Brickdoctor

[MOC] 'Stone' Well

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Not much to say, built for a friend who got the Medieval Market Village, I think it's quite good considering her limited selection of bricks.

Finished June 2010, C&C welcome.

CORRECTION:

Since I can't comment on Frontpage Topics, I'll post it here-

This was built for a friend by myself, not vice versa as stated in the frontpage topic. If anyone can get ahold of a staff member who can change that, I'd appreciate it. :classic:

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I loved it! :wub::thumbup:

You 'loved' it? You don't 'love' it? :cry_sad: You don't like it anymore? :laugh::wink:

Thanks, by the way. :tongue:

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You 'loved' it? You don't 'love' it? :cry_sad: You don't like it anymore? :laugh::wink:

Thanks, by the way. :tongue:

You were faster then me. I just came here to correct that but... :cry_sad:

Ok, I love it!

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Two words - CUTE and COOL ! :grin:

AWESOME little stone well 'Brickdoctor' and really I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

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You were faster then me. I just came here to correct that but... :cry_sad:

Ok, I love it!

You were? were you? Should I believe that? :wink:

Ah, well, I believe you. :grin:

Two words - CUTE and COOL ! :grin:

AWESOME little stone well 'Brickdoctor' and really I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

Why thank you kind sir. :sweet:

Although 'cute' is not exactly the word I was thinking of... :tongue::wink:

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Woah, this is pure genius. I'm stealing the hell out of this (but will properly attribute it, of course)!

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I really like how you can use the cheese slopes sideways to make the well look round! Very well done. :thumbup:

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Very nice MOC BrickDoctor!

Do you mind if I use it?

Not at all. Just please give credit where credit is due. :wink:

Woah, this is pure genius. I'm stealing the hell out of this (but will properly attribute it, of course)!

*oh2* Call the Police! They'll come in their new Lamborghini cruiser with Italian writing! :wub:

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Pinch me i'm dreaming *huh* that is incredible! YOu pack so much detail into one small little creationbut keep it simple enought to not be overwhelming. Very nice job sir! :thumbup:

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Nice. I don't know about the grey (stone) intermingled with the wood at the top, but i definitely like the base. Some good work there!

Thanks for sharing and God Bless,

Nathan

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Wow Doc you're now into Historic themes 'eh?

I must say that is one cute stone well, the alternating light and dark bley cheese slopes wins it for me.

Now go back to the SW forum. default_blink.gif

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I especially like the base of the well, using the cheese slopes!

Maybe add some more wood (or a small wooden roof) on top of it?

Great job anyway! :thumbup::wink:

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Stunning! This is simply stunning!

However, I would change the 1x2 plate with 1 stud for a 1x2 grey tile or two tiles 1x1 (DkStone and MdStone).

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The base is obviously the most brilliant part of this MOC. I'm just wondering why use a jumper plate instead of two 1x1 plates?

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Awesome, This has to be one of the most clever little creations I have ever seen!

Congrats,

Legorski,

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Not at all. Just please give credit where credit is due. :wink:

Thanks and credit will be given if I decide to build my own :wink:

Also this must be the smallest MOC to ever get frontpaged :laugh:

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Limited, bricks, eh? :tongue: Given the quality and detail of your MOC, I'd never believe it. :grin:

Seriously, Brickdoctor, you did an amazing job. :thumbup: I like how you included the string. Is there a bucket at the end of the string? I can't quite tell from the picture.

-Toa Of Justice

P.S. I almost forgot to ask: Can a LEGO coin be dropped in your well for wishing purposes? :wink:

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This looks very good! Really loving the cheese slopes! Great effect.

I agree on a small wooden rooftop tho, would make it perfect ;)

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I don't know about the grey (stone) intermingled with the wood at the top,

Like I said, I was building from a friend's limited selection of bricks. She didn't have any of those pieces in brown.

I agree on a small wooden rooftop tho, would make it perfect ;)

Something to think about. :classic:

Limited, bricks, eh? :tongue: Given the quality and detail of your MOC, I'd never believe it. :grin:

Seriously, Brickdoctor, you did an amazing job. :thumbup: I like how you included the string. Is there a bucket at the end of the string? I can't quite tell from the picture.

-Toa Of Justice

P.S. I almost forgot to ask: Can a LEGO coin be dropped in your well for wishing purposes? :wink:

There is a bucket at the end of the string, and if it's removed a coin can be dropped down if turned sideways. :grin:

Also this must be the smallest MOC to ever get frontpaged :laugh:

YAY!

The base is obviously the most brilliant part of this MOC. I'm just wondering why use a jumper plate instead of two 1x1 plates?

Limited selection strikes again. :hmpf_bad:

CORRECTION:

Since I can't comment on Frontpage Topics, I'll post it here-

This was built for a friend by myself, not vice versa as stated in the frontpage topic. If anyone can get ahold of a staff member who can change that, I'd appreciate it. :classic:

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