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  1. soccerkid6

    Collection of Medieval Tutorials

    Diagonal Tudor Tutorial
  2. Would love to have you! Looks like you already have an impressive ice fortress built
  3. soccerkid6

    Guilds of Historica New Member Guide

    The Summer Joust has started! For those unfamiliar with it, the Joust is a 2 month long castle building contest featuring 6 different categories and 18 prizes. Full details in the flickr group.
  4. soccerkid6

    Collection of Medieval Tutorials

    Thanks! And that's how most of us start building, and is the reason John and I share these guides. As you build them you'll come up with your own modifications and soon will be developing your own techniques You're very welcome!
  5. soccerkid6

    Watchtower on the road

    Magnificent build! There are a couple things that really stand out to me: first the unusual roof shape as has already been mentioned, and secondly the way you used low stone walls to frame different areas of the build. The wall extending down and around by the water wheel is particularly cool Top class landscaping and stonework too! Hope to see more builds from you shared with us online
  6. soccerkid6

    Stormholme Castle

    Another absolutely mind blowing layout The composition and colors are fantastic, making for a super memorable scene I love how the stream winds through the landscape, and contrasts with the still murky depths of the swamp. Stunning castle with great wall techniques, and just the right amount of decoration
  7. soccerkid6

    City Gate

    Great seeing those 1x2 round plates put to use on such a grand scale! Very cool shading in the water, and the massive gatehouse is impressive
  8. soccerkid6

    [AoM: Gate II] Summer walk

    Super cool wall with the timber framing - especially how you handled the battlements I didn't even realize it was based off our tutorial till I reached the end of the post The irregular base looks very nice, and I love the spiked posts mostly hidden by the thick foliage
  9. soccerkid6

    Snowy Hike

    While I still have several old models that need posting, this is my first new GoH build since moving to Billund! Quite a simple scene, but I do like how the walls of the bridge flare slightly thanks to the 1x2 rounded plates. Eryl goes for a walk outside Harburg with one of the loyal family dogs following along. More builds to come
  10. Have been working on Summer Joust prizes, so I'll have some new free builds to post in June
  11. soccerkid6

    Dwelf Tales: Treasure Heist

    Alnya forever A very creative concept that should have been difficult to pull off in the bricks, but you managed it beautifully The dirt cutaways, landscaping, trees, and books are all fabulous. But the real stars of the show are the details crammed into the goblin tunnels - so many nooks and crannies that give a homey lived in atmosphere. Genius fireplace and chair designs too
  12. soccerkid6

    A Day at the Old Mill

    Super well done managing such a small circular building so smoothly! The entrance roof, wind-vane, and tree are my favorite details. Very nice mix of colors to create a natural looking landscape too
  13. soccerkid6

    Collection of Medieval Tutorials

    Middle Eastern Tower Tutorial
  14. soccerkid6

    CHALLENGE IV: Category A: Burning bridges

    Very wild and unique landscape styles, that still fit well in Mitgardia Those spiky trees are super impressive, and it's also great seeing the printed birch elements used in your second model.
  15. soccerkid6

    CHALLENGE IV: Category A: The Enlightened

    First off congratulations on winning the challenge! The first interior might actually be my favorite of the scenes, as the composition, colors, and furnishings are all top notch! The large shield element fits perfectly, and I love all the food items piled onto the table. Glorfindel looks to have aged some with that gray hair The Golden Goblet (reference to the green goblet?) interior is also excellent, particularly your use of lattices in the wall. And of course the final ruins scene captures the eerie atmosphere perfectly. Good choice to really tone down the colors there, and have some moody lighting