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  1. Mark of Falworth

    The Grand Joust of Gisellicburg

    This is a collaborative build by myself and my real-life Brother Steven. Twas built as the final scene in our first book in our series, THE ANSELM SAGA, part 1 "The Envoy" Learn more about it here! Well, we were both very happy with how this one turned out! At 128 x 80 studs it the biggest build we've ever made! (In total area.) We hope you guys like it! The Grand Joust of Gisellicburg by Mark of Falworth, on Flickr The Grand Joust of Gisellicburg by Mark of Falworth, on Flickr The Grand Joust of Gisellicburg by Mark of Falworth, on Flickr
  2. Admiral Khan

    How to build a Medieval bridge?

    I am building a Medieval farm MOC for my Historica guild and I am building a stream next to it and building a bridge over the stream. The dimensions for the bridge is roughly a 12x8. My plan is to make it wooden, so brown in color. I have come up with a few ideas, but just wondering if anyone here has any good ones. Thanks
  3. blackleaf


    Three guardians are sending princess home. Asking place for rest... But trolls are preparing an ambush...
  4. Digger1221

    MOC: CCCXI A Man's Work

    As the sun slowly climbed over the hazy horizon, a lone rooster let out a loud crow. The small, rustic town that lay beneath the great manor was alive with people, bustling to and fro. Small, ramshackle cottages were scattered around the outskirts of the village, and farmers and serfs came one by one from their doors, headed towards the fields. A smiling farmer grasped his pitchfork and small lantern as he pushed open the wooden door of his quaint, rural home. His young son scrambled out behind him, vigorously rubbing sleep out of his eyes. All the while he beamed brightly, excited to join his father for the first time working in the fields. Behind them, within their cottage, the female members of the family worked also. The boy’s mother grasped a stiff wooden broom, sweeping up pieces of thatch from the rough wooden floor. Meanwhile, a younger girl pulled a brewing pot from the fireplace and mixing it with a large spoon. The sun rose higher as the villagers went to work. This is my entry for the CCCXI on Classic Castle, A Child’s Life Category. It’s probably pretty obvious that the style of this build was greatly inspired by Derfel Cadarn and Legonardo Davidy. I've actually been wanting to build something like this for a long time, and I'll probably try it again in the future! Soli Deo Gloria!
  5. UrbanErwin

    Medieval Winterscene

    Hello, I don't post often in the historic section (almost none at all), but I do love the creations that are posted here. So I thought I should give it a try on a medieval scene. Winterscene: Main by UrbanErwin(EPJL), on Flickr Winterscene: Detail by UrbanErwin(EPJL), on Flickr Winterscene: Detail by UrbanErwin(EPJL), on Flickr Winterscene: Detail by UrbanErwin(EPJL), on Flickr I hope you liked it
  6. -Carson Haupt-

    Burning at the Stake!

