My entry for the final round of the Tourney against my teammate, Isaac!
About this creation
Shakespeare’s “Henry V” is an exhilarating tale dealing primarily with how the English king, Henry V, defeated the French at the Battle of Agincourt during the Hundred Years’ War. For this final round, you are tasked to re-create a section of the play. Will it be the English longbows wreaking havoc on the French, the siege of Harfleur, or even Henry wooing the French princess, Catherine? A literal adaption or a LoM-atised version are both acceptable. Good luck!
Reference link (if needed): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_V_(play)
Lovely work Inferno, I really enjoy your style of building, it is instantly recognizable as your style, with the awesome dark bley patches amidst the light bley. The angles are were lovely and that tudor section was fantastic! Both of you both displayed excellent entries this year of Tourney, I congratulate you both. However, I can only choose one build as the winner. As of such, Isaac gets my vote. His high level of detail and interiors were what gained my vote. Well played sir, thank for you playing in this years Tourney!
Wow, two incredible entries! Fantastic work here, Infy, especially on the wall textures and subtle details. While your opponents entry has a superb layout and many great details, your texturing and choice of scene get my vote. Good luck with the remaining judge!
Dang. Impressive stonework (as always)! Love the textures and bits of sand green in the stonework. The gaps really get me, though. And, as Disco said, your entry seems very similar to your previous entries. Good luck with the rest of the judges!
Your creation is really fantastic. I liked that stonework already in the last build, but that is also my first nitpick. Your build is too similar to the build before. The other point is that you obviously just build a facade. In contests this is understandable, but yours is so thin that we can see the background.
This is still a fascinating build and you made awesome creations in the whole tourney, I just found some nitpicks this time, so that your opponent gets my vote.
Stellar job dude! It looks very nice! This is definitely one or your best! Great texturing and good luck!
I like it
March 23, 2015
Oh my gosh... Another amazing build from you Infy! I actually used the brown Joker hair for coffee spilling yesterday... Back to your build, excellent textures and great work with the 'figs! Good luck!
Another excellent entry from you. The stonework is as great as ever with you using the two shades of grey work that works so well. This was a tough decision for simply in terms of techniques I agree with Gilbert in saying that your build is superior. However for me it is also about things such as detail, creativity and colours which in this case I believe your opponent bested you on. For that reason Isaac wins my vote.
Infernum, what a fantastic entry! The stonework here is masterfully done. My favorite detail has to be the tops of the towers - they are quite ornate! I like the separation of the light grey and dark grey. It gives it a fantasy sort of feel. That gatehouse too is really well done, and the gate itself looks awesome. However, I feel that your opponent out-built you this time because of his amazing layout and the detail he was able to provide throughout the whole build. Your opponent gets my vote.
Wow, I love that gatehouse. And the portcullis is epic. ;D Ah, you've ended up in the same position as last year. Facing off at the last round. But will you be victorious? DUN DUN DUN!!! Forgive my drama. :P
The fact that the towers only have battlements on two sides kind of bothers me, but that doesn't detract at all from the beauty of this moc. Your stonework looks amazing and the architecture is really good.
After a long and hard-fought contest, I have made my decision for the final round. While both entries were impressive, I cast my vote for the one that I felt was superior with respect to techniques and level of detail: "Once More Unto the Breech..." by Infernum (or Infy, or Mythron-Bane, or Bane of Iny's Banes which are apparently few or whatever his name is right now). I congratulate Infy on keeping a clean composition while working in angles and a mix of both architectural ornamentation and rough texture. To both of you, thanks for competing and best of luck with my fellow judges!