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  1. mrcp6d

    A Day at the Old Mill

    Lovely build! The the blades on the windmill are really cool and you're right about the round tower technique, it's brilliant.
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    Sabishi Monastery

    Impressive build SK and LJ! The snow here is perfect, not overdone but certainly enough. The waterfall tucked away in the rear is a cool concept and well executed. I love the small trees. The stairs and railings are masterpieces.
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    AoM Store Phase lll - Settling down

    Those brick bricks are kind of hard to use with multiple colors in buildings this size as you get a lot of the grout lines lining up vertically. I'm not a "crazy detailed texture" builder, so I like using them in 2's or maybe 3's in conjunction with mostly regular 1/2 bricks to give a little bit of texture to a stone wall. But, if I were a "crazy detailed texture" builder, I'd be using more 1x2 plates, 1x2 rounded plates, 1x2 tiles, modified 1x2 plates, and headlight/studs on the side bricks to create the "small bricks" texture we often see.
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    Another giant build for Mitgardia! Lots of cool architecture techniques here, Ecc. As others have mentioned, the Nexo tiles as shingles work perfectly and the layered stories to the castle as the structure moves up/through the mountain allows for showcasing all of those tiles.
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    Dawn at the Cathedral

    Great work on the arches in general, but greater work with the MOC's concept and the camera/lighting!
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    AoM Tower Phase 2: Herfin Telosuren

    I like how you were able to make this look very elvish and yet still stout. Using white elements I think certainly helped. Also, the structure is quite well integrated with the landscape, which is kind of impressive given your use of those corner panels.
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    Tabib's study

    Sweet build. Lots of little details to absorb.
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    Stormholme Castle

    Epic build ME! Obviously the shear size is impressive, but each of the buildings and sections of landscaping could be lovely MOCs all by themselves. The little docks and stairs spread throughout sell the swampy setting and the castle is imposing if somewhat unconventional in that it is nestled in trees and not really on elevated ground. My favorite detail is the spiderweb buried in the roof of the building at the front.
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    [AoM: Stables - Phase II] Don't Look Back

    Really nicely executed build. Snow is on point, the tree adds some character, and I really like the building--especially the windows and roofing on the second story.
  10. Thanks Kai! Yeah, about the throne; camera angles on this were terrible. I wanted the columns to be close enough to each other to have some sort of credibility (holding up a mountain and all) so that drove some sub-optimal photography. Thanks guys! Ha! Thanks ME, felt good to build a little bit!
  11. Foliage here is beautiful Gideon. 1/2 stud offset for the 2nd story window adds a ton of character too. Are those rounded 1x2 plates in the soil/base?
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    Finding a profession, third try

    Heh, the disarray here looks like a few real-life wood shops I've been in!
  13. Really awesome interior stuff here! The round table dinner scene is particularly well done.
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    Riddlers Guild

    Took me a minute to catch on, but this MOC gave me a pretty good chuckle. I totally agree with soccerkid6, great use of those printed panels.
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    [MOC] Mitgardia Advent Calendar

    Beautiful work with these. Always love your fig combos.