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Presentation.

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Side view of the Windmill.

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Front view.

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View from the beach stairs.

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View rear.

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The Windmill.

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Tree.

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Another view.

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Rest area.

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Lunch time.

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Details 1

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Details 2

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Details 3. Stairs.

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Oh my god, that's just massive on details. Could look for hours to this scene...everything looks so nicely done with the well as my favorite!

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Excellent build, the windmill is great and the landscaping throughout is very good :thumbup: The wooden stairs are superb :wub:

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Nicely done. I like the scale and the scene it provides. I really like the water effect. It's very simple. yet effective and meshes well with the rest of the groundwork how you have it. This is inspiring because I now want to build a mountainside with a hidden doorway into it for one of my factions.

Keep up the good work.

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Great work with all :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Excellent landscaping and rock formations. The windmill looks nice and quaint. The whole scene looks rather calm and peaceful actually, with a little hub of activity in the encampment to contrast that. I like it! :thumbup:

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Outstanding.

This really brings back memories of the fight at the windmill in Final Fantasy Tactics.

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Great work. At first I thought it was a microscale build. It really could have worked both ways until we see the turkey on the table. My favorite section is the tree.

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