Small Spruce Tutorial

Hello everyone! In my previous tutorial I showed how to build a spruce out of lego. The trees build using that technique can have a varied size, but even at its smallest the trees will still be quite big. So what to do if you want a smaller tree? Have no fear! In this tutorial…

Spruce Tutorial

Hello everyone! This is a tutorial showing how to build a spruce with lego utilising weaving of leaf elements to get an organic, natural looking effect. I came up with this design while building a nature build for a competition, and have since had quite a few requests for a tutorial on this technique. So…

Lush Landscape

For my last entry to Rebrick’s ‘Help Decorate the LEGO House!’ contest I wanted to make a very lush landscape in minifig scale. I pretty recently finished my Abandoned Lot and I wanted to use the same style for this build, but again limited to the size constraints of the contest. I also wanted to…

Winter Landscape

Though I love building nature, I haven’t built much involving snow. As my second entry to Rebrick’s ‘Help Decorate the LEGO House!’ contest I decided to remedy that 🙂 When I build nature landscapes, I strive to make things look organic, which usually means adding a lot of texture and small details. However, when it…

Rural Landscape

Recently, Rebrick hosted a contest called ‘Help Decorate the LEGO House!’ – a contest where the prize was, among other things, to have your build displayed at LEGO House for 1 year! The contest had two themes: minifigures and nature. Seeing as I love building nature, this contest felt like a pretty good fit and…

Abandoned Lot

The theme for Swebrick’s Masterbuilder competition was ‘Park & Nature’ this time around, and as that is what I love to build the most, it was pretty natural for me to join 🙂 At first I had quite a few ideas of different kinds of undulating landscapes, but as some of the rules were clarified…

The Foothills

Landscapes is one of my favourite things to build in Lego which is why I tend to gravitate towards microscale builds, as you can create larger landscapes with fewer pieces. Of course, with smaller scale there is also a loss in detail, so there is a balance to be struck. This build I was testing…