Blufiji

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    Legos, rockhounding, time warps.

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  1. Sea Haven

    Yea the build really lacked color in earlier versions, and while not exactly realistic or practical, it did flow with the overall concept. When I split the buildings up, I thought about the concept of a lighthouse tower or something of the like. Ill do my best to keep surprising you lol. Thanks Garm, as far as your nitpick goes, that is a clever observation. I try to be relatively realistic in my builds regarding stonework, shaping etc, and I did not think about that. Probably because I was worn out in trying to get a concept down I liked. Maybe next time haha. Thanks LW! Yea I think Garm was in a way pointing that out as well. Another issue I had was with balancing the size of the buildings with the size of the rock itself. Titus will attest to this, in earlier versions the buildings nearly over powered the landscape, so i had to tone it all done to make it seem somewhat harmonized. Thanks for your observation Kai!
  2. Sea Haven

    Located just off the eastern coast of Mitgardia among 2 dozen or so sea stacks and islets, Sea Haven is the small keep of Lord Askvoll and his family. The castle is centrally located among one of the larger rocks jutting out the sea, while the other islands shield the keep from the high waves of the many storms that pass through the area. Inspired by the coasts of Oregon and Scotland. Happy building and thanks for looking!
  3. A journey to Mitgardia

    A very nice build indeed Goth! As others have stated, the interior is really well done sir!
  4. The Western Wall of Lleidr

    Looks very good. This has a wonderful blend of color and texturing, and I really like the chain holding up the slanted wall-a great detail!
  5. Very well thought out, both in descriptions and minifig designs!
  6. The South Gate of Lleidr Castle

    Lovely use of color and the irregular base is a nice touch. It really does have that abandoned fortress feel, though judging by your teammates builds, these outlaws are a bit less honorable than what you are used to haha. My only critique would be the lack of rock work compared to your teamates builds, but you've already stated you were pressed for time so that's a moot point. Great job regardless!
  7. Lleidr Citadel

    You all did a great job texturing and matching your builds to each other. I will admit I'm a bit bored of the run down Ces look, but nonetheless this is very pleasing to the eye. Great work all of you!
  8. Foyodran Tower, The Void Valley

    Very dark and gloomy place..no wonder nothing lives there with all that lava around.
  9. [AoM]:popcorn, anyone?

    Clever use of the corn pieces, and the building texturing is nice.
  10. Moruth Swamp Outpost Redux

    I see you put some effort into that intro lol. The overall build really flows together, but the use of color for the actual house is really what sets it apart.
  11. @MassEditor hahahahahaha don't tell them that, let them think I look good. The funny part is I have a picture of the real people behind those minifgis..and yes Goblin's do handstands!
  12. Green Abyss

    Indeed lol.
  13. Green Abyss

    I think the idea is spot on and if we are being honest..I'm using the idea for the Mitgardian build i'm working on. Using SNOT white and transclear pieces to create a frozen river effect. It was only recently that i thought about adding leaves under the transclear to create that effect. In the meantime, I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up, I am always a fan of progress! Thank you sir, especially for noticing those small details!
  14. Green Abyss

    Thanks Gunman! Thank you sir! Glad you liked it! Yea I figured they needed a break from war and despair. As far as the water goes, I'm open to suggestions on pieces to use, I tried to use the foliage to break it up a bit. one idea I had was to make a transparent layer over the green and fill it with sticks and leaves..maybe next time. Thanks ME! Thanks Lazer! I do what i can sir! Thanks Gothia!
  15. Old Bridge Inn

    What an awesome concept, reminds me of medieval Paris, where they used to have houses on the bridges of the Seine. The crampness of the build really implies the builder (of the inn) utilized the little bit of space to the max!