TooMuchCaffeine

Microscale Neverland

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Very cool. I am always impressed by you builders who can do microscale. Great job, I really like the clouds!

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I love that micro-scale ship. Probably going to have to steal that. The waterfall, clouds, and skull are really nice, too. :thumbup:

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WOW! That is exceptionally cool. You have so many cool details in such a small creation. That is a tremendous talent. I wish I could build like that....I'd save a ton of money. pirate_laugh_new.gif

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It's great to see how many clever techniques can be put in such a small MOC.

The clouds, the trees and the ship are all excellent. Well done :thumbup:

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Insanely terrific, sir!

So perfect. You've worked everything in just right :pir-wink: The waterfall and indian camp are testaments to minimalism

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Clever use of that rock head TMC. :thumbup:

It's funny to see it as a "large object", considering it normally looks so puny. There are lots of nice details in this, I particularly like the clouds.

Thanks for sharing!

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Excellent micro-creation 'TMC', the clouds are fantastic ! :thumbup:

Even Captain Hook would approve it ! :pir-grin:

Keep up the great designing and keep on flying like Peter Pan ! :pir-grin:

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Nice microscale neverland you have there! Everything looks just perect.

And shouldnt this be in the Pirates MOC forum instead of here? :pir-sceptic:

Captain Becker

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I love it, mini scaled stuff always blows my mind.

I especially like how you kept it pretty accurate to my recollection.

I really like it!

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Oops, I forgot to move this to the Pirate MOCs forum.

I'll move it now.

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Well done TooMuchCaffeine!

I've been mulling over this idea for a while as well but in mini fig scale. yours looks great and it's nice to see the Indian camp and the location of the Tiger-Lilly affair but it would have been nice to see the "Pirate port" and the "Ever tree" (it was called something like that) too.

Maybe they're on the other side of the island. pirate_wink.gif

Great work, Keep them comming pirate_thumbup.gif

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Wow, amazing mini-scale rendition of Neverland TMC! I love the overall smooth studless look and that subtle and effective use of that curved slope for the waterfall is really very clever. Great job! :thumbup:

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This looks great. I love the mini waterfall. All though I haven't seen Peter Pan in a long long time, it looks accurate to what I do remember.

Great job :thumbup:

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Great microscale creation TooMuchCaffeine! :thumbup: I like how smooth it all is. I have a question for you though; did you get inspired to build this by the skull piece or did that come to you after you build was underway? ( it seems the kind of thing that would spark this idea to me)

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I would LOVE to see a microscale Minifig version of Tinker Bell... :)

Made out of a tenth of one mold... ...or something. ;)

Extremely nice Neverland by the way! -dB

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@Sirens-of-Titan...

This was inspired by a tablescrap which became the micro pirate ship. The skull piece immediately looked the right size for Skull Rock in comparison and it all went from there. However, I must have started this and given up about five times before I ended up happy with the whole thing. It feels like the idea's been kicking about in my head and in partial assembly for months!

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