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Postby The Wolfpack Boss » Fri Apr 22, 2005 8:59 pm

Very nice!

I agree with everybody, the bustling, busy nature helps rather than hinders this baby. Shark fishermen ... merchants, traders. It's a thing of beauty.

I really like the color. Castles may need to be big, grey, and bland, but that doesn't mean some colored cloth didn't break that monotany up.
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Postby quiksand » Mon Apr 25, 2005 7:09 pm

Very nice. It's like a large vignette, with all of the action you've included. The People are excellent. I especially love the guy with the patch-jacket, the one you use for your avatar as well I see. Likely has some character sinificance to you I'd bet. Awesome choice. The color variation is well done in the castle wall, as well as the small inn atop the wall. The only thing I would change is to git rid of the one piece gate mold and to replace it with a plate constructed one, like in 6085. But thats me... Anyway, keep up the great work, sets like this are an inspiration to builders of MOCs. Thanks for showing us!
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Postby Nathendricks428 » Fri Apr 29, 2005 7:53 pm

Wow! Nice detail! I like the way everything is sort of squished together. It gives it that busy city docs feel.
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