Wow, this MOC is just great. I love the landscping, and the minifigures add so much affect. Great job. Although I was very impressed with this MOC, here are a few things I would change:
1. The fire could have some work done on it. It looks like it's just shooting up from the ground with no fuel. Sometimes you can't bypass these things, so then you might have to change the story a little. There are plenty of funny things that could take place of a knight being set on fire, you just have to think. This happens to me all the time. I have a great, funny idea, but I have to change it just so the MOC will look nice and good. It is a big key to success.
Overall, this MOC is truly an amazing MOC. Great job!
I like it
June 6, 2012
Quoting Space Gypsy .
I saw this as a way to improve on my Ars Historia MOC. What do you guys think of the landscape? Is there too much colour?
Also, I checked out; Deff's Mission 12.3 and Josh O's Forth Longstand.
I think it is a bit crowded and the Dog/Wolf seems a bit random in this scene. Also, I feel a better base to the creation would make it less colourful and more professional. I suggest using 1X1 circular flat bricks in grey, dark grey and black to create a nice effect. Also, it gives the creation a more historic feel. I would usually comment on the photography, but, I feel the photos are perfect quality. How many megapixels does your camera have as, the photography always seems perfect. I only have a 6 Megapixel camera.
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Hahahaha, Its great, the landscaping is good, while it lacks realistic effects, such as gentle slopes or real texture, It works well with the comical theme that you are.
And the serf with his bum on fire is hilarious!