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My connection hasn't quite cut out yet and I started working on some G'Dell. I wanted to test this method for bricks with you guys before going on and doing part 3 of the Abandoned Watch-house. Please let us know if you prefer the mortar gaps, or the if the tight stacked style in the Greydell Inn looks better? Cheers all :)
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Our unlikely heroes bust in through a locked door...












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  January 30, 2014
Quoting Kai Bernstein Nice arch and uneven texturing!
Thanks Kai, I need to get back to this little series. Hmmm...
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  January 30, 2014
Nice arch and uneven texturing!
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  December 23, 2012
Beautiful work my friend! Merry X-mas!
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  December 13, 2012
Quoting Chris Phipson Remind me to put you at the top of the list for the castle type stuff of our little project we're discussing... ~ Chris.
Hehe, Wilco :)
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  December 13, 2012
EXCELLENT DUDE.. What a castle entry. Just brilliant. Well done and thank you for sharing.
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  December 13, 2012
Remind me to put you at the top of the list for the castle type stuff of our little project we're discussing... ~ Chris.
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  December 12, 2012
This wall's texturing is excellent!! Giving the scene an Epic look. You 're going to sell one arm for DBG tiles, though... ;)
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  December 11, 2012
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~ I'm sensing there's some secret technique behind the bricks on the arch but I just can't put my finger on it...
Hahaha, keep working on it mate, you are on the right track ;)
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  December 11, 2012
I'm sensing there's some secret technique behind the bricks on the arch but I just can't put my finger on it...
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  December 11, 2012
Quoting Marcus Paul Good decision, I prefer this one, too. That arch is great!
Dude I just check out that new VV of yours, wicked!
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  December 11, 2012
Good decision, I prefer this one, too. That arch is great!
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  December 11, 2012
Guys thanx so much for the input, I'm so going to do pt 3 of the abandoned watch house in similar style to this now :)
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  December 10, 2012
The brickwork here looks very natural and more realistic to me. Way better than anything I could of ever come up with. Well done friend!
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  December 10, 2012
this just beats all! it looks fantasticly real! wow!
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  December 9, 2012
Love the technique, especially the stones around the arch.
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  December 9, 2012
it has an awesome feel to it! :)
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  December 9, 2012
Very neat.
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  December 9, 2012
I must say this technique is brilliant, I love the ruined feel.
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  December 9, 2012
That stone brick pattern. Simply marvelous. ~Ryan
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  December 9, 2012
I think this one works better for an abandoned house, since it has a little rough touch to it and offers some sweet light and shadow effects!
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  December 9, 2012
I prefer this one, though the comparison is unfair. They serve different purposes. I also imagine this one is easier to work with, though still labor intensive.
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  December 9, 2012
The mortar gaps look great. Go with that :-)
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  December 9, 2012
I totally agree with Luke below. I would mix the techniques just as they would have done in ye olde times. I have to say this is a great technique and much more 'skilled'. I also love the uneven floor.
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  December 9, 2012
I like it :D
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  December 9, 2012
That is a really effective brick technique.
Parrington Levens
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White Knight
  December 8, 2012
Very effective, but I still prefer GreyDell`s tightly-stacked. Two, so different, but great in their own way techniques !>.....well done
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  December 8, 2012
I also like both techniques. It is hard to say which one to go with. I think it may depend on the type of structure and if you need to break up the visuals on a scene, like if you need to keep the floor from looking too much like the walls. As for structure types, I would think that smaller structures would make sense to have tighter bricks while larger ones would look better with wider brick spacing.
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  December 8, 2012
Your technique is prefect how it is!!! I really like how you made the curved door way with the tiles. Great job. Keep it how it is.
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  December 8, 2012
Nice! I really like both wall techniques, I think that they both work well for different types of buildings. For this MOC, your chosen style works awesomely.
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  December 8, 2012
Excellent wall!
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  December 8, 2012
The bricks in the wall are unlike any I've ever seen! Keep up the great work!
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  December 8, 2012
great techniques! looks great!
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  December 8, 2012
Very effective technique! The lighting and decor really set it off. Some serious artistry on display here, Dude!
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  December 8, 2012
Mortar gaps for this structure! :)
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  December 8, 2012
I gotta say Parr, I really like this style.
 
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