While building minifigure scale trees is tough because they’re so parts consuming, micro trees present their own challenges! So after looking at 7 secrets for deciduous trees and 8 ways to build a LEGO palm tree, let’s see what we can do in micro!
Hello all, this is Guy Mock,* back again, here to detail the building process for good old Chef Délicieux’s grand medieval kitchen!
*MOC, often pronounced mock, stands for My Own Creation
When my lord the Grand Duke wants a meal, who does he ask? Why, Chef Délicieux, of course! And today, the Chef is busy carving up an extra-grand and delicious meal… or maybe he’s just posing. Who knows?
Not too long ago we took a look at 8 unique ways to build LEGO palm trees, and today we’re back with seven secrets for building deciduous trees out of bricks! These are pointers I’ve picked up over the course of my building experience. But let me just say at the outset: there are dozens, probably hundreds, of amazing ways to build trees out there, so consider this just the tip of the iceberg!
Clicking on the following pictures will take you to Flickr, where in most cases you can see more of the same creation!
You may not see these two buildings next to each other on a normal street… but in LEGOville, the only thing that counts is that they both be made of bricks!
On the left is the Hotel Española, while on the right we have a very modern style pizza place.
Inspired by a printed LEGO 2×2 map tile, I decided to take treasure hunting to a whole new level with a 3D LEGO map! Sail ho, me hearties!
Even today, mining isn’t without its perils… and back in the good ol’ days, when prospectors used picks and shovels, alarms were frequent!
Check out the whole MOC (My Own Creation) below!