Prince Imdol wrote:...But really, would wolfpack have a tower.
They seem more like Barbarians.
DARKspawn wrote:Brilliant Chris This would have to be your finest creation to date.
RichardAM wrote:Nice collection of figures too- you didn't miss that fig you gave me too much did you?
Nice one, this is really inspiring.
Shadowviking wrote:Wow, fantastic. The inclusion of every (wow, if you're not kidding) Wolfpack set is amazing, and the MOC itself is abosolutely brilliant. I like the guy putting on (or taking off) his armour, and the Cheese slopes as cheese is cool. (the rat is also a nice addition) Also, is that Momo I spy in a tree? Anyway, very cool.
Lord Felix wrote:Very nice. I do have a question though: How do you do your landscaping? I've seen many variations, and the one I use must be the worst. I see you use duplo for the "dark grey underground," but how do you support the green plates? When I do it, it is very fragile, even though it looks ok afterwards ...
...I have yet to master that off-set wall technique you have displayed excellently.
Sir Dillon wrote:This is stunning, Chris. You've captured and kept the shape very well, and it looks absolutely great overall...
I've actually been planning to do a similar creation based off the Wolfpack Tower after I've finished a few smaller creations, but this is much better than anything I would've done.
I don't really have anything else to say... Great work!
Sir Brithead wrote:This is great for two reasons
First, you did an awesome job, every little detail is great and including all the 3 wolfpack set is great. I was noticing on the back of the tower that you used grey to make it look like the black angled corner pieces have the blocks holding them together like the original smaller version. Just incredible. Not an original idea but and original way to blow it up to a much larger more dynamic size.
Two, it makes me want to rebuild medium size sets in a large or more excitng way similar to what you have done here.
In summary, great build with lots of inspirering tidbits and this makes me want to build more.
PS thanks for a million pictures, sometimes these great builds do not get shared properly by a small amount of pictures.
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