Micro monastery is mighty on charm

Building a great vignette on a small base is an art form, a balancing act between choosing the right parts and colors to achieve detail, without being too visually heavy. Isaac Snyder is a master of the craft, as you can see from this monastery built on a 12×12 base. Not only is the landscape nice, featuring simple rockwork under a fall leaves strewn hillside, but the gate is also very well built, with some gray plates for a weathered look, along with just a few gold details below the roof. But the great details continue below the model to the sculpted base, which reminds me of a Bonsai pot.

Khanuur Monastery: Autumn