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This is a very simple rockwork technique that combines studs up and SNOT sections easily. The parts used consist mainly of basic slopes and bricks along with 1x1 brick with stud and 1x1 headlight bricks.
So keep reading and find out how it's done!
For this tutorial, I will build a small section of coastal rockwork. Something to keep in mind with this design, is that for the SNOT sections to fit over the water, the rockwork needs to start on the same plate level.
We've already done a tutorial on a couple carts and wagon designs, but it is always nice to have a good variety of designs for items like this. Keep reading to see how to construct a nice peddler's cart, prison carriage, and small hand cart.
Snowy landscapes are one of my favorite things to build, and they are something you don't see all that often in the LEGO community. Keep reading to see how I generally build my snow-scapes.
For this example, I'll show 3 different techniques for snow that I often use. Heres a simple base to work off of, the dark bley marks where some rockwork will go, and naturally the white plates indicate snow.
Wagons and carts help add life and variety to medieval scenes. There are unlimited numbers of designs, and a great variety of purpose for different horse drawn vehicles. This article shows how to construct 4 designs that John or myself have used in our own builds.