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Hello all! Here is my second 32x32 outdoors creation. I originally intended to try to model some historic structure, such as perhaps Stonehenge, but I didn't have the pieces for that. Then I saw a book on the history of dam-building. Here is the reuslt.
About this creation

The dam is minifig-scaled, so it is only large enough to be holding back a good-sized pond.

For some reason, my camera does odd stuff to the colour of green Lego...

I really like how the water at the bottom of the dam turned out.

The SNOTed water at the top slides out.

Father and son out for a walk.

Problem: random irritating Gungan spotted.


Hope you enjoyed this creation. I know that my other 32x32 mini-diorama was well received, so I think that I should make these more often. Tell me what you think!

God bless!



  September 9, 2014
Really nice build! I love and use that water technique a lot, it always looks good :) Keep up the awesome work! God bless, ~Promar~
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  May 5, 2014
Wow, quite unusual yet very well built! If you've ever seen the old WWII movie "Force 10 From Navarone" with Harrison Ford and Robert Shaw, this reminds me of the dam that they blow up to flood the Germans away from the Yugoslavian partisans. Great work!
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  May 3, 2014
nice work,;)
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  May 3, 2014
Quoting Noel Peterson That is very cool!
  May 3, 2014
That is very cool!
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