Louis of Nutwood

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  1. Louis of Nutwood

    (MOC) The Elvan Seaport of Elvadion

    Oh, wow! This is incredible. It’s not everyday that you see an Elven depiction of a village. And that makes this gem more rare and outstanding. I love the color scheme, and you excelled of the fortress architectural design. The angles are incredible and the round towers amazing! Mind-blowing build. Cheers!
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    (MOC) Oh..Look what the Greeks left us...its Pretty!!!!!

    Ooh, my! That’s a cool looking horse! I’d definitely open my gates to such an incredible construction-gift. Nice color scheme. I like to detailed on that massive wall. And that gate is sweet! Cheers for the build.
  3. Louis of Nutwood

    The Windmill

    Man, what a cool looking mill. I love the color scheme. The green roof being my favorite part. The round shape is amazing and the torn black canvas adds a nice touch. Great build, fellow builder. Keep it up!
  4. Louis of Nutwood

    Ambassador Gisela

    What a nice example of storytelling. I admire your effort in sharing such detailed and well-thought piece of your story. I love the fact that everything started when lady Gisela decided to go to a concert abroad (I imagine noctys would play something close to metal-melodic-bard-tunes?). It’s nice to see the city expanding. The building depicting the fortress foundation is amazing! And even greater to see your party growing by example, rather than by force and mere recruiting. I imagine that’s how small nations (should) become great civilizations. Honorable mention to the straw roof in the house, that looks impressive. I love the pig-pond of dirt and the different shades of brown. The concrete used on the fortress foundation and the shades of blue in that clear sky. Awesome story, excellent vignettes. Keep up the great work!
  5. Louis of Nutwood

    Prelude: The Winter of Despair

    Nice prelude! It certainly puts me in the mood. Tensions are rising, and we must cope with our despair. By building. Awesome use of the long-past builds, you’ve made, Isaac. Even though I’ve seen them before, they never cease to amaze me. Can’t wait for the next Challenge. Cheers!
  6. Louis of Nutwood

    Harvest Time in Zamorah

    Impressive harvest, Zilmrud. I keep my comment that as you keep sharing other angles of Zamorah, I grow more and more fond of the city. The use of snot in the base is spectacular, yet the shape has something unique to it. The shade between the cropped and uncropped parts of the field and beautiful too. The bits of wood are also super cool! Keep them coming, mate. Awesome additions, here. Cheers!
  7. Louis of Nutwood

    Bad News At Olav's Hall

    Fellow traveler Eoin, I can see you are improving. Each build shows more of your skills than the one before. Lovely little chateau, with great exterior texture. The uneven base might be your best so far. The natural elements are fantastic too. I love the path, the rockwork and the trees, including the chunks of snow spreader all around with precision. Though I must agree with the upper comments as the grilled tile might not be that suitable for the snow. Minifigs are great and the interior is fantastic. Keep up the great work. Skol!
  8. Louis of Nutwood

    The Ulfgang Stockade

    Felllow builder, What a great build, with an inviting and interesting story. The factions are very well created - unique colors, faces and accessories. I'm looking forward to hear more about how Ulfgang's story, and to see its progress conflicting the power of Valholl. The fort (or gatehouse?) is very well done. Seems accurate in your description of using prisoners to quickly put these defenses up. I love how the logs are unevenly positioned. And they fit well with the wolfpack shields. Beautiful work with the landscape and those trees. I only hope that whenever I find these gangs on my travels, I'll be well received with ale and bread instead of pikes and arrows. Perhaps an agreement with the council of Valnötsträd could be in order to protect the roads in the southwest of Mitgardia. Great MOC, mate!
  9. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] The Keeper

    Ah, sir Grover. Your comment is always so very warming and welcome. I surely appreciate how you carefully analyse one's MOC and extracts little thoughtful details out of it. I tilted the plate under the chandelier and felt good about doing so - but thought "is anyone going to notice this?", and then you did. Thanks, Sir Grover, for your always analytical and caring evaluation. As a phenomenal storyteller that you are, it's great to hear your thoughts. It cheers me that you liked the structure of this little chapter. It also makes me happy to understand the photography is somewhat improving, as well as the story composition. Sir Grover, thank you for the kind words, mate! Hope to see your next MOC sometime soon. Cheers!
  10. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] Falconry Training

    Super cool build! I love the color scheme you’ve been using. The white dots of snow are perfect and very well found in Mitgardia. Great to see more animals (or flying beasts) around and that beautiful yellow and green banner flapping with the wind. Finally, very inspiring backstory. It is really an inspiration to see so much thought into a considerably small construction. Keep up the good work, Lady Aurore. Cheers.
  11. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] Ocerg`s home

    Great build, man! I love the color scheme. Great use of different colors and textures. The natural elements such as the terrain, the vegetation and the rockwork are very well done! And the orc hut seems accurate for an orcish clan. I find it cool that you used those big white teeth (mammoths?) in the entrance. Great work!
  12. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] Last guard

    Very cool, mate! I love the feeling you’ve put into this scene. The scenery is great! Very dry. And the addition of the boned carcasses makes me wonder what came before them. I like the watchtower, and the colors you chose certainly match the terrain and location. My only suggestion would be to vary a bit more with the brown slopes. I normally try to mix both round slopes and regular slopes of different sizes for a more natural look. Also dark brown and reddish brown can add more shade. Awesome work, man. Looking forward to see more from you.
  13. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] The Keeper

    Thank you, good sir Kai. Your comments are always welcome! The melting frost in the northlands near the Bay of Storms and the burning of candles and fires must be responsible for such muddiness. Plus, the Summer Joust makes us think outside the box, and I’m pretty happy with this muddy dungeon as well. It will be part of a larger build, so let’s see how it goes. Cheers!
  14. Louis of Nutwood

    [MOC] The Keeper

    Lady Aurore, what a pleasure to read through your comment. I think it’s the first time I thoroughly though about the pictures and the story together. And I’m glad you enjoyed them presented that way. Thank you for the lovely words, milady.
  15. Louis of Nutwood

    [Moc] The castle with the flowered path

    Lovely work, mate. The color choice is bold, and I couldn’t be more pleased. It looks really cool. The layout in this castle is awesome! Very authentic and pleasing. I particularly like the wooden sections on top of the light grey stonework. Specially the watchtower, which I think looks amazing. Overall it may be a small build, but it sure looks grand with such great part selections. Great work, lad.