A link to the contest.
My category is: Fantasy world:
Build a realm full of fantasy creatures, buildings, and landmarks. There are no size restrictions. Try to use whimsical architecture and unnatural colors to create an unusual atmosphere.
Here's a story to go along: Life for as a dragon is tough for me sometimes. It's so hard to get a hold of my temper. Someone might say something that isn't even meant to be mean, yet I lash out with my harsh breath. One day, I even did this to my best friend. he invited me to his house for dinner. I rather enjoyed myself, so much so that I burped with satisfaction. Much to my dismay, my fire was unleashed: causing my good friend's house to burst into flames. It was a small fire, and we put it out quickly, yet I was still felt so horribly guilty.
Hi guys, and the occasional girl: this is my latest creation created for and inspired by the Lego Castle Building Technique Contest. I originally had planned to make the whole building stone, but I ran out of pieces quickly, so I changed my plans. I like how it turned out, the roofs on both sections were tough, but I definitely did better than I have before with roofs. By mere chance, my base was also horizontal rocks, the same as Geology Joe, I wanted to try them out. The chimney was a last, much-needed, touch. All in all, I'm am extremely pleased with this build. I'd like to know what you think it is lacking and how to make it better. Positive comments are appreciated too ;).
A delightfully rambling medieval build Soccer Socks! The thatched roof definitely stood out to me the most, really nice use of basic bricks to accomplish a great effect. The well-varied stonework is pretty amazing, I have no idea how you got that rigged up. And finally (almost), the SNOT built rocky ground fits in perfectly with the rest of the build. Funny thing I noticed was that the 1x4 white plates and arched openings on the right side of the build mimic a face pretty nicely ;) God bless and keep on brickin', you're incredible :) ~Promar~
Very nice build! Love the messy stone first floor and also SNOT base. I also like the plaster (or whatever these buildings are made of), neat coloring to make it look worn. And finally, great idea with the bits of dragon poking out!