These guys are pretty bad-a$$ - notice that they wear chrome cutlasses and knives on the "Prince of Persia" X-shape neck sheath; also note the chained skeleton cage:
The right side - 16x8 rope bridge connects the gothic double house to the millhouse's island:
The other side - there's a small dock on here that leads to a rope ladder in the back that goes all the way up the mill's structure:
Close-up; everybody's drunk and having a ball, except the guy on the gallows tree - this is an real noose that was a huge pain the a$$ to tie:
The back of the gothic houses:
Technic connectors support the back of the 3-story house and the side of its 2-story counterpart:
The set is totally modular; here's the millhouse first floor with the second floor removed (armoire, glass chrome flintlock case, rum cask palette):
I really need a big white sheet of paper to reduce the ridiculous amount of contrast from the camera flash:
Here's the second floor removed (really expensive rare brown roof bricks - what a rip-off!!!!!):
This is the left side of the millhouse second floor; notice the "crack" that separates the front roof from the back four studs of roof section:
The 2x2 portion of roof adjacent to the window is actually a ridge, and is connected to a red 1x2 hinge that allows it to fold down:
This allows the second floor of the millhouse to be opened on its side hinges, which would otherwise be prohibitted by the overlap of roof edges:
A little fun upstairs:
Thanks to "ChromeBricks" for the mirror-chrome 2x2 round tile on the middle dresser in here:
And that's that.
Edited by CCOOK, 28 October 2010 - 05:17 AM.