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A Forest Stroll . A quick little build before round three of the MIT is posted. . After my atrocious MIT round 2 entry. I decided that I needed something to cancel out the ill effects pass the time before the round 3 categories are posted. So I built a vig of my medieval siggy and his dog. I was able to experiment with foliage, flexible fig techniques, the round 1x1 path technique, and trees which is good. (Note: Text below photos) So here's a straight on view showing the trees and the solid black border. I tried a new lighting technique, how does it look? Rear 3/4, those prickly bushes work well for adding depth. Right 3/4, I would like to note the spear leaning up against the tree. ... My siggy kneeling down and petting his dog. 360% upper rotation. Still spinning... My first rock path. (Notice anything?) A close up of the foliage down the center. Fourth Wall: I was rather disappointed in my round 2 MIT entry, so I whipped this up to test a few techniques I have picked up from some of the great builders here on MOCpages. (Mark Erickson you are included in that category. Awesome job on your MO rnd 3 entry!) Thanks for viewing! C&CC's are welcome. Did you notice the owl?


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