mrcp6d

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    [MOC] Frost Driller

    Great build SK. Wheels are solid and the cab is just perfect! Bring back trans-neon orange Lego!!!!
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    [SPC] Cat B - Renegade's R.A.F.T.

    This is great! Renegade's Raft was one of my earliest Lego sets and your Space reimagining of it is fantastic.
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    [SPC - CAT A] Piranauts and Imperatrons

    These are well done!
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    Lakeside Chapel

    Lovely build gentlemen!
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    GoH 11: Blueberry Liquor

    Sweet build! I really like the cottage and those trees are awesome too.
  6. I dig how you gave each of these a familiar. Abracus is my favorite overall, but the colors and combos throughout are excellent!
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    Book III - Challenge 11: Trading Posts

    Another challenge! Woohoo!
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    [Freebuild] The Abyss

    Epic sea monsters in both of these builds! Fantastic work integrating all the elements together in the angler fish. Crazy cool work with that one!
  9. Glorious keep! I love that you went all in on building some expansive water around the island. All that blue provides an awesome "frame" for the MOC and shows off some great lower layer gradient work underneath. The rockwork with the olive plants is just perfection as the path wraps up the island perimeter and of course the keep itself is so impressive perched on top of the build!
  10. The chariot is awesome! Integrating the Roman shield the way you did is fantastic.
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    [freebuild] Avalonian Wizard's Tower

    The dragon heads in the various roof locations are super-cool, but so is you getting a round tower to emerge seamlessly out of the "on grid" lower structure!
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    [Freebuild] Ravynne's end

    There are a lot of cool little details in this dio all over, but the doors jump out to me as especially well executed.
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    Tower of the nameless seer [Avalonia]

    Awesome work with the decaying/damaged impression in the structure, really well done by going SNOT with the large wall panels. The lime green here is bold! I'm not sure of my opinion one way or another honestly.
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    Sanctuary of light [Dandelume, Avalonia]

    Nicely composed MOC in my opinion! The tree here is fantastic and I like the lighting effects.
  15. Strong vig here. While the foliage is definitely the highlight, the "stonework" around the fountain is well-managed too. I think some more height for the wall in the back and a maybe equal amount of height above the fountain might have provided some more framing for the tree and created a better overall composition for me.
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    GoH 10 A: Visiting Cedrica

    The grey tower has some interesting texture/stonework techniques that I really want to see on a larger scale MOC! Love the half-timber building here as well and your embellishments to the basic canoe piece to make it something special are awesome. The blue and tan building is sort of jarring to me as it's such a departure in style and color from the rest of the build, but it also falls in line with the "Ninjago City but Castle" prompt so it makes sense. Lighting is awesome as others have stated too. I need to get some for MOCs!
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    GoH 10A: The Jade Tower

    This is so fun. Very nice and clean round tower--well, not really given the gulls , but the construction is great. Great rocks along the shoreline too.
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  21. Really great large-scale work here! The details on the shelves in the back are fantastic, love the unique book shapes you achieved as a result of this chosen scale and the little mini-models that call back to Adventurers sets are lovely. Using Dr. Lightning's signature magnifying glass as his glasses is just icing on the cake! Sweet build!
  22. Nice, "real world" shaping on this amphibious vehicle. I don't know if I would have the courage to put my Lego in a muddy puddle outside though! Pictures look great however.
  23. "Brilliant" is definitely a good word to describe the engine construction! Proportions and shaping of the airplane look perfect for a WWI craft to me, and I really like the "logo" you've crafted above the hanger door.
  24. Very nice biplane, though I agree with Oky that the propeller is on the small side proportionally. Hanger construction is also great here, those brick bricks work perfectly as corrugated metal.