I love this building! I dont really like the use of the thread pieces for the fence, but i cant get over the realism, scale, and overall structural shape of the building!
Obviously, i wish i had that many 1x1 round plates lol. But I also really admire the use of different angles in the second story, and the combination of extruding angles with structural elements (beams, etc...)
First, congratulations for winning the Master Builder title at classic-castle.com, it's quite an achievement. I just want to let you know that this is, of all the MOC you entered in the contest, my favorite of your entry. I really dig all the details and we can clearly see your style of building through this creation. I'm wondering if your planning on building a big castle. Your so skilled that i'm sure it would be a masterpiece.
I see some walls, and some ceilings, WAIT nope just one ceiling. LOVE IT!! I hav a lego anvil and smelting fire and a chest full of "scrap metal" (pieces I dont use often or dont use at all) in a chest, as well as a bucket of water and a custom mallet. no walls though, im still working on that. Right now my blacksmith is hammering on an old wrench I broke trying to make something out of it. this totally blows mine out of the water, though. How does it look on the inside?
I like it
Aistis & Kristupas Sadauskas
December 9, 2010
it is awesome it looks like a real medieval forge you rock
Absolutely beautiful. Along with the terrific parts usage, textural work, and composition, I also love the scale of the building with the figs. I wish MOCpages had a fav button like Flickr...I'd be clicking on it right about now!