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  1. scarovich

    [MOC] Summer's Dream

    Inspired by original "Seasons" creation (Autumn's Canvas), I decided to complete the set. This is the fourth model in the series. As a bonus to emphasize the character, I also created a couple of images with a sunset backdrop. Check out my other projects on Instagram and Flickr.
  2. scarovich

    [MOC] Seeds of Inspiration

    Thanks. I was very proud of how tiny I was able to get some of those builds. Sadly, as stated above, I was restricted from using them as part of the final model. Here's an image of the more generic builds I ended up using.
  3. scarovich

    [MOC] Marin Kitagawa

    Well done. I like the tie and the pink hair ends. Skirt and figure look great as well as those elements are so hard to get right. Excellent job!!
  4. This is a MOC I originally created for the "15 Years of Lego Ideas" challenge. This version was rejected for use because it contained microscale versions of existing Lego Ideas products which was evidently not allowed as part of the contest. I had to swap the microscale models above his head for more generic elements. You can see the final version of this model here: Lego Ideas - 15 Year Challenge. Check out my other projects on Instagram and Flickr.
  5. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thanks. Glad you like it.
  6. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thank you so much for the comment. I recently started playing around with building larger figures and became absolutely hooked by how much you can do with them artistically. I really recommend giving them a try for anyone who like making MOCs.
  7. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thank you!
  8. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Glad you like them. I have already built the "Autumn's Canvas" model as it is being shipped to Denmark for display at LEGO House. My intention is to build all of them to show as a complete set one day.
  9. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thanks! Glad you like it. Thank you. Thanks! Spent at least a week on trying to get that ripple looking that way. Eventually, it was the element that forced the whole base to be built with the bricks on their side. If you look closely, I used an octopus part to get the curls in her hair.
  10. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thanks. The bird and nest are recycled elements from a build I created in May. They seemed appropriate to include here as well.
  11. scarovich

    [MOC] Autumn's Canvas

    Thanks. You should definitely post you figure creations. There are not many people doing these kinds builds but the talent among them is very impressive and I love seeing them. The scenery in this had to be added as it is what defines the character. I recently posted the third figure in this series "Spring's Renewal" with even more scenery making it more of a diorama.
  12. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    Thanks. The round base was actually inspired from works by Ralf Langer.
  13. scarovich

    [MOC] Spring's Renewal

    My first creation in this "Seasons" series (Autumn's Canvas) was lucky enough to win a LEGO Ideas challenge and will soon be on display in LEGO House starting next year. Because of that I decided to complete the set. This is the third model in the series. Check out my other projects on Instagram and Flickr.
  14. scarovich

    [BDP] Imperial Frigate Concordia

    Absolutely love both of the boats you have posted on BDP.
  15. scarovich

    [MOC] Autumn's Canvas

    This is a basic poseable figure I created using various designs that can be found online. If you do a online search for "Lego poseable figure instructions", you should come up with a number of videos show how to create some basic models. Here's a video to a build that is rather similar and would make for a good starting point: