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Camelot v3.
About this creation
The white wall is finished !!!!! ;)
Enjoy camelot version 3 !!!!!
please rate and comment !!!!!

you know that my english is!!!!!
bad,because i,m duth and !!!!!
i,m 12 years old. !!!!!


i would appreciate you'r coment !

thanks for visting.

finished on 28/12/2009






the weapon merchant







the horse stables













The chamber of the wizzards.






The great hall of the king.















Bedivere trains his saks wariors.



he takes a break..






The house from the Snake knight.










The Faramir mine













Here comes a house for al the knights.But i dont got engough lego yet.












Camelot under atack















THE MAKING OF THE WHITE WALL

The white wall takes me 5 hours and 18 minutes.Its so much better than the old wall.I hope you like it too.



In this box i put all the blue.





Now the both bed rooms got the same color : red. And not the one bed room blue and the other red ! xD






The tower before.



The tower after.





the blue box before The breaking of the wall.



the blue box after The breaking of the wall.







bye bye mwahuuahhuwhahah xD !






The gate :


oops i forgot somthing !




ok. lets start with the wall. I need some rocks.


yeah, what i need is this :









my first self made rocks ! :D







And this is the result,a nice white castle wall. it takes me 5 hours, and 15 minutes.



thanks for visting , i would appreciate your comment. Happy new year !

finished on 28/12/2009



Comments

 I like it 
  February 11, 2010
I like it, the only thing was that the inside was a little to colorful for my taste, I like seeing a color combination of 2-3 solid colors, other than that, the creation looks great.
 I like it 
  January 7, 2010
Good job on your Moc of Camelot! Eventually is you get enought bricks you should make the whole area surrounded by bricks. *You should stop telling people you are duth and 12 years old.. first of all its dutch and its okay if your english is bad. plz comment my mocs
 I made it 
  January 4, 2010
ckr ja ! :D
  January 4, 2010
zozo, al 11!! je beste echte MOC tot nu toe :P
 I made it 
  January 3, 2010
yes i shall comment you back ! ;)
 I like it 
  January 2, 2010
Too Awesome for words! =) Could you comment on my latest creation?
 I like it 
  January 2, 2010
Awesome build! SNOT means Studs Not On Top which basically means you can't see any studs sticking out. There is also Studless which means that studs are covered with tiles:)
 I made it 
  January 2, 2010
thanks for all the great comments ! i,m really happy with this moc.
 I like it 
  January 1, 2010
Fantastic job! That's a LOT of white pieces on the front! Very detailed and colorful, wonderful work here. A vignette is a small (usually 8x8) scene from a movie, or a place, or really anything. A bignette is the same thing except with different dimensions, usually 12 studs and up, but not big enough to be called a diorama.
 I like it 
  December 29, 2009
Great job! That's a huge Castle! You have a lot of different areas and rooms and lots of minifigs too!
 I like it 
  December 28, 2009
Awesome. The white wall really ties it together. (-it's only a model. -shh)
 I like it 
  December 28, 2009
Great use of pieces, great army, and you payed great attention to features.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2009
One word: FANTASTIC!!!!!
 
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