A random little medieval cottage ...thing... that I came up with. Not much to say here, except that I really like this water technique, and that I'm pretty pleased with the tree. For this, I'd love some constructive criticism. Please, tell me what I could do better!
Nice as a base scene, but lacking in any unique details; it looks very generic. The tree looks good, but the dark color scheme doesn't fit with the cheery colors of the rest of the scene. The grass is pretty nice, but I've never really liked the exclusive use of it, myself. The path could be tan with a very dense concentration of light and dark bley 1x1 and 1x2 pieces (plates, round plates, tiles, round tiles, etc.) covering it. That way it wouldn't look like poured concrete - you'd be able to see some earth underneath it - but it would be definitely recognizable as a cobblestone path. The bridge design is nice, but it used too often, by too many people. The cottage itself has a great roof and a fair design, though I would add some highlight colors and make it something other than a simple rectangle. The sand green by the river, and the river itself, look very good - keep that up. So all in all, nice build. The only major problem with it is tht it's very generic - add your own touch and the rest will come naturally. :)
Such a tranquil little scene! I like the water, but I think you got away with the tree with clever photography :P Rather than bent, it looks more broken and about to squash a peasant. Not so tranquil after all...
Not bad for a first castle build, you definitely have the right idea. The landscaping is nice and crisp, and the water looks great! The only problem is the cottage, it needs work. The monochrome look doesn't really look that great, and it's a bit small. Great job though!
The water looks really good, the bridge is also really nice but the cottage doesn't look the best. It could use some more colour to it perhaps. Also the terrain is a little bit lacking, maybe too flat or something. But I really like that tree!