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Another Valholl Entry

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Here is my entry to the micro Valholl competition. It definitely has a ton more SNOT than any of my previous creations.

I had a little bit of trouble getting everything to work, but I am happy with the result. Without further ado...

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Link to many more pictures Valholl Entry

Any C&C welcome :classic:

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This is a beautiful Micro-scale build. I really like your piece usage for trees and plants, and the palace is original as well. I like the 1x1 round plate towers as well. I think the best thing though is the base for all of this, the way you have created roads and parks and lawns. Excellent work!

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Thanks :classic: It was a very good learning experience for me to do the whole base, and some of the buildings in SNOT.

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A really nice rendition of Valholl. Its easy to forget that it is an LDD MOC, though the effort put into LDD to produce the detail is great. :thumbup:

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Thanks, that really means a lot to me, especially coming from you.

It is rather annoying that many great micro scale techniques don't

work in LDD.

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Wow. Some really great piece usage!

The finger hinge bricks are awesome! Also loved your creative tree tops :O

Well done and good luck!

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That's pretty well done! :classic: The design of the towers and walls are excellent as is the landscaping.

And your version of the temple is much better than mine, so kudo's!!

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Wow. Some really great piece usage!

The finger hinge bricks are awesome! Also loved your creative tree tops :O

Well done and good luck!

Thanks, I got the idea for the finger hinge bricks from this MOC: My link

And I was trying to think of something new to use for tree tops.

Thanks Ecclesiastes :classic:

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