Hello, good people of the internet. I have a brand new moc for all of you see. :D This little moc is a fantasy Winter scene that I made because the Winter season is rapidly approaching. Enjoy. :-)
About this creation
Background story: The Lion Knights of Larendeal fight for truth and justice. (cliché, I know)
Their kingdom symbol is a lion, which stands for pride and glory. The Lion Knights, a group of elite warriors who serve the king,
travel though the different lands, slaying evil-doers and fighting for justice. In this scene Prince Andry marches with a small group
of soldiers in search of a long-abandoned castle, which they believe holds an ancient relic.
Closeup of Andry: Pretty self-explanatory.
Figless moc: Wow, a figless picture already? Yes, I know, but there were not any more good fig-filled photos. I really like how the snow and the brick road turned out, I hope you like it too. :D
The sword-bearers: From right to left there is, a random swordsmen, Prince Andry, and his best friend and fellow knight, Sir Fredrick.
The soldiers: Just three soldiers. The reason one has a sword is that I couldn't find another spear. :P
And…the crossbowmen: These guys where really hard to make, especially the one on the right because I had to search for his helmet
and crossbow. ;-)
And that is all I have for you today, viewer of this moc.
I hope you enjoyed looking at it as much as I enjoyed making it. Goodbye!!
Quoting Werewolff .
Very nice! The road is probably my favorite part.
Quoting Brick Wizard
Cool! Nice texture! :D
Thank you, gad you like it. :-)
Quoting LegoPredator !
Nice moc, I like how the snow turned out, also nice texture of the road.
Thank you a lot, I am glad you like the snow. :D
Quoting Cameron Wilson
I like the road but It looks like coloums. I think that you need to overlap the coloums more to avoid a line running straight down it. Other than that great job! I like the figs! =)
Thanks, Cameron. I didn’t notice the coloums before, I kind of built the last part of the road rushed
so that might be why it turned out like that. Any way, thanks. :)
Quoting Gilbert Despathens
The wedges and slopes you used for the snow have a very nice overlapping effect on the SNOT road. It looks like it was fun to build.
Thank you, Gilbert. And yes it was fun to build. :D