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[MOC] the french castle

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Great build :classic:
Much different than the 'normal' castles you often see. I like these one too.
the Back 'part' is a bit higher right? I see a plateau, nice. I also like that little church in the corner.
Only I think it's a bit 'empty', maybe some flags would be nice.

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Amazing build! I like how you solved the walls, no dull grey but also not a mess of 20+ different bricks and styles. Well done rocks, it's nice when they are not too high. Rpound towers are top! I like the small stairs in the middle.
Maybe add some more life, some small tents and buildings plus minifigsd would make the center less empty.
Very, very nice!

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Impressive. It certainly dwarfs the neighbouring fish and chip shop.

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Beautiful! I remember seeing this sometime awhile ago somewhere else. I really like the plateau. Maybe you could add more figures to that area?

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Its a very very very nice castle..i want to see with some medieval buildings the army around and the final ground..very very nice!!

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Excellent !

Great rendition of a castle.

Where was it exposed ? Being french myself, I think I could have seen it for real...

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hi, thank you :classic:

he was exposed one time in 03 dpt next Bourbon-Lancy (april). The next time it will be in october, at Clenay 21 (with Festibriques association)

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That is an enormous castle! *oh2*

Great use of the old cylinder parts (from HP) and the castle wall pieces).

 

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Posted (edited)

Really gorgeous, realistic looking, castle.

Thanks for sharing!

Edited by leafan

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