My entry to round two of the Lego Castle Building Techniques Contest (2017). I researched "castle kitchens" and I read somewhere that medieval kitchens were not a part of the mess hall (the main eating area) to avoid fires, so I decided to make a house looking kitchen. Overall, I am very pleased with the way this build turned out, even though I rushed to get it done today. The reason I rushed was because I will have no time this week to build any MOCs because of school and sports. In this build I tried to experiment with different angles for the walls. I'm glad I got this MOC finished before the due date! Best of luck to my opponent gid617 (Kai NRG)!
My vote goes to gid617. While both builds employed good technique, Brick Wizard's seems a bit plain, and doesn't have anything to indicate it's a castle kitchen. Good luck in Round 3, gid617, and I hope to see you next year, Brick Wizard!
I really like all the details like the angled corners, the door, and the historical accuracy in this build! However, I think it may have helped if you had included some more of a kitchen interior. Overall, this is a really nice entry but my vote goes to your opponent because she really captured the feel of a kitchen.
A very strong entry! I appreciate the research you put into making the build historically accurate, and the stonework on the corners of the house is done quite well. However, your opponent went beyond the essentials and basically managed to include everything you could possibly need in a kitchen. With the amount of detail your opponent put into their build, I think they've just edged you out. My vote goes to gid617.