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CHALLENGE I: The Ruined Granary

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Around the ruined granary, the rebuilding process started to take shape. Both peasnts and soldiers worked hard, to rebuild the storage building, befor the start of the harvest. Winter was far, but with everyday, it came closer, Conrad wanted tobuild, of fix many buildings, capable, to store food, for the time of need. 

 "- If neccesary the lords of  Avalonia can give shelter to the refugees. But if we are not focusing, to store our food,for the winter, we can't feed even our soldiers." -Said Conrad, every time, if someone asked him, why not building, or repairing the houses.

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Check back later, who knows, they will finish it...

 

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Very nice scaffolding technique! I like how you did the roof tile replacement. 

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I love the build, lot of techniques that catch my eye!

Suggestion: maybe a little more light when taking the pictures would make everything a little clearer...

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Looks like a very interesting build with a lot going on, i only wish i could see more! Adding larger, brighter images would be a great help. :classic:

From what i can see, the broken tower corner and the helm set in the base really stand out. I am curious about whats going on with the cart as well.. it almost looks like it's tipping over?

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You do a very nice job of showing the action of a busy construction site here. I like the way part of the wall of the granary is SNOTed, perhaps indicating sections that have been recently repaired, while the bulk of it is typical studs-up building. The scaffolding is quite nice, too. I would not want to be the guy up at the top working on the roof, however, seeing how unstable the base of the building looks; I would want to wait until they had finished the masonry before beginning that part of the job! But maybe that is just me, or maybe Conrad has some guys on his crew that he hopes to lose in an "accident" (especially considering the part of the beam the worker appears to be sawing on vs. the part he is standing on...). 

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Thanks, thanks, its good to see, how many of you liked it. A little help is required. Someof the pictures didn't open my flickr withthe selected picture, instead, reload this topic again. Any suggestion what can be the problem?

The real credits goes to my girlfriend. Thanks to her, the granary fell from the table, so i hade to almost start again, adding the huge hole on the corner, :D

And the guy with the saw, this is one of my favorite head, he looks so dumb, I can only imagine him doing this.

For the finished building, I will use it, for the HSS challenge.

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The build seems good with lots of details but I have to echo the comments on presentation/photography. In terms of presentation, jumbling all the photos together makes it hard to know what to look at. It's probably better to let them be one-by-one in a list format, especially if you resize them so that details are easier to see.

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Looks like a productive work site! Cool scaffolding and I like the way you are showing roof repairs :thumbup:

A granary being rebuilt is a great idea for this challenge :classic:

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Great minifig posing, they make for a very busy feeling (especially combined with all the wooden supports)! Some of my favourites include the one tiling the roof, or the bald mason :thumbup: 

Also, the crack in the wall looks very good

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