Ecclesiastes

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  1. Great work, so much to see in a tiny space! I really like the rock part you've used above the stove and the hood used as a basket is a very nice touch!
  2. Official for sure! Gives us some time to have a look at all the fantastic entries of the last book and make up a story towards the next one!
  3. Oh yeah, looking forward to that!!
  4. The last challenge is over and there are a lot of stunning entries out there. Like the one made by Henjin_Quilones: Make sure to check his builds and story and while you'll strolling around there you'll come across a lot more great entries!
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  6. Amazing entries so far guys!!
  7. That's still no reason to post in this topic, especially when a moderator told not to. Just feast your eyes on it and move on. And a hall of fame would become enormous because there's just too much great stuff to find here. Closing this for now. If maydayartist returns he can request to open it again.
  8. Hi

    Hi Matty, Welcome! From what I've seen your posting is quite mature so there's nothing to worry about so far. But keep in mind that Eurobricks is an adult community. So displaying your age isn't a good idea.
  9. Fantastic, love the details! Microscale building can be hard, but you've nailed it!
  10. While clicking on the topic title I expected something bigger. But although it's smaller than expected, Sunder pleasantly surprised me with this detailed microscale castle! Make sure to check out the details in History Forum, because there's plenty of other good photos to enjoy!
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  12. There she is, revealed in all her glory. 71042 The Silent Mary from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales! Weighing in at 2,200 pieces for $199.99USD, she can be expected to hit your port on the 1st of April 2017 (no fooling!). Get more details in the Pirates Forum!
  13. Of course, feel free to spice it up! Preferably yes, but it's all about making awesome minifig combinations. And yes, not printing or custom stuff. I've added the link from the previous contest for inspiration. I think that there's a lot of styles we haven't really covered yet. For example Feudal Japan, yes occasionally it comes across in Kalphlin but that's still way more Persian based. And don't forget civilizations that were highly advanced like the Inca's. Well, a perfect opportunity to boost those shipbuilding skills of yours. I don't really see that problem. It's still fantasy based, but the focus in this challenge just doesn't lies on the mainland. As the reference to BoB's, to be honest I haven't been following that, but that has a more pirate like vibe to me. You are free to use your sigfig of course and live there. But the main focus is that it should be a temporary place to live at, a safe haven for the time being. Hoping and waiting for better days to come. And about adding the newly discovered lands, it could be that we add the winner(s) to the map. Like we previously did with the Varlyrio challenge. And don't apologize for saying your thoughts, it's an open community and we are always open for feedback and suggestions of all sort! 5 5
  14. Good to hear, saw some photos popping up on Flickr so I was hoping you might come back!
  15. This is so much fun to look at. Especially seeing the improvement of building and photo skills! I was also thinking of making a post like. Not to just show all my builds, but to connect them to each other storywise.