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August 2015
Castle Grayskull
31 VIII 15

Letranger Absurde built this micro Castle Grayskull. Check out all of Letranger Absurde's MOCs on Flickr or MOCpages and then discuss this in our forum.


Castle goes to Space contest
29 VIII 15

Announcing the Castle goes to Space contest. Take an official Castle set and spacify it, or take an official Space set and castlify it. Ask questions and discuss the contest in this thread. Post your entries in this thread.


Old Keep
28 VIII 15

The final portion of brothers Robert4168/Garmadon, Gid617, and Josdu's collaborative build is Josdu's Keep. You can see all of his MOCs on Flickr and then discuss this collaboration in our forum.


Battle in the Village
28 VIII 15

The next portion of brothers Robert4168/Garmadon, Gid617, and Josdu's collaborative build is Gid617's Battle in the Village. You can see all of his MOCs on Flickr and then discuss this collaboration in our forum.


Through the Pass
27 VIII 15

The Eriksons have got to look out, another team is on the loose. Brothers Robert4168/Garmadon, Gid617, and Josdu have teamed up on a collaboration called Attack of the Old Keep, built over a marthon 8 day span. Garmadon starts us off with the landscaping. Here is his portion, Through the Pass. You can see all of Robert4168/Garmadon's MOCs on Flickr and then discuss this collaboration in our forum.


Dracolich
23 VIII 15

Letranger Absurde built this Dracolich, a sort of undead dragon, for the RPG & Fantasy category of the Colossal Battle Contest. You can also see the beast by itself here and more images here. Check out all of Letranger Absurde's MOCs on Flickr or MOCpages and then discuss this in our forum.


Colossal Battle Contest 2015
23 VIII 15

The Colossal Battle Contest, hosted on Flickr by CC member and Master Builder Mark of Falworth, ends on August 31. You still have time to build something, so pull out your bricks and get busy! If you're submitting something to the contest, also be sure to share it in our forum.


Pocket Heroes
20 VIII 15

John Stephens shows that you don't have to build big to build awesome. He's made a number of plate-built figs in both castle/fantasy and sci-fi themes that he calls Pocket Heroes. Here are two of my favorites, his Grogald the Unclean and his Grail Knight. You can check these out, along with his other MOCs, on Flickr, and then discuss them in our forum.


Watcher in the Water
18 VIII 15

Forum member SergeantChipmunk44 illustrated the classic scene from the Lord of the Rings where the Fellowship finds that the Westgate of Moria is guarded by the Watcher in the Water. Check this out, along with SC's other MOCs, on Flickr, and then discuss it in our forum.


Guarded Inn Redux
14 VIII 15

Chris Maddison (cmaddison in our forum) took a classic set and updated it with modern building techniques: Guarded Inn Redux. You can see a few additional views, along with his other MOCs, on Flickr, and then disucss it in our forum.


Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes
12 VIII 15

Here's some inspiration for your next MOC: the main gatehouse for the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes. After the Knights Hospitaller occupied several Greek islands off the coast of modern-day Turkey, they made their base in Rhodes and largely re-built this castle in 1309 on the site of an older citadel. The castle was greatly damaged by an explosion in 1856 and was restored in the 1930's. You can see more photos of the castle, along with other scenes from around Rhodes, in these two galleries. This photo is by Allan Ogg. You can see lots of great building inspiration in this forum thread.


June-July seed part winner
10 VIII 15

Maehdros' microscale windmill put the emphasis on the whip/vine (the seed part) and won the June-July seed part challenge. See all of the entries and then congratulate Maehdros in our forum.


Hyrule Castle
7 VIII 15

Those who went to BrickFair Virginia were lucky enough to see Joseph Zawada's amazing Hyrule Castle in person. Unfortunately he has not yet posted pictures on his own Flickr stream, but you can see lots of photos from various BrickFair attendees, such as in this gallery by EDWW day_dae. If you look at some of the close-up shots you can see really interesting parts usage, like Technic pieces in the battlements and Power Miners drills as turrets (who knew those came in blue?). Also interesting to see how he used hinge-plates to make the tower shapes. Check it out, and then discuss it in our forum.


Bridge to the Elves' Country
5 VIII 15

I've always said that Takeshi Itou is my favorite fantasy castle builder. His creations really emphasize the vertical dimension, and as such get a lot more detail into a smaller area than many builders would achieve on a much larger footprint. I hadn't noticed anything new from him in a while, so I was excited to see his newest MOC, the Bridge to the Elves' Country. You can check out this MOC along with all of Takeshi's other creations on Brickshelf or on his personal page Castle Element (it's largely in Japanese, but the pictures speak for themselves), and then discuss it in our forum.


Homecoming
4 VIII 15

Atahlus uses lighting and point-of-view to great effect in this scene, Homecoming. You can see this along with all of his other MOCs on Flickr and then discuss it in our forum.



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