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NLO R3- Joseph Olson vs. Jacob Syrups- The Return to Narnia
Aslan Bracket.
About this creation
Contest: The Narnia Lego Olympics.
Round: 3.
Bracket: Aslan.
Category: Cair Paravel (ruins).
Opponent: The esteemed Jacob Syrups. His beautiful entry.

NLO R3 002

Edmund, with his golden Chess-piece. The name of this build is actually the origional name for Lewis's book “Prince Caspian”, just like “Narnia and the North” was the origional name of “The Horse and His Boy.”

NLO R3 003

The build, figless and foliage-less. I tried out some coloring that I had desperately wanted to try out in the last round, but didn't end up doing. The round tower design is a variation of the Luke Watkins round tower design, and the same design as what my opponent used, I believe. To see how I did the diagonal tile technique, please look at the comments on Halhi's (link on my homepage) TTR3 build.

Soli Deo Gloria & Sola Gracia!



Comments

 I like it 
  June 20, 2015
Well done, Joseph! Congrats on getting to the next round! You know my thoughts on this already. Good luck, and keep it up!
  June 17, 2015
Some nice work here! Your stonework is really well done, both on the walls and the path. Your texturing for the terrain is also great, that border is really nice! The only issue I see with the build is there are too many colors, or maybe just the two greens. You showed some nice techniques in this build though, great work and congrats on moving on!
 I made it 
  June 16, 2015
Quoting Jacob Syrups Well, looks like you won. Thanks for the challenge and good luck in round 4. You deserve it.
Well fought, Master Syrups! You made an excellent showing of yourself, and I am honored to have competed with you. :) I shall look forward to seeing how you do next year. Your build had me very worried, BTW. ;)
  June 16, 2015
Well, looks like you won. Thanks for the challenge and good luck in round 4. You deserve it.
 I like it 
  June 16, 2015
Unforturnately, your opponent does not have my vote. :P You don't need my vote anyway, but you can have it. Excellent work by the way!!
 I like it 
  June 16, 2015
Both of you really wowed me here! Jacob, I love how you included the treasure chamber; that curved wall by the staircase is awesome! Joseph, another great landscape from you! Bravo. In the end Joseph get's my vote with his impressive landscaping; good luck in R4!
  June 15, 2015
This is pretty difficult to decide between. However, only one entry can win. While both MOC's are excellent, I am giving my vote to Joseph. Your landscaping and ruins were created well and flowed quite nicely together (I really like that one tilted pillar/arch).
 I like it 
  June 15, 2015
I agree with Mr cab, but,I stil think it is awsome landscaping, superb,just superb,and the best of look! Also, Mr. Cab, both me and legopredator have made and posted our moc-off entries,for our pirate moc off, so could you have a look, and whichever one you like the best, post a comment on saying, "the tow points from me go to you!" Or something like that,thought it has to be two points,or 1point to each. Anyhow, as I said, that is brillaint, Joseph, best of luck, I have seen the films,but have still to start in the books, I need a new thing to read now I've finished Harry Potter.... So, 5/5, thumbs up, Joseph! :)
 I like it 
  June 15, 2015
Wow. Expert Landscaping. I love the path. The tilt on the pillars seems like a bit too much, though... If they were real, they probably would have fallen over by now. :P Still, great Moc!
 I made it 
  June 15, 2015
Quoting Noel Peterson Your link to Gilbert's page in your bio doesn't work.
Fixed! ;) Thanks for alerting me!
  June 15, 2015
Your link to Gilbert's page in your bio doesn't work.
 I like it 
  June 15, 2015
Stellar work Joseph! I really like that terrain!
 I like it 
  June 14, 2015
I think the colours work well. Nice job. --Blast--
  June 14, 2015
Quite possibly too many colours on the ground, but it is a good MOC texture-wise. I also enjoy your pillars.
 I like it 
  June 14, 2015
Wonderful! Colors are used in a way to made very pleasant look, not too dark but 'in shadow'.
 I like it 
  June 13, 2015
Amazing job, Joseph! The road, trees and leaning pillars are epic!
 I like it 
  June 13, 2015
That landscaping is amazing, I really like all the colours you used in the ground. Well done! :)
 I like it 
  June 13, 2015
nice build
 I like it 
  June 13, 2015
Great work here, Joseph! Love those landscaping colors. The orange does look a little out of place as others have said, but I like the unique look it gives the build. A few more things . . . the path should blend more with the landscape as it's too abrupt, and while I like those curved wall ruins, the other ones are kinda strange with those square tiles. :P Other than that, love it, and hope you do well in NLO!
 I like it 
  June 13, 2015
Amazing job, Joseph! This is going to be a close round. :P
 
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