I decided to build this just after I finished my Tricraft. It's a Victorian house and it doesn't look too complex at first, but consider this: The walls are not made of bricks, they're tiles facing outward. I couldn't do an interior because the inside is taken up by bricks to hold the walls up.
Again, I must rant about those who post lowered scores on a MOC due to CAD. Guys, if you say something like "Great design, but you should build it so only 4/5," how does that help me? Taking points off for something completely outside my control isn't constructive. I won't improve my technique by knowing I should build it IRL. So please, once again, just rate based on the merit of the model.
There's a lot of complexities to this MOC that I will try to explain via pictures on another page, so go there to see more.
Tom this is perfect and in DAT to boot! For anyone who hasn't tried creating in one of the CAD programs, I would give this an additional point rather than a deduction just for it not being created in ABS. Great work. I'm curious how you liked building the walls as SNOT? I'm seeing more of this and it looks very realistic. However it does seem to command more pieces. I suppose it may be hard to comment on this since there are no piece limitations in CAD. Did I say this was great work?
Victorian styled houses are cool, I used to live in one, so there for you get 5/5 but you deserve 4/5 because you didnt like my plane because I didnt use grates to smooth it out and you didnt use real bricks