This MOC is NOT for the CCCVI, being the winner of CCCV I am continuing the honorable tradition of not competing in the following contest.
I have been very lucky to have had Harold the travelling castle minifig of Classic Castle fame for the past couple of weeks. I wanted to build a creation to honour the event but being predictably busy at this time of year has held up the project somewhat.
I have been tied up with a number of responsibilities over the past few weeks & my time within the LEGO community has suffered as a result. I hope to be around alot more as the year winds down.
I know I already gushed about this over on flickr...but this one's deserving of additional gushage (Young's going to kill me for my constant abuse of the english language!). One of the subtle things I like about this is the landscaping...in particular, the broken edges. They give the landscape portion a softer, more organic feel. Your placement of the extra elements is really nice, too. I don't know if you ever studied art, but your compositions are consistently brilliant. Again, great job!
What I really admire about this creation is the beautiful combination of brown, white and green... they present a very peaceful look. Very awesome creation Aaron. I can only dream of owning so much green (and putting it to great use like this)!
Yeah, I was talking to Harold the other day. It's not the house itself that's the big deal, it's the hydroponics lab in the basement where he "grows" all his lego money. HAHAHA nice one Spawny... nice. ~ Chris.