Garmadon

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    LEGO, playing the piano, reading, and writing

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  1. Garmadon

    [COR Jan FB1/GOC] Spudkirk Armoury

    To be perfectly honest I just love the composition of this. From the colors and and vegetation to the rock-work and stud-bands around the building (I keep seeing those and always forget to try them when I'm building! ) this makes for a very aesthetic picture. And fantastic photography as usual too! Is the building exactly square? I can see how that might bug you from a different angle (although it does look fine in your picture - but I know the feeling your talking about from experience), but otherwise I've got to say I agree with the others - quite a nice build here
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    [SR - FB] Lothario's poker lounge

    Excellent build, Fraunces - the green center of the table is great, and the rest of the furnishings are quite nice, as well as the figs! That and I love the way you've presented it from the parrots' perspective!
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    The unknown letter.

    Alright - and re: pinks and purples, yeah, I can see that. I'll have to try this sometime in the brick myself though, if I get the chance; it's a really neat effect! Oh, nice!
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    The unknown letter.

    Ooh, very nice work with that sunset scene, Roadmonkey! And I'm curious - does the orange and yellow continue under the water, or are those trans-yellow and trans-dark pieces with the orange underneath? Also, nice way to wrap up this storyline - looking forward to seeing what happens now in Charlatan's Bay!
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    Stormholme Castle

    Amazing work here as always, Mass! Great job with the angles and composition here, and those trees are quite eye-catching, but my favorite part is that flanking wall to the left and the visual interest it adds to the whole castle; love that! As you say, it's so often simplicity and arrangement that are the essence of aesthetics, and you've definitely shown that off here! Great to have you back, mate! Funny how that happens to so many of us, isn't it?! I've been building castle for what seems like forever and this is still as close as I've got to a castle proper (and not very close at that! ) One of these days I guess I'll have to just bite the bullet!
  6. Super impressive stuff here, LJ, and lovely work with the colors throughout! As others have mentioned, the gates and onion domes are fantastic here, and all the palm trees and greenery (especially those vines! ) just really help the whole build pop! I'm really intrigued by your Snotted road technique too (although it seems quite part intensive!), and of course I've got to applaud any attempt to oust the Desert King!
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    Wyrmfall

    Such a massive fortress!! I'm digging all those nexo-shield roofs, and the sheer rock sides and the use of those tooth pieces for little patches of snow everywhere are fantastic as well. Love the fact that you were able to incorporate those moving features too - from my experience those are a lot harder than they look! Stop making me wish I hadn't left Mitgardia!
  8. Well, I must admit I wasn't quite sure how you were going to make this better than the last version of the Margot, but you've certainly managed it - this thing is amazing! I'm loving the new/fuller sailplan, and as others have mentioned, that rigging and the masonry brick texture both look fantastic. I'm quite curious about those ratlines though - is gluing them any easier than tying them? I've always tied them myself, and it certainly can get a bit tedious
  9. I often tend to think those log bricks are overused in most builds they show up in, but though you've got a ton here it looks fantastic! Love the angles on this thing, Capt, and it definitely looks like it should be able to withstand just about anything thrown at it!
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    [W-OKT] Orellana's Townhouse

    Fantastic start to BoBS, AG! You've nailed the Eslandolan aesthetic with this one, and I'm loving that courtyard area The palm tree and flowers by the window are excellent as well, just to mention a couple of details. Awesome job overall, I can't wait to see more from you!
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    [COR-FB] The Defiant

    Gorgeous ship here, Bregir, very slick lines and your rig with the raked masts is fantastic too! Great job with all the activity on deck as well, and as Kurigan, it's got some of that more realistic minifig-scale stuff messing with your eyes, but it really is quite massive! Awesome work, and here's one for the gentleman privateer! Now if I just had the time to build another ship for Captain Nordau that was as much larger than his first as you've given your black flagger...
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    Captain Nordau vs. Montroy

    Yes, that would be it Well, not too bad, all things considered! Glad you liked the story, anyhow! It's a pretty general assortment of pirate lingo though - I even got some German in there, soo...
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    Captain Nordau vs. Montroy

    Thanks all! Hahaha, maybe not - but then, when it comes to cookies, how many of us are really logical anyways? Thanks matey! Thanks Capt, I really enjoy these little ships! Yes, the tan sails are parchment paper, and the black ones are some kind of black... paper Both are a bit thicker and tougher than the normal stuff, though, which is quite helpful! And would you believe it - I literally built these and had taken the pics and all a week and a half after the KPA with the story in it came out, and just haven't gotten around to posting it until now! (Alright, in my defense I was flying back and forth to and from the US and a bunch of other stuff in the interval ) Thanks mate! Rigging is always definitely a little tricky, but I don't mind it being small too much if there's not this much of it Haha! That was a bit of a hark-back to my first rigged micro-ship - and then, giant lanterns are just awesome, you know! Thank you! I don't think I'll be doing that, unfortunately - but the reason is because instead we took a couple of the ships and stuck them inside a big glass bottle to display! I'll get you a pic one of these days if I get the chance! Nice! Thank you, mate! Thanks sir! Glad you like them! Thanks my friend! I'm glad you enjoyed the story as well, but don't feel too bad about not understanding all the words (I'm really wondering how good of a job Google Translate could do with "Och, ye lousy spalpeens! Come back here and I'll knock yer planks to shiverines!" ), I didn't know at least one of them myself until I found it in the dictionary last week, and I've been a native English speaker all my life! Thank you, anyhow!!
  14. Garmadon

    Summer Picnics

    Lovely build and hilarious story; can't wait to see where you take this! And very nice collection of seafood and suchlike too, you've definitely got me beat hollow
  15. I was going to post it in another topic for you, but if that'll do that'd be good! Thank you