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Taking a quick break from my current big project, I turned a little table scrap into a new kind of architecture! The law of repeated elements strikes again! That olive green is officially my new favorite color.
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The leaf/branch repetition structure will also bend very solidly, allowing for some pretty epic oxidized copper arched beams or intricate circular spaceships.

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Comments

  May 10, 2014
nice use of those leaves. great job!
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  September 10, 2013
Wow, beautiful organic architecture! will you be the next Gaudi?
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  March 25, 2013
Clever idea. Olive green is one of my favorite colors too.
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  January 4, 2013
Great parts usage. It's a very nice looking building ;)
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  January 4, 2013
I had this idea before, but never enough pieces and never in suitable colours. It would still look a bit stranger if you would have done it the way I planned to, becuase I did not think about turning the pieces.
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  January 4, 2013
Interesting idea, Paul. Really turned out well. Leaves as skyscrapers...only you would have thought of that. I'm going to say, "Nice parts usage," but that may just go without saying. Well done.
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  January 2, 2013
Nice work! I figured this technique out a while ago when I was trying to minimize the storage space needed for my plant collection. Just put one on top of the other... :)
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  January 1, 2013
EXCELLENT piece usage!
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  January 1, 2013
Very clever use of those pieces, Paul! I too really like the new leaf color, it works perfectly for the oxidized copper as you stated. Also I really like the smooth clean look along with the black border, it reminds me of LEGO's Architecture series. Keep it up!
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  January 1, 2013
A good idea.
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  January 1, 2013
For a moment, I didn't even know what pieces you were using! Nicely done :)
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  December 31, 2012
That is definitely one of the best uses of foliage I have seen to date! Wonderful little vig Paul! I agree, Olive green is an awesome color! Happy New Year!!!!
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  December 31, 2012
Beautiful. :)
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  December 31, 2012
Ingenious.
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  December 31, 2012
Cool! I'm jealous of all the olive! I've been eyeing that color on BrickLink! :)
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  December 30, 2012
it really looks great ;-) !
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  December 30, 2012
Great technique.
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  December 30, 2012
That shows how architecture is mimicking nature. Clever idea, Paul.
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  December 29, 2012
I honestly would NEVER have thought of using those for a microscale building. It looks great.
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  December 29, 2012
Awesome job! I love it! Your creations are awesome!
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  December 29, 2012
Crafty parts usage there, Chief!
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  December 29, 2012
Where did you get the green pieces? I want to get some!
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  December 29, 2012
Are those towers Eco-friendly? Neat use of the tree branches.
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  December 29, 2012
Ok .. That is nice .. Not what i expected from the main picture .. Well, i mean, diffrent ... Ohm, ill stop trying to explain myself, im tired .. LOL .. Lovely vignettes. And i must agree on the green coloured brick ... When we made the Doctor Who MOC " The girl who waited ", i just feel in love with it also ... Funny enough, next MOC we upload will have a lot of these bricks incorporated also ... Anyhow, Well done, love the microscale of yours .. :)
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  December 29, 2012
awesome work!
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  December 29, 2012
It's so "Organic" XD
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  December 29, 2012
You're not the only one who adores that color! A fantastic and very clever use of those pieces. And I always thought piling foliage was just for fun! Great microscale city street, too!
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  December 29, 2012
Brilliantly effective technique!
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  December 29, 2012
Nicely done Paul! Stacking foliage is always fun, and this a brilliant use of it!
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  December 29, 2012
Sweet!
  December 29, 2012
awesome paul!!!!
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  December 29, 2012
Love it Paul! What a superb design! I might use it in the future!
 
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