#1157 TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS: ‘Eldford Village’ by Roanoke Handybuck
This week's technique analysis is a peaceful medieval build built by Roanoke Handybuck, who was also kind enough to provide us with more pictures and details. Our favourite technique used has to be for the rockwork, where he uses ball joints to position sections together at angles, resulting in a random and natural effect. Other techniques of notes are the roots that use minifigure hands, the landscape that uses a mix of colours and the water that uses transparent tiles over coloured plates to create depth.
Check out the MOC on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/158415872@N02/49948751768/in/dateposted/