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Hey all!

After some super helpful criticism on my last castle build, I wanted to try it again and see if I could do better. Hence this build ;) I'm also still stoked about my new lavender and sand green bricks and wanted another excuse to use them. Probably my most random landscaping job to date, but I think that it turned out OK. I'll leave that up to you...









Don't ask me what he's doing in here...







My delightful eclecticism :D



Well, what do y'all think?

God bless,
~Promar~



Comments

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  August 31, 2016
Quite nice! I really like the purple colour (my favourite colour!) mixed in with the greens. And nice rock/stone/wall work as always. Not sure if I like the mixing of yellow and skin colour minifigs. :P Overall nice build.
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  August 30, 2016
That stonework is really nice!
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  August 26, 2016
Looks great! I like the lavender in the landscape (I've done it myself in the past), but I think that you may have used too many colors in the landscape overall. I would take out the lime green and tan at least, possibly the dark tan too. Usually, I use three colors in my landscapes, with one main color and one to two accent colors. Also, I recommend using a few 1x1 round plates in brown and grays as stones or bits of dirt to add a bit of texture and realism. ;) I love the castle wall and the way you used sideways tiles to give the door texture.
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  August 26, 2016
Nice build! Cool castle too :) I'm not so sure about the lavender pieces though
  August 26, 2016
Epical as always my friend!
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  August 25, 2016
I think the lavender fits pretty well with the sand green! Nice work on the castle as well :D
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  August 24, 2016
Very cool! I like the wall :)
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  August 24, 2016
I really like the build, and I'm torn on the colors, only because you didn't really specify if it was meant to be fantasy or more realistic. I think if you wanted to go the fantasy route which is totally reasonable, then the bright and wild color scheme is great! If you wanted a more realistic landscape then I suppose you could tone it down. Either way, great stonework and I really like the door style too!
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  August 24, 2016
I'm not sure about the lavender but the tree looks good! As does the castle! =)
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  August 24, 2016
Like other people have said, the colors are a bit chaotic. Where the bricks themselves are placed, though, is good. The tree and castle also look really good.
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  August 24, 2016
Lovely wall texturing! Great work!
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  August 24, 2016
Nice job! I like the texturing on the wall!
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  August 24, 2016
Nice work! As mentioned in previous comments, the color scheme is a bit too chaotic. Lavender, lime, and medium green aren't the best combo. Other than that, the landscaping and stonework techniques are well done.
  August 24, 2016
Not bad. Definitely never use that colour combination for landscaping again though. There's way too many bright colours. Nice job though. Oh and btw, I also recommend never using 2x2 jumper plates, they're not a good-looking piece.
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  August 24, 2016
Lime green is a dangerous colour to work with, too quickly it looks out of place. Dark green has similar issues, to a lesser extent.
 
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