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Shizukana Castle
Shizukana Castle peacefully sits atop a beautiful hill by the sea in ancient Japan.
About this creation

How many ninja can you spot?

The floors are removable. On the top floor a diplomatic meeting takes place.

On the first floor servants, samurai, and geisha go about there business.



cherry blossom

bendable bomboo, it looks way more natural then the straight kind.

the figs

It has come a long ways from the first W.I.P that I posted. With all my school work I have hardly been able to work on it but now hopefully I'll have more time to build. I hope you guys enjoy it! So far this is my greatest masterpiece.



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  December 8, 2013
My eyesight is not that great. I'll find the Ninjas later. But, I must admit this is one beautiful creation. So elegant. Terrific details.
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  August 12, 2012
Gotta step my game up
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  July 5, 2012
Nice Job! And I believe I saw 4 ninjas. 3 black, 1 white.
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  July 2, 2012
Quoting the Invisible Mime I still don't understand how the corners work.
3 of these are stacked on each corner. http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=3685 The snot wall is on hinges and is bent to the same angle as the corner slope mentioned above. The wall aligns nearly perfectly with the corner slope pieces.
  July 2, 2012
I still don't understand how the corners work.
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  July 1, 2012
Awesome!
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  July 1, 2012
Impressive! The angles and shapes you use perfectly convey the Samurai feel, and the interior is a nice touch. Great work!
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  July 1, 2012
Very nice work..!
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  July 1, 2012
Excellent creation! I love the technique for the rock base, pity that there are some holes uncovered though... But you have to look hard to see them, which I did, trying to spot the ninjas! I see three on the roof but not sure about the one in the tree... You really have some cool tricks going on in this MOC, the bamboo, the windows, the scrolls in the closet, the tree, wonderful! Keep bricking!
Isaiah S.
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  June 30, 2012
Wonderful! I love Asian architecture!
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  June 30, 2012
FANTASTIC! great details, I love all the interior design, and the sloped grass's conneection to that awesome rockwall is an excellent design. great job!
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  June 30, 2012
Quoting Finn MacCool Four ninja
There are more :) keep looking!
  June 30, 2012
Four ninja
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  June 30, 2012
Quoting Daniel Brilliant I like what you did with the skirting, that is a cool technique. All in all your shaping and styling are cool, but I think you could get your Japanese castles to a whole new level of cool by using a more SNOT based roofing technique. I'm working on a big project that uses a refined version of the technique used on Ishii Castle, so perhaps that will be useful to you as a point of reference. I would be curious to see a "how to" on the base technique from this build.
In my next castle I am going to use a snot roof for sure, I can't afford all the pieces for one right now and I had a ton of black plates sitting around so I did that instead. The foundation is fairly simple, it is a snot wall with plates on it, the corners won't work in LDD however, I tried it when I was designing the castle.
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  June 30, 2012
Amazing, I love the inside of the house 5/5
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  June 30, 2012
Awesome! I love how you made the curved roof. 5/5
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  June 30, 2012
Good to see you back :) Excellent castle! I love Asian mocs so im a bit bias hehe. But I think this is great. cant wait to see more
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  June 30, 2012
Superb!
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  June 30, 2012
Marvelous! The roof line and the stonework are my favorites. (I happen to prefer the studed roof... looks more like real tiles.) :)
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  June 30, 2012
I like what you did with the skirting, that is a cool technique. All in all your shaping and styling are cool, but I think you could get your Japanese castles to a whole new level of cool by using a more SNOT based roofing technique. I'm working on a big project that uses a refined version of the technique used on Ishii Castle, so perhaps that will be useful to you as a point of reference. I would be curious to see a "how to" on the base technique from this build.
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  June 29, 2012
Amazing job! It's great to see you back, Isaiah!
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  June 29, 2012
Great work; all that detail is amazing!
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  June 29, 2012
Well worth the wait! The bottom part is very cool.
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  June 29, 2012
I Love the rocks, and I also can realy figure out how there done. Great MOC.
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  June 29, 2012
Nice job, but the exterior white walls are kinda bland. >Eric
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  June 29, 2012
Nice job, but the exterior white walls are kinda bland. >Eric
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  June 29, 2012
This is fantastic! Awesome work! Love the roof and rock work! The interior is well done as well!
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  June 29, 2012
Incredible work. I love that curved roof. -LB Senior
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  June 29, 2012
Quoting Arnas Scheel Wow! This is AMAZING! I thought you were having a dark age! Hopefully you can be more active in building now!.
I thought I was too :)
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  June 29, 2012
This is an amazing masterpiece! I love the amount of detail you put into this house! The house itself is superb! Truly, and incredible masterpiece! Keep up the STUPENDOUS work!
 I like it 
  June 29, 2012
Wow! This is AMAZING! I thought you were having a dark age! Hopefully you can be more active in building now!.
 
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