This is my modified hobbit hole. I took the Unexpected Gathering LEGOŽ set and added on to make it more accurate. I added extra space in the rear so that I could add Bilbo's pantry and his bedroom.
In the pantry he has a bag of flour and some wine as well as some meat, fish, bread, and sausage.
In his bedroom I decided to leave it pretty plain so I added only one bed. In the hallway I put his maps on the wall ( In the Hobbit he highlighted all of his favorite walking routes in red and hung it on his wall).
I left the kitchen and drawing room the same as it was in The Unexpected Gathering but moved the dining table over a little bit. In the movie you will remember that when Gandalf was leaving Bag End, he hit his head on a chandelier, well I even built that little detail.
In the book Bilbo was very fond of his garden so I built his garden with a chest of tools that he would have used.
On the roof I did little sprigs of grass and small bushes as well as a small tree. The pictures are a little fuzzy because it is a hand me down cheap-o camera.
If anyone has any questions about this creation or has any building requests feel free to leave them in the comments box. I am on MOC Pages pretty frequently so I should get back to you soon. Thank you guys a lot.
Quoting David the Fire Ninja Jedi
Welcome to MOCpages! From what I can see, it looks quite cool, though the pictures could really use some improvement - namely the fuzziness and the lighting. Still looks pretty neat though :)
I have a really old hand-me-down camera. What type of camera do you use? Also how do you do your lighting? Do you just use natural lighting or lamps?
If anybody would like to know how I built this or would like me to build any LEGO Hobbit or Lord of the Rings, feel free to drop a comment in the comment section. I can also build from any other genre. I have recently redone my page and I will start posting reviews on sets that I buy. Again if anyone has any building requests, feel free to drop a comment in the comment section. Thanks you guys for supporting me.