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  1. Trador is not only known for its applecider, it has also some of the best wines of New Terra: the Casa De Flores, famous for its unique aroma. The vineyard is a very popular attraction in Trador as visitors can follow a guide around the vineyard and drink some wine afterwards. Today, the soccer Teams of Prio, Royal Garvey Engineers and MAESTRO Engineers are visiting the vineyard. Meanwhile Lord Maximilian Damaximus and his wife taste the latest production of the wine. --- Thanks for watching! C&C welcome :) Will be licenced as a Large plantation This module is to be placed behind the Trador Merchant Quay (pictures of this somewhere in the future :p )
  2. This is my entry into the Architecture category of Marchitecture. It was a very fun challenge to work in the Architecture scale, and see how much of the real building’s detail I could capture. Due to the small scale, it was easy to make revisions, a good thing as it took quite a few experiments to get each area of the Chateau to look how I wanted. More pics on my website. Thanks for looking
  3. This is a collab build by Captain Genaro, Phred and myself, to create a royal plantation for Breshaun. It's been in the making for quite some time, and it was fun seeing this project evolve and result in something even bigger than a mere license. But more on that at another time. For now... Welcome, fellow BoBSians, to: Château Richemont - Royal Vineyard and Hot-Spot of Le Bellan's High Society Embedded in the gently rolling hills that surround the city of Breshaun lies Château Richemont, towering over the valley of the Zeusrun River as a beacon of Oleander noblesse. The estate was founded about half a century ago by Pierre de Bourdeille, youngest son to the Comte de Richemont. With no chance of inheriting his father's titles and lands in the old world, he was one of the first noblemen to make Le Bellan his home. Profiting from his family's proud tradition as prime winemakers of the realm he immediately recognized the potential the nearly ideal climate in the region offered to cultivate rich and heavy grapes, enabling him to create excellent wines, such as the Bleaunote Royal and the Terrechéri Noir, that even regularly make their way to the Courts of Granoleon. Today, the chateau is not only a leading wine producer, but also a bustling center of noble Oleander lifestyle on Le Bellan, famous for its exuberant banquets and glittering balls regularly held throughout the year. In fact, the next festival is about to commence. And some notables have announced their arrival - rumored to be sent by the Intendant Général des Finances himself - and interested in big business... About: Footprint is ca. 175x200, piece-count 25000+ (this almost killed my PC ) All the vines are placed by hand, so there's no copy-paste, no repetitions involved - at all. Most trivial thing I've ever done in LDD Same goes for the pathway texture and the gravel... So it might look easy, but I can assure you I lost track of the hours I spent on this. Oh, and of course as always all bricks exist in the colors presented. I would have loved to go on building, but in the end every additional brick was a fight, I had so many LDD crashes making me rebuild things over and over again... so the figs were left to for my co-builders. Thanks for watching this first part C&C welcome Vive le Roi!


    Hey Guys!! This is my Versailles Palace MOC LEGO Versailles Chateau by Etel Enzos, en Flickr Cour de Marbre by Etel Enzos, en Flickr Versalles by Etel Enzos, en Flickr
  5. Hey Guys!! This is my Versailles Palace MOC LEGO Versailles Chateau by Etel Enzos, en Flickr Cour de Marbre by Etel Enzos, en Flickr Versalles by Etel Enzos, en Flickr
  6. Kolonialbeamter

    [LDD Contest] Chateau 'Sans-Nuage-sur-Maine'

    A Dream Home A dream – maybe a bit of a weird dream... Imagine – What would you do if you were eccentric and rich? Maybe you would have an inflatable beverage-providing shark... next to a bar... inside a pool... inside an aquarium... inside a vintage french chateau. And more eccentric stuff. This is my entry for the Digital Design Contest 'Build your dream home'. Chateau 'Sans-Nuage-sur-Maine' is a model I constructed over the last two years, whenever I grew sick of ship building. It's loosely based on famous french chateaus 'Fontainebleau' and 'Vaux-le-Vicomte'. It has a long history and is strongly tied to a maritime tradition of previous generations, as you will see from some details on the inside. The new owner, however, is only partially respecting this heritage, and prefers to do things a little differently... As you will notice from the inside of the remaining (west)wing, the chateau is depicted as a construction site. This is simply to save bricks and be able to show some kind of detailing. Originally it had both wings intact, but no interior whatsoever. Tearing one wing down was a trick, giving me the opportunity to gain roughly 8000 pieces to invest in details. But they were quickly used up. So I made the rest look like a construction site, which makes sense, since a truly eccentric person would, well, screw convention and reside as he pleases But even with only one wing the chateau offers enough space for all kinds of personal projects. In it's current state, however, it hardly features any living facilities, but what the heck, it's already good enough to party! The scene shows the morning after a party, hence there are empty bottles everywhere, there's stuff thrown into the pool, for some reason a pizza on the roof, someone's clearly been messing with the statue... aaand the rider's golden grand sword went missing... I wanted to include minifigs, all hung over and the like, but unfortunately lacked the time to do so. Pictures (click for high resolution, or visit mybrickshelf): Front view, showing the main entrance. Back view, showing the large terrace and the entrance to the garden. Detailed view from behind the fountain (render took too long to be added to the contest post, so it'll be here only). Detailed shot of the pool/aquarium/party area. Detailed shot of the main entrance, including 'APPC' (tank tracks 'borrowed' from Sunder's 'Heavy Tank Centurion III'). View inside the dome. Some more screenshots: Another view into the dome (if built, the outer dome structure could be removed). Another shot of the eastwing, including a chillout area (someone forgot his/her pants...), and if you look closely you'll spot some fish inside the aquarium. Here's a random cut through the westwing, revealing... it's under contruction . Some highlights: model consists of almost 40 thousand bricks (can't open it any longer with 'outlines on bricks'), there's a huge garage with lots of space for dream cars and other vehicles, you definitely want to own an 'APPC': Armoured Party Personnel Carrier', equipped with... lots of fun (and fits into the garage), pool contains brick-built 'water' to place minifigs or other stuff in/on it for a decent pool party, chandelier is made of 300 parts, ship model is made of 270 parts, if you are familiar with 'Grand Theft Auto', you'll find it logic to find a certain item in a certain place, if you like pirates, you'll find it logic to find something hidden in a particular part of the chateau, there are stories of a terrible crime that occurred some generations before... could they be true? Although not all bricks are connected according to LDD logic, I'm sure everything is physically buildable. Here's the LXF-file for download. Please queck it out, there's secrets and gimmicks waiting to be discovered! Due to the size of the file you might want to adjust your LDD display quality settings. C&C welcome! Regards
  7. Captain Braunsfeld

    MOC: Palace Jaune Banane

    [pid][/pid] 245B Dear all, I am very happy to present to you another example of monkey-driven design: The Palace "Jaune Banane": It is a modular build - heavily inspired by what I have seen in and around Vienna. And I managed to include some monkey statues (which I am really proud of). I managed to include some nice interior work: And it is modular: It is actually not so easy to capture this well: This time the MOC comes without a story. I hope you enjoy it! (I am working on the palace gardens, etc., so there will be additions coming up soon).