"Hi friends ;)
I was allowed to make entry for challenge V via my girlfriend. She is so sweet :) (for Avalonian:)). The entry will not be eligible for prize, for me being in exile and all that, but it will contribute to the glory of my guild! :)
I present you: Netheril
This is an ancient celestial town, and Drow used it's caverns for refugee camps during elemental rampage. Drow can not be seen in this pictures, but I will post later, as there are some nice details, like the Drow painting white into red ;)
Notice that there are almost no strait lines on this moc, all the buildings are curved, and I am especially proud of the tree trunk
Also notice that the base is 52x52= 2704 studs, and every line of bricks in the height does not exceed 2704 studs, I was pretty adamant about this ;) And this includes all the bridges, splash from waterfall and similar.
I've put only few minifigs, and there are more then 30 celestial that came to force the Drow away from their ancient city.
Notice sculpture of angel, a LOT of spiral stairs, floor on the terrace, made from trans clear plates 1x2 and 1x2
I made only ambient photos, there will be a better wave of photos, made with bright lights and better camera.
I did not have pass from Ivana's profile, so I had to wait until she came from work to post pictures :) I will post more detailed later during the week
The thing I've enjoyed a lot are white trees with orange leaves. There are a lot of thing I would like to tell you about this city, but I am short with time, and we will continue talking about it tomorrow :) Also, I\ve made a "sea surface"out of blue bricks, but then it would not be 52x52 :) I will post photos with blue sea surface during the week
What do you think? This is my firs "all cylindrical" city, and without a hint of red, visible on the first glance :)
Here you can see some other Drow cities from me:
Twisted Tower of Ashaba
Ruined temple of Shar
Song of Fire and Ice
And everything is nicely indexed in the topic [url="http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=60476"] Drow , featuring hundreds of minifigs in one place.
Edited by Gilence, 12 November 2012 - 08:35 PM.