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    Loves Nocturnus, Hates UND.
  • Birthday 03/27/1987

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    Frog Gigging, Crappie Jigging, Catfish Noodling, Whitetail Hunting, Bass Fishing, Perch Jerking, Hog Dogging, Night Spotting, Beer Drinking, Home Brewing, Target Shooting, Hand Reloading, Back Roading, and LEGO building!


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  1. Well look what the cat dragged in... the Texan's back! And what a badass MOC! Awesome interior scene, especially like the throne and those off-stud rock walls. Great story as well dude, had me going for a moment. Dreaded the idea of marauding dwarves unleashed upon the innocent. Glad they figured things out - a lesson that could be valuable for many.
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    [AoM: Stables - Phase II] Don't Look Back

    Such a well composed and elegantly executed scene, Louis. So much to appreciate here, from the tiny details like the muddied path to the beautiful little lamp. Overall, the design and photographic angle is top notch. The way the entire background is taken up, the complementary color palette, weathered buildings, the overflowing landscape... it all equals up to a very fine creation. Really like those overhanging windows as well. Great continuation of your storyline and style, as well. I love your writing and especially the cliffhanger, definitely leaves me wanting for more. I hope Mitgardia is proud to have you!
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    CHALLENGE IV: Category B: Garden in Barqa

    A glimpse of paradise amongst the coming winter gloom. Such an elegant little scene. Really digging the roof style here.
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    Stormholme Castle

    Located in the swampy lowlands which straddle the Mitgardian and Nocturnus border, Stormholme Castle is an ancient fortification which has long stood as a bulwark against the evil forces plaguing Historica. The high castle walls, defensive towers and secure water source have allowed Stormholme to withstand numerous sieges. These days, in more peaceful times, the castle serves primarily as the residence of Jarl Baldar Yuengling (photo not available). A small but dilapidated village has cropped up around the castle and swampy lowland. Despite these more quiet times, Stormholme stands guarded and ready to protect the Mitgardian heartland. What's up y'all! Yup, as usual, I'm late getting this on GoH. Mostly out of shame, however. You're probably quick to notice the lack of even a single minifig in this display. That was not completely intentional, as though I believe minifigs can bruise the aesthetics of a build, GoH is all about people and their stories. Unfortunately, my collection of GoH minifigs went home unknowingly with the wrong person following a public display of this castle. By the time we had realized what happened, I had already photographed this creation and precipitated its destruction. So, the human element is implied for the time being until I can finish up a few more builds to properly introduce Jarl Yuengling and his manor. A few fun facts: Took nearly a year to build. Rough guess, 40,000 pieces. Splits into four sections for convenient handling. Didn't originally plan to include the swamp but it saved me from a lot of landscaping and turned out kinda nice. I've been building in the castle genre for years, but this is my first true castle. Good to see you guys again, and thanks for looking!!! If you're interested, here is a video from Beyond the Brick when they interviewed me over the castle at Brick Fiesta 2019:
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    Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen! That thing is on fire! Man, that's how you come out of the shadows. Glad to see the old proverb still rings true: Big, Bigger, Marco! Another stellar piece, Ecc, so much to feat the eyes on. The way the castle is built into/on top of/over is very enjoyable. The snowy landscaping is impressively frigid and bleak. One of the my favorites parts here is definitely the wooden palisades on top of the fore castle walls. No, I suspect any attackers would find this castle a real doozy. I can't imagine all the secrets tucked away in all those little nooks and crannies. Just wow, and to think this is just part of a larger collaborative (thanks for including those pics!). Such a thing must be seen in person to truly appreciate. Loving all the moving parts, has to be a big hit at public displays. Something I really need to incorporate more into my stuff. This has really inspired me to jump back into the fray here. Great to see you and your stuff again buddy!
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    Desert Outpost

    A sci-fi retro-y desert-y outpost of no particular relevance. It could be on another planet or Earth thanks to that darn global warming. I'm trying to build more stuff that isn't a swamp or castle. So far that's mostly meant putting antennas on things that kinda look like castles. Thanks for looking!
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    Along the coral road

    Beautiful colors and layout. Clever parts usage all round, well done! Just gorgeous to look at. My only very small nitpick would be the lack of "filler" on the back side of the build. It could use a couple of large plants to fill in the background. Again, very small suggestion. Otherwise, great work!
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    Teeny-tiny steampunk tank

    Another attempt at building something besides a castle. This started as a tablescrap project but I ended up having to tear apart the sole assembled LEGO set in my house (the Ideas ship in a bottle set) to finish it. That was kinda tough. Needs more gears and steampipes I suppose. Anywho, thanks for looking!
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    [MOC] Calling International Rescue...

    Fantastic, well built and instantly recognizable! Incredible work adding so much detail on such a small scale. Good luck with the Ideas submission!
  10. These are the kind of rumors I can enjoy. A straightforward but nonetheless elegant build. I just can't find enough opportunities to mix the tan and medium flesh colors - they look so good together, as evidenced here. Nice use of the printed paneling too. The lighting and photography obviously steal the show, however. Perfectly illustrated. Your photo abilities are always inspiring. Excited to see where this goes! (Now I'm definitely going to dust off the army of mummy warriors I accumulated from the Kaliphlin Civil War. Looks like they may soon come in handy!)
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    Morty's Traveling Puppetry

    Dude! You're knocking these out of the park! Such a clever and unique concept. Keep it up!
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    Wyvernstone Village

    Woah! What an engaging and colorful scene! So many details, large and small, to enjoy here. Great work on angling the various buildings, a nice touch that really adds some good dimensions to your work. I love the variety in all the buildings. Each stands out but are similar enough to make sense as part of a complete scene. Such a lively build, I really could go on and on. Your presentation is great too. The little detail photos are thoughtful and help bring this scene to life (reminds me of the scenes from one of my favorite builds ever, Gideon's Streets of Barqa). My only teeny-tiny nitpick would be the angle of the first photo. It's a little too high. I think backing up and lowering the shot would give a much better, more visually pleasing angle. Anywho, now that I've spent the last 30 minutes gawking and admiring this beauty, I should prolly get back to work!
  13. My favorite aspect of Nocturnus has always been the incorporation of undead, goblins, cyclops and other beastly beings as something more than just nameless villains. This creation is a perfect example of just that. Enjoyable and touching backstory, look forward to seeing where it goes. Pity those who provoke the wrath of a pregnant cyclops! The build itself is quite engaging. I can see some of Blufiji's influence here (hard not to incorporate a bit, he's awesome!), especially in regards to the excellent color palette. I love your personal touches though, especially those sweet little huts. Challenging no doubt, but well worth the effort. Nice little details to enjoy as well. Great photography, too!
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    GoH Book III

    Me very excited.
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    Summoning gone wrong

    Haha, clever build and story Orange Leader! Excellent introduction and quite amusing too. Also, your English is perfectly legible (and better than 99% of the native English speakers I deal with every day ). Glad you joined Nocturnus, can't wait to see more from you. The Darklands welcome thy dark and terrible self!