AK_Brickster wrote:The multiple tiers of action are fantastic! I really really like the layout of this MOC, and you did a great job with the execution. I obviously can't remember EVERYTHING you've built, but as far as I can recall, this is my favorite MOC of yours to-date. Great job and...
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! :Mrgreen:
mitah wrote:I like the setting and the training grounds, but - for my taste - the tower is a little too much. To me it seems you had many ideas for windows and elements and couldn't decide on one theme and incorporated all of them... the same with the with the colours: I count 4 different colours of stone in your wall, with no one colour seeming to be the main one. Typically you would have one or two main colours and incorporate a few more sporadically for highlights. The cornerstones in the uppermost levels are dark while the lower ones are light gray and in a completely different style, which separates the tower in a lower and upper half which do not necessarily fit together.
The facade as a whole seems cluttered with details and colour which makes it hard to see the architecture of the tower as a whole. The roof looks great and detailed with enough plain areas to appreciate the detailed ones, but again the mixing in of light grey bricks in the edge of the roof makes little sense to me.
I am sorry if this sounds harsh, and it is not my intention to be mean or cruel, I am just giving my opinion - as you can see here there's a lot of love going around here for your MOC so please don't take this personally and see it as it is - just one man's opinion.
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