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Team: Legion Of Virile Energetic Moccers Unified For Frivolous Ingenious Naughtiness.
Category: Castle


Inspiration from the design of the Lord of the Rings Isengard tower.
Evil Tower


Evil Tower

Per requested by Lee Jones, here is a picture straight from the camera (same pic as the one above). No cleaned up background, increased resolution, sharpening of details, etc.






-Dylan



Comments

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  April 5, 2011
It looks very evil but I think it would work better with more black.
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  November 7, 2010
You did some photoshop editing to the picture.....-_-''
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  July 5, 2010
nice technique for the curved spires and stuff
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  March 6, 2010
And evil looking it is! I love the walls spikes and the rocks on the ground, great build :D
Dylan B
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That LDD Guy
  March 4, 2010
That is incredible!
Dylan B
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That LDD Guy
  March 4, 2010
That is incredible!
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  March 4, 2010
Fantastic pictures before the editing. Great and imaginative work. 4 points. (thank you Lee for asking for this)
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  March 4, 2010
Wow that came out pretty nice
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  March 4, 2010
The best pic is the unedited one. Nice technique, but a few inconsistencies (like the water level higher than the shore) and the low level of detail (for how stylish) make this a good 3.
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  March 4, 2010
It's definately better without any editing; otherwise, it lacks detail. The only time I'd edit out a crack is if it let light shine through.
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  March 4, 2010
That is indeed a good technique. I didn't notice any major photoshopping before, but now seeing the undoctored photo I can't help but wish you kept it raw. Those cracks add a lot of character.
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  March 4, 2010
Awesome, looks nice, those spire things really give it a foreboding effect. Also, I have always wanted too know how to get the pictures so big? I would use it for the last photo. ~Waff
  March 4, 2010
I'm all for editing out the background or adding a special effect here and there if it is done well, but hamhanded photoediting simply to obscure a good technique? No. All you've done is desecrate an otherwise decent MOC. It looks like it belongs in a burn ward.
  March 4, 2010
Nicely done. Although I agree, filling in the gaps didn't work out so well.
 I like it 
  March 4, 2010
You were certainly better off not editing the pics to such extreme - your efforts resulted in a less than pleasing viewing experience. The original picture, sans folding chair and paving stones, is much nicer. The 'ribbed' effect you obtained on the spires with the partial connections is quite nice, and adds a level of needed detail to the moc. Four (4) points. Lee.
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  March 4, 2010
realy cool looks like the Overlord castle! Check my stuff out will ya
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  March 4, 2010
Very nice Dylan, definitely has the look of Isengard about it (My first thought on seeing the thumbnail was two towers). Love how all the ramparts and details step out away from the main body rather than straight up or in. Thanks for the heads-up about those WIP photos too, i'll drop you an e-mail from home (currently at work) and look forward to seeing them!
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  March 4, 2010
Nice shape but I prefer the non-shopped pic. Good luck with the judges. see ya. garth
  March 4, 2010
OK, something really appears wrong with this moc. The bricks don't look right. I think you might of gotten a little too heavy handed with the photo-editing, and I will have to come back and look at this in the morning. If you have any better pics, then now might be a good time to post them. Lee.
Dylan B
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Blake Buehl
  March 3, 2010
Instant classic. I just started the Fellowship yesterday.
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  March 3, 2010
Quoting Chas Irish It looks really cool, but I can easily tell that you tried to blend the spaces in the curves together. Also, next time try to keep straight edges on the bottom, the white bleeds into the blue base. The MOC looks amazing though, great effect!
The technique is used by placing the bricks together, but not all the way, which makes way for the curves. Generally one of the ways I clean up the MOC's is using the touch-up brush in order to clear the lines made up by the bricks, so you were right about that part. Thanks for the comment.
 I like it 
  March 3, 2010
It looks really cool, but I can easily tell that you tried to blend the spaces in the curves together. Also, next time try to keep straight edges on the bottom, the white bleeds into the blue base. The MOC looks amazing though, great effect!
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  March 3, 2010
Hey, if it looks remotely like anything from LOTR I'm all over it. Awesome job, Dylan!
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  March 3, 2010
Looks real good man. Definitely LOTR. -Sam
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  March 3, 2010
My first thought when I looked at it was LOTR! Nice work Dylan! Way to throw it down! ~ Chris.
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  March 3, 2010
nice, i love those pillars or what ever you call them. GREAT JOB!!! ~legoboy
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  March 3, 2010
Very cool, and interesting! I am not sure what you would call the pillar- things on the sides, but I really like them- they give a cool effect of motion. Nice shape and design. Nice photography. Keep building! -Anthony Dunne
 
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