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LOM: Holding the Bridge
This is my entry for the MOCoff with Adam Brunsting!
About this creation

It had been a long, harsh journey through the mountains, but at last they were nearing Elpis. The Outlaw city led by Zimmerale would be the first of many to fall before the might of Rainos. Mythron would soon follow.


The Commander of the Rainosian forces encouraged his men as they trudged through the narrow mountainside pathway. It was spring and the snow had all but melted, but at these heights the air was still frigid.


They had met little resistance throughout the trek, and the commander was anxious to get them through the mountains before the larger attacks came.



They marched around a bend and beheld the gaping mouth of a chasm, so deep one could just barely see the thin web of blue that was supposedly the massive river at the bottom. A rickety bridge was all that granted them passage. The Commander looked at the bridge, letting none of his fear show. His men muttered uneasily. Here was an enemy who could not be defeated by the sword or spear. He looked for another route. Anything.

But his path was chosen for him, as a twang! sounded through the air, followed by a yell from behind him.


A second bowstring sounded, followed by a dull thwack--and a soldier tumbled over the edge with a strangled moan. Archers.



As his men turned to engage the bowmen, however, a battle cry rang out from behind the Commander's company. They surged out from nowhere, swarming his men!

Caught by surprise, the Commander's men were losing ground fast.


“This way!” The Commander shouted. He sprinted across the bridge, which creaked ominously beneath his feet. His men thundered after him.


But before they had even reached the middle, a figure materialized, with just two others behind him. He was clearly the leader.

As the bridge was wide enough for only one, directly through the three Outlaws was the only way past. That should be easy enough. Though if these men were all the Outlaws could spare, it meant their army was massing in Elpis.


Brandishing their swords, the two commanders charged.


The team of Outlaws who had started the ambush were losing ground. The archer was brought down as an orc was axed.


More men were gutted and thrown off the cliff.


Despite a second archer firing from the other side, the Rainosians were cutting down the small band of Outlaws at an alarming rate.


They were evenly matched, the two commanders. The Outlaw brought his sword down hard, jarring the Commander's arm, as he snarled, “Rainosian, you cannot win this. You fight for gain and glory. We fight for our homes, lives and loved ones.”

“Loved ones?" The Commander let out a bark of laughter. "You? You scum don’t know the meaning of love.”
In a surprising display of agility, the other leader swerved and pushed forward, ramming his shoulder into the Rainosiain. He staggered and almost lost his balance.

The Commander suddenly realized how quiet it was. His forces stood behind him. The Outlaws they had been battling were dead. The enemy commander stood in front of his men as well. The leaders alone were dueling, as the bridge was too narrow for two to stand side by side.

The Commander lunged once more, raining a flurry of attacks on his adversary, who began to show clear signs of wear. His teeth were bared and, despite the cold, sweat shone on his forehead.

At last, the Commander swung, feinted, and stabbed downward. The Outlaw howled as the sword's blade pierced his thigh, but hopped backward and swiped at the other's face, cutting his cheek.

But weakened as he was, the Outlaw could not hold off his enemy. With a mighty kick, the Commander sent the man toppling backwards.


The Outlaw’s sword fell to the gorge below.


The Commander lifted his own to the Outlaw's face. “You are a worthy fighter,” He said. “I do not want to kill you. Step aside. Surrender. And you may yet survive this.”

The Outlaw’s breath came in ragged gasps. His archer was out of arrows, and the bridge, with so many people on it, creaked ominously. None dared help him lest it fall.

“No,” the Outlaw replied. “No, surrender is not an option for me, Commander. You must never take Elpis.”

“You cannot hope to hold us off! Your men are all but defeated, and this is simply a taste of our power! General Spine’s regiment is following close behind. if you continue to deny your failure, you will be slaughtered.”

The Outlaw simply looked at him. “I do not wish to die, Commander. Nor do I wish for you to, given your clear sense of honor. But know that this bridge is the only direct way through the mountains to Elpis. And know that I must keep you from crossing it at all costs.”

The Rainosian realized suddenly what he was saying.

“No. You wouldn’t.”

“I already have, Commander.”

And before anyone could stop him, he bellowed, “CUT THE ROPES!”

“NO!” The Commander yelled.

The Outlaw turned back to him and smiled. And the bridge collapsed.



As the bridge fell, the archer turned to his partner.


"Send word to Elpis--the enemy will come in waves. Tell them to cut all bridges into the city and barricade all paths."


"Leave only the catacombs clear, and guard those heavily. No one unauthorized may leave or enter the city until the siege is over!"


