My character introduction moc for LCC. Finally, my bricklink order came, and I was able to finish this. It is not exactly what I wanted, but it works.
Andar of Lenfald was a young farmer boy, yearning for a better life. One day, he got his wish, but not in the exact form he wanted. The vicious outlaws of Roawia attacked his village, burning and killing everything. Andar's parents sent him to a secret cave, that only his family knew about. The next day, when he returned, everything was gone. His parents were dead, nothing was left but a pile of ashes. From then on, Andar resolved that never again will he let this happen. So he roamed around Lenfald, and met some hunters, who took him in, and taught him how to shoot a bow, and how to use a sword. Andar developed these skills, and turned into a master archer and swordsman. He joined the Lenfald military, and is a captain there. His skills is widely known throughout all of Lenfald. He then took on a apprentice, named Kole. Kole too had lost his parents to the outlaws, and wanted to avenge them. So Andar taught Kole the art of swordsmanship, and the bow. Kole also knows how to use a spear. They now return home, to Andar's cottage, ready to relax around a fire, after a long weekend of tracking outlaws. They are always ready to fight agains the outlaws.
Andar's Stone Cottage
Andar's house was built into the side a a stone wall, using pieces from the wall itself.
My own bridge design
Sorry for the blurry picture here
The chimney sticking up out of the wall.
The upper floor, with two simple beds, and a basin to wash in.
The main floor, with fireplace, and kitchen (not included, not enough pieces, sorry. If I had enough, the kitchen would be in a side door, with the dining room)
Awesome little scene you made here! I like the fireplace with the bookshelf above it and the river looks real good as well. I like that you put that little line of light blue in as a kind of current-y look. The only criticism I have is that it doesnt really look like it was built into a stone wall because of the window on the one side. Maybe a larger base would have worked and just called it a house made of stone bricks? Other than that, a real solid build! 5/5 - J.
Nice work Matthew! You are really improving. The tree and the interior are great. The only thing that could use some work at the moment would be your photography. I wouldn't use flash if I were you.