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Hi, pleased to present the latest Æmiliabricks Lug work, a typical farm of our country. It required a long work and many buckets of pieces. This version is a work in progress as we still have to refine many details. Hope you all enjoy it.

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Very impressive scenario you built. And the realistic texture for the stone house walls is superb.

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Brilliant work, the detail all over is superb, I really like the texture on the house and barn wall and all of the vegetation and crop details are magnificent

All of the wrecked and abandoned vehicles and equipment in the last photographs are a a very nice detail. All of the worn down tracks and roads are very realistically done.

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The farmer owns a Lamborghini and a Ferrari. What great choices. Excellent diorama, well detailed.

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I remember seeing this on Flickr earlier this week, what a phenomenal layout! I especially love the texturing on the farmhouses, the foliage throughout the build (especially those vines and the seaweed tree!) and the corner with the rusty abandoned cars! I'm even more impressed by the consistency of the details throughout this farm, builds in such huge scales often tend to lose in detail which is most definitely not the case here... Chapeau. :pir-classic:

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First of all, welcome back Stefano! :wink:

The scenery of this MOC is gorgeous and the detail level is very high! :wub:

I love above all the Fiat crawler and the Lamborghini tractor ...they are two perfect icons in this context! :excited:

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