A 16x16 scene I made, trying to use some architecture rather than over-textured stonework to make it look a little more well-kept.It was seeming a bit dull, so I added some scenery in the background. I don't think I've ever done a decorative border before. It's still not amazingly detailed, but I think it was a good addition. The cup at the corner is the cup of communion, or whatever it's officially called. My church calls it "The Cup". I don't know if the candles were a good idea or not, but somehow they feel out of place, maybe if I had made their stands black instead of gray. Oh yeah, this also is the first time I've used the tiling technique that used to be a fad, I just don't have enough tiles to make a big creation. Anyway I hope you like it, I'm fairly pleased with it as it is my first medieval build since last spring. I'm hoping to start building more regularly as I find more inspiration, as that was the main reason I hadn't started at the end of summer.
Nicely done Soccer Socks! Congrats on Explore page as well, that's gotta be a great feeling :) I really like the unique stonework, especially the SNOT built columns with the angled pieces used near the top. The simple base is effective and provides, well, a firm base for the creation. Otherwise, it'd fade into the background significantly more. Speaking of background, I love the window technique that you've used, it helps highlight and serves to flank the portal that leads to the vibrant world beyond. Nice. Well done and God bless, ~Promar~