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#26 Captain BeerBeard

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:15 PM

Ok, as you requested I will give you my honest opinion. The things I like first. Your microscale is awesome. The snow covered trees that are way back there and the mountain with castle are great. :thumbup: The snow on the main build is nice and I like the shape of the building and the way the tower connects to it. Nice clear pictures.The things to improve. The main problem here is the elemental. Your scene has no real focus on it. The elemental is not destroying anything. The elemental doesn't have a natural appearance. Like Gabe said more articulation would have really helped.I looked through some of your older GoH moc's after you contacted me. I don't think you made this entry up to your own standard's. Look back on your older moc's and see how detailed they were. You could have added gables over the doorway and some more detail to the main building. That would help. The woodwork on the tower matches the stonework too much. I'm not sure what you would do to fix that. Maybe some destruction? Your choice for your first picture did not represent your entry very well. The first picture is really important. Thats the point where people keep looking or press the back button. I hope that helps. I won't do this again for you. :tongue: It took me too much time. Good luck in the future
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Posted 16 August 2012 - 05:44 AM

Hey CBB, I'm glad you told me the truth and put the finger at the right spot, thank you for that!!
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