This creation originated with me trying to make an indoor scene, but it was looking dull and monochromatic, so in an attempt to not waste the hour of building I had done with it, i made it into a completely different scene. It was tough to make the rockwork look natural with the kind of flooring I used. The ruins were the last thing I added, they aren't the best, especially with so many studs showing, but I'm still pleased as they were built in 15 minutes. Thanks for looking and God bless!
BTW: I don't know why my pictures have been a bit blurry lately, i don't use the zoom function and I try desperately to keep my hands steady, any tips? It might be that my $100 camera is slowly losing effectiveness.
Beautiful work here Soccer Socks! This is definitely my favorite creation from you thus far :) The meshing of rockwork and stonework is exceptional, especially considering how none of it appears to fit within a typical grid pattern. Other than the transy blue water (which works perfectly by the way), is this all actually in one piece? Hat's off to you if so, that's no mean feat... The organic shaping of the stonework and the delightful smattering of vegetation really catches the eye and holds it as one tries to figure out the intricacies of how it was assembled. Kudos to you for excellent photo quality as well, past creations have been a little meh in that regard, but this one stands out wonderfully (one of the reasons that this is my favorite). All told, an excellent build and a professional presentation make this a winner in my opinion. Well done and God bless, ~Promar~
This is cool! With a darker or more moody bg it would look great for being inside an open cave area (as far as an interior scene) I quickly imagined the short, mountain dungeons in Skyrim xD ..the camera? maybe a cheap tripod or something simple like a stack of books to brace your camera on to/against? Also dust accumulation always comes to my mind too lol even static electricity might attract it eventually (bleh!)