Element Experimentation: Leafy Underbrush

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    An attempt to get a bit of a wilder look from the plume feathers, by utilising the 6 pronged plant piece. At this point it hardly qualifies as grass anymore and is more of a heavy underbrush in a light forest. This could probably also be used to represent bushes like rhododendron or similar if shaped correctly.

    Or perhaps a nice salad ;)


    ron_dayes, Nannan Z., Esran2002, and 86 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Kamil Z 3 months ago | reply

      I'm running out of compliments for you, seriously you are a genius.

    2. vitreolum 3 months ago | reply

      Timw to raise a ton of $$ for the next lugbulk :))

    3. Emil Lidé 3 months ago | reply

      Kamil Z Haha, thanks man :) Glad you enjoy my stuff!

    4. Emil Lidé 3 months ago | reply

      Letranger Absurde Haha, yeah, it's that time of the year again ;) And my techniques tend to be pretty bit-intensive :P

    5. gid617 3 months ago | reply

      Intense underbrush, I'd love to see a jungle MOC with this!

    6. Emil Lidé 3 months ago | reply

      Kai NRG/Geneva Thanks! Yeah, this can probably work pretty well for the general underbrush, but probably needs some variation to look good in a build.

      W. Navarre Thanks :)

    7. Nannan Z. 3 months ago | reply

      I'd be interested to see a tutorial of this technique on your website.

    8. Emil Lidé 3 months ago | reply

      Nannan Zhang I'll see if I can make one. This technique is a bit more like fitting puzzle pieces together than a straight up process, so will have to think about how to put it in tutorial form. Or perhaps just find a more streamlined way of building it :)

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