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At the Sign of the Prancing Pony
My contribution to the Brickworld 2011 Lord of the Rings, Journey of the Fellowship collaborative layout.
About this creation
The township of Bree with the Inn of the Prancing Pony, as seen (and read) in Lord of the Rings, the Fellowship of the Ring.

I transported this little village in my pack from New Zealand all the way to Chicago. It went on 4 flights with a total of about 22 hours flight time, 8 cargo load and unloads and survived very well indeed. Fortunately the alligators that the shipping companies hire for cheap labour that munched up my friends' creations are not employed at the airports.






























































Not much to say really, it was a challenging build because I don't usually build complete structures! I had a real blast at Brickworld last week and met so many awesome people. I encourage you all to come.




Comments

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  September 26, 2012
Nice! The houses are amazing! But the hobbits should have different faces. Anyway great moc!
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  August 7, 2012
Very detailed, and just perfect ;)
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  August 7, 2012
Very detailed, and just perfect ;)
  June 27, 2012
I just played Lord of the Rings: The War In The North and this is so realistic, but I don't even remember the owl from the first movie.
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  May 30, 2012
Superb MOC. Very accurate to The Fellowship of The Ring book. Have you ever considered making a Weathertop MOC? Looks like you would be good at it.
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  January 15, 2012
Hello .It looks great.If you have time couldn*t you post your house in my group.IT would be pleasure for me. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/19521
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  January 5, 2012
Quoting TOWER City Hello.I would like to make a video about lego medival housers and wanted to use photos of medival houses.Can i?Pleace answer in this topic,
Absolutely. You are welcome to use my photos. Thank you for asking first.
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  January 5, 2012
Hello.I would like to make a video about lego medival housers and wanted to use photos of medival houses.Can i?Pleace answer in this topic,
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  November 1, 2011
This is amazing! The detail is magnificent and everything looks great! Congratulations on winning "Best small building" was it? Not sure if this is really "small," but I guess Brick Worlders have different definitions. Anyway, great job!
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  November 1, 2011
This is amazing! The detail is magnificent and everything looks great! Congratulations on winning "Best small buildin" was it? Not sure if this is really "small," but I guess Brick Worlders have different diffinitions. Anyway, great job!
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  October 30, 2011
Brilliant. Just Brilliant.
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  October 20, 2011
Looks straight out of the movies! I really like that archway. There are so many great details! I am hopefully going to be at brickworld 2012 and I can't wait to see the collaborative.
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  October 20, 2011
So much detail packed into such a small environment. Wonderfully done!
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  September 20, 2011
My only regret is to not have seen this sooner. Oh, and I'm a fan
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  September 16, 2011
I espatialy like integrity of the built trought entire creation. Colors are eye catching too as much as roof shapes.
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  August 22, 2011
Great work Leda! Sorry for my delay in commenting, I have been swamped since May. Love the whole look of this build, dead on to the films.
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  August 17, 2011
Do the buildings have interiors?
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  July 21, 2011
If you were in me medival building contest you would probably win
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  July 13, 2011
Amazing MOC! I like the detail you put into the cobblestone streets and the houses!
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  July 5, 2011
Unbelievable! Beautiful MOC!
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  June 28, 2011
This is, by far, my favorite of the LOTR scenes at BW. I wasn't there but I wish I was. Great job!
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  June 28, 2011
I stared at this model at BW often amazed. I took notes. Many notes. An amazing build. Congrats on your award (I voted for you!)
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  June 26, 2011
This is really good =]
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  June 26, 2011
I discovered aspects of the building I didn't saw on BW - So nice and well deserved winner of the award! - Kevin
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  June 26, 2011
All of you AFOLS make me jealous with your awesome pieces, Great job on this.
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  June 26, 2011
this is amazing! love the house on an angle- brilliant! so many details- all perfect! great job!
Leda Kat =^..^=
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Aidan Moon
  June 25, 2011
Awesome. Wish I had this!
Leda Kat =^..^=
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justin dale
  June 25, 2011
i like the gate, good idea.
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  June 25, 2011
