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[TC2] Cat. B - Killian Goodwill

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Entry for Category B: 'The Rogues Gallery'

Killian Goodwill the retired artillary officer, owner of Tavern, Sugar plantation and Pandora continues his adventures into Era 3. With determination in his eyes and a officer's posture which exudes confidence and a sense of purpose in the new Era to come.

Killian Goodwill era III

Showing off his earlier adventures and the assets he's built up along the way. A bottle of Rum made from the same sugar produced at the Sugar Plantation, painting from the TavernThe Hertzie tower, Delphinus Orca, Military camp and The Parvus in minimocs are represented in the background, aswell as Killians grandfather who played a big role in his earlier years.

 

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Killian Goodwill era III full moc

 

 

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Amazing! Great posing on the character and so many details to look at. Lovely edit of the ship's painting as well.

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Great work! Clever use of a brick built body for a proper portrait pose. Minifigs don't exactly lend themselves well to portraits:pir_laugh2:

The embed for your overall moc pic seems to not be working. The link does take me to flickr though.

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Very good one, as the others said. The choice for a slightly bigger scale and using a brickbuild body sure works really good.

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So much to like about this! Great details and parts usage throughout. The area rug is excellent! The only thing that feels off at all is the minifig head. If you could have done something brickbuilt to better fit the scale, that would have been perfect. But this is still outstanding! :thumbup:

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Great entry! In or ally I’m not a great fan of over minifig scale builds, but the way you organised the perspective and the objects you chose (like the books and the ship model) really make their job! I also like the more canonical portrait as an element of your scene!

Well done!

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On 6/14/2024 at 3:41 PM, evancelt said:

Great character build!

Thank you!

On 6/14/2024 at 6:10 PM, Ross Fisher said:

Great portrait. Really captures the Spirit of the man. 

Thanks:pir-grin:

On 6/14/2024 at 6:26 PM, Professor Thaum said:

Looks like Dr Loveless (Wild Wild West )

:pir-triumph:

On 6/15/2024 at 10:37 AM, Khorne said:

Amazing! Great posing on the character and so many details to look at. Lovely edit of the ship's painting as well.

Thank you. A fun little edit I did a while back.

On 6/16/2024 at 5:37 PM, Jeff of Clubs said:

Great work! Clever use of a brick built body for a proper portrait pose. Minifigs don't exactly lend themselves well to portraits:pir_laugh2:

The embed for your overall moc pic seems to not be working. The link does take me to flickr though.

Yeah, it was either that or trying to pose the minifig in stud which is very clumsy. But this worked out pretty well:pir_laugh2:

I edited the post, so it should be working again now:thumbup:

On 6/16/2024 at 10:19 PM, Fraunces said:

Very good one, as the others said. The choice for a slightly bigger scale and using a brickbuild body sure works really good.

Thank you.:pir-grin:

On 6/19/2024 at 11:38 PM, Capt Wolf said:

So much to like about this! Great details and parts usage throughout. The area rug is excellent! The only thing that feels off at all is the minifig head. If you could have done something brickbuilt to better fit the scale, that would have been perfect. But this is still outstanding! :thumbup:

Thanks the rug is one of my favorite details even tho you cant see it that much.

Yeah I used the minifig head because it's easier to see that it's Killian and also the minifig head is proportionally weird to build around with it beeing to big for a minifig and for this one beeing to round I guess :pir_laugh2:.

18 hours ago, Keymonus said:

Great entry! In or ally I’m not a great fan of over minifig scale builds, but the way you organised the perspective and the objects you chose (like the books and the ship model) really make their job! I also like the more canonical portrait as an element of your scene!

Well done!

Thank you. With lego beeing quite big for a minifig it fits well with a bigger scale imo.

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