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GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby Buurli » Mon Jun 03, 2013 2:10 pm

Hey guys!
I haven't posted in the MOC subforum for a while, so I'm showing you here my latest creations :wink:.
I hope you like them, btw. Critism is very appreciated for future builds!

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I saidly didn't got any good shots of the wall, but in the following picture you can see a small cutout of it:
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The backgroundstory you can read here, this topic is just to show the MOC, not the story :wink:.
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby Justin M » Mon Jun 03, 2013 6:11 pm

Okay, now this is a truly epic build. The wall, landscape, dragon, especially the dragon, and the placement of the 'figs are all pro. Ace stuff! :D
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby Eklund » Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:03 pm

The wall texture is absolutely delicious in this one.
You would rather be building right now.
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby PsychoPixie » Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:23 pm

I love the use of all those little 1 dot rounds for the wall and the sand... I have been toying with them a lot for a water feature and small building. It all comes together very nicely and adds great "texture" to the whole scene you made.

The fire on the building is awesome.
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby friskywhiskers » Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:59 am

Interesting wall technique, but what really caught my eye was the sloping beach - that's some amazing landscaping!
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby soccerkid6 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 1:23 am

Eklund wrote:The wall texture is absolutely delicious in this one.

I totally agree with Eklund, you really nailed the wall design! Great dragon as well :)
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Re: GoH: Attack on Cedrica

Postby Buurli » Tue Jun 11, 2013 4:18 am

Justin M wrote:Okay, now this is a truly epic build. The wall, landscape, dragon, especially the dragon, and the placement of the 'figs are all pro. Ace stuff! :D

Thanks Justin :). The fig placement is one of the more important things I learned while writing the story.


Eklund wrote:The wall texture is absolutely delicious in this one.

Thanks mate! The Problem is just that it takes way too much time to build major constructions with it.


PsychoPixie wrote:I love the use of all those little 1 dot rounds for the wall and the sand... I have been toying with them a lot for a water feature and small building. It all comes together very nicely and adds great "texture" to the whole scene you made.

The fire on the building is awesome.

Thank you! I think that the 1x1 somehow don't fit the sand, but it gives some texture, so I let them there.


friskywhiskers wrote:Interesting wall technique, but what really caught my eye was the sloping beach - that's some amazing landscaping!

Thank you :).


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Eklund wrote:The wall texture is absolutely delicious in this one.

I totally agree with Eklund, you really nailed the wall design! Great dragon as well :)

Thanks SK! The dragon was the first and also most difficult/time consuming thing in this build :wink:.
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