#1532: TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS: Port Wilks Waterwheel by Robert 4168/Garmadon
Today, we take a look at the techniques used in this intricate and vibrant scene by builder Robert 4168 on Flickr. From the organic texture of the dark blue rooftiles, created using upside-down plates that are unconventionally ‘half-attached’, to the large rockwork and Studs Not On Top base—this build is full of creative and visually appealing techniques.
Check out the use of the A-shape wedge plate to create a watermill, and the wand parts attached to their sprue that form a rickety wooden fence!
Which of these techniques is your favourite? Have you used any of them in your own builds? Comment below and let us know!
Check out the builder on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/robert4168/51567440104/in/feed-87177535-1633743531-1-72157719985103893