Really nice build mate! This looks fantastic, it really brings the medieval look to the brick. Glad you all had such a blast in Chicago! Sucks you gotta get back to the grind :( ~Thoy
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  June 25, 2011
Beautiful, all the way to chicago you went :o maybe it would be acceptable for me to travel a bit farther for a lego convention :p
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  June 25, 2011
I can't say enough about this wonderful build Leda. In a sea of "monster" builds on our layout yours was the delicate flower that took the WELL deserved trophy. Thank you so much for your contribution to our layout. You are truly an artist beyond compare. ~ Chris.
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  June 25, 2011
This small build has an abondance of detail, patterns and vividness that is rarely seen in this style of MOCs. It almost looks as it is actually raining...Congrats on your prize, it is well deserved.
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  June 25, 2011
Absolutely beautiful, Leda! The angles, the color placement, the textural work - all lovely. Congratulations on taking home a coveted BW award for this little gem. It's well earned!
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  June 25, 2011
Every corner and angle of it is sheer beauty. Hobbingen and Bree are the parts I like most when reading/watching "Lord of the Rings". You truely managed to capture the right emotion.
Leda Kat =^..^=
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Sam Knavel
  June 24, 2011
That is very incredible, I am very jealous of you, I wanted to go to brickworld to see this! Oh well very well done.
Leda Kat =^..^=
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Mark Eckerson
  June 24, 2011
I love the cheese slope roofs and the awesome photography! :D
Leda Kat =^..^=
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Jeffery Lautenslager
  June 24, 2011
Wow very impressive, BTW i was just in Christchurch for the NZ secondary schools cross country champs in Ashburton.
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  June 24, 2011
*Sigh* So sad that it's over. The whole dio seriously kicked butt and I'm so going to steal some ideas from this! What a fun time we had, eh mate?
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  June 24, 2011
I think I was so captivated by staring into your eyes that I missed half of the show. Thanks you for spending some of your precious vacation time with me - it was a pleasure. Lee.
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  June 24, 2011
Wow this is really cool! It looks like something that would be in Zelda.
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  June 24, 2011
This is a fantastic example of what can be done with the brick, i can see why it won the Small Building division! ~Osc
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  June 24, 2011
All the little details are excellent. >Eric
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  June 24, 2011
Excellent work. I've been going through slobbering over all of these excellent LOTR builds. Congratulations on the award.
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  June 24, 2011
I loved being at the 'small build' end of the table next to this. Your build is a testament to what can be done on a limited footprint and a forced restriction of parts. I was in awe of the details and the composition you created. The use of negative space and the 45 degree angle made for compelling and repeated viewing. Congratulations on your accomplishment, you deserve it!
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  June 24, 2011
gorgeous, i just wanrt to play dnd now. Love the layout, so nice to see that raised level at the back with the feeding horse, just gave the whole thing that sense of real diomensionalism, if you now what I mean... Splendid and cosy...
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  June 24, 2011
Amazing craftsmanship, surprised there's no Peter Jackson cameo holding a carrot!
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  June 24, 2011
Fantastic work! I love the roofing, you really did well on this one.
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  June 24, 2011
Very good! Looks very awesome!
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  June 24, 2011
I love it! Very inspiring!
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  June 24, 2011
Love those chimneys and the use of cheese slopes to create the roundness on the roofs, You really captured the feel of Middle Earth in a relatively small space, especially in comparison to the Herculean MOCs surrounding it! LOL As Matty stated, very deserving of it's award.~H
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  June 24, 2011
As everybody has already stated, I love how you made the roofs. I also like the walkways!
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  June 24, 2011
Such amazing wide and detailed shots of the tavern (including the build), it makes me like I'm there!
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  June 24, 2011
A really supreme build, Leda! Everything flows so well throughout the dio, and the mixture of techniques is impressive. You definitely held your own amidst the collaboration. Very well-deserving of the award!
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  June 24, 2011
Great closeups! I love the bit where they discover beer comes in pints.
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  June 24, 2011
The cheese roof is my favourite part, but the stones on the street look a bit too ordered, I guess I see patterns in them.
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  June 24, 2011
Very good! I love how you made cobblestones and chimney. Very good MOC!
 
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