Fort Longstand is a Fort established to gaured the River Either. Longstand has always been populated by The Erindor Famlily. Baron Helf Erindor is negotiating a treaty with the eleven commander, with the kings approval of course. This treaty is to give the elves access to River Either and Humans Access to Ringdale Woods.
About this creation
Baron Erindor meeting the Elven Commander Wyrn Strongspear
Elves waiting for the return of their Commander
Hammaland Merchants bringing fish to the castle
A young fisher and a shadowy assassin like figure who seems to be snooping
The baron and his family and servant and advisor
The back of the Elf Commander
The Hammalanders and Fisherboy and Assassin like fig
Cool! But I think the castle should be bulked up some more. I'm not one to critisize other people's castles, having only ever built two pathetic ones myself, though I thought they were cool at the time. I'm not sure what it is missing, it just needs a bit more "Castle". Great job on the trees and river! They're very detailed. God Bless ~ David.
It's nice. Probably better than any Castle MOCs I could build.
But I think you should make the crenalations square and wider. Also, the trees seem quite crowded. I would have only added one. The river looks good. But I can't really see it.
A newer MOC from the 1st Pennsylvania Garrison Commander. This shows a good deal of improvement. You are using some new techniques, and your getting better at lighting. I think this is because you have built and posted a LOT of MOCs. It's the only way to improve, and you have been pretty busy at it. You should post a thread with a link to THIS MOC over on Space Gypsy’s Constructive Criticism site. A MOCaversery is boring. This is the real deal, a MOC! Throw it up there and see what happens. Attack!
This doesn't look to bad, I like the variety of characters and your trees are pretty good. However, a few thoughts. The castle is pretty bare and unsupported behind the wall. You might consider doing some more work there to create a better atmosphere. Also your ground based foiliage is a little lacking. Perhaps a wider variety of trees and bushes would help. Just some thoughts.