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Hey all!

Having felt pretty stoked as a result of my Raven creation being so popular, I decided to go ahead and get down to brickin' business and start something else.
This is what I came up with this afternoon. Not super complex, just large...

The beginning technique that started me off was the tile work on the inside of the gazebo. Definitely low quality and gap ridden, but it's a first and because of that, cool ;) I really like those dark blue plates if you hadn't noticed...

The tree was also a first as far as size goes. Trunk-wise, it's a little thin, but I didn't know a good way around that. Ah well...

Since I'm on the subject of extensive, the walkway leading up to the gazebo is the biggest that I've done using the cheese slope technique. Since I recently got somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 more of those pieces (plus about 5 new colors), I figured that I should try it again.

Last note before the pictures: The wooden structure is something that I've done numerous times before, but I think that with the tree sticking out of the middle of it all it looks much better and unique. What's your take on that?

And on to the pictures...

Nolan Aeras has seen a lot in his time, but this is certainly something special and new. Unique. Feeling dwarfed would be a good way to put it, actually.

That cool, kaleidoscopic, colorful walkway. Heh ;)

Steps made with my typical "illegal" technique. I think that those textured pieces work well.

The gazebo...

So how'd I do? I had a lot of fun with this creation, especially with all of the flowers ;) Overall, typical Promar, but unique all the same...

God bless and Merry (almost) Christmas!



  December 24, 2015
Great work!
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  December 24, 2015
Nice work buddy, the steps look very fragile, but I like the tree and the walkway is very colorful (not that that's a bad thing ;)) anyway, great job and keep on brickin ;)
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  December 24, 2015
Nice job
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