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Grim Hollow: Quest For The Lost Shrine Part 1
Does the color turquoise belong in the realm of Castle themed builds? Of Course it does! This is the other moc, that along with my previous one, is based on Warhammer Concept art. Again, I really loved the colorscheme, I think Turquoise work well and I will deffinitly use it again sometime. This moc is also the start of a story that will be running over at the 'Guilds Of Historica' on Eurobricks.
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  May 31, 2014
Man you're epic! A true example and inspiration!
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  May 31, 2014
Awesome!! MOTD!!
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  May 31, 2014
wonderful piece! congrats on motd!
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  May 31, 2014
Congrats on MOTD! 8-)
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  May 31, 2014
Wow! The chimney is crazy awesome, this whole build is perfection. Congrats on MOTD.
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  May 31, 2014
Those textures are awesome. Congrats on MOTD!
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  May 31, 2014
Congrats on MOTD ! Beautiful work! I awesome base. I really love the stone work and the 1x1 round plates in between . The woodwork is fantastic too.
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  May 31, 2014
Excellent work! Congrats on MOTD!
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  May 31, 2014
Loving the vibrant colours, details and textures! Congrats on MOTD!
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  May 31, 2014
Congrats on an excellent MOTD!
Luke Watkins
Jacob .
  April 23, 2012
What's the color on the roof?
Luke Watkins
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White Knight
  April 22, 2012
Award Winner !!>.....well done
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  March 5, 2012
really nice! like that build, especially the roof, epic!
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  March 5, 2012
Stunning, just stunning!!! You have been spouting out amazing creation after amazing creation!! Well done Luke!! I look forward to your future builds!!!
Luke Watkins
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J.D. ~
  March 4, 2012
I need to get to using the brick wall design, very impressive!
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  March 4, 2012
EPIC brick-texturing on the exterior surface. Superb work. Cheers!
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  March 3, 2012
that is probably the best medieval lego ihave ever seen.
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  March 3, 2012
Wow, just wow! Really like the circular base design and great work on the building and figs! Awesome stuff mate ;)
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  March 3, 2012
Really reallistic!
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  March 3, 2012
Impressive build, I really like the turquoise roofing :)
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  February 27, 2012
Ohh yeaa... These are so awesome! They beat the ones in Legoland! :D
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  February 26, 2012
Nice! I love the decoration below the windows. The MOC has a grim feel. I love the skulls built into walls. Great job!
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  February 26, 2012
Nice! I love the decoration below the windows. The MOC has a grim feel. I love the skulls built into walls. Great job!
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  February 26, 2012
One of your best yet! Everything in this build just seems to flow or fit so nicely together. A masterpiece, great work!
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  February 25, 2012
Wow this is just extraordinary!! It's so grim and colorless an then it makes your eyes fly to the bright roof! It's so wonderfully detailed everywhere else as well! Every part of it just screams "Luke made this!" you have really created a masterful style all your own here with your series of domestic castle buildings! You are with out a doubt the best at building these types of buildings!
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  February 24, 2012
The stonework on this is great. The door down in the corner is nice, and all the details are, as always, impeccable. I'm not sold on the turquoise roof though.
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  February 24, 2012
the whole thing looks great! the turquoise roof is really unique and it works well!
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  February 24, 2012
That medium and dark brown form a classy contrast. Congrats on this cool build!
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  February 24, 2012
The detail you put into your MOCs continues to impress me, great work! >Eric
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  February 24, 2012
The colors look great Luke:) Yet another very impressive build from you!
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  February 23, 2012
Wow! Stunning work :)
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  February 23, 2012
That reminds me...I need more tiles! Gorgeous work, as always, and the turquoise is quite eye-catching.~H
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  February 23, 2012
Love the copper roof.
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  February 23, 2012
i can feel the creepy atmosphere in this building! you great man!!!!
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  February 23, 2012
i can feel the creepy atmosphere in this building! you great man!!!!
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  February 23, 2012
i'v been trying to capture this old world style, looks like i'v got a long way to go. excellent work.
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  February 23, 2012
Basically what AP said, you make the rest of us want to be better Castle builders!
