TheLordOfBricks

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    Gospel, Outdoors, Basketball, Tolkien, Legos (Obviously). :)

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  1. Hello! This is my second of 19 builds I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per build, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the build, this is one of the bigger Roast Mutton scenes I have seen, and is on a 52 x 53 quarter irregular base. Here are some more pics: Here are some WIP pics: And here is the main pic again: This project started out pretty quickly, then kinda slowed down... I also had to clean my lego room, which surprising or not, took me about a week and a half to do... Another issue I faced, is the trolls themselves, as you can see, I am pretty bad with making brick-built creatures... :P I really struggle with that, and these (Which isn't great...) are my best brick-built creatures yet, otherwise, this IMO is a pretty good, and detailed moc... C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory!
  2. Nice one SK! Anyone else seeing this as a Summer Joust prize? :D
  3. Another great one John! :D Keep it up!
  4. Thanks! Roast Mutton will probably be my worst, which is coming up next... But then I have a bunch of other fun builds with the rest of the chapters. :D Please keep on the lookout for the rest of the year! :D
  5. Thanks guys! :D
  6. Hello! This is my first of 19 builds I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per build, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the build, this is the first olive green bag end! Or at least the first that I have seen, it is on a 32 x 32 baseplate. :D Here are some pics of the build: Please check out the full post on MP, I couldn't get the pictures small enough for this forum, other than this picture. Bag End on MP... Thanks for viewing! :D C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory! :D
  7. Awesome job Isaac! The colors are great, along with that awesome stonework, and the round roof, it looks wonderful! Keep it up man! :D
  8. Nice! The colors fit together really good, and of course, the flag works great for over the door, but the reddish brown studs on the side of the building are just a wonderful addition helping the scene look real! Keep it up! :D
  9. Wow! This is incredible! :D Keep it up man! :D
  10. Awesome job Isaac! I love these great small buildings in market scenes. :D Colorwise, the blue door is definitely the best, but technique wise, that cobblestone is pretty awesome. Headlight bricks are just awesome! :D Keep it up Isaac! :D
  11. Nice one John! The Olive Green works perfectly for this scene! Keep it up man!
  12. Ooooh, awesome! The interior is the best part IMO, but the trees and landscaping outside is still pretty awesome, not to mention the incredible gateway, that throne is probably my favorite small-er details... Keep it up! :D
  13. Nice job John! The colors here are great! Keep it up man!
  14. Awesome John! The stonework on the tower really pops out, and it looks great! Keep it up!