Mark of Falworth

Tree Tutorials on iBrick

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Hey all,

(I hope this is the right place for this, if not, would an admin please move it to the right spot? Thanks! :classic: )

I've written up some tutorials on my blog about how I make some of my tree designs.

Click the images to get to the tutorial. :wink:

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Fir Tree.

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Post Oak.

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Falworth Tree.

Thanks for viewing! have a great day! :wink:

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Thx Mark for sharing these, it is great to see how you make the trees you in your mocs. I will get some good pointers out of these :D

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These are great my layout needs much more green and much less concrete. It is based on Medford, MA after all tree city USA.

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Thanks for sharing these. These definitely have some good potential in many layouts. I think they might be more useful if there were some other pictures or angles to see how some of them are connected? I know that would help me more. Thanks again.

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Thanks for sharing this. It is very useful. :thumbup:

You're very welcome! Glad you like it! :sweet:

Nice tutorials! It is always nice to see more tree techniques!

Thank you! :wink:

Thanks for the tutorials!

No problem! :classic:

Thx Mark for sharing these, it is great to see how you make the trees you in your mocs. I will get some good pointers out of these :D

Glad you like them, man! :grin:

These are great my layout needs much more green and much less concrete. It is based on Medford, MA after all tree city USA.

Thanks! It's a good thing you saw these then! :sweet:

Thanks for sharing these. These definitely have some good potential in many layouts. I think they might be more useful if there were some other pictures or angles to see how some of them are connected? I know that would help me more. Thanks again.

You'er welcome! Which tree did you want more shots of? :classic:

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