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2014 BrickBattle Games Round 2: Graham Gidman vs. Ranger Elegost-'The Trade'
About this creation
My entry for the Second Round of the 2014 BrickBattle Games

My talented opponent Graham Gidman

Our Category:Hostage Crisis
The royal children are being held captive! Show the result in a build.


The children of the Loyal King have been captured and taken hostage for ransom. The King follows the trail through the Dark Woods, in which he soon encounters the band of outlaws that captured the Royal Children. Along with the King, he brings his most prized treasures to make an offer...




















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 I like it 
  August 26, 2014
Ooooohhhh... Thanks!
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  August 26, 2014
Nice entry once again! The cords wrapped around the tree trunks add a really nice effect
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  August 23, 2014
Quoting Graeme Straughn Nice work...again. How do you do those tress? Is there some where I can learn it? Thanks, Elegost!
Just using many 4 sided headlight bricks
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  August 23, 2014
Quoting Lee Muzzy These to were really hard for me to decide upon. I really like your trees and your story fits the category perfectly! However I think I have to give this one to Graham. His attention to detail Just barely edges out yours, so he gets my vote,
Thanks :)
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  August 23, 2014
Quoting A M Nice one! The strings around the trees work great to convey a creepy feel. Excellent ground layering, too, and the minifigs top off the cake! Awesome build.
Thanks A M :D
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  August 21, 2014
Awesome scene! The ground texturing/coloring is really well done!
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  August 20, 2014
Graeme: I learned it today! So I might post a tutorial on the gallery :D
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  August 20, 2014
Nice work...again. How do you do those tress? Is there some where I can learn it? Thanks, Elegost!
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  August 20, 2014
These to were really hard for me to decide upon. I really like your trees and your story fits the category perfectly! However I think I have to give this one to Graham. His attention to detail Just barely edges out yours, so he gets my vote,
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  August 19, 2014
Nice one! The strings around the trees work great to convey a creepy feel. Excellent ground layering, too, and the minifigs top off the cake! Awesome build.
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  August 19, 2014
Hey, great work! In response to your comment on my GOT moc, yeah, I'm not too far into the show, but I have read all of the books up to Dance, which I'm reading right now! [Ess]
 I made it 
  August 18, 2014
Quoting Arthur Martin I dont know which is better of the two builds both are amazing!
Thanks
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  August 18, 2014
Quoting Graeme Straughn Great work! Good luck to you and Graham!
Thanks for the brilliant support Graeme :-P (sarcastically)
 I like it 
  August 17, 2014
I dont know which is better of the two builds both are amazing!
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  August 16, 2014
Quoting Prof. B. Stunning work Elegost! The colors work perfectly! Usually I think lots of light brown and dark tan don't mix very well, but here it's amazing (probably because of the dark brown layer)! And the trees are amazing. Good luck!
Thanks Pro. B, I'm glad you like it :D
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  August 16, 2014
Quoting Stephan N Wonderful work my friend. The trees are really incredible. The whole scene is very close to life and nature. good luck
Thank you Stephan, that's means a lot coming from you :)
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  August 16, 2014
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Nicely done! I particularly like the ground. The little patches here and there, made up of so many colours. It makes it look much more realistic. Very good job. --Blast--
Thanks Blast :)
 I like it 
  August 16, 2014
Wow! The landscaping is brilliant!
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  August 16, 2014
Great work! Good luck to you and Graham!
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  August 16, 2014
Stunning work Elegost! The colors work perfectly! Usually I think lots of light brown and dark tan don't mix very well, but here it's amazing (probably because of the dark brown layer)! And the trees are amazing. Good luck!
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  August 16, 2014
Really Awesome! The minifgures look Great! The Trees look Awesome too (like everyone else said below =P) Good Luck!
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  August 16, 2014
Wonderful work my friend. The trees are really incredible. The whole scene is very close to life and nature. good luck
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  August 16, 2014
Very nice build! The layering is pretty good, and the trees are really cool.
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  August 16, 2014
Those trees are so cool! Good luck!
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  August 16, 2014
Fantastic color Scheme!
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  August 16, 2014
Nicely done! I particularly like the ground. The little patches here and there, made up of so many colours. It makes it look much more realistic. Very good job. --Blast--
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  August 16, 2014
Wow those trees are awesome!Good luck in the contest!
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  August 16, 2014
Those trees look awsome. Great work by the way.
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  August 15, 2014
Fantastic! Great work with the trees!
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  August 15, 2014
Great work, Ranger! Really love the feel this gives!
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  August 15, 2014
Wow!! Great job! Those trees are Amazing!!! Good Luck!
 I like it 
  August 15, 2014
Those trees are amazing! Great work!
 
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