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Island Tower details and interiors
Details and interiors of my Island Tower MOC.
About this creation
This is a collection of close-up images of my Island Tower MOC.
These photos highlight flora, fauna, and architectural details as well as interiors.



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   A lonely starfish sits on the shore between the two halves of the island.



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   A red snake hides in the rocks.



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   This blue flower is very rare. I wonder if the inhabitants know it's there?



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   Look for a rat at the base of the tree.



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   Two frogs are perched amongst the flowers. A dark gray rat is barely visible behind the bush on the left. I couldn't get a good photo, but the rat has a key that it stole from the house.



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   Bats like to hang from these supports.



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   Two parrots live in this one-tree jungle.



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   Another rat peers out of the sub-basement.



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   The back door leads to a toilet under the stairs.



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   A bird perches behind the tower. There's a black stovepip connected to a stove inside.



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   This spider is only visible through a hole in the rock.



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   A skeleton's foot pokes out of a crevice.



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   This tiny dock was added after I took the other set of photos of the island.



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   Notice the decoration above the front door.



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   Another view of the skeleton in the crevice.



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   This view is only possible when the two halves of the island are pulled apart.



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   The base of the tower.



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   A grandfather clock sits in the corner.



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   Woodwork below the second-floor balcony.



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   The second floor has a tiny kitchen.



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   Narrow shelves in the wall hold jars and bottles.



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   This door also goes to the toilet under the stairs. The black railings surround a hole that would normally lead to the basement stairs.



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   The balcony can be pulled out.



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   There's not much space on the second floor.



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   These stairs lead to the third floor.



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   This section of the building wraps around the tower. The 2nd floor here connects to the kitchen area.



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   The front hall is lower than the base of the tower.



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   The roof of the front hall holds a tiny garden.



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   This would be the view from the desk three photos up.



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   I put the gray tile on there because these doors swing loosely (it could be the hinges' fault).



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   The third and fourth floors can be separated.



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   I haven't furnished the third floor balcony yet because the bedroom I had planned won't really fit.



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   The fourth floor is used for storage at the moment, but I might convert it to a library or observatory.



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   I really like how the roof fits together.



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   This part also splits apart.



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   It's hard to see them all, but four animals live in the rafters: two spiders, an owl, and a bat.



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   The basement holds a deep well that descends almost to the base of the island.



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   With the basement floor removed, you can see a man trapped in the well. Maybe this is his tower? I haven't decided.



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   Stairs lead down to the sub-basement and the gate in the cliff-face.



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   There's more to the basement than what can be seen in the previous photos. This shrine is normally next to the top of the stairs to the sub-basement, but it can be pulled out.



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   A large shelf of potions is tucked away in another corner of the basement.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 17, 2006
Awesome remake of your old model.
 
By Chris Edwards
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