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Tree Scenery
A small Landscape MOC.
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After heading to the Lego store today, and picking up a bunch of really cool pieces, I decided I would like to build a small scenery build, and here it is! Thanks for visiting! Please check out my other builds here: My MocPages Account, and here: My Lego Ideas Page! Thanks for visiting!



Comments

 I made it 
  July 9, 2016
Quoting Ben Stansfield Okay, now that I have more free time I'll post a longer comment. The tree is undoubtedly the best part of this build. All of the leaf angles and flowers create a natural look. Then we get to the ground. I'm not rally a huge fan of this part. The rockwork is very basic and repetitive and there are far too many colours. In order for it not to look messy, I think the most colours you can manage is three, at least in my experience. I also second what CB said. Mixing SNOT and studs up rockwork, especially at this sort of size (It's easier with taller rock structures) is hard, so when you're starting out just stick to one (Unless it's something really basic like a plate on a 1x1 brick with stud on 1 side). Anyway, you're definitely improving, hope this was helpful. :)
Thank you so much my friend, I think I am improving ad well, just because I got more pieces! :)
 I made it 
  July 9, 2016
Quoting City Creator ~ I like how you used many different colors in the landscape and just the right amount. There is a case when over-detailing can ruin a build. I am actually guilty of that. :P
Thanks! Well, I am also quite pleased with how it turned out, with only being a 20 minute build or so, and I think I could have done better, but I also think it turned out pretty well. :)
 I made it 
  July 9, 2016
Quoting Ben Stansfield Nice!
Thanks!
 I made it 
  July 9, 2016
Quoting Classical Bricks Awesome work! I love the tree especially! :) The rockwork defenitely looks better, but if you want to improve it even more, I'd suggest using some SNOT. It's quite simple once you get the hang of it, I've found that 1x1 bricks with side stud can be quite helpful! (You can find some in most PAB walls if you didn't pick some up already) I see you got yourself some sand green! ;) I'm on the plane now, I really can't wait until I can open mine tomorrow :P Then I might be able to get some more this week from my local store! :P Which other pieces did you get from the store when you went? EDIT: I see you already used some SNOT in the rocks, which is great! I find it more effective (especially when you're just starting) to make all of the rocks SNOT rather than mixing SNOT and studs-up slopes. Basically all you have to do is tip all of the rocks on their side. :P Anyway, just some suggestions! Great work overall, you're defenitely improving! :D
Thank you my friend! Yeah, I got a couple of scenery flats, then I got some 1x2s that have a 1x2 perpendicular to it, and also 80 1x1s with a stud sticking out the side (Not Headlight Bricks) and also 325 sand green 1x2s, all in one small PAB cup! Then, I went to a second hand bookstore called Second and Charles, and got a ton of really cool pieces for scenery and rockwork, and slopes and stuff like that! Thanks for the suggestions! I am still toying around with some techniques! Thanks!
 I like it 
  July 9, 2016
Okay, now that I have more free time I'll post a longer comment. The tree is undoubtedly the best part of this build. All of the leaf angles and flowers create a natural look. Then we get to the ground. I'm not rally a huge fan of this part. The rockwork is very basic and repetitive and there are far too many colours. In order for it not to look messy, I think the most colours you can manage is three, at least in my experience. I also second what CB said. Mixing SNOT and studs up rockwork, especially at this sort of size (It's easier with taller rock structures) is hard, so when you're starting out just stick to one (Unless it's something really basic like a plate on a 1x1 brick with stud on 1 side). Anyway, you're definitely improving, hope this was helpful. :)
 I like it 
  July 8, 2016
I like how you used many different colors in the landscape and just the right amount. There is a case when over-detailing can ruin a build. I am actually guilty of that. :P
 I like it 
  July 8, 2016
Nice!
  July 8, 2016
Awesome work! I love the tree especially! :) The rockwork defenitely looks better, but if you want to improve it even more, I'd suggest using some SNOT. It's quite simple once you get the hang of it, I've found that 1x1 bricks with side stud can be quite helpful! (You can find some in most PAB walls if you didn't pick some up already) I see you got yourself some sand green! ;) I'm on the plane now, I really can't wait until I can open mine tomorrow :P Then I might be able to get some more this week from my local store! :P Which other pieces did you get from the store when you went? EDIT: I see you already used some SNOT in the rocks, which is great! I find it more effective (especially when you're just starting) to make all of the rocks SNOT rather than mixing SNOT and studs-up slopes. Basically all you have to do is tip all of the rocks on their side. :P Anyway, just some suggestions! Great work overall, you're defenitely improving! :D
 I made it 
  July 8, 2016
Quoting Ryan Dempster Great job! Nice use of the pink flower pieces
Thanks Ryan!
 I like it 
  July 8, 2016
Great job! Nice use of the pink flower pieces
 
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