Bricknave wrote:Wow, lovely stonework and rockwork! Having all three scenes on one baseplate is really clever. My favorite scene is the wall climbing one; the climbing action and use of green tiles is a nice touch.
Justin M wrote:Wow, awesome job Matthew! It's neat how they all fit together.
Aeridian wrote:Great work Matt! Having all the parts connected is a really neat idea.
soccerkid6 wrote:I like the rockwork and wall texture in the first build, the second build has great texturing in the wall and I like the round tower in the corner. Excellent rockwork in the third build, the tilted sections especially. There are a few things I think could be improved: where you widened the round tower with inverted slopes there are gaps, here is a pic showing one way of solving that:
(built by ZCerberus)
Also the third scene wall design looks a little odd to me, the sand green looks a little odd when used in a regular pattern, I think it work better scattered through the wall to show moss. The tudor sections are a neat idea and look alright, but removing the tan bits and give the roofs a steeper slant would improve them in my opinion. Overall three very good builds
Sir Erathor wrote:I really like this series of builds, though would agree with those who've mentioned that the sand green could be more spread out. I really admire your building style, and your MOCs just keep getting better!
SSchmidt wrote:Very, very nice builds. I am impressed.
I am one of those that actually does not mind the sand green. I don't know that it meshes well with the light tan at the top of the wall, but I still think it looks pretty good. I realize in a traditional castle wall the Sand green wouldn't be in uniformity, but I still ike it
By the way, it should be "You're late" as opposed to "Your late."
When your builds look this good, I have to nitpick on something It makes me feel better