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A Lighthouse: A Baer Design
I can't really take much credit for this. It was started by my 17 year old brother when he was home for Christmas Break. Then I made the class "A" SNOTwork for it. Then he had a friend of his come over who actually started the spiral pattern. But I did the rocks, path, sea, and 2/3 of the actual house.
About this creation
This really was super-duper fun to do. I loved every bit of it. Pouring my everyday details and time into this made it the gorgeous piece of art it is now. (if I do say so myself)



First and foremost the bird's-eye-view. My camera automatically focuses on the closest point. The ground below is a little blurry for which I apologize.



This is just the shot of the roof. Pretty self explanatory.



Close up of the "balcony". I had a lot of trouble on the railing. Finally I decided on the chain.



Some of you North Carolina residents will be disappointed to learn that I thought about calling this Cape Hatteras lighthouse. I realized that I did not make it for that purpose so I kept it the same. Sorry.



I had to make a red door though. It just looked down right terrible without it.



I had to do a really fast change on this. My first pic was BLURRY so I had to change it out. Whew! This fig itself was a last minute change. I added him on because it looked like the tower was a bit lonely almost. The crab was there but we needed a warden. Here he is.



A couple pics of the rocks and path






Some of you will probably notice the blocky base. You can almost see the squareness.
This serves 2 purposes. 1 it looks like real concrete. Poured in a square fashion. 2nd it is the lid of the battery box underneath.


Here are some pictures of the lonely lunc.... errr crab.



Pic 2.



Pic 3. Also I just experimented with the dark tan here with as wet sand. I am not particularly pleased but I think it was a good first try.



And what I ask you would a lighthouse be without a light? And where would the light be without the battery? Well here is the battery the most important part of the MOC. Well that is all for this model. Thank you for viewing. Please stop by if you have the chance. Once again a special thanks to my brother and his friend for getting this started. You may not have done much but it was enough to get me going. It obviously has great potential and here is the finished product. Thanks again.

God Bless,
~Blake~



Comments

 I like it 
  August 3, 2010
Well kudos to all involved. The result is great, and your contributions definitely spice up the MOC. The building alone might have been a bit dull.
Blake Baer
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Spencer The Soccer Player
  March 13, 2010
WELL DONE MATE! I spent around two hours of my life trying to make a lighthouse and i ended up so frustrated i threw it. (failed lighthouse is on my MOCpage) This blows my mind. I wish i could do that. Once again Well Done Mate.
 I like it 
  February 11, 2010
Wow, fantastic landscaping! I love those splotches of green thrown in there in the rocks -- very realistic. I also like the detailing on the top of the lighthouse.
Blake Baer
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Jack Bacchus
  February 6, 2010
Well, with a bit more practice on the wet sand as you said you need to "Improve" on You'll be there! Don't think differant, you know you are Soo Close!
Blake Baer
Jack Bacchus
  February 5, 2010
Blake you'll be proud to hear this... Your Turning into a "Medeival" Luke Watkins! Yes, Your get as High-Quality *Pauses* Mmm...Quality *Continues* As Luke, With the Cobble-Stones, Colour Scheme, And Beach design. Congratulations, Blake!
 I made it 
  February 5, 2010
Quoting Jack Bacchus Blake you'll be proud to hear this... Your Turning into a "Medeival" Luke Watkins! Yes, Your get as High-Quality *Pauses* Mmm...Quality *Continues* As Luke, With the Cobble-Stones, Colour Scheme, And Beach design. Congratulations, Blake!
Well thanks! I don't think I am there yet though...
Blake Baer
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That LDD Guy
  February 2, 2010
This is tastefully done! All of the parts coordinate into one great design. Keep on Bricking ~TLG
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  February 2, 2010
This is awesome! way to go with the detail! and personally, I like the wet sand effect! and BTW, That LDD Guy totally stole my catch phrase! Originally mine, keep on brickin'!
 I like it 
  February 2, 2010
Great work! The ground work and the top of the lighthouse look fantastic and the spiral colors are also very good! The only things I think would make this better are more detailing on the middle part of the lighthouse and maybe making the rise a little smoother by covering some of the studs with cheese slopes. But those are just nitpicky things!
 I like it 
  February 2, 2010
very cool, great job, and yes this reminds me of our vaction, we g to the Outer Banks NC :)
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  February 2, 2010
This is really cool-looking Blake, well done!
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  February 2, 2010
Nice! The terrain is done well.
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  February 2, 2010
From top to bottom it's a very good, very neat build. I like that chain railing. It fits in better, I think. The spiral design is a winner with me also. The door? Yeah, gotta have a red door. The major plus about the ground is that the path isn't level, but follows the contour of the land. The plants here and there are a good touch, too.
 I like it 
  February 1, 2010
Very nice, I love the twirl of black and white.
 
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