Lego + Sims + magnets = Modular Magnetic.
…A continuation to the original Modular Magnetic creation post. The idea here is to show how Modular Magnetic can be adapted to virtually any architectural style and design. In this case I'm creating a small, 2-story, single-family residence with a clean, modern design.
Besides the ability to build walls, the new Modular Magnetic v2 update will allow you to – for the first time in a construction playset – build windows in ANY imaginable configuration: tall, wide, corner wraps – you've got it all!
Learn more about Modular Magnetic furniture creation process.
Plates/surfaces can be easily textured with vinyl. Middle bottom plate has no vinyl applied white others do. This allows you to easily and quickly go through various color combinations.
Top plate had some issues with the print head while printing, so... I can't wait to cover that one with vinyl. All of these will be covered with a light gray concrete texture, and then go from there. (Was thinking about magnetic rugs, but not sure how yet.)
Everything here is designed to some of the most strict codes known in construction. Seen here is the advised 37 degree stair case, accompanied by a steeper 45 degree version for tighter spaces.
One major change in the v2 of Modular Magnetic is that all the plates have been changed to 10mm height vs previous 8mm. This was done to simplify and further standardize on the playset components. This allowed for the introduction of a 20mm high base plate. Much easier to create new designs now...
Feast your eyes on the single largest construction piece in Modular Magnetic playset so far. It is a part of a series of 3 base plates/slabs, upon which House A will be constructed. Each one contains 960 magnets in total; seen here is the initial layer of the first 200 magnets. Size: 200mm x 400mm x 20mm.
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