    I thought I'd show you this little Moc I whipped up. I was reading a book, and it talked about this, and then the ideas clicked and became reality! Bunring at the Stake 008 by Carson Haupt, on Flickr Bunring at the Stake 002 by Carson Haupt, on Flickr Bunring at the Stake 004 by Carson Haupt, on Flickr
  7. Here's my latest MOC: Bright sunlight filtered through the intricate stained glass of the Hall’s windows. The cold stone brick walls and floor of the room soaked in the warm illumination. Around the Hall, courtiers stood in small, casual groups, talking of politics and court gossip. Suddenly the great wooden doors at the end of the Hall burst open. A fully-armored knight strode in; the king jumped excitedly to his feet. “Your highness,” the knight said with a bow. “I bring news of the western front. I have ridden all the way from the township of Ellithshire to bring it. The war goes not well! All the countryside is ravaged with brutal warfare. Reinforcements are desperately required!” Breathing heavily from this exhortation, the knight gazed about the room, his grim countenance silencing the many whispering groups of excited courtiers. The crow-shaped crest atop his helmet bobbed up and down with each breath; it almost seemed alive and ready to fly away. After a moment of thought, the king called aloud to the captain of the guard. “Captain! Send messengers to the villages. Issue a call to arms to all military age men. Once they are gathered, we ride off…to war!” The excitement in the court couldn’t be held in any longer. Wild whispers rose to shouts as the courtiers suddenly realized the gravity of this proclamation. The war was no longer just a distant rumble; it had now grown to a mighty roar! ________________________________________________________ I came up with a lot of new techniques for this build, including a ton that I didn’t use. I probably have enough unused techniques to build another throne room. (hmmm, if only there were some kind of contest going on right now that I could do that for…;) Anyway, thanks for viewing! :D Soli Deo Gloria! :)
  8. For the annual Swedish LUG "Swebrick" exhibition, we were a few medieval/fantasy builders who got together and made a medieval community build for the first time for our LUG. It was based on modules with different content, for example I built a castle with surrounding water as my module. The build is based on a depth of 4 standard 32x32 baseplates, with arbitrary width of each module. The baseplates are raised 1 brick + 1 plate at the interface between modules and slope upwards on the last baseplate at the back, with no height guidelines within the modules. At the front baseplate, a 8-wide road is centered. The story behind the build was: "The small kingdom of Castonia is in a party spirit, as the annual tournament week is at its peak. All over the country there is a lot of movement, as travelers from the neighboring provinces also arrive to take part in the festivities. During these days there is a lot happening everywhere, not only on the tournament field but also in the town and villages around the mighty castle". Builders (Swebrick nicknames, some of us the same here on EB): Insurrection (forest 2x4), Carl_T (forest 2x4), Gideon (castle 3x4), Anders67 (joust 3x4), Odidoma (crossroads 2x4), Skafte (monastery 3x4), dalle (town 3x4 + mill 1x2), sweMezza (river 1x2 + landscape 1x4). Forests by Insurrection and Carl_T My castle (I will feature this in GoH as well sometime in the future, so there will be more pictures) Joust by Anders67, Crossroads by Odidoma Monastery by Skafte Town and mill by dalle, river and landscape right of town by sweMezza More pictures on flickr
  9. Basiliscus

    Tigelfáh Castle and Town

    Hi all, A while back I posted my medieval abbey in this forum. Thanks to everyone who posted there, sorry if I didn't reply to specific questions but I was away at the show and since I came back I have been away a lot with work. I am hoping that this time I can respond to questions in this thread! As I mentioned the abbey was part of a collaborative display created by 8 builders (names are Flickr links): James Pegrum, Barney Main, Luke Hutchinson, Harry Russell, Steve Snasdell, Jimmy Clynche, Tom Coleman and your humble narrator. This display was on show at the Great Western Lego Show in Swindon, which took place in October 2013. The display was approximately 4m by 5m, and due to a cutout area measured 14m2. Although most of us had never met before in person, we had great fun displaying it and enjoyed our weekend. We might even do another display at future shows! Below are a few photos, although a few more will be appearing in the coming days. There will eventually be [Prev] and [Next] links on every photo to take you through them (42 'official' photos) but we are waiting on a few people posting theirs so please be patient! This time I promise I will answer any relevant questions 8 Display from South by Cuahchic, on Flickr 1 Display from South-East by Cuahchic, on Flickr 5 Town Square From Above by Cuahchic, on Flickr 9 - Overall view of Tigelfah by peggyjdb, on Flickr 1 Tigelfah Castle and town by peggyjdb, on Flickr 8. The land of Tigelfah by Invicta Bricks, on Flickr 1. Overview of the Town & Abbey of Tigelfáh by Invicta Bricks, on Flickr
  10. New Era of Weapons by mpoh98, on Flickr 2013 MocOlympics Round 2: Matthew Oh verses Chris Stone and his awesome entry. Category: Brains vs. Brawn What unfolds when athletes and geeks go head to head? Or should I say, arm to head? Build us a battle of mind verses muscle. Who do you think would win? Hey all, Just barely got an entry in! Built it all today (except for the base) after church. Yeah, busy week and 1/2 of school and life (and also a different Avalonia backstory build, will post that soon). If you don't know how it relates to the category, basically, the "Brawn" is the castle, super thick, and impregnable (or they think). But then came along a new era of weapons, with the Chinese alchemists inventing gunpowder, and along came cannons and guns ("Brains"). So I tried new techniques, with using new pieces I got. A big inspiration was Mark Erickson and his (LCC) Restoring Justice creation. Thanks Mark! :D</i> New Era of Weapons by mpoh98, on Flickr New Era of Weapons by mpoh98, on Flickr Soli Deo Gloria! Matthew Oh
  11. My first entry into The Castle Battle Contest over on flickr! This is a great contest, thanks Mark! Finally, I have the time to post it! Built over a period of several months, this is my largest creation to date. Incorporating lots of my favorite techniques, this was fun to build, and see come together. I am extremely pleased that I had enough light bluish gray bricks to build the gateway and the towers. Aidan Frusher helped with the base, thanks a lot buddy! :D Enjoy! (Story coming later. :D ) Soli Deo Gloria!
  12. Captainsmog

