Build us the birth of the lamppost. Either Jadis taking the bar off the post in the city or her chucking it into the woods in Narnia where the full Lamppost would soon sprout of the ground.
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So I decided to go with Jadis snatching a bar off a lamppost in London.
To the build...
Here's the whole thing. You may notice that it looks very drab and colorless; that's exactly what I was aiming for. (This is London we're talking about…)
Here's the wrecked coach that was dashed against a lamppost.
A conjurer of cheap tricks…
That's beautiful, that pipe…
Oh no! Pollution! What WILL we do?!?! :P
A 'figless shot of the front of my MOC, I loved that little wall in front of the building.
Here's a grating.
I hinted at Aslan with these lions here. I thought it would give the build a nice Narnian feel.
Here are the figs. From left to right- Polly, Digory, Uncle Andrew, constable, coach owner, & Jadis.
I hope you enjoyed this MOC, and good luck to White Hawk.
Nice build! Although, I think the roof could be a bit better done, maybe some overhang. I also believe that the building needs some more architectural detail. I think the ground also needs a bit more texture, although I like that you added SNOT. You have my vote.
Wow... That third guy was me a year and a half ago.... O.o Looks nothing like me. XD Very nice! I love that sidewalk! Oh yeah! Did a PAB today and got a TON of tiles. XD That was the best part of it. Got some other stuff but it ain't that great. XD See ya!
Nice work! The composition of the fence is amazing! My few nit-picks would be that, overall, it's a very colorless build; the level of grey is almost overpowering. And except for the main scene, there's hardly any staging; I feel like if you added more people doing things in the background and around the edges, it would help this a lot. Lastly, the roof on the building is very small compared the rest of it. But still, a great build! :)
Awesome work! This is really stinkin' cool! I'm loving all the textures and little details. It's all the details that really bring this to life. It looks exactly like how I would imagine period London!