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I created 2 terrain tests lately and I can't wait to hear your opinions about them.
About this creation
Gut oder schlecht?

This one was inspired by A P.

Terrain test: Yes/No?


THESE ARE JUST TESTS, SO PLEASE GIVE A FEEDBACK!



Comments

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  December 5, 2013
Wow! Stunning Moc, great job.
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  October 15, 2013
Very cool, dude! I have officially been inspired...
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  October 23, 2012
Hey man both of these are awesome!
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  September 28, 2012
Wow, man, these are both great. I think the second would work better with a more haphazard or desert planet, like, say, Tatooine. The first looks really awesome; those SNOT rocks are perfect.
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  August 15, 2012
Def, the first MOC is definitely my preferred approach. The mix of tile and stud creates a look of decay. Like asphalt being eroded slowly and dirt beginning to show through. The second, with only studs looks fare more "orderly". The uniformity of the studs re-enforces the "Lego-ness" of the environment. A quote from your home page: "Feel free to comment on my creations as long as you really like them." Shame on you Def! Be brave! You should want comments from everybody. Those who dis-like your work can teach you things just as well as those who like your work. In fact, if you only listen to the people who already like your work... you will never hear anything new. Soldier up and ask for the bad along with the good. Attack!
Deff .
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Pure Epicness
  July 17, 2012
Nice the second one looks like mostly dead leaves and twigs.
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  July 12, 2012
These are just outstanding!
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  July 9, 2012
The mix of exposed studs on two planes works well on the first one. On the second one, my eye is lost due to only contrast in color (the round/square contrast in lost at this scale) ~Dave
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  July 9, 2012
I love both of 'em Deff! I REALLY WANT A CAMERA!
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  July 9, 2012
The first one is good. Though I think you should cover up the leftover studs on the rocks. The second one is great! I love the terrain there. :)
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  July 9, 2012
Quoting Sergeant Torch Wow. They are both stunning. I like the second one better though. I feel like the first one is too....planned, if you know what I mean. I feel like the first one would be better suited for an indoor location, while the second would be better for outdoors. By the way, which camera did you use? The pictures are gorgeous.
Thanks a lot! I'm using a Canon EOS 1100D, also known as Rebel T3.
Deff .
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August .
  July 8, 2012
Wow. You ALWAYS leave me stunned. You've improved by 1,000 every day. Insanely awesome work, mate.
Deff .
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Chris Melby
  July 8, 2012
I think they both look great, the color schemes are well though out, yet look random, maybe add a little smooth plates to the wall to give it a "Snot" look, but it really doesn't need it. Chris
Deff .
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White Knight
  July 8, 2012
My favourite is the semi tiled one, and a lego figure can get a foot hold, looks so good. The mottled brown one is good but a bit too busy for me !>.....well done
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  July 8, 2012
I like both, but I think that you got #1 pretty well =)
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  July 8, 2012
I saw the second one on flikr and I personnly think that the first one stops, it but dont get me wrong there both great.
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  July 8, 2012
IMO the first one looks like it needs more studs. I think the second one looks a bit to uniform.
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  July 8, 2012
The first one looks sweet but the second one is too overwhelming.
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  July 8, 2012
Wow. They are both stunning. I like the second one better though. I feel like the first one is too....planned, if you know what I mean. I feel like the first one would be better suited for an indoor location, while the second would be better for outdoors. By the way, which camera did you use? The pictures are gorgeous.
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  July 8, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . I really like both… a lot, especially the second. The colours and textures look excellent, it is almost a stand alone piece. I suspect the first would be better for placing minifigs. My only suggestion (as you have asked for feedback) would be to make the top of the wall more natural. The bottom part of the wall looks organic but the top of the wall is very uniform. But maybe that was the look you were going for? If so then it is perfect ;D Hope this helps.
Thank you. The upper part of the first one will show something Star Wars like, as it's going to be for a theme-mix-up categoty of a contest.
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  July 8, 2012
I really like both… a lot, especially the second. The colours and textures look excellent, it is almost a stand alone piece. I suspect the first would be better for placing minifigs. My only suggestion (as you have asked for feedback) would be to make the top of the wall more natural. The bottom part of the wall looks organic but the top of the wall is very uniform. But maybe that was the look you were going for? If so then it is perfect ;D Hope this helps.
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  July 8, 2012
Quoting Quad ????? I think I like the first one better, the second looks too cluttered. I wonder what's going to be use with this?
The second one was used for the main pic of my previous upload. I rebuilt it and will probanly use it far a futuristic military scene. The first one is going to be a contest entry. It will get a Star Wars-Castle theme mix-up.
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  July 8, 2012
They look great! I can't wait to see what awesome things you'll do with these. ;)
  July 8, 2012
I think I like the first one better, the second looks too cluttered. I wonder what's going to be use with this?
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  July 8, 2012
Both are awesome! The second one is better.
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  July 8, 2012
The rock wall is great, and the 2nd ground technique is also pretty cool.
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  July 8, 2012
These both are amazing! You should definitely use these in a vig Deff!Maybe with some ARFs and a crate or two or something like that!
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  July 8, 2012
Quoting Sgt Bently Pretty good love the wall but Maybe take out some of the studs to make it more smooth.
I think that would look like a floor and not like a ground.
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  July 8, 2012
Pretty good love the wall but Maybe take out some of the studs to make it more smooth.
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  July 8, 2012
Both very cool terrains :-) I like that wall in the first terrain a lot though, looks very natural.
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  July 8, 2012
They are both very good the tiled one would be better for a snot build or a road maybe, and the other would be good for a battle or something.
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  July 8, 2012
Quoting General Jake First reminds me of some place in Mos Espa, or some type of camp site.
Haha That's really funny to hear that as it was a slighly inspiration :P
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  July 8, 2012
First reminds me of some place in Mos Espa, or some type of camp site.
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  July 8, 2012
Great terrains Deff!
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  July 8, 2012
I like them both very much, although I think the first one is better than the second.
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  July 8, 2012
Both are awesome! but the first one is kinda living place and second is a middle of nowhere.Like it!
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  July 8, 2012
Great terrains! Like them both!
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  July 8, 2012
The first one seems a bit strange but the second one is incredible, I am making a huge BL order full of tan and brown, grey ect so I can do the same stuff.
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  July 8, 2012
They both look great Deff, I love the cliff wall in the first one :)
 
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