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Waterfall Landscape . OK friends, I'm back from my mates wedding and I can finally upload this MOC!!! As I said I did a bit of experimenting with water effects and texturing, also playing around with foliage from my last BL order - and this little beauty is what I've managed to produce. In hind sight I think next order I make I might swap my quantities of Tr Blue wedges and Clear wedges. Overall I am very happy with the options I now have in MOCing. . Some people don't like the use of a flash when taking pictures, but I think given the right application it can be very useful. In the first 3 photos the flash has given the water a glistening effect - I stumbled across this purely by chance but its a note well worth remembering. ODST if your reading this: I use Light Blue, Standard Blue and Dark Blue under the tiles and wedges. The dark blue is used for deep water or water beside a cliff where there would commonly be shadow. I use the light blue for rapids and general texturing, also shore lines make a good use of this. The standard blue - well this just fills in everything else. For Gradation of water colour you can follow this: (Undertone - Transparent Tone) Dark Blue - TR.Dark Blue Tile Standard Blue - TR.Dark Blue Tile Standard Blue - TR.Clear Tile Light Blue - Tr.Clear Tile Tan(Beach) - Tr.Clear Tile For the wedges I just place them randomly to give the desired effect. Hope this helps :) Well I hope you have enjoyed this, please feel free to leave any comments/suggestions. I am about to start work on a larger 96x64 scene with hopefully some ruins and a taller waterfall. Watch this space! ~Thoy


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