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Mitgardian Farm (10)

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Steen Larson's plan was to have the smaller towns and cities evacuated to more rural areas where chances of attack were less.

So Glorfindel and some of his elite soldiers escorted this family from a destroyed village, to this farm:

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stable:

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Chicken coop:

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plow:

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farmers.JPG

refugees.JPG

Interior:

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stairs.JPG

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fire.JPG

Door opens:

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Previous build: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=81866

Next build: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=81868

All C&C appreciated :classic:

Edited by soccerkid6

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Great build! But lots of those figs look seriously Avalonian. But the build is what matters! This is number ten, how many more?

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Great build! But lots of those figs look seriously Avalonian. But the build is what matters! This is number ten, how many more?

It's somewhat hard making Mitgardian figs different from Avalonian, there are very few green accessories compared to dark green :hmpf_bad:

I did 16 free builds in one month :classic:

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Great job, especially with the horse peeking out from the stable! :thumbup: Nice fireplace as well, and the interior is well done (as always!). I do think that (if you had it) just dk brown for the plowed ground would be better (since you've been using brown for wood), but great technique though! I've been wanting to do something like that for a while... maybe I'll finally get around to it!

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I love that fireplace! Aww, look at those Mitgardian chickens! :cry_happy: . Great work on the buildings! I like the field and the figs are great!

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Great job, especially with the horse peeking out from the stable! :thumbup: Nice fireplace as well, and the interior is well done (as always!). I do think that (if you had it) just dk brown for the plowed ground would be better (since you've been using brown for wood), but great technique though! I've been wanting to do something like that for a while... maybe I'll finally get around to it!

Thanks, and the dark brown mixed in the field is all I have :classic:

I love that fireplace! Aww, look at those Mitgardian chickens! :cry_happy: . Great work on the buildings! I like the field and the figs are great!

Thanks Infernum :classic:

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That plow design is brilliant!

And that must be a large farm to have such a big house :)

Less than two days per build on average, that is productivity!

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That plow design is brilliant!

And that must be a large farm to have such a big house :)

Less than two days per build on average, that is productivity!

Thanks, I've looked at a few other plow designs and then changed them some. It is a big house, I was a little tired of all the small ones I'd built. Yup, I was somewhat surprised how quick they went :laugh:

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I have too agree, excelent plow! :wub:

The stable looks great too.

All together, great build,SK!

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Really great build! Love the plow but I have to agree with Kai that the ground would be better dark brown but as you said you didn't have the bricks.

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I have too agree, excelent plow! :wub:

The stable looks great too.

All together, great build,SK!

Thanks, seems to be a popular detail, glad to hear some love for the stable :classic:

Really great build! Love the plow but I have to agree with Kai that the ground would be better dark brown but as you said you didn't have the bricks.

Thanks Masa :classic:

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