Thanks all for the positive feedback... a few things...
Eilif, on Oct 12 2009, 03:25 PM, said:
One suggestion I would make would be to possibly add some visual interest to the body of the structure by adding an observation deck, or some large observation windows about halfway up.
Well that is why I tried the stripe- I would like to do more windows but the curved ones are hard to work in (there are no such thing as brown 1 x 4 Lego arches and no good quality black lattice windows in the square variety. I tried a couple of other colors but didn't love them. I do agree it is a bit bland in the center... I might come up with something!
Perfectionist, on Oct 12 2009, 04:55 PM, said:
I wonder though, which ships should this massive tower guide into harbor? As far as I know, you have none in minifig scale
What do you mean? Do you mean I do not have any ships using the Lego® style hulls? Or is this sarcasm?
Joey Lock, on Oct 11 2009, 04:20 PM, said:
Thats much better now its more bright. How far from the port will this be? Since it has a slight port on the Rocks.
All it needs is a little log cabin next to it so the Lighthouse keeper has somewhere to stay for the week shift:
That is a lovely cabin... if it weren't going to be integrated into Fort Brighton as was a complete stand alone MOC, I think I would consider it. I do like that log technique though, is that one of yours Joey?
Derfel Cardarn, on Oct 12 2009, 03:02 PM, said:
Very nice job u have done on this, even tho im not a fan of SNOT rocks it is a great bit of landscaping. Im sure your finished project will look stunning once complete. Seeing a nice moc like this makes me wanna go build something really epic! Watch this space
Great work, keep 'em coming Z!
I am a big fan of your landscaping skills so keep pouring out the MOCs so I can "borrow" your techniques!