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A lonely farmer patrols the street of Meids in search of work.
About this creation
Just a fun little build to try out some new things. Specially I wanted to use the few dark brown tiles I had gotten, and I wanted to try my work with two story houses. I haven't done anything close to that in a while.

Stones and Wood
Alternate view.

God Bless! I hope you enjoyed!
~Brick


LOM Scorecard:
Intro - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Regional challenge - 4 points
Free build - 2 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Regional challenge - 4 points
Free build - 2 points
Free build - 2 points
TT Intro - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Tourney R1 - 3 points
Free build - 2 points
Free build - 2 points
Tourney R2 - 3 points
Free build - 2 points
Tourney R3 - 3 points
Tourney R4 - 3 points
Free build - 2 points
Citizen challenge - 4 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Free build - 2 points
Regional challenge - 4 points
Free build - 2 points
Universal challenge - 5 points
Total Points: 118



Comments

 I like it 
  July 5, 2014
I see that frog in the window! Don't try to fool me!
 I like it 
  June 14, 2014
Halhi and Gilbert said it all. :P
  June 14, 2014
cool little build:p could u check some of my stuff out
 I made it 
  June 12, 2014
  June 10, 2014
Ok cool thanks Brick, I'm trying to improve on pictures. :D
 I made it 
  June 10, 2014
Quoting Chris . Hey Brick, just one question. How do you get such a good background white?
I take pictures on cloudy days, which gives the white paper an even tone. Then I use a simple brightening program! ;)
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
Looks cool! I think that the two stories should be a bit more uniform though as houses rarely have two different styles like that in real life. Still nicely done!
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  June 8, 2014
Awesome job! I really like it!!!
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  June 8, 2014
Nice! I like the whitewash and roof, but your pictures have a blue tint to them.
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Hey Brick, just one question. How do you get such a good background white?
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Nice work! I like the textures!
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  June 7, 2014
Loving the texture and architecture work! I agree with Halhi about the white showing through the brown tiles.
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  June 7, 2014
Nice clean build!
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  June 7, 2014
I'll add to what Halhi said with one VERY minor suggestion, because overall this build looks great. Normally shingles aren't placed in a grid - each row is staggered to cover the gaps in the row before it. Again, this is a minor detail, but it would be cool if you found a way to incorporate this feature into your next build.
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Brilliant little MOC! Loving the colors.
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  June 7, 2014
Great work!
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  June 7, 2014
Terrific vig. Lovely texture work.
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
You are one lego building prodigy! 5/5
 I made it 
  June 7, 2014
Quoting Halhi 141
Thank you Mr. Cow. I'm going to focus on your biggest complaint, the timbering and the fact you can see white threw it. I had to make it white, because in order to get equal levels...I had to have exposed headlight bricks. It's somewhat complicated, but I used SNOt techniques, and the black headlight bricks would be visible from the side. Hopefully that made sense.
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Nice one! I like the overall architecture of it. Since you asked for a critique, here goes...the timber framing is overall executed quite well, but on the side on the second picture, we can see light (or white pieces) through the timber. If it's attached with white pieces, than I'd recommend attaching it with black pieces since those blend in with the timber pretty well. Otherwise, try putting a solid wall of bricks behind the MOC. The texturing on the lower level looks pretty good overall, I only have two flaws with it. First, maybe it could use some sand green and/or dark tan to add colors, and second, the SNOTted plates would look better as tiles. Finally, the upper level texturing is also good, but I find that it looks best to have most of the tan around the wood beams (usually at the bottom), like David Hensel does it. Anyway, great MOC!
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
Nice little scene!
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  June 7, 2014
I like the textures you used on the roof and the wall.
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  June 7, 2014
Very nice, cute and beautiful. :D
 I like it 
  June 7, 2014
I actually like this little build. The techniques you used are impressive and I just like the feel of the build. Good job!
 
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