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Here is my phase II Stables build for AoM. This was a fun quick build that let me try building some more viking-esque buildings, and try a pine tree design that I haven't used before (credit for which goes to Blake Baer). The stables has a full interior and all the doors work.

Great wolves are common in the clan lands of Mitgardia and some have been captured and tamed. Great wolves are smaller than a horse, but are quite strong and almost as fast. A wolf stable is quite similar to a normal horse stable:

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There are some more pictures here: link

Any comments/criticism welcome, phase III will be coming before long :wink:

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Nice! I like the positioning of the white wolf/wart with his head stuck though the opening! Great looking building as well!

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Looks great, the roof and interior is great!

Thanks Carson, when are you going to put your new clear pieces to use?

Beautiful landscaping.. I really like it!

Thanks Gunman! I really liked the way the snow and trees came out for this build :classic:

Nice! I like the positioning of the white wolf/wart with his head stuck though the opening! Great looking building as well!

Thanks LV, I wanted to show off the fancy doors on the stable, and also add some life to the scene :classic:

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Thanks Carson, when are you going to put your new clear pieces to use?

I've actually used them, just haven't posted them yet!

Last Wip shot!

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I really like the roof design :classic: can't wait to see the 3rd phase :wink:

Thanks, and the third phase is going to be something special :wink:

Nice! I love this build! You've inspired me! :wink:

Thanks Infernum, I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with :thumbup:

I've actually used them, just haven't posted them yet!

http://www.flickr.co...06/12211909044/

That looks very good :thumbup:

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This is really nice! First of all, the Viking roof build is awesome, and you were really able to nicely suggest the style with just a few pieces. I like the snow-scaping, it looks very natural. I also am a big fan of the saddles hanging up.

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I really like the all wood building. Very nicely done.

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Very cool SK! My only complaint would be the border. I think it looks chunky with the full brick elevations in the black slopes of the border. I think I would rather see a consistent border and just have the landscaping above done in a cutaway manner where it is taller

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This is really nice! First of all, the Viking roof build is awesome, and you were really able to nicely suggest the style with just a few pieces. I like the snow-scaping, it looks very natural. I also am a big fan of the saddles hanging up.

Thanks, this was the first stable I've built that I've had space for a tack room in :classic:

I really like the all wood building. Very nicely done.

Thank you :classic:

Very cool SK! My only complaint would be the border. I think it looks chunky with the full brick elevations in the black slopes of the border. I think I would rather see a consistent border and just have the landscaping above done in a cutaway manner where it is taller

Thanks Kayne, good point about the border, I'll either smooth the transitions or do as you suggested for future MOCs :classic:

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Definitely digging the use of the Hobbit beard/hair pieces and like I said on C-C, this is the best snow-scaping I've seen from you. That said, I think there ought to be a pile of snow behind the double door's arch on the roof. :wink:

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Nice, I really like your landscaping here, the path looks great too.

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Fantastic work Isaac, there is a lot to like about this, from the simple yet great stable, to the fantastic landscape work, this is a beautiful build! Fantastic work mate! :D

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Cool! It looks just like a viking longhouse, but then a bit smaller, I love it! The idea to use the wargs from the hobbit is just awesome! Great work!

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Definitely digging the use of the Hobbit beard/hair pieces and like I said on C-C, this is the best snow-scaping I've seen from you. That said, I think there ought to be a pile of snow behind the double door's arch on the roof. :wink:

Thanks! And good call there, I was going to put a pile of snow there, but for the roof to sit properly there could only be 1 plate thickness added to the base layer of the roof. So I did just that, planning to add snow later (probably just setting it in place), but then I forgot :blush:

Nice, I really like your landscaping here, the path looks great too.

Thanks Torgar :sweet:

Fantastic work Isaac, there is a lot to like about this, from the simple yet great stable, to the fantastic landscape work, this is a beautiful build! Fantastic work mate! :D

Thanks Matthew, it only took me 3 days too :classic:

Cool! It looks just like a viking longhouse, but then a bit smaller, I love it! The idea to use the wargs from the hobbit is just awesome! Great work!

Thanks, I was trying to make it look like a viking longhouse, glad you picked up on that :classic:

Good work.In most stables i have not seen much wargs. :classic: Looking foward to seeing some brown wargs in your future mocs. :thumbup:

Thanks, I don't have any brown wargs currently, but I may get some eventually :classic:

All of this layering is terrific.

Thank you :classic:

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This is awesome! I am impressed. I love the snow scaping. The stone pathway looks really realistic too. The roof is inspiring.

I'd love to see more. It really makes me wish I had more time to participate in the guild.

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Great work! The snow landscape and stone path look amazing!

Thanks janatale!

Love love love the roof!

Thanks, it was inspired by Legonardo's stuff :classic:

The roof is amazing, along with the snow and the path! Great job!

Thanks, I really enjoy building snowy scenes :classic:

This is awesome! I am impressed. I love the snow scaping. The stone pathway looks really realistic too. The roof is inspiring.

I'd love to see more. It really makes me wish I had more time to participate in the guild.

Thank you :blush:

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