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Sand. Everywhere. . My first attempt at a few vignettes... . "I donít like sand. Itís coarse and rough and irritating, and it gets everywhere. Not like bricks. Bricks are shiny... and smooth..." -- Anakin Brickwalker Like the brief intro says, this is my first attempt at making a few vignettes. Iíve never done anything like this at all before, so I tried to go micro and see how that went. These were more of an impulse creation, a few quick-and-easy builds so I have no idea how to rate it. I created a total of four vignettes of a similar fashion. I started with trying to make some sort of desert hill with the weird piece you see beneath the tree on the left: Then I decided to continue on with the desert theme and create some sort of oasis: Somehow I felt like I needed bigger hills, so I chose a few tan 2x3 slopes and went from there, creating my smallest desert scene: And finally, I combined a few of my last tan plates and decided to experiment with the tree, as well as making a rock. Given the fact that I have absolutely no experience with this sort of building, Iím pleased with it, but I have a feeling that my scale may have been off a little. Hopefully practice makes perfect and Iíll improve in the future. Enjoy!

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