Basiliscus

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  1. Basiliscus

    PrenmĂ´r Forge

    It's clear you've put a lot of thought into this one, the story has a lot of great content that adds to the tale. Just the little things that make it extra. The roof is really well done, the misaligned tiles look great. The interior is fantastic too. Great work!
  2. Lovely techniques here for the floor and wall. Really interesting use of the new parts! And I hadn't heard of the harch species before, so thanks for enlightening me.
  3. Basiliscus

    [N10 - Foundry - TCR] Loading Time

    This is a brilliant build, loving all the little details such as the working door, the way you've got multiple sections on the same base, the little vents and so on. Really like the characters and story too. All round a great job!
  4. Basiliscus

    Ambassador Gisela

    There's so much to unpack here...just wow! First of all it's a great honour to be part of this collaboration and thank you for asking me to take part. There's so many great parts to this build, the sky in the last photo, the way the flags and capes align in the wind, the thatched roof, the interior scenes, etc. All in all it adds up to a fantastic free build!
  5. Basiliscus

    Dawn at the Cathedral

    A fantastic perspective here, it's a shame because I'm sure this is one of those of those builds where there's lots of details out of sight but as you set it up for one shot they can't be fully appreciated. Oh well! Nice story too, interested to see how this develops!
  6. Basiliscus

    Desert oasis

    This is really cool idea, especially with the irregular base. I like the contrast between the tan and medium orange. The only thing that stands out a bit is that it's too unnaturally flat! It would add to the complexity but you could use tiles underneath the cheese to raise some sections up a little, although it might look a bit weird. Anyway, lovely MOC!
  7. Basiliscus

    "CHALLENGE III: Category A: "Pass it on"

    This is such an amazing build! I love the story and the way you've interweaved an intricate and believable tale interspersed with so many lovely photos. The tower house itself has so many nice techniques and features - I love the irregular roof tiles and the way you've embedded the wooden pillars into the side of the stonework. Great job!
  8. This is a fantastic entry to Challenge III. Love the colours and the story brings it to life. Great work!
  9. Basiliscus

    Prelude: Even a Feather Can Tip the Scales

    Such a beautiful shot, the lighting is perfect and the sea blending into the sky makes it very realistic. Great job!
  10. Basiliscus

    Prelude: What Lies Beneath

    Thanks for the information!
  11. Basiliscus

    Prelude: What Lies Beneath

    This is simply stunning - as others have mentioned the contrast between the drab black and bright purples and pinks is striking. I live the figs too, they are exactly how I imagined the Kolgari. Can anyone tell me what the headdresses are that the blade mages and big priestess are wearing? I don't recognise that part. Nice story too!
  12. Basiliscus

    Prelude: The Spring of Hope

    Agreed that these evoke fond memories of the castle sets of our (collective) youths, they all look great. I like the way the story is developing - some guilds have benefitted greatly from the queen and some have suffered and blame her for their woes. It'd be nice for the next challenge to have a slightly more martial theme!
  13. Basiliscus

    Prelude: The Winter of Despair

    Excellent MOCs @soccerkid6, both are really full of nice techniques. I like the story too, I've been out of things for a while but presumably this is for challenge 4?
  14. Basiliscus

    Varlyrian Family Intrigue Thread

    Yeah that just about makes sense! Thanks for the explanation.
  15. This is a really stunning interior scene! Love the white, and the way you have integrated the "plus" shaped Technic holes into the bannister and also down the stairs. Great fig posing and looking forward to seeing how this plays out!