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Fort Lagoona

Postby Remyth » Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:35 pm

Hey folks! Here's the last full MOC I will be posting in a while!

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Re: Fort Lagoona

Postby Elbadar » Sat Aug 27, 2011 2:30 am

Wow, I dont know what to say exactly but the words "awsome" and "interesting" definitely come to mind. The water is beautiful (and expensive looking :P ), and the walls are so detailed that I have a hard time seeing a bare patch. I think it's interesting that you did a fort segment that doesen't contain any entraces/exits to the fort.Besides that, the figs and fig placement are just awsome, and I like your above window canopies made out of green doors. Cool stuff, and an excellent swan song.
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Re: Fort Lagoona

Postby Tower of Iron Will » Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:08 am

I like the water as well, and this fort reminds me of the Spanish forts in some of the capital cities in Central and South America. Nice Job.
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Re: Fort Lagoona

Postby Blueandwhite » Sat Aug 27, 2011 2:19 pm

Nicely done. In the thumbnails it actually looks quite busy and a bit unsightly but when you zoom in and look at the build in all of its glory it really is quite impressive. I really like the swashbuckler who is hanging onto the crate that is being raised by crane. I would suggest placing a boat below though as it seems a bit odd to have a crane raising/lowering cargo without a vessel to raise it from. The doors as overhangs above the windows are also quite nice and add a nice bit of colour to your work.

A quick question; is there a particular reason the one guard is falling off the wall? In any case, this is a really nice build. Good luck in your schooling!
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Re: Fort Lagoona

Postby Remyth » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:15 pm

Elbadar - Thanks! Glad you like it!

Tower of Iron Will - Well that's good, since those forts are what it is modeled again (not exact, but basic look).

Blueandwhite - The thumbnail does look a bit busy... but I worked hard to try to make sure that it wasn't too busy in person. About the ship.... yeah, but I was lazy and didn't feel like trying to make something for there... And there is no real reason for the guy falling off... just a bit o' fun. Glad you like it, and thanks!
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Re: Fort Lagoona

Postby soccerkid6 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:23 am

Nice looking fort! I don't think I have ever seen walls like that before, pretty cool design. The floor on top of the fort is really cool, that's a lot of tiles.I like your cannon and window shutters too. Sorry to hear you won't be posting any more MOCs for awhile. Keep on building.
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