Birch Forest in fall (with Grantmaster's mini deer design)
Fall setting in a Birch forest with Grantmaster's mini deer design. I just built a forest setting for it. I also built a doe left of the buck with it's head tilted down as it grazes.
Mountainside Meadow (Main)
Built for the Lego Landscape contest. It was most interesting building a scene with only landscaping in mind. ;) More views on MOCpages www.mocpages.com/moc.php/338294 Have a great day!!
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Slope Tree Tutorial – Part II: Canopy
This is the second tutorial out of two showcasing the techniques used to build my Slope Tree. In this we will cover how the tree foliage technique works and will build upon the previous tutorial wh…
Element Experimentation: Snow-covered Spruce
Next in line for my elements experimentation is: 2417 - Plant Leaves 6 x 5 in White Another pretty straight forward piece. Snow covered trees? Yes, please! I feel this color works wonderfully with this technique :) What I like most is the possibility to layer green leaves under the white ones, like a real snow covered spruce would actually look like. I tried taking this even further, by mixing in greens here and there further up along the tree, but it makes things look more spotty than…
I needed a tree for my next project so I created this oak-like tree. If you zoom in you can see the small birdhouse. Inspired by Paultox, among many others. Computer rendering but buildable if you have the bricks.