I really like this, both for the well executed techniques (which are flawless), but also for the whole concept I am reading in this (Light against Dark) excellent work. The SNOT masonry looks gorgeous but, and this is not a criticism, I would have liked to see it for the whole wall (and not just the parapet). It is because seeing the 'goodness' of the top, I would like to see it for the lower portion. But all in all, this is just an excellent concept, which has been built nicely
Waterbrick Down, on 03 February 2011 - 09:52 PM, said:
One other note, excellent use of the unlit torches, I'm not sure if this was intentional or not, but it is quite fitting for a day-time scene and adds a touch of realism. Far too often if there is a torch in a MoC there seems to be a magic rule that says it must be aflame, so bravo to you.
This is a really good observation, and so true. Thanks for bringing it up, I always feel the need to add that flame piece! But thinking about it, none of my MOC are supposed to be set in the night! Definitely given me something to think about in the future!
Dan Church, on 04 February 2011 - 01:43 AM, said:
It was supposed to be cotton, but I couldn't remember if that was a legitimate textile source in medieval europe. Oh well.
Given the context (as this is pure fantasy), I don't think it matters at all!