While traveling the “Via Tasher” that spans the Kingdom of Leon, travelers pass through many bustling towns and villages. One of the most beautiful and wealthy is His Majesty’s town of Lev; a market town built on a major crossroad, drawing in traffic and trade from all across the Kingdom.
Even the most noble and fierce heroes have to shop for provisions. Asparuh the warrior and his party of companions have stopped in Lev to resupply and rest as they pursue the minions of Count Vlad the Vampire.
Inns, food, entertainment and supplies are a plenty in Lev if the price is right.
Asparuh the warrior and Vanek the dwarf. Whoever said that a good adventure is limited to fighting dragons, killing orcs and saving damsels?
The tax collector Regent always blushed when he saw the nice ladies from the "Gentle Maiden" tavern...
Jim the Butcher and Son. Ah the dynamics of the family business.
Guards in front of the taxation bureau
Some of Omurtag's best smiths come to the surface to make a little coin; humans are suckers when they hear "Dwarven-made"
There was just something abouth the way the fish lady gutted the fish that made Eric the baker feel all warm and fuzzy inside...
The Minotaur's Head Tavern; a less-than-reputable place for less-than-reputable business.
Quoting Kalim Heyro
Absolutely fantastic creation ! Love all the technics & details. The buildings are so great, the wall's texture is very nice & realistic. How many pieces are used in this scene ?
Hello, I'm glad you like it! :) To be perfectly honest I have no idea how many parts are incorporated here, my guess is between 1000 to 2000 but I may be grossly underestimating. Its's not that big of a base and the houses are mostly facades so that saves on part count. Cheers!
Favorite parts are the 'corner' building (with the wanted poster and stone..nice design!), the catwalk, and the market area ground. I like the mix of tiles and plates.
Don't really love the 'road'...it's not bad, it just seems a bit too smooth and perfect.
Overall though I love it! Great brightness to it, good cleaness and sense of fantasy. Cool!
That is very good! Very nice and detailed! I really like he way you did the walls!
I like it
July 2, 2011
Yes! Wow, a feast for the eyes! I love the way you break up the 90 degree grid on both the tiles in the street and the window on the tavern. It makes a huge impact on the resolution of the over all image. And that stone wall technique on the bottom of the jail? I'm going to copy the heck out of it. This whole thing sets the standard for detail (in any theme). Well done. Attack!
I like it
July 2, 2011
An incredible Tudor outfit.....I think I might try something along these lines just with black for the beams and any other colour for the walls....amazingly detailed.... truly lovely.....well done.....
Wonderful and innovative construction. I love the shields on the doorway keystones, the "textured" feel of the facades, and the whimsical stories.
Very well done sir. I will have to borrow some of your techniques.
This is really well done. I don't think that here is one thing about this that isn't cool. The techniques used are really nice. I wish I had enough cheeseslopes to make roofs like that. Continue on your medieval creations. I enjoy them all.