Styrbjorn

Elemental destruction

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So now I can post it! I have not been so active in this forum for a while because I have been sailing but now I am home! So here it is:

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Sorry for my bad pictures bt I hope it is ok.

C&c is welcome :classic:

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That guy looks like TreeBeard's cousin!!

I like the face and his pose-ability. Overall the elemental is solid.

Your microscale is also very good. It works for me in that shot.

The photos are a bit grainy and the shots where you can see the kitchen floor there do detract from the escapism. I would try taking the photos outside in the shade somewhere. That may help with the grainy photos a bit.

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The elemental definitely has an "entish" feel, I like all the action :thumbup: The micro scale part is probably my favorite, it's simple but works very well :classic:

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I like that the first scene is one of panic which sets the scene for the build. I also like all the activity going on in the fight/ flight of the citizens. Nice job!

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Great ent like elemental and the scene really captures a sense of panic and desperation

Like Z said the photos could likely be helped by shooting it outside in a shady area. Also buy a yard (or meter) of plain white fabric and use it as a backdrop. a couple minutes of preparation will save you a lot of time and headaches when post editing the photos!

Great that you had time to enter and look forward to seeing some more builds from you!

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Great to see that you entered the challenge Styrbjorn!

This is by far the best build you have done! The elemental is great and not to blocky (as mine! :wink: ) and I like the panic feel in the moc!

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I love the wall!!! And the scene too of course :D

Only remark on that wall is that the battlements may be a bit higher to provide more defence :classic:

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Gotta reiterate everybody here and give you props for the "ent-ish" feel.

I'm loving those arrow slits!

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Great sense of action, and a wonderful ent -emental. I would really like to see an overview of the whole build,the castle walls are very promising. The first photo is superb!

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The micro scale part is probably my favorite, it's simple but works very well :classic:

Yeah, that part really looks good - it makes it seem like the land is far down. :thumbup: Good job!

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The action in the scene is well done, the pose of the elemental monster adds a lot to that! :thumbup:

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Very nice entry Styrbjorn! That first shot really is gold - the low eyeline makes the elemental really look formidible as it rampages through the town. The microscale view from the battlements in the fifth pic is also pretty sweet. I do think you could have culled your pics a little bit better though - some of the pics, especially the blurry ones, don't do your creation justice. Better to leave them out and just put in your best ones i reckon. :thumbup: Best of luck in the voting!

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You've done a great job with the figure posing, I really like the guy jumping off the roof towards the elemental. You really captured some great action here. Keep it up! :thumbup:

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