Monday, July 27, 2015

Mushrooms and Habitats

Hello everyone, today we have a post about some mushrooms and habitats. Do not worry about the black lines, they are just borders for the habitats. 

We will start off with the Smooth Lepiota.
Its habitat is grassy areas. 
Next we have a group of Pungent Russula.
They can be found under conifers in moss.


 Orange-brown Lactarius.
They can be found under broad-leaved trees or in mixed woods.
Last of all we have Fly Agaric.
They can be found in the woods or under single trees. 
We hope you enjoyed this post!
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Monday, July 20, 2015

Collecting Eggs!

Hello everyone, today we have a scene of a little boy collecting the days worth of eggs! He is the perfect size for the chicken coop, as you can see the small entrance way. This was very fun to build! We hope you enjoyed this post! 
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Monday, July 13, 2015

Mini Minecraft Figures!

Hello everyone! Today we have some fun Minecraft mini-figures.
From the right we have a Super-charged creeper, bats, Steve, Chicken, Villager, a red sheep which is a rare figure, full-iron Steve, and a magma cube. The figures are very, very nice. They have a really nice selection of figures. 
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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Family Trip for 4th of July

Hello everyone, today we have a scene of a family going on a canoe trip for the 4th of July! We hope you have a happy and fun 4th of July! 
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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

AMBUSH!

Hello everyone! Today we have another Lego World War 2 post.  The cast of this post are: a German Stug 4 tank destroyer, 3 allied soldiers, and a U.S. Stuart light tank. 
Here is a level picture from the Stug 4's view. The German Stug is hiding in some foliage just to the right of a road the Allies travel on, the Allied reconnaissance patrols saw nothing and deemed travel safe... But they missed something. 
Here is a view from the Stuart tank. Can you spot the German Stug? It looks quite like a rock to me!
Here is a picture of the Stug, complete with two external gas barrels,  supply boxes, and spare tracks. 
Bereit? Richten Sie! Feuer!
Here is an epic picture of the allied tank and soldiers. Thanks for reading! Enjoy!