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LOM MBC: Answers (Part 1)
My first MBC!
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LOM: Answers part 1 (Main)

Reghof strolled through the busy streets, taking in the noise of the crowded marketplace. It was a great change from the crashing waves and occasional shouts of orders from his time on The Dragon. One of these days, he figured, he'd take a long break from all this. He was aging faster than he'd like to, and he was exhausted. It seemed as though his life was non-stop action. Sure, he might be helping Mythron, but sometimes Reghof wished he could forget about the country and worry about his own problems.

When would Filberth return?, Reghof wondered. The man had been gone for hours. Their reunion that morning was an occasion of sorrow - Filberth spent the morning telling Reghof of Darden's death and Inigo's capture. Filberth had then left, telling Reghof he had something to look into. Reghof had spent the rest of the day wandering the streets, waiting for Filberth's return.

LOM: Answers part 1 (2)



As he turned the corner, Reghof saw Filberth beckoning him into a shop. Reghof stepped in to see Filberth and an irritated-looking shop owner.

Why did he want me to come in here? Reghof wondered as Filberth began to speak.

To be continued....


MBC Info

Stefan's shop is best known for its weapon sales. Officially, Stefan sells only to members of the Mythronian army, often to equip them for raids on outlaw camps. However, he has also been known to secretly sell dangerous weapons to anyone who pays the right price...


Part 2 (the interior and most of the story) will be posted in the form of a rank challenge, probably early next week, or whenever I'm done with my bio cup entry.

This was also my 9th entry to my MOC-off with Stephen, and my favorite.


LOM: Answers part 1 (3)

LOM: Answers part 1 (4)

I finally got to use a round wall technique that I developed many months ago...

Thanks for viewing!



