Ever wondered if LEGO SpongeBob SquarePants had modular houses based on locations from the show? Well here's one I've been working on, a modular version of The Krusty Krab! Right now The Krusty Krab is all I have.
UPDATE 8/17/2012: I am about to begin on SpongeBob's Pineapple House! Whoo-Hoo!!!!!
1 - The Krusty Krab
1.1 - The Exterior
The model is really TV-accurate and took me almost a year to build. I included ten 32x32 baseplates and two 16x32 baseplates to make the circular road surrounding it with the Krusty Krab sign, the "ENTER" sign, and the big green dumpster. The model is also separable between the dining area and the rear rooms.
1.2 - The Interior
There are three rooms with removable tops (The restrooms, the kitchen, and Mr. Krabs' office) and one huge dining area. I decorated the removable tops with boxes and crates.
1.2.1 - The Dining Area:
I added eight tables and sixteen chairs, making two chairs per table. The tables made from orange dishes and the chairs made from barrels with reddish-brown circular 2x2 plates. And as for Squidward's cashier place, it looks perfect in shape and color. In addition, I added a red Bionicle Barraki eye to go as the alarm whenever Plankton is detected.
1.2.2 - The Restroom:
When I started on the restroom, I needed three square chrome flat tiles for mirrors. Finding chrome silver 2x2 tiles was tough, until I eventually found an online store that sold chrome pieces located in Germany. I later bought them to add to the restroom to go above the three sinks. For the toilets I used three round SpongeBob-style life preserver flat tiles along with three reddish-brown right-hand doors (included in the Chum Bucket set from 2007) to allow the customers to have privacy.
1.2.3 - The Kitchen:
Now the kitchen has a lot of detail, including the grill, the deep-fryer, and the freezer. The freezer is what I'm most proud of because of its doors I've built and the nine ice cube trays with four ice cubes per tray. I turned each 2x2 square tile upside-down to make it a tray, then added the transparent 1x1 plates onto each upside-down tile. For the sand-green kitchen walls I used bricks from a Green Grocer modular house set.
1.2.4 - Mr. Krabs' Office:
Now Krabs' office was a big challenge. I used a black door with a frame to make Mr. Krabs' award case. I am very proud of myself for designing Krabs' treasure chest desk and the barrel seats for SpongeBob and Squidward. The only reason why I left out the money safe was that there was no more room for it.
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