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Yesterday I got the milk white trees I ordered on BL... so I built a MOC around it.

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Photoshopped for brightness/contrast and white background, but the parts I used are all white (except 17 dark pink, 8 trans-clear and 2 milky white - and 1 blue in the last image)

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One of the most interesting and cool mos Ive seen. Really, really, cool job.

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Like I said on Flickr, great creation. I like everything, the contrast is just great. A shame LEGO doesn't make pencils, a painter in the scene with a dark pink pencil would be a nice addition. And the yellowed white pieces give it something extra, I don't know what it is, but it makes a creation look better, somehow. In some cases.

Nice job! :thumbup:

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Hmm I would not mind if they were not yellowed, but well...

Lego's screwdrivers can be used as pencils but I'm pretty sure they don't come in dark pink.

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Thats cool, it reminds me of Narnia for some reason. The doorway and arches are both realy cool, and adding the little bit of purple was a nice desition too. By the looks of some of thos pictures, you have a couple realy dirty bricks. :sick::tongue:

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Oh what a sweet MOC, very poetic !

However, it seems all your white pieces are not very white anymore !!! :wink:

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That is awesome Eti, a really brilliant idea and you have pulled it off spectacularly ... makes me want to make a little red coated girl MOC from Schindler's List, or a Pleasantville MOC.

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awesome ^^ it looks great, I love the Idea and the model is just excellent, great job!

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Wonderful, really wonderful, Eilif! :wub:

This is the kind of MOC i really love. Very inspiring, too!

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VERY nice! I saw this on the Brothers Brick earlier and was amazed! Fantastic work! :wub:

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That's amazing! Extremely creative and original idea!

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