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Pretty flowers, warm air, and green forests are here in March! I have a spring house glitch here for you inspired by the nature feel of this month! This tutorial on how to easily make the best realistic nature scene is perfect for new glitchers and beginners! And, amazing in your house as well!
An assortment of 22-25 bushes, fronds, flowers, ferns, dirt, trees, etc. Here is the list of things I used if you want to do exactly what I did, but it is all up to you.
Deciding tips: If you are not sure what to choose, come up with a theme. My theme is kinda green and red. The end result is a combined garden and forest with all the flowers, trees, and lots of ferns (maybe too many lol). So hopefully you can choose items that match your theme. :) Otherwise, you can do my idea if you are stuck, but like I said, the creativity you put into it is all up to you.
YOU MUST HAVE:
Wooden Platform (Crown shop for gold
Tatami Floor Mat (Bazaar)
Everything below is from the Bazaar.
2 Maple Trees
2 Large Fir Trees
2 Small Cypress Trees
Fronds, Ferns, Dirt and Bushes
1 Small Bush
1 Starburst Frond
1 Wild Fern
1 Elephant Ear Plant
1 Azteca Fern
2 Dirt Pile
2 Coral Bells
4 Pearl Orchids
1 Lava Bulb
Put down your biggest trees first. Mine were maple trees. I made their branches touching as shown :)
Next, place down your wooden platform and take out your tatami floor mat. Spin it over the platform by scrolling your mouse and it should move. Take it over to your trees and place it under both of them. Then cancel your tatami floor mat by right clicking your mouse. You should find the platform all by itself under the trees
If you are having trouble with this, go to Iridian Willowglen's YouTube channel and watch some of her videos.
Now, start placing some of your items around the trees. You will notice they can get closet to each other than they can usually. This is because the platform. My dirt is partially in the tree on the left, so it kinda looks like an ant hill propped up on the side of the tree :)
Next you are going to take out your floor mat again and start spinning. Bring it over to one side of the tree, and place items again.
Go to the next side of the tree and start placing more items. By this step you can see what's happening and how it looks like a realistic nature scene.
Since you have already gone to each side once, you can fill in the gaps in between. I went back to the middle and left because of the big empty spaces.
REMEMBER: Don't crowd and squeeze everything. Think about a park or hiking trail and how it looks like.
When you are finished, take out your tatami mat again and bring it over to your platform. Spin it away from your nature scene and cancel your floor mat. Then, simply pick it up.
And you're done!
I hope you enjoyed this fun and easy house glitch on how to make a realistic nature scene! I can't wait to make some of them in my other houses!
Also make sure you are checking back to my post Test Realm Coming Soon? Wizard101 Teasers Revealed March 2016. It was updated 3/9/16 and 3/15/16. Enjoy!!!
~ Ali <3