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One sheep

two sheep

black sheep

white sheep.

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A young shepherd boy rounds up his flock.

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A little vig to get me back into an MOCing mood. And to make sure I haven't lost the balancing touch... that tree! :tongue:

I'd also like PU DoH credit for countryside scene and raising livestock.

C&C welcome! Hope you enjoy!

Edit: Fourth credit was given by qiadris, here.

Edited by Kai NRG

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You're going to get this a lot, but let me say it first: "Cute sheep!"

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Lots of details in such a small footprint! I really like that sheep design :classic:

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Thanks everyone!

The sheep is great. And that tree is well balanced!

Thanks! It was a pain...

Lots of details in such a small footprint! I really like that sheep design :classic:

Thanks Gideon! It isn't completely mine (though I did modify it I think).

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That sheep design is a classic :wub: (I do like the different horns you gave it). Great tree and the sand green/dark green ground looks good :classic:

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That sheep design is a classic :wub: (I do like the different horns you gave it). Great tree and the sand green/dark green ground looks good :classic:

Thanks SK! :sweet:

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A sweet little moc! The base and the sheep are so great!

Thanks dG!

Nice! I love the border and tree!

Thanks Infernum! :classic:

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I love the sheep and the landscaping, great job in such a small space.

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I love the sheep and the landscaping, great job in such a small space.

Thanks Torgar!

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UoP DoH +1 on both claims.

Thanks Gedren. I was afraid that had gone completely under the radar!

This is great. I need a little army of sheep now...

Thanks! I wish I had an army too... not enough binoculars!

Excellent little moc... Very beautiful

Thanks Gunman!

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Thanks! I wish I had an army too... not enough binoculars!

You could maybe do the same thing with 2 of the little flashlight pieces (# 3959, the minifig accessory)?

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You could maybe do the same thing with 2 of the little flashlight pieces (# 3959, the minifig accessory)?

Do you mean this? I'm afraid it wouldn't work too well - nor do I have many of those!

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Missed your claims before, UoP DoH +1 for both of them as you manage to convey what the build is supposed to show very well, despite the small footprint :classic:

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Do you mean this? I'm afraid it wouldn't work too well - nor do I have many of those!

Yeah, that's what I was thinking of. I guess the sheep is not wide enough for 2 of those. I have a bunch, (un?)fortunately, because back in the day I stocked up on a lot of the space sets. Not so useful for Historica, alas.

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Missed your claims before, UoP DoH +1 for both of them as you manage to convey what the build is supposed to show very well, despite the small footprint :classic:

Thanks Gideon!

Yeah, that's what I was thinking of. I guess the sheep is not wide enough for 2 of those. I have a bunch, (un?)fortunately, because back in the day I stocked up on a lot of the space sets. Not so useful for Historica, alas.

Yeah, you would have to have a massive sheep for two of 'em. Not sure how you would attach them either...

You never know... I think you could come up with some nice uses...

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Super cute build Kai, you managed to make the most of a very small stage! Well presented too - i suspect you've got the best angle on that gnarled little tree and the red in the base picks out the colour of the flowers nicely. (Lovely crisp pics as well!) :classic::thumbup:

UoP - you've got my vote for both countryside and raising livestock.

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