I wanted to try something different and use more basic bricks for this building. I was inspired by a picture of a Warhammer building I found and it had a colorscheme that appealed to me so I thought I would give it a go. I also wanted something that can be viewed from every angle, as a lot of builders (myself included) tend to only build the part that they wish to photograph, leaving a bare emptyness behind a nice detailed front. This was quite a refreshing change, no walls full of stacked round plates (apart from a view at the base ) and it was quite simple, apart from the roof. I want to try and get away from using roof bricks and now focus on building my own. Unfortunatly I misjudged where the hall on the side connects to the tower. The tower was supposed to join to the hall in the middle of the hall's roof, but ended up being 3 studs short. This made it difficult when making the roof of the hall as I had to build the roof in a way that it would slope down to the tower with only a space of 3 studs. However, the roof kind of just worked out perfectly, so im happy with it!
Leodasham Manor is situated in Circardia, the middle realm. It is home to one of Historica's most famous Knights, Lord Lanval. His skill with a sword is famed through out Historica, so we Avalonian's could not resist recruiting him for our mighty army. Along with his young son, who is also a promising prospect, he will now train with the Dragon Flight and eventually join their ranks.
Avalonia is always scouting for the best warriors, best to snap them up before the other lands do!
Magnificant! Heroic! Epic! No real (medieval) building would look better. I love the crosses in the walls, and the balconies. The red roof interacts very well with the white walls and light-grey stones.
Some great stone and roof work!
Well done!But since your such an expert at building castle, would you please give me some help on this?
I'm quite new to building Castle and I appreciate all feedback and C&C
The skull windows near the rear entrance and the triangular frieze(?) near the roof are great touches. The completeness of the model is major plus, and I can see the story playing out as well. This Model would likely be a winner at any fan convention, so get it to a con if you can!
Another beautiful MOC, well done! Beautiful wall texturing as always, and the roof is also much better to look at than regular roof pieces. I particularly like the chimney, it really looks like it needs that chain to hold it in place!
Very, very beautiful! Colourscheme is indeed perfect, and the two browns work very well together. I can´t see clearly where you want to go with your new roof-tecnique, but it certainly doesnt look bad! ;-)