mrcp6d

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  1. mrcp6d

    St. Joseph [Varlyrio, HSS]

    The repetitive arches are cool, interior is great with the rafters/arches & benches, and for some reason I really like the cups under the dome--absolutely no idea why.
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    Khaor Guard Tower [Varlyrio, HSS]

    Very nice architecture and detailing--particularly, I like the tile floors that you're incorporating in this series. If I could complain about the presentation for a moment though.... I feel like some illusion of water would make quite an improvement, even if it's the silly pile o' trans-blue 1x1s.
  3. Nice little shop. I like the porch/deck on top, we don't see that very often, and as others have noted the colors are sweet.
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    GoH Book III

    Heck yeah! Welcome! You spelled Mitgardian wrong. Fixed it for you.
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    Aurora of Avalonia

    I really like this ship de Gothia! Nice example of a LEGO carrack. But only 2 pictures?
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    The Busy Streets of Ostia

    This is a fantastic MOC. I really like how compact it is--shows what can be achieved without a giant collection! Great attention to detail throughout and the angled section in the back forming a walkway adds a lot of visual depth. I think the hardest thing about building in Varlyrio is going to be keeping the building styles as medieval-ish as possible. A squad of redcoats wouldn't look out of place in this MOC at all, I think it's probably the blue building that really gives off almost an age of sail feeling.
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    Avalonian Windmill

    Perfectly executed DC-style technique with the structures, but what I think makes this MOC really work, is the few-bricks-tall hill you set them on. That and the camera angle really balance out the build I think.
  8. Going with all-studs and cacti certainly inspire thoughts of the American deserts rather than African or Arabian to my eye, even before I read the posts above related to the subject. Looking forward to where the quest leads!
  9. This is simply a perfect Mitgardian house in the summertime. Glad to have you in the Guilds and especially here in the North!
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    Prelude: An Avalonian Council

    The windows are great, and as others have mentioned, the lighting is perfect; however, my favorite details are the large but not overpowering fireplace and especially the firewood stack. Somebody needs to trim that lavender-leafed tree back a bit though. I'm sure the lord and lady don't want any more broken windows!
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    Varlyrian Olive Farm

    Solid build. The tree is a great representation of the real thing and the low rock wall is perfect!
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    The Island of El Harraz

    Lovely MOC John! You've got so much going with the colors and architecture, and I think you added the perfect amount of plant life to the build--just enough, not too much. I do think you could have gone further to sell the island concept though.
  13. mrcp6d

    Tradesmeet - Varlyrian Port

    Impressive in both scale and detail!
  14. Looking forward to a year of snow-and-ice MOCs! I've updated Mikkel Winter-Stone's wardrobe a bit; and, because everyone's fig pieces have been asked before, here's the BrickLink links: Feather Hat Head Scarf Torso Green Arms Hands Legs
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    GoH Book III

    Mikkel Winter-Stone will be back for Book III in Mitgardia! Looking forward to another year in Historica.