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2016-04-30

Minecraft - Hobbiton Build - A Brief Tour - Part 3

Bagshot Row

“Earth removed in excavating Bag End was ‘shot’ over the edge of the sudden fall in the hillside onto the ground. It was this part which later became the gardens and earthwalls of the other dwellings.” -Tolkien

Smial (28) - 1 Bagshot Row - 80% complete
 + Interior space development

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

Smial (27) - 2 Bagshot Row - 80% complete
 + Interior space development

Home of Daddy Twofoot
minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field


Smial (27) - 3 Bagshot Row - 80% complete
 + Interior space development

The infamous Gamgee's home.

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field


Party Tree  - 95% complete
 + Interior space development

As seen as the backdrop of Bilbo's Farewell Party the party tree stood tall with lanterns hanging from its branches. 

For both the Great Tree and the Party tree I built each branch as best I could from the photos. Having it reside in my current model I wish I would have made it 5-10% larger to really fill the scene.

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field




Party Field and Pavilion - 95% complete
 + Interior space development

I set the Party Field up, well for a party. Rather than have a large expanse open I thought it would be fun to set it up to host a party unlike any have seen. Perhaps another exciting birthday party?
minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

Here is a performance stage added to the corner of the field. 

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

Some covered seating areas for eating, relaxing, conversation, smoking pipe weed or enjoying some of Gaffer's home brew.

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field

Overall view of the Party Field.

minecraft hobbiton bagshot row party field



Some photos were pulled from forum: http://flameofudun.net/forum/general/4043-hobbiton-chronicles and marked with owners watermark.

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