Darn, you beat me to it! Well done though, especially the details of the blue tavern. That's a lot of cheese slopes all over the place. I like your use of the headlight brick for windows, and adding the hinge feature rounds it all off nicely. Again, well done!
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This is just amazing. The amount of detail you've got within the size restriction of mini really takes mini to whole new level. The tree, the cows, it's all impressive. I'm not to into the figs and the birds but if you're looking to recreate a set I guess there's no half measures.
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i agree the birds aren't that good - but a round plate + claw plate looked equally silly at least so I ended up just putting a little claw in a headlight because it looks about as chunky as what they made in the set....
Too bad the interiors have to be so cramped, but it can't be helped.
This is brilliant, and I agree with the other posters. I particularly like your cows.
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Well, this forum is for Castle creations, right?
If there's one thing I am NOT good at , it is creating MOCs that stick to a certain theme. Even my Job Muller entry had a robot in it... so the first robot I ever made was for a Castle contest... well, you see what I mean.
So that's why I normally post in generic forums like Eurobricks, Lowlug and 1000Steine, that are not theme specific...
But I recently started a fairy tale series (well, just Little Red Riding Hood thus far), I don't know if that's castle-like enough for here...