Bears' Lodge

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Been brewin' for nigh on 6 months now...

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  1. NewRight 63 months ago | reply

    Beautiful work. The shingles are perfect.
    Blogged!

  2. eτi 63 months ago | reply

    Oh, this looks great. I love all the things everybody else pointed out already and the hat on the bear made me laugh.

  3. Capt. 5p8c3 63 months ago | reply

    Excellent Job !!!

  4. Matt Forcum 63 months ago | reply

    It is so cozy! I love it!

  5. julencin2000 63 months ago | reply

    I love cabin's roof and the top green area. Wonderful.

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    http://www.brothers-brick.com/2009/02/01/bunnies-and-goats-and-bears-oh-my/ (?)

  6. Dr. X. 63 months ago | reply

    Lovely landscaping.

  7. Lino M 63 months ago | reply

    oh man...great rock face and nice antlers. I want to live there.

  8. Zarlighttusk 63 months ago | reply

    I love this!

    @Mister oo7: Why are you licking your eye?

  9. whateverly 63 months ago | reply

    The flippers are sublime.

  10. wunztwice 63 months ago | reply

    Worth brewing for that long! Superb taste!!!

  11. bionicbadboi 63 months ago | reply

    Sweet house, excellent technique on the hills. They look like they were pulled directly out of some japanese cutesy nintendo production. Nice.

  12. The Grandpappy 63 months ago | reply

    I liked this when all I saw was the thumbnail. It got better when I saw the full thing.

  13. Ɲ. 63 months ago | reply

    I'd really love that photo of the backside. Until then, you've been web'logged.

  14. SlyOwl 63 months ago | reply

    Thanks, all!
    @Jordan - It was inspired by this, but it's the same technique anyway. I went for the split logs rather than shingles/tiles look, though. Interior-wise, no, although it would be possible. It's not economic at such as small scale, as the floor area you'd get out of this would be tiny. I also ran out of tiles.
    @Nathan - Thanks for the blogitude! (Do you always speak funny? =D) The tiles are just attached to stepped 2x2 plates in the middle, so the corners don't interfere around the corner posts. 1x2 hinges and combinations of jumper plates hold them up. It's long-since demolished. Stupid contests! Black trunks - I don't have enough (any) suitable brown stuff :-| Saturation - it was snowing, so the colours weren't great (same goes with my fingers).
    @Zack - Thanks!
    @Chris - Well, the idea's been around for 6 months, the actual concept only developed this year.

  15. CMStewart™ 63 months ago | reply

    Great...not a big fan of Fabuland, but the mountain on the side is amazing...

  16. -greenglo- 63 months ago | reply

    Some of the most organic hill and grass I have seen. Well done.

  17. I Scream Clone 63 months ago | reply

    Must have missed this, very nice creation, I will have to give the walls a try myself. Education is key =P

  18. Trevor Van Aalst 62 months ago | reply

    I'd really love to see a skeleton, with blonde hair on it, just kind of laying around out behind the cabin.

  19. SlyOwl 62 months ago | reply

    ^ I'd originally intended that, maybe in the woodpile, but I couldn't find a place that was subtle enough for my liking, so it just ended up as a blonde hairpiece in the tree.

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