This is my smallest MOC to date. On a 32x32 Plate. I was just fooling around with a river flowing through rocks and one thing led to another. Here we are.
#2 - Angle 2
#3 - Angle 3
#4 - Angle 4
#5 - Angle 5
#6 - Angle 6
#7 - Angle 7
#8 - Front Low
#9 - Wrapping Stairs
#10 - The Crew
#11 - The Fisherman
#12 - The Miner
#13 - The Shroomer
#14 - The Geezer
#15 - Ants Marching
Speaking of tropical things in a mythical world. I don't know how many of you know of the movie LEGEND. This was a early 80s Tom Cruise movie that had dwarfs. In this movie, there was a massive freeze in a river that occured over minutes leaving the two seasons joined for the time. This is what I was going after in turning a nice scene into winter. Thanks for the comments.
This is awesome! It's not the biggest or most elaborate MOC I've ever seen, but you get top marks for making an interesting scene on a small space, using it in unique ways, and constructing a compact, cool looking scene in that small space!
Very nice. I especially love the water, snow, and sense of expanding outwards into a vast landscape. Not sure how you did it but it's cool. Sparks the imagination ;-)
OK, where do I start? Kelso, we've had that "Amber Alert" conversation before. anytime one of "us" ("we" know who we are) writes too much... Sorry, Eggplant, the bridge over the water with the tree and then blending the seasons (Legend rocked BTW, before Cruise became a... never mind). The bridge is my favorite part though. I love your bigger builds true, but this kind of "smaller" thing is easily just as impressive. ~ Chris.
Very nice with the arches and the water flowing through...but you know I'm a fool for those kinds of features, you sly dog, you! And ironically, shot #10 looks uncannily similar to a Kelso family reunion. Just another reason to love it! (And once again, can someone please tell me why the above comment justifies monitoring, for cryin' out loud!)
Pretty good for just foolin' around. You just keep knocking them out of the park, man. I like all the texture on the back walls. I like the bridge, that's nice, as is the tree. I like the dark green leaves a whole bunch. Now you got to go smaller yet. see ya. garth