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  1. Great job thus far! It's definitely cool to have a weekly wrap-up Another contest you could include if you want to is The Summer Joust over on Flickr. It has 6 categories, 17 prizes, and is open until the end of June. Keep up the good work!
  2. Thanks Aanchir! Capturing the feeling of each scene was one of my biggest goals with this build, so I'm glad you think it paid off Thanks! Yes, the dish is just rested in place on top of the levers. Thanks Gunman Thank you, glad you like it!
  3. My first entry for the Color It Blacktron Contest over on Flickr. The idea is to make any build you want, whether that be in Castle, Pirates, Space, Town, etc. but build it using Blacktron colors. This was quite enjoyable to make, and started with the cockpit, when I realized the tracks would hold them together pretty well. It took a little patience to get the driver/controls in, but I like how it turned out. More pictures on Brickbuilt Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  4. Excellent series of builds, Josh! They really illustrate the story nicely. The skeleton trees scene is definitely one of my favorites, the colors are superb, as is the base design. I also quite like the graveyard, with the various tomb designs and fabulous building.
  5. Very nice cottage, Kai! The bright colorscheme looks great, and that tiling technique is very simple but very effective as well! I do think a little bit of overhang or gables on the roof would've looked nice, as right now it's almost a square box all the way up. Excellent work overall though
  6. I always love seeing your skyrim builds, and this one is no exception As usual, the colorscheme is wonderful, and all the little sections of roof break up the stonework and tudor sections nicely. Wonderful job of filling the gaps in the top roof as well
  7. Definitely one of the best burnt-house builds I've seen, the different thickness of black parts used and crumbling walls are fantastic. The snowscape looks good as well, I like the bits of clear in it
  8. Excellent builds! The architecture of the first scene is excellent, and I like the floor patterning. The Kaliphlin scene is wonderful as well, the bold use of color fits perfectly with the Mediterranean style. I'll have to remember the wall made of headlight bricks design, it's great for patterning.
  9. Well, that's definitely a house I wouldn't want to live in Wonderful tudor work and landscaping here, I really like the sand green/dark green/dark tan combo. Fantastic mushroom design too
  10. Lots of neat scenes here! The SNOT water technique works well for the second build, and I like the vegetation. The amount of color in the Kaliphlin scene really captures the Mediterranean feel, and is a great use of that baseplate as well
  11. Excellent vignette, Graham The trans black water looks great, and I like the little boulders in the landscape. Neat reeds too
  12. My entry for round 1 of The Middle Earth LEGO Olympics over on MOCpages. The category was to create a build based on one of J.R.R Tolkien’s poems or songs. Here is the one I chose: Farewell we call to hearth and hall! Though wind may blow and rain may fall, We must away ere break of day Far over wood and mountain tall. To Rivendell, where Elves yet dwell In glades beneath the misty fell, Through moor and waste we ride in haste, And whither then we cannot tell. With foes ahead, behind us dread, Beneath the sky shall be our bed, Until at last our toil be passed, Our journey done, our errand sped. We must away! We must away! We ride before the break of day! I tried to portray the 3 main themes of the song: hearth and home, travel through the wild, and Rivendell. More pictures on Brickbuilt. Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  13. Some excellent fig combos here, dathil, and I love the sand green and bley colorscheme for the walls! That floor technique fits the scene nicely as well
  14. Very nice work, Wedge The wooden bridges look great, and I like the cableways as well.
  15. This was one of the toughest rounds for me so far, deciding between the Hiker and Grandma Visitor was brutal. Ended up going for Grandma Visitor, but only by the slimmest of margins.