stickers yet (in fact the only stickers I have begun are those of set 6371).
I'm going to focus on the 6375 Exxon Station for the days to come and upload it (without stickers, at first) as soon as it's ok.
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-05-28, 12:58)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: Regarding part 3062, I think there were both molds (3062a and 3062b) exist concurrently in those years (around 1978).

I think you're right on this one, I believe there was some variation among different production batches for some sets (another example is the astronaut helmet - 3842a or 3842b - of classic space minifigs). I'm not an expert on this subject though... Up to now I've used the rebrickable parts lists as a reference, since I understood it is quite reliable (any advice or opinion someone?)
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-06-01, 21:44)Jeremie Guillaume Wrote: It's a nice surprise.  And stickers already exist !! (on my side I began making this one only very recently, so I hadn't checked yet for their existence in the library).
I think you should OMRize it for inclusion in the OMR Wink
One possible enhancement would be to make separate LDR's for the four corner baseplates, which are intended to rotate and allow opening one entire side or the other of the castle. That would make using that feature of the original model easier IMO.

To be honest I'd just assumed the castle was already in the OMR! But at some point I might get around to OMRizing it; at that point, I would typically put the rotating sections into LDCad groups rather than submodels (since I use submodels to reflect the build process and match the instructions).
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-06-01, 21:55)Jeremie Guillaume Wrote: Great news ! I hadn't begun work on these stickers yet (in fact the only stickers I have begun are those of set 6371).
I'm going to focus on the 6375 Exxon Station for the days to come and upload it (without stickers, at first) as soon as it's ok.

Stickers (12pieces) completed and now on PT!!
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374-1 - Fire Station
Fixed some errata, and used 3062a instead of 3062b.
Thanks Jeremie for review.

Set: 374-1 Fire Station
OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: none
Done with: MLCad 3.51


.mpd   374-1 - Fire Station.mpd (Size: 84.52 KB / Downloads: 7)
   

EDIT 2022-03-20: Split movable sections to submodels, inlined unofficial stickers (all of them reached all-but-admin-cert)
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640-2 - Fire Truck and Trailer
Fixed some errata, and used 3062a instead of 3062b.
Thanks Jeremie for review.

640-2 - Fire Truck and Trailer
OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: none
Done with: MLCad 3.51


.mpd   640-2 - Fire Truck and Trailer.mpd (Size: 3.8 KB / Downloads: 6)
   
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-06-06, 14:05)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: Stickers (12pieces) completed and now on PT!!

Nice work on stickers, they're great!
Here's the station, hope you like it :

   

.mpd   6375-2 - Exxon Gas Station.mpd (Size: 197.46 KB / Downloads: 13)

Complete : yes (thanks to the stickers by Takeshi!)
OMR compliant : yes (stickers inlined)
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
617 - Cowboys

   

.mpd   617 - Cowboys.mpd (Size: 2.65 KB / Downloads: 4)

Known errors: None
Done with: LDCad 1.6d
LEGO ergo sum
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
697 - Stagecoach

   

.mpd   697 - Stagecoach.mpd (Size: 5.06 KB / Downloads: 4)

OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: None
Done with: LDCad 1.6d

Note: With this the LEGOLand Western series is complete (and luckily I own them all ... obviously MISB).

w.
LEGO ergo sum
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RE: 1589 - Main Street
Thanks for review and correction.
The trans-clear 3010/3622s you mentioned are confirmed to be misplaced, so I've fixed them.


.mpd   1589 - Main Street.mpd (Size: 26.33 KB / Downloads: 8)
   

Currently not OMR conform (unofficial stickers not inlined)
Missing items: flexible rope
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
664 - TV Crew

   

.mpd   664 - TV Crew.mpd (Size: 9.54 KB / Downloads: 4)

OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: None
Done with: LDCad 1.6d

Note: Sticker ready for review at the PT

Sticker  1.7 x  1.7 with White "TV2" on Blue Background
Sticker  1 x  1 with White "TV2" on Blue Background

The original sticker sheet can be found here:

https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...P=664stk01
LEGO ergo sum
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375-2 - Castle

.mpd   375-2 - Castle.mpd (Size: 44.97 KB / Downloads: 6)
   

OMR conform
Missing items: flexible rope
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383-2 - Knight's Joust

.mpd   383-2 - Knight's Joust.mpd (Size: 14.55 KB / Downloads: 5)
   

OMR conform
Missing items: none
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677-1 - Knight's Procession

.mpd   677-1 - Knight's Procession.mpd (Size: 3.63 KB / Downloads: 6)
   

OMR conform
Missing items: none
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-08-19, 13:50)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: Missing items: flexible rope

I posted a version somewhere that has the string.
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-08-20, 1:16)N. W. Perry Wrote: I posted a version somewhere that has the string.

