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A Lesson In Rockwork
This is rockwork. It is a picture lesson so I will not say anything but there are 2 forms of rockwork. There is random,which is addressed first, then there is rockwork with order(my favorite). Hope this is helpful!
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  January 16, 2013
A decent little tutorial you have here but I agree that there are more types of rock-work but I do agree that the biggest two are random and ordered.
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  January 2, 2013
Quoting Boarder Ryan I've seen worse, but I disagree; there are many ways to do stonework with many different appearances and purposes. Not bad, but it seems to regulated to be natural stone and the pattern of the cut makes no sense if it were a remnant of masonry.
It is natural stone.
  January 1, 2013
I've seen worse, but I disagree; there are many ways to do stonework with many different appearances and purposes. Not bad, but it seems to regulated to be natural stone and the pattern of the cut makes no sense if it were a remnant of masonry.
  October 13, 2012
This is ok, but I think, as several others mentioned, there are a LOT more ways to do rock-work. Your random could be a little more textured. Good job though!
  October 13, 2012
Deus, while that is correct, that does not mean that the orderly fashion in which rocks are broken and revealed is noticeable to the eye. To anyone who does not spend hours studying any particular specimen and who isn't a geologist, rocks formations are for the most part random.
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  October 13, 2012
I do not agree with you. There are many more ways to do rockwork, you just showed a difference between good and bad sloped rockwork. Where are studded rockwork and pannel rockwork? Also - I do not agree with LCV. Rockwork is never random, becasue stne is basically mineral - broken in ways it COULD brake, which means it is pretty much defined as Order.
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  October 12, 2012
This is pretty good, however I think your random could use a little work...maybe if you made it bigger like the ordered then it might work better but I agree with Luke, the best way to go is to combine the two in order to get the most realistic feel out of it.
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  October 12, 2012
Nice work, but personally I feel that a mix of the two styles is the way to go. If it's somewhat orderly but still unpredictable it looks most realistic. Can't wait to see you integrate rockwork into some MOCs!
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  October 11, 2012
Both good things to know! Nice tutorial!
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  October 10, 2012
Nice, but I prefer random...
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  October 9, 2012
Cool!!!!
 
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