#1226 TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS ‘Autumn Stroll’ by Carter Witz

Today's featured build is very simple on the surface, but look closer and you'll see the attention to detail the builder has gone to to create the most realistic landscape possible. The ground is certainly the most interesting to us - it doesn't just used layers of plates but instead uses a variety of colours and shapes, even utilising 3 point stems by recessing them into the ground. We also love the part uses for the roots and branches as well as the small rocks where SNOT (Studs Not On Top) techniques are used to create natural looking surfaces.



Check out the MOC on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/145118906@N05/50550633248/in/dateposted/


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