Author Topic: Brooms: a universal pest deterrent  (Read 168 times)

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Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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An attempt at using the Brickish foil bag parts.

Wherever you have gardens, you have pests, and wherever you have pests you have angry gardeners. My gardener is an alien, a bit bird-like, a bit insect-like and a bit peeved at the invasion of multi-eyed creatures in his carefully cultivated garden.



Fortunately our alien gardener has a tool at his disposal known the universe over for it's effectiveness as a pest deterrent: the humble broom.










Offline lisaloveslego

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That gardener looks like a creepy bug himself! 😉. Nice work Tom, the whole scene looks really great!
It’s hard but I love how being constrained to using a limited amount of parts really makes you (general you) use your imagination!

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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That gardener looks like a creepy bug himself! 😉. Nice work Tom, the whole scene looks really great!
It’s hard but I love how being constrained to using a limited amount of parts really makes you (general you) use your imagination!

Incredibly hard! Also the lack of colour consistency is a serious challenge - I have more brown than anything else, but even then the plates are limited to 1x6, 2x3 and 2x4 making fine details impossible without changing colour!

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Love the bugs .in my garden I squish em. Colour uniformity has to be ignored if it's not your pick of pieces and unlike a house wall where odd colouring would be noticeable here not so much. Great job tom

 

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