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St Govans Church
This will be one of the churchs on my coastline. It has no interior because i have fitted it with lights inside so it can be lit up on the cliff top at night. I will post some pics of it lit up when i have finished the cliff.
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Luke Watkins
karsten Rees
  February 6, 2012
I SWEAR, you're the biggest show-off-without-trying-person on th' pages.. It really makes me wonder, are you a AFOL, or a TFOL? (CFOL maybe??)
Luke Watkins
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White Knight
  January 26, 2012
beautifully finished !>....well done
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  January 26, 2012
Wish I had your talent!
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  October 20, 2010
WOW!
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  May 30, 2010
I love old church architecture and you captured the look and feel perfectly. Amazing work.
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  February 4, 2010
Stunnnig detail. I love the use of the tiny round plates instead of bricks. Very cool.
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  December 28, 2009
great church dude! like it a lot!
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  October 22, 2009
WOW ... that is truely amazing ! ... i LUV the way you made the walls ... it makes the church look like it's really build with stacked cobblestones ... 10/10 !
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  October 21, 2009
Quite amazing, using all those pips to build your church!
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  October 19, 2009
Wow! I have never seen anything like it. Exactely how many rounds do you have? You have to be the greatest round builder of all time.
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  October 18, 2009
Great Job Luke!!! The detail with all of the round bricks is amazing!!!
Luke Watkins
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Tristan Amaya
  October 17, 2009
Awesome great detail! Cant wait to see the final thing.
Luke Watkins
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Brad Jasko
  October 17, 2009
Awesome. The exterior looks great.I love the way you made the walls.
Luke Watkins
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Mark Legorski
  October 17, 2009
Amazing!
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  October 17, 2009
Very stunning to say the least, great job. I'd like to see some more close up shots of the piece, to appreciate the detail work you've put into it. Great work. -Dylan
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  October 17, 2009
amazing. super outstanding attention to detail. i just have one question: why do you have a folder for every one of your creations? not that it matters..your creations are still super cool. and this has got to be one of my favorite
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  October 17, 2009
" And I am 25 mr Blake" You would be! This is outstanding for a 25 yr old none the less someone my age!
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  October 17, 2009
Thanks for the comments, i decided to use coloured rounds for the windows because the whole moc is basicly built out of rounds, so i thought i'd stick with them. Although i am tempted to change them. It is very strong and sturdy due to the fact that the round 1x1's are merely a 'shell', there is a layer of grey wall behind them which help strengthen and also stop the see-though gaps that you get when you place rounds together. And im 25 mr blake!
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  October 17, 2009
Brilliant! All the detail in the walls made it look much bigger than it is! It's stunning you managed to cram it all into minifig scale! The wall structure with all the 1x1's looks a little flimsy though. How well does it hold up?
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  October 17, 2009
I love it! I like the different colors of grey.
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  October 17, 2009
Gorgeous! The contrast between the two colors of gray throughout the building is amazing.
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  October 17, 2009
I am floored. How old are you?
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  October 17, 2009
Amazingly detailed, I noticed you used transparant studs for the glass windows, I prefer the use of transp. 1x1 plates but perhaps you didn't have enough of those (in the right colors) Great job anyway
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  October 17, 2009
wow. amazing! how long did it take you to build?
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  October 17, 2009
I wanted to try out the same technique i used on the house in redcoat rum runners. I wanted to see how it would look building something bigger out of 1x1 round plates. Its not the finished product yet, we'll see how it looks when its on the cliff surrounded by trees and other stuff. Thanks for the comments and concerns.
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  October 17, 2009
Very good but well... overdetailed -i really like it and it looks very cool but little... well like it would be built out of junkmetal instead of stone- sorry but i must say that i waited little bit better from you but this is very good moc still so keep moccing- only 4 this time but i think many give 5 to this but i don't sorry...
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  October 17, 2009
This is great, I love all the detail. Keep up the good work.
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  October 17, 2009
This is pure genious!!!
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  October 17, 2009
This is fantastic!
 
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