soccerkid6

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  1. soccerkid6

    Mitgardian Farmhouse

    Thanks! I enjoy including full chimney setups Thanks Ayrlego! And yeah, I actually have more time this year than last, so I figured I'd make a proper run at Master Builder. Thanks Kai! Thank you, I enjoyed seeing how much I could fit into the limited interior space Thanks! I did have the stream at least one plate lower in most places, but where the irregular edge is the banks drop. That plus a lot of 'bubbles' on top of the main water level made things look a bit more flush. Thank you! I tried my hand at something along those lines years ago, with my own twist of course: Here a few others more along that style too: Thanks Basilicus. I was trying to fit the model on a 32x32 area, which made things tricky when it came to incorporating a stream. Probably should have just made the scene bigger. Thank you! Thanks HQ! With more of the new 1 wide 5 plate high brick with 2 studs on side, I could probably get rid of headlights, just didn't have enough at this point. And I would love to be a LEGO set designer someday, I've been putting together a portfolio recently Thanks! Those are antler thingies - I believe they first came in Ninjago sets first as a headgear accessory for helmets. Thanks Grover!
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    AoM House Phase 1: A Camping Trip [Flashback]

    Interesting choice to show only a portion of a large tree, but I think it works really well Great snow on the branches, and the little shelter is also very nice. It's good to see another build from you again
  3. Superb storytelling! The unique dialect of the blewe elfs is very fun to read Great use of orange in the seabed, and the various animals fit the scene well.
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    AoM: House Build 3: Wainwright

    Stunning building. The half timber style is accomplished beautifully, and the small dormer addition is tremendous Very nice balance of texture for the streets with mainly dark tan tiles, mixed in with regular plates and bley 1x1 round tiles. And the wainwright details included, of which the crane is my favorite, finish off the build well
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    Kaliphlin at Work - Day 18: Cleanup

    I was just looking at that head the other day, thinking it would be a great expression for the right scene, and this is a perfect example Excellent wall technique, and the not fully attached tiles for the street also fit well here. Just wait until he spots the giant spider behind his cart!
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    Age of Mitgardia (free-build-challenge)

    Wow guys, quite an impressive group of AoM builds there Index updated again, and here are the titles you earned: @Gunman Watchman @Ayrlego Gentleman @Bracari Farmer
  7. soccerkid6

    Cyclops Hut

    You managed to work the round roof very smoothly! The stone hut against the autumn trees is lovely, as is your mix of colors for the landscape Your characters' stories just keep getting more interesting as well. Will be interesting to see what comes next
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    Kaliphlin at Work - Day 15: Mophet market

    I never tire of seeing good Kaliphlin market place builds. I like how much height you gave the buildings here, it helps strengthen the impression of a rather large town or city Plenty of bustle going on in the streets! What elements did you use for the little wooden roof over the ostrich? The dark tan element wrapped over the reddish brown bars I mean. Using curved slope elements to frame the gate fits nicely with the Middle Eastern style
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    Kaliphlin at work - Day 13: Sculptor

    Incredible brick built figure Great color choices, and the fabric element use is perfect The horse sculpture is stunning too! Clever way of angling the stool legs
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    Kaliphlin at Work Collab

    Tremendous collaborative effort Made for a great couple weeks in the guilds, anticipating a new scene each day
  11. soccerkid6

    [MOC] NCS Surface Transport

    Glad to have given you some inspiration for how to finish the scene! The rover itself is top-notch, and your asteroid looking base turned out beautifully
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    Kaliphlin at Work - Day 11: Priestess

    Lovely golden dome And even better is the floor mosaic inside! Plenty of interesting decorations and areas inside, and I think your removable sections for interior photography access worked out well
  13. @Viceroy Thanks for checking in! Of course I remember Mitgardia's master cartographer Great to hear you still keep tabs on what's going on here
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    Laesonar's Saga Ep. 8 - Laelariel City Hall

    Fantastic building composition with the various additions, roof-lines, timber sections, and doorways The blue accents look great with bley walls, as do your layered tile roofs. One small detail that I'm not sure I've seen others include before, is the scorch marks on the wall behind torch sconces. Very nice touch.
  15. @Blaze Looking very nice! I understand your issues with poor weather for lighting Though I have found using a tripod and slowing the shutter speed down significantly allows me to take pictures even on gloomy winter days. And while I'm posting here, new freebuild! @MKJoshA Excellent work! The Great Hall is particularly cool