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  February 22, 2012
Luke, once again you leave us staring at your masterful creations with awe and excitement! The style that you've invented and perfected is so unique and beautiful that you have single handedly transformed the face of Castle MOC'ing! Wonderful build and wonderful artistic vision! Let's hope that the rest of our MOC's in this story can stack up to the high bar you've just set. -AP
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  February 22, 2012
Wow. It's brilliant, as always!
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  February 22, 2012
Makes me want to try a roof variation with turquoise and dark gray... very nice! :)
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  February 22, 2012
Incredible! Now I want some turquoise pieces...
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  February 22, 2012
Whoa... You sir, are not mortal.
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  February 22, 2012
This is great! I love the roof color, that is something I have never seen before. Also the the overall feel of the moc is very neat.
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  February 22, 2012
Wow! (Again). Your style and technique is superb, and it is amazing that you still find ways to improve it, and do variations over the theme.
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  February 22, 2012
Really liking the stairs, chimney, odd shape of the base and turquoise colors. Excellent work.
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  February 22, 2012
Truly superb! The brickwork and swamp is amazing, as are all the details inside and out. Great work!
  February 22, 2012
The level of skill and technique in your MOCs never disappoints, and this is no exception. The walls are fantastic, and I really like the base on this one. Pure eye candy, thanks for sharing!
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  February 22, 2012
Good gosh Luke, you don't stop do you? Great work on the house again. Not too terribly certain about the turquoise roofs, but I can see your reasoning. Again, great stuff mate.
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  February 22, 2012
Beautiful!
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  February 22, 2012
Beautiful!
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  February 22, 2012
Is that dark turquoise roofing? My goodness your work is stunning! I can't even keep up with you.
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  February 22, 2012
Whow!!
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  February 22, 2012
Wow, this is amazing. That brick-and-mortar effect on the little add-on part of the building by the front doorway is really cool. This is definitely LEGO art :)
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  February 22, 2012
Ditto, useless!
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  February 22, 2012
Words are just useless!
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  February 22, 2012
Very nice, I like the base and most, but the turquoise roof is to distracting.
  February 22, 2012
Impressive stuff, sir. That base is stunning, and the quality of the main build is, as always, amongst the highest that can be found.
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  February 22, 2012
Intense!
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  February 22, 2012
I love the dark turquoise! The plaster and beam look is very realistic as is the stone work. SUPERB! I know I, for one, am humbled! That's a lot to say from someone with an ego as big as mine, hee, hee! :)
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  February 22, 2012
Really good stuff, as always. Love the shape of the house and the excellent detail work.
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  February 22, 2012
Wow... This is so awesome. That roof is fantastic! Excellent job all around! :)
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  February 22, 2012
Wow...that's turquoise. Another fantastic MOC from you Luke! I really like how well the turquoise and the dark brown mix. The interior photography could have been a little better in my opinion but it's understandable. Very well done :)
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  February 22, 2012
I think the turquoise looks great. The details on this one are fantastic! Great job.
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  February 22, 2012
This is such an enjoyable build to look at. I love the unique shape, and the turquoise roof looks beautiful. One of your best works!
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  February 22, 2012
Beautiful!
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  February 22, 2012
Well capture of the mystic, gloomy atmosphere!
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  February 22, 2012
You've really outdone yourself with this one! Astounding!
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  February 22, 2012
the choice of colours is bang on. tourquoise works really well. i may have to pick some up some day.
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  February 22, 2012
Still a little iffy on the teal roof, but the rest of it is brilliant. I love the way you did the chimney- so much character to it.
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  February 22, 2012
Epicness. It's nice to see you working outside of some of your more traditional styles. I'm excited for this series.
  February 22, 2012
Sper work .Yo are so talented/
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  February 22, 2012
This build looks great! Sometimes your builds make me want to stop what I am building, because it just doesn't stand up to these! I won't stop, but wow these have been so impressive.
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  February 22, 2012
As always you created awesomeness itself. The color turquoise reminds me of old bronze that was exposed to a lot of rain. Also I am happy to see that you built an interior this time. One thing I was missing form you earlier. Perfect work!
 
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