    My fantasy MOCs

    Let me begin this topic with my most recent MOC: It's my first cuusoo project, so if you want to support it, here's the link And here is a small compilation of the other fantasy MOCs I did: All pics are in my flickr gallery. I hope you'll like them.
  13. Paperballpark

    MOC: Medieval Meeting Place

    Hi all, this is my first MOC, 'Medieval Meeting Place'. I estimate that it uses about 2000 - 2500 pieces, and it took me about 15 - 20 hours to build over the course of 3 months. I used or adapted a few techniques demonstrated by Derfel Cadarn. The photos aren't brilliant, but hopefully you can get a good idea of what it's like. The full album is here.
  14. Hello everyone, I am proud to assist my friends Sered (http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=81940) and Marco Cancellieri in showing the big A Song of Ice and Fire (know as Game of Thrones for the HBO show) diorama that we together presented at the ItLug Latina 2013 Lugfest. Some information about this diorama: it's 288 studs large and 576 long, making it 2,30 m large and 4,60 long. Sered, as you can see on the linked topic, did an oustanding and unflagging work in building Winterfell. That's so plenty of wonderful details that though the many pictures we took, it doesn't do justice to him. Here there are just a couple of pictures, please click on the previous link to enjoy the work he did: or follow the link https://skydrive.liv...5C5BAC70CE1!124 thanking our great friend Yugo Amaryl. Marco Cancellieri AKA The Chancellor, who always likes (and succeeds) to impress, went into another big job and build none other than the WALL (and Castle Black of course) Again, here are some resized pictures, you can take advantage of Yugo Amaryl's shots again to see them in detail: https://skydrive.liv...5C5BAC70CE1!123 Me and my friend Lothard McLotti went into building the Frey's Twin Towers. Nothing like the above, but nice result though: More to this diorama is being built for the next Legofests. As I speak, people is adding wanting to build another piece of westeros... what will this become? Thank you for watching from Italy!
  15. Well people this is my first post showing a moc of my own. The story behind this is that the Queen decides to go for a ride to the countryside with her carriage. She passes in front a cottage and the kid gets out to wave her. This is also my first attempt of building something from the medieval/castle era. What do you think? Any comments are more than welcome! Here is the complete moc: Queen's carriage passing through the village by aemil.toe, on Flickr A close up to the cottage: Medieval cottage by aemil.toe, on Flickr And the carriage from different views: The Queen's carriage by aemil.toe, on Flickr The Queen's carriage back view by aemil.toe, on Flickr The Queen in her carriage by aemil.toe, on Flickr Thanks for viewing it! Have a nice day, built something!
  16. Hello. I`ve built the North Gate of the Medieval Castle. Here it is: So, Uruk-hais made a Harlem Shake video. Assasins attack! New recruite! I hope, you like it. Please, comment!
  17. UrbanErwin

    LDD Moc: Tower

    Not quite sure if this is the right place It is a medieval tower I'm Planning to build once. file
  18. Hello everyone ! Here is my last medieval-themed MOC. It's a 16x16 vig, depicting Sir Rendyr Greydale, riding across the land on his horse. I firstly built the knight, inspired by the CMF Series 9's Heroic Knight, and Jaime Lannister, from Game of Thrones (I think that hairstyle is quite nice for him ^^). Then I gave him a steed, with some flags, and I built a little vignette around. I think it's a good way to learn making vegetations, and landscape. The picture links to the BrickShelf gallery (sorry for the pictures' quality) : Comments and criticisms are welcome, I hope you will like it !
  19. Flare

