Winter still holds it's mighty hands over all of Mythron, but there's a new kind of scent in the air. The harsh winds have seemed to all but stop, but how long will it last? Take this calmer time as an advantage, and show something lovely. It doesn't directly need to be your character, but relate to love in one way or another.
About this creation
There was suddenly a break in the weather, very uncharacteristic this time of year. But I took it as a opportunity to soak in the sun. I walked far from civilization to a small cliff side, where much of the snow had melted away under the beating sun, revealing lush green grass underneath.
I stood, staring out into the distance, thinking of many things. The tourney, Red Sand, and the future...
But behind me, I stiffened as I heard the soft crunch of grass as footsteps approached.
I turned slightly, seeing that it was Claudia, and loosened my tension.
Claudia: You've certainly found a nice place to enjoy the weather.
Me: Yes, I just thought I'd enjoy the sun for a moment in peace.
Claudia: Since we're alone, I just wanted to say how wonderful it is that you've been such a great leader to the CK and Red Sand. The people in that area are prospering like never before.
Me: Thank you. But they are all great men. They pretty much lead themselves.
Claudia: And I, uh, wanted to thank you, too.
She gently placed her hand on my shoulder.
Claudia: For saving me on that bridge.
Me: Ah, yes. So long ago it seems.
Suddenly, my stomach began to tickle and my forehead began to sweat a little bit. I turned towards her and, with a small smile, took her hands in my own. She returned the smile and began to lean in.
@Freeling: Repetitiveness has nothing to do with complexity, and all rockwork, complex or simple, can look bad if done wrong. I'm not saying that this is bad rockwork, but I do think it's a bit bland. The greenery is pretty nice though.
Nice MOC. Cool rockwork with the foliage on top.
As SOME people may think, Rockwork doesn't always have to be insane techniques, and have crazy angles for it to look natural. It looks fine in this MOC, it looks natural. So when rockwork looks natural, You shouldn't be complaining about it, saying, "Oh, well it looks too repetitive," Or, "It doesn't looks good because it doesn't have awesome techniques." Remember, Rockwork CAN look good with plain slopes and inverted slopes, as it does on here.