A "fantasy" medieval goat farmers cottage. I used lots of "friends" elements for the greenery, pressed in to 3mm hose and the wraps from the three leaf element plants. The roof is several hundred 4l bars wrapped with small and medium square side rubber bands. No interior for the house, far too much backing required to support this style of roof. The 4l bars on the roof are held in place by alternating 3023 and 60470 , the angle is achieved by adding 2429c01 about every tenth plate.
I couldn't quite understand your description of the roof technique. I'd love it if you did a tutorial. The build looks awesome: not only the roof, but also the walls and the greenery (I also like your use of whips in the fencing). I have myself a new favorite builder. I looked back on some of your other stuff and it's cool as well. Allow me to make one more suggestion. Your builds are so detailed that I'd love to see more close up pictures.
Whoa! The kids back at it!. I always get fired up when i get alerted about a new creation from Boise. Still waiting on your interpretation of a massive architectural hillside home bro!!! Keep up the good work my man!
The build has several more of the dark orange elements incorporated in the body of the cottage. I think that I lost a considerable amount of the "reveal" on the dark orange between the round tiles and vines.
Epic roof! The orange in the chimneys is a bit strange, though. Maybe if it was spread throughout the MOC a bit more. The landscaping could use a few tiles, but the colors are great! And, of course, that base is perfect.