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[MOC] Medieval layout 2020 Edition

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Medieval layout, which was part of a Christmas Exhibition at the Salling Department Store, Aarhus, Denmark.

 

More pictures can be seen on Flickr

Medieval Village Full Layout

 

A YouTube Video where selected scenes from layout can be seen. In the end of the video the full layout including a castle (Benjamin) and a lake (Morten) can be seen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Great scene.  Lots of details.  All the buildings look great, the different buildings and colors really pop.  The different roof styles add some nice variation too.  The landscaping is excellent especially the pine trees.  The ground work looks great with the pathway throughout the build.  There is so much variety here.  The animals and the figs throughout the build really bring the build to life.  Great job.  

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13 hours ago, caiman0637 said:

Woah, this is amazing! Those trees are excellent!

 

5 hours ago, zoth33 said:

Great scene.  Lots of details.  All the buildings look great, the different buildings and colors really pop.  The different roof styles add some nice variation too.  The landscaping is excellent especially the pine trees.  The ground work looks great with the pathway throughout the build.  There is so much variety here.  The animals and the figs throughout the build really bring the build to life.  Great job.  

Thanks 😊

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Beautiful! The level of detail is absurd (albeit not too much either). What kind of connection do you use to achieve the slope of your roofs (like for the blue buildings)? That's always the trickiest part of medieval builds for me. 

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11 hours ago, NickLord_of_Brick said:

Beautiful! The level of detail is absurd (albeit not too much either). What kind of connection do you use to achieve the slope of your roofs (like for the blue buildings)? That's always the trickiest part of medieval builds for me. 

Thank you. The top layer of elements are attached to 1x? and 2x? plates. The angle of the roof are created with either ball joints or plates with shaft/holder. Sorry but I can't find any pictures of how it's created.

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Gorgeous build. Massive size and the details are great down to the smallest stud. Kudos.

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