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LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby Bentoft » Sat May 12, 2012 9:48 pm

Herman Tyrfu is a rich man from Morastius-Renu. He has worked his work up from nothing.
But as a Mor-Renuii wealth does not give you respect. You have to prove your worth on the battlefield.
But Herman know that he will never do that, so he send his son Latgot to Toberg school of warfare.
Latgot ended up as one of the best students ever and even reached the final in the great Loreos joust.

So now the Tyrfu family is highly respected and Herman dare to invite consul Arturius Xavier to the great feast.
The headmaster from Toberg is also invited and so is Lady Charlotte of Stowburn.
GC1 at LCC by bentoft, on Flickr

GC1 at LCC by bentoft, on Flickr

GC1 at LCC by bentoft, on Flickr

GC1 at LCC by bentoft, on Flickr
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby andhe » Sat May 12, 2012 10:43 pm

It's a great build and I especially love the details eg the swords on the staircase, the statue, the flowerpot, the shields recessed in the wall, the tiled floor.

I like the combo's on your figures especially the head of the household. But we need to have a new rule about not wearing helmets at the dinner table :D
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby Eklund » Sat May 12, 2012 10:54 pm

This is a very nice, clean build. Good job on the floor detailing both inside the house and on the road outside. It really helps the moc stand out. Great job!
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby mencot » Sun May 13, 2012 5:50 am

great build Bentoft. Very much detail and they are great. I very much also like the swords in the wall. Also the road outside with slopes is awesome, that has maybe taken some time to make. This is a great entry and nice to see that you included lady Charlotte :D
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby subix » Sun May 13, 2012 7:15 am

Fantastic job. Stones for pavement are superb. Gaps between bricks are so realistic.
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby soccerkid6 » Sun May 13, 2012 11:10 am

Another great build! I like that you did a scene outside as well, really adds to the whole thing. Wonderful work with your floors/road.
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby Blego7 » Sun May 13, 2012 12:49 pm

I love the floor downstairs! Also, lovely work on the pavement.
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby Medieval Guy » Sun May 13, 2012 9:31 pm

Fantastic work! The floors are beautiful, and I like that you made the shields more flush with the wall.
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby konze » Mon May 14, 2012 12:06 pm

Nice idea to build your entry on 2 floors. I really like the staircase.
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Re: LCC-Loreos-GC1, The Tyrfu family house

Postby AK_Brickster » Mon May 14, 2012 4:12 pm

The level of detail you've managed to capture, both inside and out, is terrific. The floor technique is quite inspiring, though I feel like it doesn't quite flow well in this setting. Maybe because it's such a large detail for such a small floor. I can't quite put my finger on it.

Other than that, I love the rest. The bannister up the stair is nice, as are the shields and swords hung on the walls, and the use of several kinds of windows is done seamlessly.

Keep up the good work! :mrgreen:
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