Quoting Heber .
One question though. How do you get the completely white background? I use paper, but it doesn't look like THAT.
I also use paper for background, but later I cut it out in photoshop. When it's already white, it's pretty easy. Just use the magic wand tool for selection, and then refine edges one bit and delete the background.
I like it
October 6, 2009
Awesome work Matija. I'm swooning over that roof design as I mentioned over on Eurobricks. Great work here. I've also blogged this over on Classic-Town.net. Great work! :-)
Amazing job. Lovin' the roof shingles and that big plant beside the stairs. Like Lee said, great job on the whole "package". One question though. How do you get the completely white background? I use paper, but it doesn't look like THAT.
Great little scene. I absolutely love how you used the 1x2 flat tiles to give the roof that rough/layered effect. The use of these very basic pieces to create a detailed building is amazing. Great build, and I know there will more great creations to come. Keep building my friend.
The build is good and solid all around, but the roof is absolutely breathtaking. I always like it when a new technique is brought out, it creates interest to the viewer and reflects the popularity of this MOC. Not like that matters, but a great job. -Dylan
Really clean and pleasant work with lots of nice building solutions. Superb creation! Doesn't really picture the reality of grape picking, which is hard work, sweat and dirt; but it's beautiful. Like some Tuscany scene. (I would never put this in Croatia, never saw such beautiful stone architecture in our vineyards.)
This is excellent. I The house design really harkens back to semi-medeval european deasign, the roof and rock-work in the walss are especially well-done. I also love all those grape plants. The whole scene just looks so perfect and well done. ~T
Lovely -- especially the roof. The mix of red and dark red is eye-catching, and I love the doorway/window treatments as well. The dude kicking back on the hillside has it made; perhaps it's me . . . if I were Croatian and drank wine, that is.