Sure you did: https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-22660-po...l#pid41489

Since this came with two set numbers I suggest that you ask Johann to add them both with your credentials, but first it would be nice if you could OMRize them and subfile + inline the unofficial parts.

BTW I always like some drama in the presentation. 6075 already comes with the minifigs positioned as in the BI. 375 could use the box art?

[Image: original.jpg]

w.
LEGO ergo sum
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
Oops, I've missed set 6075-2 has been submitted, sorry.
Please go ahead with Nathan's model for both 375-2 and 6075-2.

The parts (including stickers) are all official, so no inlining unofficial parts is needed I think.
(Some stickers are updated on PT, but they will be automatically reflected once they got official!)
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-08-20, 12:06)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: Oops, I've missed set 6075-2 has been submitted, sorry.
Please go ahead with Nathan's model for both 375-2 and 6075-2.

The parts (including stickers) are all official, so no inlining unofficial parts is needed I think.
(Some stickers are updated on PT, but they will be automatically reflected once they got official!)

The string would be the unofficial part—I guess you'd have to inline the LSynth donors? Honestly I haven't OMRized anything with LSynth before. But if anyone wanted to use the string in an otherwise-OMRized file, that would be fine!
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-08-20, 15:13)N. W. Perry Wrote: The string would be the unofficial part—I guess you'd have to inline the LSynth donors? Honestly I haven't OMRized anything with LSynth before. But if anyone wanted to use the string in an otherwise-OMRized file, that would be fine!

Yes, the string created by LSynth will be unofficial part, so inlining is needed.
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-08-24, 3:18)Takeshi Takahashi Wrote: Yes, the string created by LSynth will be unofficial part, so inlining is needed.

If I ever get around to OMRizing this model, I would convert the string to an LDCad-generated one. (More accurately, I'd re-build it from scratch, but I still use the donor parts from LSynth since they give more of a visual texture than a simple cylinder.) But in the meantime, it's there and available if anyone needs it!
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2021-05-28, 16:36)N. W. Perry Wrote: I have the yellow castle:


It's an older file, done in Bricksmith using LSynth, and not OMR-compliant, but perfectly usable.


.mpd   6075 - Classic Castle.mpd (Size: 146.08 KB / Downloads: 5)

I OMRized the file. No other modifications were done.

w.
LEGO ergo sum
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
Added string and a bit of drama

   

.mpd   375-2 - Classic Castle.mpd (Size: 127.46 KB / Downloads: 9)
LEGO ergo sum
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RE: 375-2 - Castle
(2021-09-11, 19:55)Willy Tschager Wrote: Added string and a bit of drama

Thanks very much for improving the model, Willy.
So nice and I like it!!
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RE: 379-1 - Bus Station
Hi Takeshi,
There was still a glass not correctly snapped Wink  (the one just behind the bus driver)
Furthermore, I think the stickers of the building would be better if they are included in the building ldr ? (just a suggestion of course, but IMHO it's better that way)
I made these two changes in the file below:

.mpd   379-1 - Bus Station.mpd (Size: 12.06 KB / Downloads: 4)
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RE: 383-2 - Knight's Joust
Takeshi,
Apparently the saddle of the black horse isn't black, but red (I checked inventories on rebrickable and peeron, as well as the building instructions...).
Here is the resulting mpd:
.mpd   383-2 - Knight's Joust.mpd (Size: 14.55 KB / Downloads: 4)
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Hello Willy,

I really like the horses Wink

From what I see in the instructions of the set (I checked carefully), it seems to contain no 3710 part but only 3023's.
(the inventories on peeron and rebrickable disagree on this, anyway).

So I replaced your two 3710 by four 3023, IMHO this is the right version:  
.mpd   697 - Stagecoach.mpd (Size: 5.15 KB / Downloads: 4)
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Set 585 "Police headquarters"

   

.mpd   585 - Police Headquarters.mpd (Size: 14.72 KB / Downloads: 6)

OMR conform, no missing item.
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RE: 1589 - Main Street
Added the flexible rope (from work already done for set 670).

   
.mpd   1589 - Main Street.mpd (Size: 77.14 KB / Downloads: 6)

Currently not OMR conform (unofficial stickers not inlined, same as above)
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RE: 1620-2 - Chocolate Factory
Added the flexible rope (from work already done for set 670).
BTW, added the building steps and corrected the placement order of a few parts.