Comments

Halhi 141
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Crown Knight
  August 22, 2014
So nicely done !
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  August 21, 2014
Quoting Kai Bernstein "Not your best" is a softer way of saying "not up to your usual standards", I guess. :P
Hm, I don't know - Gilbert gave it a 9 in my MOC-off and a 4 for the MBC
  August 21, 2014
"Not your best" is a softer way of saying "not up to your usual standards", I guess. :P
 I made it 
  August 18, 2014
Quoting Kai Bernstein Overall it's not your best, but I do like that arch-ish bit on the side and the way you incorporated your clip-tile round masonry technique.
I think it's impossible for any builds to be my best nowadays :P But yeah, I liked part 2 much better.
 I like it 
  August 18, 2014
Overall it's not your best, but I do like that arch-ish bit on the side and the way you incorporated your clip-tile round masonry technique.
Halhi 141
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Ethan J
  August 14, 2014
How did you use S.N.O.T. for the brown corner tiles? It's super cool. This is the kind of stuff i eventually want to make. Thanks for the inspiration!
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  August 14, 2014
Quoting Ethan J How did you use S.N.O.T. for the brown corner tiles? It's super cool. This is the kind of stuff i eventually want to make. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks! I used a bunch of these: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=87087 with two 1x1 plates in between, rotating them by 90 degrees from each other.
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  August 9, 2014
That 15th century Tardis in the front of the house looks quite awesome! :P
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  August 9, 2014
A really nice build, although I've got to say that I prefer your other (normal?) style of buildings much better. Oh, and that round wall technique? Amazing, although it doesn't fit in quite right with the rest of the stone wall, IMO. Anyways, really nice work overall, both on this build, and also all the builds you built for your MOC-off against Stephen.
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  August 8, 2014
Quoting Iosail Talaviir Love how you did the bay window, and the subtle-looking shifts of color to the white part of the shop. And the timber. And roof. The street is cool as well, both in style and activity. Good story, too.
Thanks! I really enjoyed playing around with subtle textural effects in this build, rather than the exaggerated textures (done for stylistic purposes) in my usual build. I think I like my usual stylistic approach better, but this was a nice experiment. Not much fun to build in comparison though, kinda tedious.
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  August 8, 2014
Love how you did the bay window, and the subtle-looking shifts of color to the white part of the shop. And the timber. And roof. The street is cool as well, both in style and activity. Good story, too.
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  August 8, 2014
Quoting Prof. B.
Quoting Halhi Oh, the hippy is a custom design, not a collectable minifigure. I've used her in a few builds (TT R3 and R5) in the past. Also there's the couple from Fear Rises...
Really? Huh. Man, I should start putting special 'figs in my creations...
Yeah, I do it to break up the monotony of building a bunch of repetitive figs whenever I need to fill a MOC with minifigures...
 I made it 
  August 8, 2014
Quoting g0gZzZz . Look so good
Thanks!
Quoting Dr. Monster Nice scene. Cool to see an old school minifig in there. Great building.
Thanks! Yeah, I have one old torso (and two old legs) and I like to use them occasionally :)
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Look so good
  August 8, 2014
Quoting Halhi Oh, the hippy is a custom design, not a collectable minifigure. I've used her in a few builds (TT R3 and R5) in the past. Also there's the couple from Fear Rises...
Really? Huh. Man, I should start putting special 'figs in my creations...
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Nice scene. Cool to see an old school minifig in there. Great building.
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  August 8, 2014
Quoting J D Awesome!
Thanks!
Quoting Zach Lucia Wonderful job! ~Zach
Thanks Zach!
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  August 8, 2014
Quoting Chris . Great building, a little different but still your regular house/building style. I like the cobblestone and the round wall is awesome. Can't wit for part 2!
Thanks! Yeah, I really wanted to change my usual design up a lot with this MOC. Part 2 should be coming soon, I just finished my bio-cup entry that I'll post today, so maybe I'll be able to finish part 2 by Monday if I build fast...
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  August 8, 2014
Quoting Mark McPeek Beautiful work!
Thanks!
Quoting David . Looks a Bit 18th Century London To me, but it's still a good build. The round wall technique is quite nice.
Hm. It was modeled off medieval shops in towns, which look more modern than village buildings (which is what most people's medieval MOCs look like. Thanks.
 I made it 
  August 8, 2014
Quoting Prof. B. Yeah, and I noticed two other characters here. That minifigure series dude on the left and a Despathens. (saw him before Gilbert's comment)
Oh, the hippy is a custom design, not a collectable minifigure. I've used her in a few builds (TT R3 and R5) in the past. Also there's the couple from Fear Rises...
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Awesome!
  August 8, 2014
Quoting Halhi Thanks! Yeah, I try to sneak in that classic fig every now and then...
Yeah, and I noticed two other characters here. That minifigure series dude on the left and a Despathens. (saw him before Gilbert's comment)
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Fantastic! That window is awesome. Good luck in your MOCoff!
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  August 8, 2014
Wonderful job! ~Zach
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Great building, a little different but still your regular house/building style. I like the cobblestone and the round wall is awesome. Can't wit for part 2!
 I like it 
  August 8, 2014
Looks a Bit 18th Century London To me, but it's still a good build. The round wall technique is quite nice.
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Beautiful work!
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Nathan Pownell Nice work, Hahli! I love how it doesn't look brand new, but yet not totally dilapidated... The roof is really nice, and I like that weird cowboy dude. ;)
Thanks! Yeah, I try to sneak in that classic fig every now and then...
Quoting Gilbert Despathens Last time you used him he was obviously not my sig-fig. Turning him backward is cheating!
Hey, it's the best I can do - I don't own the right face or torso.
  August 7, 2014
Quoting Halhi 141 Well, he went unnoticed (by you at least :P) last time I used him in a build :P
Last time you used him he was obviously not my sig-fig. Turning him backward is cheating!
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Nice work, Hahli! I love how it doesn't look brand new, but yet not totally dilapidated... The roof is really nice, and I like that weird cowboy dude. ;)
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Graham Gidman Great build!
Thanks!
Quoting Gilbert Despathens P.S. - don't think that stylish wanderer with the pith hat went unnoticed... or affected the score in any way.
Well, he went unnoticed (by you at least :P) last time I used him in a build :P
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens That door is ter ri ble, but I love the rest of the MOC. The arch and the way you fit that round booth-like section into the wall are my favorites. This MBC deserves 4 points without a doubt.
Thanks! I need a better selection of dark tan pieces - headlight bricks, round bricks...
  August 7, 2014
That door is ter ri ble, but I love the rest of the MOC. The arch and the way you fit that round booth-like section into the wall are my favorites. This MBC deserves 4 points without a doubt. P.S. - don't think that stylish wanderer with the pith hat went unnoticed... or affected the score in any way.
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Great build!
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Kevin Moyer Fantastic work! I really like the stonework on the bottom of the building.
Thanks! I wanted to try out a much less dilapidated stonework design than usual...
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Benaiah Newhall Nice job!
Thanks!
Quoting Prof. B. Gotta try that floor technique sometime. As to the build... excellent job! Lovely details.
Thanks! I never really liked the technique in the past, thought it was too simple or something, but it's a lot more complicated than it looks, it's really hard to get all of the pieces shaped right so that the gaps aren't too big...
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Fantastic work! I really like the stonework on the bottom of the building.
 I made it 
  August 7, 2014
Quoting Noel P I like it.~Noel
Thanks!
Quoting Sean-Thomas Mahoney Fantastic work
Thanks Sean!
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  August 7, 2014
Quoting Grant Davis What did you use to get the little tiles underneath the little window the be at those angles? Also. I can see the grey all right behind the cage ;) Nice one!
1x1 plate with clip. It's really fragile. Thanks!
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
What did you use to get the little tiles underneath the little window the be at those angles? Also. I can see the grey all right behind the cage ;) Nice one!
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Gotta try that floor technique sometime. As to the build... excellent job! Lovely details.
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Nice job!
  August 7, 2014
@Neol P Its a Military Builders Challenge
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  August 7, 2014
I like it. What's an MBC? ~Noel
 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Fantastic work
 
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