thanks for the positive feedback so far. More criticism would help too though.
I actually do admit that some things look rather odd, for instance some of the color scemes. However, I actually researched the topic, and asked a friend of mine who is a master carpenter specialized in reconstructing half timbered houses. He says that houses in medieval times were indeed colorful. The problem is of course, that Lego colors itself are really extreme and therefore it will always look a little exeggareted. Although I do admit, that I should have used dark blue/dark green instead of blue and a different kind of yellow too. They are really expensive to come by though. Another thing that may look odd are the roof color scemes. They are to represent the mix of slate and clay roof tiles found in my city, clay tiles and bricks coming up there around the 14th/15th century. And clay roof tiles come in all kinds of colors. As can be seen in this picture:
What may also be unsual is that the houses face the street wiht the roof and not the gable. Houses with their gable towards the street are more of a south German thing though. North German houses were also much more humble.
My largest flaw however, are my mediocre digital photography skills, I know that.