Welcome! This is my entry for the Wizard's Workshop category for LCBTC! By Roanoke Handybuck! :D
About this creation
This build is my entry for the LCTBC(Lego Castle Building Techniques Contest). I decided to build "out of my comfort zone" and I built this for the Wizard's Workshop category... I used loads of new techniques from various great builders, such as Legonardo's tower, Full Plate's Mixel Hinge Trees, Halhi 141's rockwork, and Graham Gidman's cottage/shed technique, also the fence tehcnique (who I am not sure who the inventor is)... :D
Anyways, this was a ton of fun to build, it is on a 68x60 or so irregular base, which I quite like... :D
On to more pictures:
And of course, some WIP pictures, which quite a few people helped and guided me immensely! Enjoy:
I hope you enjoyed, cause I had a ton of fun building it, other than the couple of times that things would break, surprisingly enough, of all things, the tower is one of the only things that didn't break!!!! :D
Wow, really impressive build Roanoke! The tower is by far my favorite part, with excellent stonework, tudor section, and roof. The Graham Gidman-style cottage technique worked out pretty well, and the landscaping is quite good! The angled rockwork could use a little bit of refinement, but isn't at all bad. Also, the trees might look a little better if you put the leaves closer together. Overall, this is an amazing entry! Thanks for participating in the contest!
Wow, I am truly amazed! The level of detail that you've added into each area is awesome! All the techniques you've included is also very cool, I especially like the tower, such coolness! Good luck in contest!
Wow this is fantastic, the landscaping and shed are amazing and the tower is incredible. Although a few smaller bricks to fill in the holes in the rockwork could have helped this moc is fantastic. The colours are my favourite part :D
Very cool man!!! You have become quite a talented builder! Excellent work... i might suggest a sligtly different layout, something about it doesnt seem right... try threes... three is a very artistic number... maybe a clump of three trees instead of one, or idk...