Our Adventurer has discovered an outpost guarded by Stormcloaks and an Ice Mage! Outnumbered, he fights his way to the top, only to be rewarded by some barrels full of tomatos and cabbage!
The first of a few Skyrim mocs I've been messing about with over the last week. I went with the round tower as they show up all over Skyrim.
Thanks for all your great comments! Im sorry about the small picture sizes, I wasn't given the option of displaying in a larger size :(
I will sort this out with the next moc.
For anyone interested, I have added a section on how to build these round towers over at my Guide on Eurobricks.com. You can also find the intructions over at my flickr page.
I like it
February 5, 2012
I really like the round shape and the stairs. Good work!
Luke I thoroughly followed your guide ,are you going yo show some of these techniques in it?This is beautiful and I would love to see how that tower was done.You have been the biggest influence on my most recent MOC and I would greatly appreciate if you commented on it with advice.
So, you went with the Imperials, I take it? When I do, I'm going with the Stormcloaks, simply because of certain....actions associated with the Dark Brotherhood (I won't reveal anything). Anyway, it's a tremendously good build, like always, and I'm looking forward to those other Skyrim models you mentioned.
This is Fus Ro Dah-ing awesome! It looks like Bethesda released a "plastic mod" for Skyrim. The attention to detail is incredible, and it really feels like I'm in the middle of the Pale looking at this. It's clean and orderly, yet old and run down, all in one beautiful scene. Makes me wanna go revisit Tamriel! Well done!
Your adventurer should join the Dark Brotherhood and then go a back-stabbin'! At least that's how my Khajiit would go about it after slinging a volley of poisoned arrows first for good measure. Can't wait to see your next Skyrim scene.
Amazing creation again mate, the background really earths it well too. I will offer some advice for uploading your pics, chose the Large option immediately after uploading to make the thumbnails larger.
Stunning tower technique, as I said on Flickr - you really have this down to an artform. The whole build is lovely, but the brickwork on the tower is something I never expected to see in LEGO. More of this please!