Jacob C. wrote:I just spent about 30 minutes looking at all the details of this castle now that the gallery is public.
Im amazed at how much time you must have put into this.
Your moc has made me realized that I need to stop spending so much money on grey bricks & instead spend money on pieces to detail my mocs.
The amount of detail in this moc just blows me away!
...How long did it take you to build the whole thing?
Very very cool. I agree with Formendacil, the mottling is very well done. Something that eludes me as well.
I love the 'randomness' of the castle the most, another thing that eludes my building abilities. I can never make a castle that isn't overly symmetrical or straight or whatever. Your castle has a very authentic organicness to it that just wows me.
I will certainly have to study this castle when it comes time for my next large MOC.
Wow. This is the best castle I've seen in a while. Like Sava said, it just flows with the landscape. It really doesn't feel like the land is built around the castle. Very natural. [Dragonlord Esq.]
Most awesome structures made by lego builders skip the interior and only makes the facade, but this has both an interior and an exterior of utter beauty!
Interior is something I usually see as a problem, either the castle will lack an exterior, or an interior. Its also enormous, and everything is one way or another linked together! There are many awesome small details... Hope I dont flatter you to much.
In my best scottish fisherman accent:
Yer a Master Builder, laddie boy!
that's a great castle! The landscaping is very well done and I like its irregular shape and the big civillian portion of it. Also the many small details are nice. The bestest detail, in my opinion, is the woman with the water buckets (or cans or however you would call it.) at the well. And I do not pick her just because she's the rare forest maid with a somewhat rare white hat
JoshWedin wrote:Hey Nathan,
That is very impressive! It is so full of detail that I still feel like I have missed most of the detail and I examined each picture. I am overwhelmed...words fail me...
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