OverLoad wrote:As I was going to say on Flickr, this house is amazing. Really nice all around. What I'm glad you added is the peaceful scenes of daily life, fishers, gardening, etc etc. Very creative.
Kevin1990 wrote:Dark Pearl Fishes?
very nice moc love the fenches
Busboy489 wrote:Lovely Build! I really like the fact that it is historically accurate(ish). The roof design is awesome, and the color choice for the entire house is good. The roundish base really frames the MOC well. I've come really close to running out of green plates before too, those are just pieces I always forget to pick when I have the chance. Great Job, I always enjoy your builds!
Heir of Black Falcon wrote:Very cool. I love historic buildings. I got to visit a few sites where they had originals. Not much left now but they had some good recreations of them that some people had been living in. I think you got the look and feel of it very well. Now we just need to get some people together and make an Anglo-Saxon village... maybe with a viking attack going on.
Nice work Karrde!
LegoLord. wrote:Looks good.
Frank_Lloyd_Knight wrote:...not dull at all. Or at least no further than actual Anglo-peasant life might have been on the farm. Your placement of fence posts looks as accurate as any archaeological reports I might have read. Was this merely your artistic license, or were you following the findings from an actual excavation?
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