Last minute build! I am sorry for the bad story and pictures, the ones in my next episode will be a lot better. Anyway, enjoy.
About this creation
The little boy smiled when Lysa handed him the bread. He looked skinny, with big blue eyes and curly hair. He was one of the many hungry ones from the farms and the villages. They were surrounded by them. Lysa was a member of the ‘Seeds of Revolution’ rebel faction. This cave in the Santuarian junglewas one of their secret storage places. The cave entrance was small and hard to spot, and the cave itself filled with food. This place had not been raided by one of the other factions yet, but Lysa suspected that it would not take long before it would be discovered.
She looked around. The little boy was sharing his bread with a little girl. Timothy was giving food to an old farmer, almost bald with ripped and dirty clothes. Timothy was also from the faction. He was originally from Invadir, and skilled with the blade. Rumor had it he had deserted from the Golden Army, but when she had asked about it once, he had quickly changed the subject. Lysa herself came from a small village in the jungle. She had lived there in peace, until she was 12, when raiders had come to burn the village to the ground. That is when she had learned what poverty and hunger were like. And when the rebellion had started, she had seized her chance to help the poor and hungry by joining this faction. And when she looked around, and saw all these people that believed in the same cause, believed in equality and helping the poor, and in Santuario, for the first time since many years, she felt like she mattered again.
The build! This is the first time I do a bigger sized rock work thing, and I think it worked out pretty well. Covering the diagonal entrance was hard though. Some more pics: Oh and like always, tips are appreciated.
^My new characters, Lysa and Timothy. I have thought of long long backstory for both of them, which might show up later. I guess you'll be seeing more of them.
Cool rockwork here, i personally like the changing colors of the rock itself - it gives an impression of smaller and varying pices of rock, with the lime round pieces illustrating moss patches. The entrance looks quite natural too, nice work there as well. And i agree, a sweet little story you wrote to go with the build :-)
Ah, taking a closer look I see the rockwork has some SNOT and angled sections. Looks good! My only critique though, is to try to be consistent with colors. Such as only using dark grey or only using light grey. I understand lack of parts, but it really does look realistic that way. Keep it up! ;D