CAI wrote:Excellent, Not much to add here, but nice photography especially in this shot. The shadows make it much more real lookng.
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/jimd/ ... urch09.jpg
I love the roof (may have to borrow the idea for a castle sometime)!
My favorite details are the slopes at the top of the tower, the roof, and the flagstones, but the whole thing is really cool. The landscaping is also done well.
Really nice. I like the mottled roof, and the tower and buttresses are nice. But the best thing would have to be the stained glass windows. So many 1x1 slopes. Oh, and he's a member.
Yeah, that's a great church. I especially like the windows - both the stained glass and the details around the outside.
Hmm, doesn't look like Jim's posted here since April; perhaps he's been busy working on this. Jim, if you're out there, outstanding job.
nice photography especially in this shot. The shadows make it much more real lookng.
This looks excelent, I've wanted to use that corballing effect that he uses on the corners of the belltower for a while now. It's a nice feature
I like how the church as a rather simple, yet detailed design.
Thanks for posting this! It's a marvelous demonstration of SNOT, and I like the avoidance of the BGW syndrome, as well as the look of it. It would be sweet to see the interior of it too.
Jim wrote:Thanks again all, and see if you can spot the jumper plates.
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