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  1. Not exactly a free build, but I certainly drew on my Mitgardian background while designing this new set And you'll notice one of the new shields has a very familiar color scheme
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    Guilds of Historica New Member Guide

    Looking for some extra inspiration to complete some Guilds MOCs? Well the Summer Joust should help with that! This year we have 7 categories, 21 prizes including 10316 Rivendell, custom models, parts packs, and more! Check out the full rules and details in the flickr group. Hoping to see plenty of guildies participate!
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    Summer Joust 2023

    It's time for the Summer Joust again! If you are unfamiliar with the Summer Joust, it is a large scale castle building contest with 7 categories, a whole slew of great prizes, and loads of fun to be had! It runs from June 1st - July 31st and here is a quick look at the categories we have this year: 12x12 Vignette Light and Shadow Heroic Duel Silhouette Sailors and Boatmen Fantasy Heights Friends or Foes - Collaborative Category Check out all the rules and details in the flickr group
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    Celebrating Guilds of Historica, final contest!

    Congratulations to the winners, and a round of applause for all who participated and organized!
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    [Freebuild] Mystic Isles Crimson Falcon Keep

    Keep the flood coming! Stunning castle here, with the beautiful rocky island setting especially grabbing my eye. Love the sheer cliff face style with vines and few small trees. And the naturally incorporated path up to the fortress, and even small beach for them to harbor at. The castle itself has a great balance of texture and detail, and plenty to admire on all sides
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    [Freebuild] The Black Goblet

    So good seeing you back with some more castle epicness Super pretty layout with the contrasting stone and wood structures, especially with how you setup second floor galleries under arches Fabulous use of rounded tiles to frame windows, and the doorways echo that style nicely while adding some more extravagant detailing Very pleasing combination of colors too!
  7. Terra Cotta Coffee House It was super fun getting so see so many lovely houses in person, and learn more about each of you in the process Thanks again for hosting @Skalldyr!
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    EB Event 2023 information topic

    Thanks everyone for a super fun time, and especially the organizers for setting up the event It was great to spend time with some familiar faces and meet so many more for the first time
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    Eurobricks event 2023 countdown

    Surprisingly, there are 0 2x4 bricks in this classic LEGO icon.
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    Eurobricks event 2023 countdown

    0 grey bricks in the first castle, though there are some plates
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    GoH 10 C : The Wayfarers' Den

    Many thanks Simon! Stonework of this general style has been something I've had in mind for years, but the introduction of 1x1 brackets made it so much easier to achieve Good point about the icicles, it was bothering me too, but didn't have time to try and find a better solution to get them hanging vertically. Something to keep in mind for next time Thank you, minifigure hands can be great for some extra fine detailing Thanks! Thanks Kai! The brackets under the roofline were one of those 'aha' moments John came up with that triangle pattern and it looks so good as elaborate wood carving Thank you, we didn't end up getting a lot of different photos of this model, but will likely cover some of the designs in future tutorials. Yes I did take the name Glorfindel from LoTR, way back in the days I first joined Guilds of Historica... Thanks! Thanks a lot, we had a blast making this and were super pleased with the final result Thank you, the inverted curved slopes were something we table scrapped, and then immediately knew had to be incorporated in the tudor sections. Aqua was a nice way of adding a little extra icy pop to the snow here. Thanks a lot Grover! We tried to put lots of love into every area of the building which led to lots of different details and designs fitting together. We'll figure out something better for the icicles angle eventually Aww, thanks so much Exetrius! It feels extra special when we get to collaborate now, living so far apart, and it always seems to bring out the best in both of us as builders. As for your guesses, we had an unusual approach for much of the tavern this time. With John building different detail chunks like the timber sections and dormers, while I then built the main bulk of the structure incorporating his work. So second floor and up were more of my work, with sections from John included. The roof of the stables was the first roof built, and was indeed made by John as was the rest of the stable. Snowscape and editing were also his handywork. I did make most of the left side of the tavern, with the exception of the timber addition. I also did the ground floor with John contributing the stairs and small shed. Trees, minifigures, and photography were all John! And actually completed after I had to return to Denmark. Thanks Ecc And thanks once again to everyone from @LittleJohn and myself, we greatly appreciate your comments
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    Eurobricks event 2023 countdown

    It takes two copies of the set to make a complete pyramid.
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    Eurobricks event 2023 countdown

    The wings and tail feathers are all 5 modules long.
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    Eurobricks event 2023 countdown

    There are six separate wheeled 'vehicles'? Train engine, truck, forklift, and three different train cars.