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Temple of Infinite Commitment . . White snow covered cliffs Zhuge Liang regrets his purchase Japanese time share First of all I'm not actually Dave. I'm Dave's teaching Assistant at his Lego Camp. Dave helped me with a lot of the more complicated techniques on this beast (and was more or less the driving force behind this sucker). This work began as a "Hundred Piece Challenge." I built the Dojo and eventually decided push it a little farther. I thought it would be cool to create some forced perspective so the bridge, at certain angles, looks as if it's shrinking off into the distance. For a period of time the clouds surrounding the mountain peak looked like snow covering lower mountains. Dave and I added a suspended cloud to the right of the bigger structure to allude a bit more heavily to the clouds below. It's my first build in a little less than a decade and I'm pretty happy with it. Thanks Dave! -Nick Edit: So when Nick says it's his first build in 10 years, it means he hasn't built with Lego since he was 10 years old. Regardless, he started the project with the temple and we talked about how to expand it. Most of the concept was his, I just helped him find ways to execute it with brick. As for the build, he did most of the work, and then I would give suggestions as to how to refine certain parts. I would say he did 80% of the actual slapping of bricks together. It has been wonderful working with Nick these last 6 weeks. He's an amazing artist (studying at Skidmore) and a great friend. -Dave


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