mrcp6d

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  1. mrcp6d

    Harburg Kitchen

    Packed with detail! I especially like all the baskets and whatnot hanging from the rafters.
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    Kaliphlin at Work - Day 8: Peddler

    The light yellow is a stroke of genius here!
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    Trade Hub in Mesozoic

    Glad you're still building in Mesozoic! The bright green leaves really make the trees pop out and the planter boxes give some balance to that by carrying the green throughout. Nice build!
  4. mrcp6d

    Daily tasks

    The big piles of snow on either side look great.
  5. The detailing in the tower really make this build. Burnt orange and the tan really pop too.
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    AoM: Mills Phase 1: Horse Drawn Mill

    Nicely composed. Don't think I've seen one of these without the full circle, but I think it works quite will. I might have gone with a black horse to provide better contrast with the background.
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    Scouting a Site

    Really awesome and unconventional micro here Grover. The sense of scale is fantastic and the stacked plates really work well here for layers of rock.
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    Challenge I: Aslanic Temple in Barqa

    Epic, simply epic work Gideon. The little teaser of the dome skeleton you shared earlier certainly transformed into something magical. While this MOC has lovely details, techniques, and shaping all over, I've got to highlight the big windowed sections--they're spectacular.
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    Challenge I: Mitgardian Framing Party

    This MOC might be simple, but it's perfectly executed! Reminds me of sushi or a classic cocktail--fewer ingredients mean less opportunity to hide mistakes. Great build dude!
  10. mrcp6d

    Gardar's Cloth Goods

    Isaac, this is gorgeous inside and out. The landscaping is sparse and sets the building apart nicely, the brick technique is masterful, and the interior is one of your best!
  11. mrcp6d

    Challenge I - Brick by Brick

    The classic profile of the trees is nice to see and the tile-laying bit is just awesome. Nice MOC!
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    CHALLENGE I: Rebuilding the City Wall

    I like how you took an almost educational approach to this, turning your research into an MOC.
  13. I think a brick or two of more height to the columns would have really helped here. The statue is really cool and the low roof hides it, especially in the main view you provided.
  14. The roofing in progress is stellar in concept and execution and the water looks good with dark tan as the base color--I'm not sure if I've ever seen that.
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    Challenge I: The Gate of Schwarzburg

    Wow, this is great! I really like the highly sloped roofs and general architectural shaping. The texture of the walls is perfect at this scale too.