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Postby wunztwice » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:50 pm

This is looking really good Felix! I can't wait for the finished product.
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Postby Remyth » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:30 pm

Great work! I like this more and more! I can't wait till the finished project. Hope to see more updates soon.

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Postby kelderic » Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:19 pm

Very nice Felix. This town is looking good. I really like the windmill.

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Postby Lord Felix » Wed Jul 25, 2007 6:52 pm

It has been long since I've posted anywhere here... but I come to re-assure all you people that I AM still building with legos, and have completed (or nearly) part 2, and began work on part three. There are some changes overall, however, which I will point out now.

1) There is a crane instead of a beacon in the port. The beacon is now near the windmill.

2) Added figures; in part 1 there are at least 5 more figures.

3) Just little details; see if you can see them.

4) The biggest difference...
This town is no longer a "coastal" town. After thinking, I realized that fall trees that change colors don't really grow near the coast, and so it is in fact, a lake town.

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http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Dandi ... te3/01.jpg

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Postby smcginnis » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:14 pm

Still beautifully awesome. The only suggestion I'd have would be to put the RCX underneath the town; though I'm sure its location on the windowsill is temporary. The beacon is great looking. I think I didn't notice it before.
Lord Felix wrote:It has been long since I've posted anywhere here... but I come to re-assure all you people that I AM still building with legos, and have completed (or nearly) part 2, and began work on part three. There are some changes overall, however, which I will point out now.

Nah, don't worry. I never thought you'd have stopped playing with LEGO bricks; I was quite convinced you were dead! Image

Sorry for that bit of strange humor....

Anyway, glad to see you back! More pics, please?

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Postby Lord Felix » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:21 pm

Nah, don't worry. I never thought you'd have stopped playing with LEGO bricks; I was quite convinced you were dead!


Hehe... I get it :lol:
Nope. Not dead yet. Lucky me :twisted:

Anyway, glad to see you back! More pics, please?


I feel kinda mean saying this... but not right now.

I'm limiting the number of pictures I release right now because
I'm borrowing my brother's camera, which is now out of batteries and AAs drain really fast in it (in other words to take those 6 pictures was to drain the camera)
I want to take better pictures. It takes me a lot of time to upload them, resize them, edit them, and post them. I'm not totally picture savvy computer-wise.
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Postby Ser Loktar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:00 pm

Felix, I remember when this thread was new and you had that little bit of coastline to show us... and that impressed the heck out of me. Now I look at this Beeautiful town and see the few ideas that were missing and I'm now in awe, the wall seems to have grown more fearsome than V1's and your tudor technique has evolved nicely. I remember when it just had one or two buildings in it but now it's full fledged hamlet.
Great work, and keep us posted on the updates,
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Postby Lord Felix » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:35 am

Felix, I remember when this thread was new and you had that little bit of coastline to show us... and that impressed the heck out of me. Now I look at this Beeautiful town and see the few ideas that were missing and I'm now in awe, the wall seems to have grown more fearsome than V1's and your tudor technique has evolved nicely. I remember when it just had one or two buildings in it but now it's full fledged hamlet.
Great work, and keep us posted on the updates,
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P.S. Here's hoping for interiors soon


Hey, thanks a lot. I can do one interior, and that is of the Blacksmith (green tudor building for reference)... and I think I can take a few more pictures for everyone.

>_< I didn't post the link to the gallery

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Postby kelderic » Sat Jul 28, 2007 4:32 am

Wow, it's looking great, Felix. I really like the attention to detail, for instance the smoke rising out of the chimneys. Great job.

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Postby Norro » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:09 pm

Looking good!

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