ever since I started to play with the little plastic bricks, I was a big fan of the Middle Ages. When I was 10 years old then, I have processed the stones to MOC's. My work was clean bad: D. Nevertheless, I have always continued to be built and always learning new things to it. My first medieval project I started in 2011. But I never had the time or the money for the project, it is therefore forfeited. I never forget that.
Now I am 15 years old and this time it worked.
Something about the MOC:
I built a total of 3 months at the MOC. Every day, 3 hours.
In the MOC are 15.000 parts installed and 3x 2x 48x48 and 32x32 plates.
I ordered a total of 30 times (!) for this MOC.
For me it was very amazing how such a project drags on.
Some nights it was so boring that I simply did not have parts that I just sat and thought and thought. Nevertheless, I am happy that I have started this project and completed.
There was also a gap problem. I was only 15 years old and was not about money. And it has helped me my grandparents. A big thanks to they!
first, I like your personnal story, needing money to complete a project pushes you to seek support, even if at first it s financial, the rest usually follows, like, getting closer to your grand parents! and it makes their lives more exciting being part of something new, and entertaining, bravo! for the piece; it s very nice, I especially appreciate the greenery wich is certainly your deep thinking, while waiting for parts, lol, excellent castle scene!
March 13, 2013
Nice castle =D. But... 3 hours per day for 3 Months = 90 days x 3h/day= 270 hours. That took pretty long, I never work longer than 20 hours on the same MOC but I also never built in such a big scale ;).
I like it
March 13, 2013
Beautifully made, and the autumn shades are very pleasant !>.....well done