    [MOC] Castle Wall

    I haven't been building much recently (besides a couple of scenes for Heroica), but I built this small Castle Wall scene back in December. Enjoy! Thanks for viewing! Constructive criticism / pure praise would be appreciated!
  20. Made for the Fortify Lenfald Challenge in LCC. This is the home of Manek Asten and his wife Eleonora. Manek is a captain in the army of Lenfald and lives just outside the great city Stonewald. He has hired Pepin (my character) to oversee the construction of a stone wall around his home as war seems to be coming: More pics, including interior, here:'s-Home.php Any C&C welcome
  21. Hello! I am a Swedish AFOL who have been active on Swebrick for a couple of years, and have from occasionally been lurking around here on Eurobricks as well (mostly in the Guilds of Historica subsection). First and foremost I am since coming out of my dark age a fan of lego castle and medieval/fantasy building in general. I was a lego fan even in high school and continued to build with my lego castle from time to time as well, but then university studies, small living conditions and a limited budget held me back from pursuing my Lego interest to any great extent. I started collecting new lego a couple of years back during the last year of the Kingdoms theme and I am very regretful that I missed the fantasy era, but I have tried to remedy that by shopping way to much LotR from Amazon recently ;) I joined EB to better late than never join Guilds of Historica which I have been following, envyous of the excellent builds people seem to be able to produce there. It also seems like an excellent way to challenge myself to build "out of my comfort zone" (which today is castles with the big gray wall syndrome as an ever present danger). However, I am having a hard time choosing which guild to join... Avalonia would be the obvious choice based on my brick collection and building style, but then again that might be to close to my comfort zone? Some of my limited production in later years (and a couple of earlier builds I put together while staying at my parents place a couple of holidays in college) can be seen on flickr: Happy to be able to join such a great community! /"Gideon"
  22. Captain Settle

    Tolswick Guard House

    As part of my ongoing "Tolswick defense project" I am putting small guard houses up around the town. These cost less and are quicker to build than walls. This build was inspired by SoccerKid. FRONT: I used a tile and 1x1 stud technique on the front. The roof looks weird and flat in this picture, but in real life it looks better, and is made with log bricks. SIDE: I ran out of studs quickly, so soon I only had headlight bricks. That is why the tiles are so flat. INTERIOR: The roof lifts up too see inside. As you can see, I have not yet completed the interior, but all those studs facing in are just begging for a brown tile wooden wall. Thanks for looking and please put some C&C!
  23. evan.evan.evan

    Winter Village: Tavern

    I present to you my entry for: Expand the Winter Village Contest III The Winter Village Tavern! (I apologize for the image quality) I don't have any of the winter village sets (all the more reason I'd love to win one! ) so I had to look them up online to get a feel for their look. I loved the way the Cottage was designed and decided to model mine after that! Here's some more shots The inside! The side! Where do the kids go while their parents are in the pub? Outside, where they have snowball fights, of course! Full set: flickr page with all of the pictures (much better quality): I hope you enjoyed this! Thanks for looking Good luck to the other contestants! Why did only the last picture load? Sorry guys...
  24. Fianat

    CCCX Ras-al-Jabar

    CCCX Ras-al-Jabar This story tells us a tale of a gorgeous and rich land now buried under the sands, Ras-al-Jabar "An old castle called Ras-al-Jabar was built hundreds of years ago by Emir of Rabaat in the southern realm of Mamlakat. The Salam river runs through these lands and it is the main source of fresh water and fish. Ras-al-Jabar is the center of trade and learning. Markets impress everyone by rich variety of products from all over the world. Ras-al-Jabar's library is still the largest in the southern region. This castle provided safety and defence to the whole land. But its greatness fell when The Dark times began..." __________________________ CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr CCCX Ras-al-Jabar by Fianat, on Flickr This is my first entry for the Colossal Castle Contest 2012 in the Miscellaneous Category Deeplinks : Brickshelf Set More Pictures Thanks for viewing! Hope you will like it!