Louis of Nutwood

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  1. Louis of Nutwood

    [Freebuild] Quietude

    Quietude “Close your eyes for a moment and cherish the dark. Can you feel the warmth of the sun? Can you feel the gentle touch of the blowing wind? Can you feel the waves moving up and down, washing the sand and taking away all your worries? With eyes closed, stare into the horizon. Embrace your past and face your future. Know that what is done cannot be changed, only accepted. And what lays beyond is your destiny, waiting to be written. One step. One stone at a time. What do you see?” “I see a little farm. Pine trees in a distance. Apples and cherries as well. Horses galloping free. I see water. Running, falling, washing the land anew. I see a thin breath of air swirling up, dancing out of a chimney. The air smells of rosemary bread. I can hear the bells ringing with the stroll of a cow. Feels like home. And I cannot wait to go inside. Someone is expecting me. Someone I have missed for so, so long. I open the door. There is a woman by the heath, curled in a wool blanket. Next to her, a furry thing coiled like a pretzel. “Is it a chicken?” “No! It’s a dog!” “Aw. Who is she?” “The most beautiful woman I have ever seen.” Her big brown eyes glistened, reflecting the world painted gold. Staring at me, I saw beyond every mountain and every sea. I saw the future I would pursue with every heartbeat. Louis of Nutwood __________ Summer Joust, Category 12x12 Hope you like it. Skol!
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    GOH Anniversary, 1st count down challenges.

    I'm humbled for being chosen, distinguished Guild members. I build for the glory of this world, and for the glory of Mitgardia! Ahooo! May our tales and towers bring the strength and inspiration to wash away the dirt and fight another battle. Wield your brick separators! And join us, brave builders, for this is just the beginning. With each coming battle we pave our way into Valhalla. I salute you, mighty rulers of this world @Ecclesiastes, for blurring the lines between fantasy and reality. I salute you, great builders, for being the true architects of this world, expanding it with your values, bricks and blood. I drink from your pool of creativity and rejoice in your energy. This night, we celebrate. Skol!
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    GOH Anniversary, 2nd count down challenges.

    May the gods old and new guide us through this unknown path. Let the 16 people we meet along the way be brave to teach us, and kind to let us tell their story. And may the wonders of the ancient world be as marvelous in person as they are in bedtime stories. We salute you, mighty builders! For the time to build, once again, reigns upon us all. Skol!
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    CDC1 Tower: The Last Eye

    Thank you, fellow wanderer of the north. Skool!
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    The hardest choice

    Hahah. This is hilarious and totally relatable. Ooooh the pressure! So many great entries. And only couple votes to cast. But I know you will make the smartest choice, brother. Just.. follow the breeze coming from the northern shores. Or your heart. I don't know.
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    CDC1 Tower: The Last Eye

    I'm really glad you liked it, Garmadon! I'm very proud of this one too. Glad you mentioned the studs-out section on the tower and the snow-work, two of the aspects that stand out for me as well. Cheers, brother! Thanks for the always welcoming support.
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    CDC1 Tale: Daemon's Throne

    Really glad you liked it, Niku! The throne was a last-minute addition, and certainly a flash of inspiration. Cheers, mate! Thanks for the support.
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    VOTING topic CDC1 Tower

    1 pt: Adde51 1 pt: Ayrlego
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    VOTING topic CDC1 Tale

    1pt: The Stad 1pt: Henjin_Quilones
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    Black Falcon Outpost (WIP)

    Woow, this looks really great, fellow Henry! Really a nostalgic look, filled with detail and certainly a great resemblance with the new Blacksmith set. A great addition to those figs story! Awesome work with the vegetation too. Skol!
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    Something is coming

    It's such a treat to see a thick and heavy forest, filled with variations for foliage and terrain. Great eye for detail and perseverance to put everything together without overdoing it. Phenomenal work with fig positioning and way to go with the photography. Awesome work!
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    Book III - Mitgardia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    Skol, Piobre! And welcome to the Guilds. Let me first say Cane and his siblings will be a great addition to warm the heaths of the North. And I can't wait to see their story develop. About uploading photos: When I first started in the guilds I found it to be waaay easier to open an account on Flickr to upload all my photos. Then, once they are uploaded, I simply copy the URL link of each photo and paste them here. The resolution is better, the process is simpler, and all my headaches were gone. Hope it helps you too. Skol, brother!
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    CDC1 Tale: Daemon's Throne

    Really glad you liked it, Mccoyed! The throne was a burst of inspiration, and I'm very happy with the result. I wanted to use a variation of the Faun for quite some time, and it seemed like a great opportunity. Skol, mate! Thanks for the support.
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    CDC1 Tower: The Last Eye

    Hey, MCCoyeed! I'm thrilled you liked it. Thanks for mentioning and supporting. The stone sections on the tower honestly don't take as much pieces as expected. Using the regular snot technique with a bunch of headlight bricks and a plethora of height variations with plates and tiles takes much longer and many more pieces than the technique used here. This one was quite simple. It's a plate filled with slopes positioned in different angles. I didn't really bother with height variations as I would in terrain, for example. So there's little use of tiles and plates, focusing mainly on slopes. The result turned to be quite pleasing, and the process, quite simple. Very effective, imo! My thoughts are the same! I'm planning on using this further in future MOCs. Would love to see it scaled up. Skol, brother! And thanks for the support.
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    [MOC] The Golden Mane Tavern

    Wow! This is great! Beautiful design. Very unique, and still very cohesive in style. I love the addition of the four-leaf clover. The timber structure looks solid, and the interior is well though of. I'm glad you added a torture chamber in the basement. Personally, I believe ALL medieval structures had secret torture chambers underneath them. Including the vegetation is great as it gives some spots of color to break the brown-tan pattern. The only suggestion I'd give is to put the doors (and windows and hinges) inside the structure, instead of the outside. But that's just me. Cheers! Awesome work, mate.