Tooth Roof Tutorial

Hi everyone! This is a tutorial showing how the tooth roof technique used in my build, Element Experimentation: Roof, works. The purpose of the tutorial is not to build a complete roof, but rather to just showcase the technique so that you can then use it in whatever future build you are planning. Let’s get…

Element Experimentation: Roof

Covering two pieces in one build here: 15070 – Plate, Modified 1 x 1 with Tooth Vertical in LBG 50950 – Slope, Curved 3 x 1 No Studs in DBG The roof technique is basically what I thought was interesting here. Then I figured that a stand-alone roof is not that exciting to look at,…

Rounded Office Building

This was sort of an exercise in using organic shapes for a building. Though complicated, the concave surfaces and the three pronged shape were manageable. Finishing up the top by fitting a roof was a whole different matter though, and I’m not actually very happy with how it turned out. Ok, but not great. Still,…

Micro Cottages

I really like building micro scale landscapes, and most of the time my focus is on the nature part of a build – how to make it look natural and organic. Most of the time, however, nature builds center around something, often something man made. For this reason I decided to do some experimentation with…

Period Townhouse

I have not really tried building mini modular buildings before, although I have seen many wonderful designs made by other talented builders. But recently, Rebrick announced a mini modular competition with some rather spectacular prizes, so I decided to have a go at it 🙂 I knew I wanted the facade to be quite intricate…

Lund Cathedral 2.0

While dabbling in microscale for other projects I decided to build a micro of the cathedral in my home town. The cathedral is basically an old design of mine with some minor changes, but adding the surroundings made quite a difference. This build was featured by The Brothers Brick. You can read more about it here.