   


.mpd   1620-2 - Chocolate Factory.mpd (Size: 62.46 KB / Downloads: 6)
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390-2 - 1913 Cadillac
Updated: Added missing stickers and corrected misplaced parts


.mpd   390-2 - 1913 Cadillac.mpd (Size: 9.74 KB / Downloads: 5)
   

Currently not OMR compliant (Unofficial sticker not inlined)
Missing items: none

This set is the origin of Model Team and Creator Expert!!
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
   

.mpd   645-2 - Milk Float & Trailer.mpd (Size: 3.02 KB / Downloads: 5)

Set: 645-2 - Milk Float & Trailer
OMR Compliant: Yes
Known errors: None
Done with: LDCad 1.6d

w.
LEGO ergo sum
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391-1 - 1926 Renault

.mpd   391-1 - 1926 Renault.mpd (Size: 10.89 KB / Downloads: 5)
   

Currently not OMR compliant (Unofficial sticker not inlined)
Missing items: none
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392-1 - Formula 1
Updated: Added missing stickers and corrected misplaced parts

This set has two versions according to Bricklink and Peeron:
Early version (with ungrooved tiles 3068a, gear wheels 569/574)
Late version (with grooved tiles 3068b, rim wheels 3482/3634)


.mpd   392-1 - Formula 1 (Early).mpd (Size: 10.33 KB / Downloads: 4)

.mpd   392-1 - Formula 1 (Late).mpd (Size: 9.77 KB / Downloads: 4)
   
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393-1 - Norton Motorcycle

.mpd   393-1 - Norton Motorcycle.mpd (Size: 6.86 KB / Downloads: 4)
   

Currently not OMR compliant (unofficial stickers not inlined)
Missing items: none
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394-1 - Harley-Davidson 1000cc

.mpd   394-1 - Harley-Davidson 1000cc.mpd (Size: 7.4 KB / Downloads: 4)
   

Currently not OMR compliant (unofficial stickers not inlined)
Missing items: none
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395-1 - 1909 Rolls-Royce
Updated: Added missing stickers and corrected misplaced parts


.mpd   395-1 - 1909 Rolls-Royce.mpd (Size: 13.72 KB / Downloads: 4)
   

Currently not OMR compliant (Unofficial sticker not inlined)
Missing items: none
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398 - U.S.S. Constellation
The final and largest set for Hobby Set theme, later re-released as "Legends" in 2003 (with replacing some discontinued parts)

.mpd   398 - U.S.S. Constellation.mpd (Size: 44.25 KB / Downloads: 6)
   

OMR compliant
Missing items: flexible ropes
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Set 361 - Tea Garden Café with Baker's Van

   

.mpd   361 - Tea Garden Café with Baker's Van.mpd (Size: 35.51 KB / Downloads: 7)

OMR compliant (unofficiel stickers inlined)
No missing item

Thanks Takeshi for stickers !
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Set 6371 - Shell Service Station

   

.mpd   6371 - Shell Service Station.mpd (Size: 96.47 KB / Downloads: 8)

OMR compliant (unofficiel stickers inlined)
No missing item

Thanks Takeshi for the stickers !
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
(2022-01-23, 20:19)Jeremie Guillaume Wrote: Set 6371 - Shell Service Station




OMR compliant (unofficiel stickers inlined)
No missing item

Thanks Takeshi for the stickers !

Thanks, very nice model!!
As this set was released in 1983, the thread below should be more appropriate:
https://forums.ldraw.org/thread-22121.html
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
Oh yes, you're right - my mistake. I'll have to think about this the next time I post a set.
No problem if a moderator wants / can move this one to the right thread..
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218 - Firemen
218 - Firemen
(USA set no.: 340)
1977

Featuring the new maxifig fire helmet by Philo. :-) Studio render will have to wait until I can convert the texmapped maxifig faces. (Can't find Lasse's converter at the moment…unless someone knows a better way?) Studio render is also done now.

   
   

.mpd   218 - Firemen.mpd (Size: 174.6 KB / Downloads: 5)

OMR compliant: Yes
Errors: None
String?: Yes! What else do you suppose took me so long… Tongue
Done with LDCad 1.7 alpha 1
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RE: 218 - Firemen
(2022-05-12, 3:17)N. W. Perry Wrote: 218 - Firemen
(USA set no.: 340)
String?: Yes! What else do you suppose took me so long… Tongue

Great 😃
The knot looks especially good!
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RE: 218 - Firemen
(2022-05-12, 6:23)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: Great 😃
The knot looks especially good!

You noticed. Blush

I've added a Studio render to the original post. I ended up having to just re-make the maxifig faces in Part Designer, but this gave me an opportunity to slightly improve on the LDraw version by removing the .2 LDU overlap on the texture halves in p02 and p05 and stitching the PNG together in GIMP instead. (The p04 texture is already a two-halved image since it's asymmetric.)
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RE: 1970's - LEGOland and hobby sets
338 and 373-2 Ambulance

   
   


.mpd   338 - Ambulance.mpd (Size: 3.96 KB / Downloads: 3)

.mpd   373-2 - Ambulance.mpd (Size: 3.62 KB / Downloads: 3)

Files OMR compliant.
Known issues or missing parts : None.
If you don't understand my english, that's normal, me too !
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