My exhibit for LABS 2012, NZs first annual Lego show.
About this creation
I'd love to do a write-up on this, but I am exhausted from the very long and successful weekend.
This build earned 1st place for the weekend and I was more than stoked. I have to say congrats to all those who exhibited though, I know the effort everyone put into their builds and I think everyone deserved first place. None-the-less, I am very happy with my new lighthouse set :)
That's enough from me, I'll let the pics do the rest of the talking. ~Thoy
This is a Photo I took of Sam Buroughs display, I just really liked the photo :)
This once more is amazing! I can kind of see where you got some of the color inspiration ;) This creation really wants me to buy a train set, because of all the awesome things you can build with it! A futuristic setting springs to mind ;)
Keep up the awesome work mate!
Thankyou all for your wonderfull comments. I apologise for not writing any replies yet, I have been very busy starting a business. I do plan on getting back to you all at some stage hopefully in the near future :) Thanks again, Thoy.
Awesome Thoy! Love the detailing on the castlely bridge thing. It was a real show stopper. The lighting was really nice in that room for pics, they've turned out beautifuly... unfortunately I didn't get many nice pics of the whole show... hopefully someone else did! See ya next year :)
Above all the water stands out here. While the technique is no different from all your dioramas, the shaping of it is truly beautiful. I also like the foliage, and the buildings are very unique. Great work, and congratulations on first.
That's some pretty nice stuff you got there! The rivers are great but for some reason the waterfalls just aren't doing it for me. I think it's because there's too much blue in the waterfall. There needs to be more white.
Anyway, enough bad stuff! Congrats and great work!
Wow, incredible. I'm loving the way you adjoin the streams, and the texturing of the buildings, along with the angular format of the bridges makes this real eye-candy. I'd imagine working trains would make popular displays :) In the second to last picture, it looks like the base of this is really thick. What's that for? Edit: my bad, just realized that it's the higher-up part of the build :)