Slope Tree

Built another of these as part of making a tutorial for it 🙂 I developed the foliage for this quite a while ago, but the trunk is different, and I thought it’d be interesting to cover a new type of trunk in the tutorial. The tutorial itself is still in progress but should be out…

Element Experimentation: Bamboo Grass

I know most of my techniques come with some serious investment requirements, but not so today! Because all you actually need is just bamboo 🙂 It’s pretty cheap, and can often be found in Pick-a-Brick walls. So this is a technique that hopefully anyone can afford 🙂 The drawback, of course, is the quality. There…

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…