Posted 15 March 2010 - 01:50 AM
The Plantation House, with fireplace, bed, trophy case, desk, and sea chest. Sorry about the crappy pics, but my camera's busted and I had to use my phone.
Posted 15 March 2010 - 06:43 AM
^Horsies like carrots
^This is a dance called the door thieves shuffle! Just keep running!
Edited by Grimmy, 15 March 2010 - 06:45 AM.
Posted 15 March 2010 - 11:50 AM
Posted 15 March 2010 - 03:42 PM
#33 - Paddles' Inn:
Both pics are links. The overhead shot of both buildings together side by side, as depicted in the town map:
Posted 15 March 2010 - 07:31 PM
I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
Top for Big Picture
Flickr Link for higher resolution pics and better closeups:
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Posted 15 March 2010 - 10:04 PM
Like it's so often the case, the shoemaker has the worst shoes, the teacher's children are behaving the worst and the mason has the crappiest home. Just like in this case, where the village's French mason/sculptor Jaques Calcul creates the most beautiful sculptures, but really doesn't know how to take care of himself and his home, which hasn't seen any new paint in a few years. Luckily his daughter Denise comes by each noon to supply him with some food and a good glass of wine. The poor man would truely starve to death otherwise ...
Edited by kabel, 15 March 2010 - 10:06 PM.
Royal Architect of Mitgardia and Vice Admiral of the Mitgardian fleet
Posted 16 March 2010 - 12:31 AM
Integration (slightly older versions, but to get an idea of how it would fit in a port)
See these MOCs and MORE in the Guilds of Historica!
Trian Burress fell in Nocturnus at the battle for Abyssian!
Posted 16 March 2010 - 01:47 AM
My first picture shows the whole moc
My second picture shows a thief stealing money
This one shows a honest man earning his keep
Next a old man walking the broken path
This shows the roof technique I used
Lastly these are some holes in the shack
The Roof technique As requested
I hope you liked it
Edited by General Redwater, 17 March 2010 - 09:04 PM.
Join The Brick Hope!
"We shall defend our island whatever the cost may be; we shall fight on beaches, landing grounds, in fields, in streets and on the hills. We shall never surrender and even if, which I do not for the moment believe, this island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British Fleet, will carry on the struggle until in God's good time the New World with all its power and might, sets forth to the liberation and rescue of the Old."
- Prime Minister Winston Churchill (after the fall of France)
Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:53 AM
Here it is, hope I made it in time.
Front View of the Shop
Mortician Hard at Work
The Dearly Departed
My Favorite Shot
That's all folks.
Currently questing in Sandy's Heroica RPG as:
Posted 16 March 2010 - 10:19 PM
Community Build: 16x16
Ok, I'm really not happy with my entry. Firstly I ran out of the right coloured bricks because working on a 16x16 is something I have never attempted sucessfully. Also my Camera ain't too good so It didn't turn out to well. Well heres me making excuses, I guess its just I should have planned all the work and school having to do between the Entrance and end.
Ground Floor, Lounge Area. You may sit, read your favorite book whilst relaxing by a warm fire (Worst-Best picture I had)
Top Floor, Activity Area.
You may duel for squabbles or just for practise, the only rule is to not step past the Circle or you bring shame!
Hope its good enough.
Luckily I took all the pictures just before my Camera ran out of batteries!
God save the gracious King,
Long live the noble King,
God save the King:
Send him victorious,
Happy and glorious,
Long to reign over us:
God save the King.
Posted 16 March 2010 - 10:48 PM
This is community build entry 60-The Graveyard. A 16X16
The graveyard itself with the hill in which carries the secret treasure which will be added as a picture tommorrow.
The underground dead man room.
I hope you enjoyed viewing my EB community module. Brickshelf
More Info here.
Posted 17 March 2010 - 12:53 AM
There is a part of town that is old but not historic, where every other building has been owned for two generations by an heir in another city, and there is rubbish piled against every available wall for no particular reason, and the entire place is falling apart. In this part of town, the governer might buy a small building without attracting any attention whatsoever.
The building in question is buried deep within the labirynthine streets of the area. It is almost impossible to find without a map. Those very few who know of it call it the doorless building, either through ignorance or secrecy, because, indeed, the building has no door.
And if you were to try to find a door by somehow climbing over the abutting buildings, you would find none in the back of the Doorless Building either. But you would find horrible things.
And if you waited long enough, you would see a secret door open, and the body of a pirate that was of no further use be quietly disposed of through it.
And if you then got the idea that there might be another secret door in the front, you might somehow get back over the abutting buildings and notice that the golden wall sconce looks suspicious, and pull on it, and see the heavy stone door open. And hear the screams.
And you might walk in and see the torturer's tools arranged with loving care. The Stretcher (with optional blades on the bed), the Whip, the Paddle, the Cheese Grater. And, for difficult cases, on a revered place high upon the shelf, the torturer's subtlest and simplest tools - the Screwdriver and the Poison with an Imaginary Antidote.
And you would see one of Her Majesty's most sadistic men carrying out the first round of questions with the pirate in the boiling tub (his first bath in two years) while preparing for the second round by burning a poker until it's orange-hot.
And you would marvel that such a small chamber could hold such large horrors.
And then, as your spirit lifted through the ceiling, you would realize that the torturer had bludgeoned you to death with the poker, lest you divulge the location of the torture chamber. And you would see a rat waiting for its next meal - you.
Thanks for reading!
Posted 17 March 2010 - 01:26 PM
Have you ever wondered where those Pirates get their Peg Legs and Hooks from?
Here is My Entry for the Community Build. I have built a Dr.'s Office to service all
the wounded imperial soldiers and pirates who have sustained injuries during their
battles with each other. This office specializes in performing amputations and fitting
the patient with prosthetic limbs. Here at "Hooks & Pegs R Us" we don't just patch
them up, we also help to rehab the patient and get them ready to go back into
the world and enjoy their new limb.
The view of the front of the building
The surgeons room, complete with blunt instruments, text books, anatomical
models (skeleton) and a top notch nursing staff (I think the one on the right is new).
It looks like no one has emptied the "Spare Parts" bin in a while.
The rehab room where the nurses help to teach the wounded how to use their new Limbs.
The top view for the community map
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