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M.I.P. Alice in Wonderland
This is the moc that started the idea for the contest. Feedback is highly appreciated. Moc in Progress (M.I.P) This is going to be the scene where Alice is falling down the rabbit hole. The top with the tree is done for now I haven't decided if I will make a complete tree or just keep the partial. Depends on what bricks I have left after the tunnel is done. I think I will put an open book on the grass as well and fancy up the water. The other is the room at the bottom of the rabbit hole. I have lots of things planned for the tunnel, a piano, more bookshelves, cards, picture frames.
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 I like it 
  February 17, 2012
This is great, i love all the snot work, must have taken ages placing some of those. and the light fitting is genius 5/5
amanda F.
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Mark E
  June 18, 2011
Cool I like the mushrooms you know U can never have enough.
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  May 29, 2011
Great!!!but you had the tunnel were the piano and picture frame is but luckily wish u mad it perfect...:))))LOL
 I made it 
  November 17, 2010
Quoting Tom Simon This looks delightful. I had not thought of forced perspective for the room, but once I read Thoy's comment it instantly put a smile on my face. That would be a lot more work for you, but it's the kind of thing that would graduate this from visual treat and nice subject choice to masterwork. I don't see why you need a top for the tree. The trunck bottom and roots are very fine, and a top that needs inclusion in some pic would almost just take the eye away from the center of the action. I am wondering in the chandelier would look better with just transparent yellow. The room floor is fabulous.
I think you are right about the chandelier I am not completely sold on my design for it yet. Thanks for the great comment!
 I like it 
  November 17, 2010
This looks delightful. I had not thought of forced perspective for the room, but once I read Thoy's comment it instantly put a smile on my face. That would be a lot more work for you, but it's the kind of thing that would graduate this from visual treat and nice subject choice to masterwork. I don't see why you need a top for the tree. The trunck bottom and roots are very fine, and a top that needs inclusion in some pic would almost just take the eye away from the center of the action. I am wondering in the chandelier would look better with just transparent yellow. The room floor is fabulous.
 I made it 
  November 17, 2010
Quoting Thoy Bradley This is looking very good so far, are you going to play around with forced perspective? The room at the bottom of the hole would make a perfect excuse to. ~Thoy
I hadn't thought that far yet but you are very right I will have to start planning for that Thanks!
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  November 17, 2010
This is looking very good so far, are you going to play around with forced perspective? The room at the bottom of the hole would make a perfect excuse to. ~Thoy
 
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