#689 TECHNIQUES: Analysis of ‘Gothic Church'

Today we're taking a look at a phenomenal MOC by David Hensel or Legonardo Davidy on Flickr that features some awesome texture and landscaping techniques! Check it out here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/davidhensel/42266851171/in/album-72157693964113352/



David uses mostly light bluish grey bricks for the walls of the delipidated church but manages to incorporate a lot texture by using a range of pieces from brackets to masonry bricks. These contrast excellently to the landscape beneath, that is a pleasant mix of greens. David has chosen to leave most of the studs exposed, which means it was more important than ever to create smooth transitions and slopes; which we think he pulled off! Another highlight of the build has to be the roof technique, which simply uses 2x2 tiles, with some of them not being connected completely to create the rough surface.

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