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    Older brother of a genius!
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  1. soccerkid6

    Book II - Avalonia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    @TheLordOfBricksGlad to have you in on the fun! Even if you did join the 'wrong' guild I'm excited to see you develop Fingarfelin!
  2. Wonderful recap of a truly amazing project! It was a privilege to contribute this year, and we certainly learned our lesson about using technic Congratulations to everyone who contributed on earning the well deserved Group Layout award Also thanks Gideon for getting some great pictures of the tree
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    AoM Store Phase 1: Trading

    Very promising rock design, I'm sure as you used it more you would get even better with the technique Neat combination of colors for the tree too. It's always fun putting the bag accessory to use, and it gives a nice load for the wagon here
  4. soccerkid6

    Collection of Medieval Tutorials

    Large Onion Dome Tutorial
  5. soccerkid6

    GoH Book III

    Yes! The guilds need more dragon influence again
  6. soccerkid6

    GoH Book III

    Great to see that Book III will be kicking off soon! Now would be a good time for some of us to invite our LEGO building friends, who aren't already in the guilds, to join in on the fun
  7. soccerkid6

    Summer Joust 2018

    The Summer Joust is back for 2018! With 6 new categories and 17 prizes, there is something for everyone. Check out all the details in the dedicated flickr group.
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    What a beautiful countryside Just the right amount of flowers and grass in the landscape, along with a great mix of olive green and regular green makes for a very attractive Avalonian setting The barn is my favorite building, with the lovely stone corners and plank walls. It looks like a productive farm too! Great wheat field and pig pen
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    Guilds of Historica New Member Guide

    Here's a good reason to do some GoH building again! The Summer Joust is back with 6 new categories, and is open through July 31st. Last year the guilds were very well represented, especially in the teamwork category, and I'm hoping even more of you get in on the fun this year
  10. soccerkid6

    Collection of Medieval Tutorials

    Furniture Tutorial #9
  11. soccerkid6

    [MOC] Queer Lodgings...

    Very fitting building for Beorn. The various stone and wood portions are combined beautifully And that landscape is superb! Great irregular edge and color use It's also good to see you including plenty of animals, since they're such a significant part of Beorn's residence. If you have any more dark green leaves, I think the trees in the back could benefit from additional foliage. Though I well understand the challenge of never having enough leaves
  12. soccerkid6

    AoM House Phase 2: The Long Way Home

    The steep sloping roof that runs all the way down to the ground on one side really nails the Norse aesthetic And while dark blue roofs can often give a fantasy vibe, it still looks realistic in the setting you've created. Tremendous cut-away to show the interior. It gives a nice clear view while still clearly representing the 'missing' walls' materials and location Plenty of neat details outside the building, with the lever base flowers and rounded model edges. Overall a very polished build that is one of my favorites from you so far! Fun to see the image that inspired the model as well
  13. soccerkid6

    Book II - Mitgardia: Guild sign-up and Discussion

    It's always good to see Mitgardians return! Would love to have you building regularly again
  14. soccerkid6

    AoM Wall Phase 1: The Sorgheim Palisade

    Those are some fantastic wooden walls! Palisade bricks can be tricky to work with, but you made excellent use of them here! Once again the sloped walls are top-notch, and the bastion adds an extra sense of strength to the wall. The timber framing on the back with dirt path inside works beautifully, and is a great way to give access to the wall top without using stairs or ladders Good to see some rocks in the dirt outside the wall as well
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    AoM Gatehouse Phase 1: Appraising Defenses

    Lovely start to your gatehouse builds! That sloped wall design is fabulous, and is something I could see being useful in a lot of different settings Nice work making the stone portions of the wall look believably ancient, while it's obvious that the wood additions are much more recent. Like John, I think the use of SNOT 2x2 round bricks over the gateway is very neat, gives a good impression of a large timber beam. As others have already mentioned, the dark tan dirt does look a bit plain in sections. The torches and ladders on the back platforms are nice little finishing touches