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#1 Andonii

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 04:36 PM

The Rampant Lion Inn is a small inn, but serves the best ale in Avalonia. If any traveller passes through the city, they always stop here. de Gothia of Avalonia was enjoying a drink at the inn with me this day.

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Thanks.

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#2 lightningtiger

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 09:07 PM

Wow, it's small....but does the job 'Andonii'. :wink:
But....timber base with stone work above it....shouldn't it be the other way round, stone footings and timber walls ?
Anyway, Brick On fellow defender of Avalonia........Avalonia Forever !

#3 de Gothia

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 09:55 PM

Andonii, don´t take this the wrong way, it´s great to see your enthuisasm to Avalonia but all your buildings (even the farm you did in LDD) kind of looks the same...

Try to get out of your comfort zone and think outside the box ( :wink: ). Try to add some windows with arches over, add doors, bend the buildings, or get them a little more rough texture, add a little more to the outside like pebbles and stones on the ground...

I realize that with a limited number of bricks it´s harder but I know that you could do some magic!  :classic:

And that drink was sure fine!

Keep up the mocing andonii and the fact that I´m being harsch on you is because I know you can do much better!!  :classic:

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#4 Andonii

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 10:00 PM

View Postde Gothia, on 10 December 2011 - 09:55 PM, said:

Andonii, don´t take this the wrong way, it´s great to see your enthuisasm to Avalonia but all your buildings (even the farm you did in LDD) kind of looks the same...

Try to get out of your comfort zone and think outside the box ( :wink: ). Try to add some windows with arches over, add doors, bend the buildings, or get them a little more rough texture, add a little more to the outside like pebbles and stones on the ground...

I realize that with a limited number of bricks it´s harder but I know that you could do some magic!  :classic:

And that drink was sure fine!

Keep up the mocing andonii and the fact that I´m being harsch on you is because I know you can do much better!!  :classic:


I'll try next time, but as you said, it is difficult with a limited amount of bricks. Although, I get your point.


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#5 lightningtiger

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Posted 10 December 2011 - 11:44 PM

Perhaps a design rethink, go classic town style open back, add a bar for the barmaid to serve and bark at the drunk knights when they have had too much cheer. :wink:
Look at the tavern design in the POTC London Escape set and score some inspiration from that 'Andonii'.....Brick On ! :classic:
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#6 Captain BeerBeard

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Posted 11 December 2011 - 05:20 AM

Don't be in such a rush to post something. EB will be here when you get more pieces. Is money an issue? If it is I suggest you get sets like the creator cabin and apple treehouse. Those sets give you a lot to work with your current collection added in. Lightningtiger made a good suggestion. Do you have any of those two part bricks that move so you can make an angled roof out of plates? One bulding tip I can share with you is if you use windows, they can really stretch your parts out if you do it right. Didn't I tell you that before?
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