I think this is a great house. I like all the lovely details, like the key at the door, and the net for resting in the garden, the little kids playing with the ball, the place for flowers. Most of all I was surprised to see how the roof is done. I would never think of it. Guess you need a lot of cheese brick to do it, but it really looks nice.
Really cool! For a first attempt on an a house- this is amazing! Great parts usage throughout. I like the technique you used to make the roof. There are just so many little details- like the hammock, the solar panel, and even the smoke made from the ice cream piece coming from the chimney. Great job! Keep building! -Anthony Dunne
Hi Klementina. I just wanted to say that I love your "Family House". It has some really neat and cute features that made me smile. Just to name a few, I love the smoke coming out of the chimney and I love the big gate, and the hammock. You did a great job, keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing more of your models.
Well, look at it this way.
A person who makes a first attempt and nails it is clearly an expert in the making. Sean Kenney would be jealous after a few years, and believe me, this has caught the attention of some people.
I've never made a MOC this good before. Sure, I've made my mountain bases and my video-game dioramas (try to figure out which ones they are: here's a hint: look for the word Raze) and other stuff like that, but I've never made anything... er, as good as this.
You really should stop reading this comment.
But while I'm here and you're listening, here's a word of advice:
if it really is your first attempt, give it a second (but don't scrap the first! Make a different one!) attempt, and compare the two.
Which ever one you choose should go... where ever it's going.
So keep that in mind and Sean'll have another MOCcer to take over MOCpages for him! Maybe Phipson'll come here and see this comment... well, the more who see it, the merrier.
Wait, why do I care if anyone sees it? Because it's so long.
You should stop reading it. Now. No, wait, now.
OK, now. Now. Wait a sec! My coffee's ready (kidding). Now.
Now you can stop reading this.
Anyways, great MOC. Just keep in mind that word of advice I gave you. It might help or it might not. I've never tried it.
And to be honest, I probably should.