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LOM MBC Nerogueian Justice Hunters
My best MOC yet, my best (by far!) photography yet and my first ever MBC.
About this creation
Nerogueian Justice Hunters are free Nerogueians who travel the land helping the weak and purging injustices. They are not payed, as often townsfolk give them food and shelter to say thank you for their deeds of goodwill. They sometimes claim some treasure from orcs or outlaws to get them a bit of money, too. The reason this unemployed life is so popular is because not only do they get to help others, but they can earn fame and glory from their travels. Many justice hunters search for dragons to slay so they can become a hero or heroine of the people.

Here they are seen travelling the lands, near a farmers old cottage.

Nerogueian Justice Hunters

Better quality title picture. Some Justice Hunters including a flagbearer, holding the famous flag of the Nerogueian eagle (Whadd'ya mean the symbol of Nerogue is a horse?). The reason they carry a green eagle flag is because a lot of their travels are in Mythron, where there are plenty of poor people to help. They also carry the green eagle to distinguish them from the Nerogue military.

Nerogueian Flagbearer

The Farmer with his dilapidated old cottage. He seems angry about the Justice Hunters passing through his land.

Cottage1

A better view of the small cottage. Houses only one.

Cottage2

I hope you enjoyed my best everything so far and I hope I can keep up the standard, if not improve! I may not have a build up for a while, since my next one, which will be my 25 pointer, is gonna be big! (Hopefully...) Thanks for viewing, please comment and goodbye!



Comments

 I made it 
  July 27, 2014
Quoting Graeme Straughn Great work!! You're amazing with those caving, rocky, textured walls. :))
Thanks Graeme!
 I like it 
  July 24, 2014
Great work!! You're amazing with those caving, rocky, textured walls. :))
 I made it 
  June 20, 2014
Quoting Arnas Scheel Looks great! Looking at your older creations, you've grown a lot, very recently too!
I've only been on MP for 2 months :P
 I like it 
  June 20, 2014
Looks great! Looking at your older creations, you've grown a lot, very recently too!
 I made it 
  June 16, 2014
Quoting David FNJ Nice photo improvement! Cool stone work. I agree with the 3 points.
Thanks :)
 I like it 
  June 16, 2014
Nice photo improvement! Cool stone work. I agree with the 3 points.
 I made it 
  June 16, 2014
Quoting Lindel Baskin Excellent work, Joe! This is certainly your best build yet. Nice landscaping, good layering and sloping effect. The stonework on the cottage is great! Very original with the brick-built banner as well. The only weak point in the build overall is the roof, but roofs are very tricky. I've never build a good roof myself, so I don't have a ton of advice there. Overall, excellent work! I hope to see you continue to improve as a builder. Cheers! EDIT: Oh, and the photography makes a big difference as well! Keep it up!
Thanks Lindel!
 I made it 
  June 16, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens Did I just get new glasses or did you get a good camera? The pictures are much better. The cynicism is milder in this build, but this is just your subtle form, isn't it? As for the build, I can give you a few tips on the house right away: The door has some gaps around it that are very visible in some of the pictures, the roof could use detail and a different peak and it would look better with posts at all three corners. Those detractors give this MBC a three - better than some, but not all the way there. I expect you'll start to land fours after a month or two, though.
Thanks Gilbert! It was a little diffucult to include cynicism in such a small build, but I did manage some sarcastic humour. (Albeit some rather crude sarcastic humour) Thanks very much for the advice and I'll try to improve in my next build!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2014
Wow, your best yet, IMO! Great texture throughout, thought it's a tad bit chaotic. The photography of course, shines as well!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2014
Did I just get new glasses or did you get a good camera? The pictures are much better. The cynicism is milder in this build, but this is just your subtle form, isn't it? As for the build, I can give you a few tips on the house right away: The door has some gaps around it that are very visible in some of the pictures, the roof could use detail and a different peak and it would look better with posts at all three corners. Those detractors give this MBC a three - better than some, but not all the way there. I expect you'll start to land fours after a month or two, though.
  June 15, 2014
Excellent work, Joe! This is certainly your best build yet. Nice landscaping, good layering and sloping effect. The stonework on the cottage is great! Very original with the brick-built banner as well. The only weak point in the build overall is the roof, but roofs are very tricky. I've never build a good roof myself, so I don't have a ton of advice there. Overall, excellent work! I hope to see you continue to improve as a builder. Cheers! EDIT: Oh, and the photography makes a big difference as well! Keep it up!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2014
I can definitely see the improvement from your past builds. Nice textures on that cottage too :)
 I made it 
  June 15, 2014
Quoting ~ Brick Nice.
It's all thanks to you Bricky...
 I made it 
  June 15, 2014
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga The pics are a HUGE improvement :) The lime standard is definitely unique, and I find the grumpy farmer hilarious. Also, the stonework is really nice. I would suggest looking on Flickr or Eurobricks to find some ideas on good-looking roof techniques.
Thanks for the advise ;)
 I like it 
  June 15, 2014
The pics are a HUGE improvement :) The lime standard is definitely unique, and I find the grumpy farmer hilarious. Also, the stonework is really nice. I would suggest looking on Flickr or Eurobricks to find some ideas on good-looking roof techniques.
 I like it 
  June 15, 2014
Nice.
 
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