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#1 Cij Daoke

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 04:02 AM

Lord Khan is a nobleman of the Viper House. He is in charge of Land Executioning in Merodaquinas city.

This MOC was created for LUG Brasil's Fifth Castle Challenge. I took the faction I created for my human Nocturnians to uphold the colours of Lord Khan's House, and off course it was placed on my Nocturnus city.

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Lord Khan's House - Merodaquinas Judge and Family par Felipe Descomplicado, sur Flickr

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Lord Khan's House - Merodaquinas Judge and Family par Felipe Descomplicado, sur Flickr

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Lord Khan's House - Merodaquinas Judge and Family par Felipe Descomplicado, sur Flickr

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Lord Khan's House - Merodaquinas Judge and Family par Felipe Descomplicado, sur Flickr


Hope you liked it! C&C always appreciated!

Now I will finish editing the other photos from my Embassy...
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#2 Balthasar

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 01:33 PM

lovely scene. It fits perfectly into Merodaquinas. I'm particulary fond of the bridge house and nice work on the round roof.

Looking forward to more Merodaquinas builds!

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 05:56 PM

I sure am glad that there still are some humans left in Nocturnus! Other than that nice build, I really like the covered bridge and the overall structure of your building. Nice roof color pattern. Good job!
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#4 Basiliscus

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 10:06 PM

Lovely work. The architecture is fantastic, and a lot of nice little details - such as the timbered effects, windows and door. The angled bridge is nicely done, and the colour blocking is very natural.

One thing though - the water is a bit basic and I would have liked to see the water level reduced a bit (otherwise it looks like it is overflowing!).

Overall though, a great MOC.

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#5 Jareth

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 12:50 AM

Nice tudor build and roof technique.  Angling the bridge really makes it look like a real terrain feature, instead of 90 degrees to the rest.
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#6 Rogue Angel

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Posted 18 March 2012 - 02:52 PM

Great job here!  I really like the colors you used here, I'd be able to tell right away it's yours.  I like the roofing slope, and the reinforced bridge.  I also really like the details on the back of the build - thanks for showing them!  I was hoping you'd post pictures from a few more angles on your last build, like this one.  I also really like your group of characters, and your use of the Slytherin (I think) shield.  I don't remember seeing anyone else use it, so maybe you've got the monopoly on it.  Your characters look very individual despite the fact that some have the same torsos.  Excellent MOC!

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#7 Gabe

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 03:31 AM

Nice build Cij Daoke, i like the covered bridge and the use of the big 8x8 grill peices for the bottom windows. (i assume that's what they are?)  :thumbup: I have to agree through with Basiliscus about the water - it looks very high. Also, i'm not convinced that the blue is the best option for Nocturnus water - it seems a bit bright.

I do like your household, they look a formidible bunch! Is that a cut-down lego axe that fellow on the right is holding? It looks great - almost like a 3rd party piece.  :classic:
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#8 Captain BeerBeard

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Posted 20 March 2012 - 02:17 AM

This is really nice. I like how you did that black roof. I thought about doing that before but wasn't sure about it. :thumbup:
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