These are two vignettes I built, that, when put side by side, depict the far-reaching effects of an earthquake. On the right, there is a couple fleeing as the quake shocks their house. On the left, there is a bachelor also exiting his apartment. The quake has cracked the floor and pieces of the roof are shaken loose by the powerful tremors. Many objects, including a lamp, a chair, a vase, and a plant, fall due to the intense vibrations. The Contest Group
The vignette on the right
The vignette on the left
The minifigless vignettes
The furniture: a chair, tree, couch, lamp, china cabinet with a plant, table occupied by a plate, mug, croissant, vase, and lamp, and chairs.
This is quite a good build, but it doesn't really look an earthquake. If it weren't for the title, I just would've thought that kid messed up the table and the mom is running after him. Still, a good build.
Like I said on another entry, this is a bit too messy. A natural disaster needs both cleanness and chaos, it's a balance between the two that really works. It was a bit hard to recognize the window shades (?), I think curtains would work better. You did a nice job including a lot of nice little details here. Plenty to look at, but maybe just a bit too much. 17/25.
Another earthquake one, great originality! :P It looks like just straight calamity in a house. You said the floor is cracked, but it's really hard to tell becuase they look more of like a mess of tiles and plates. The walls would be more likely to crack than the floor, at least noticably, and using sloped pieces in the walls (Regular with an inverted placed just so to where there would be a sliver of light popping through) would have more impact. that furnature is good though. The cabinet, lamps and couch are the what shine. Presentation is good. 19/25