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Whew! Now that was a big project. Built over the course of about three days, it is the largest moc I've posted on the 'pages. Others may have had more area, but this definitely has the most volume. It is heavy, even with a long cutaway! Oh, and did I mention I love it? This is the best rockwork I've done, but a long shot. It's cohesive, it's intense, it has color, minimal gaps, and is incredibly detailed. That's something I've noticed on a lot of rockwork - when people build it big, they just stack bricks. Maybe they add a little SNoT here and there, but for the most part they don't put too much thought or effort into it. On this build, I focused on everything, but the rockwork especially. I tried to make it interesting, and really worked hard to give it the right look. Apart from the side where I was practically out of pieces, I'm really proud of all the rockwork here. But enough about that. Let's delve into the build, shall we?


This shot really brings out the intensity of the rockwork.


"Flat" side.


"Main" side.


This section alone features 3 panels, one of which is practically invisible.


Here it is! The brown and the pieces around it are set at an angle, connected by a hinge and wedged between cheese slopes and inverted 2x3 slopes, both of which slope at the same angle.


Another is here--the chunk with the gaps around it. Also note the angle of this section. I used the same principle as on the panel below it--2x3 slopes to get the angle--but also SNoTed and complicated it. That was probably the hardest part of the build, getting all that to flow seamlessly.


First corner. I love this curvature!


The side, nothing too remarkably special. :P


Second corner--note that piece at the bottom set at a 45-degree angle. Again, same principle as before, just streamlined and with 2x2 slopes.


That panelwork on top I was talking about.



Some shots of the tree to show off the curves.


Parting shot from this section! Doesn't it look great with the tree in the background? :D


The other side. No, there are no light bleys here. Only dark greys/bleys and browns. The lighting messed that up. I'm not so proud of the rockwork here --I was extremely low on pieces at this point. Nonetheless, I was still able to incorporate some studs-to-the-side-SNoT, as seen to the left of the small tree.


The gorge. It was difficult to make everything look microscale here - even the rockwork at the bottom. I'm not sure I succeeded, but it looks good as itself anyway. :P


The river itself. Very pleasant coloring, especially next to that green.


The "posable" bridge. This was the very first design I made. It was going to be a prototype, but ended up becoming the final thing. :P


Very dilapidated, very creaky...


And very delicate.


I must improve this design; it's decent, but not fantastic. The gaps between the rungs ought to be smaller than the rungs themselves.


The other side, at which point I rediscovered some rock pieces, albeit not many, and was able to contrive some pretty decent designs.


My second use of the studs-to-the-side-SNoT technique, which was immeasurably helpful in breaking up the monotony of standard studs-up rockwork while helping me conserve pieces (by using otherwise unusable ones. :P)


The surface on the other side. Those rocks are a little pathetic, I know, but I couldn't help it. Time and piece constraints, you know... But hey, the path/dark tan section looks great, right? :P

(And hey, what's that thing at the bottom of the picture...?)


A little cutaway! Supposed to be a dead Rainosian, but there are no features that identify it as such. Oh well.

Originally, this was going to be a whole scene - the attempted assassination of Zimmerale, character of Shawn Gibson. Shawn was Adam's original opponent before life forced him to drop out. The scene didn't work, and I was running out of time, so I made this generic little thing. I still like it, though. :P


Let's not forget that tunnel cutaway! I really like the masonry here.


Top view


Me holding the build - that thing is big (at least by my collection's standards. :P)


Parting image!

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And there you have it, my friends! I'm really proud of this build and I hope you enjoyed viewing it as much as I loved building it!

Good luck Adam!



Comments

 I like it 
  August 23, 2014
Beautiful rockwork here.
 I like it 
  August 21, 2014
Hey Awesome Build! Can you please critique my rocks here http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=395107&id=/user_images/82143/1408396115m
 I like it 
  July 22, 2014
Very, very, VERY cool!! LOVE those rocks! Great work man!! Would you mind critiquing a couple builds of mine? Thanks man!! (http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/393030 AND http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/391044)
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  June 2, 2014
Quoting Armon Russ I've put this off way too long. Long enough to be stunned at 50+ likes. o.O Congrats btw. :D So, here we've got fantastic rockwork. On one side of that mountain anyway. The other doesn't look too shabby, though. And like Gilbert said, they do look straight. :P Plus, those trees protruding from the stone fit in perfectly with the scenery. And the FP is suprisingly good. Great landscaping down there. The rickety bridge seems a little too rickety for my taste, but it's fine the way it is. Small bridges are hard to put detail to after all. Now about the story . . . it felt 'not-up-to-your-speed' to me. Maybe rushed a little. Thought it could've used more work. But it was entertaining. Don't worry. :P Overall, very nice work!
Thanks for the feedback! Yes, the bridge definitely could have used refining, and I agree about the story - it was actually a prototype that I was going to add more to, but then ran out of time. I also had to modify the way some events played out due to the amount and types of the pictures taken. But yeah, it came out all right, if a little subpar.
 I like it 
  May 31, 2014
I've put this off way too long. Long enough to be stunned at 50+ likes. o.O Congrats btw. :D So, here we've got fantastic rockwork. On one side of that mountain anyway. The other doesn't look too shabby, though. And like Gilbert said, they do look straight. :P Plus, those trees protruding from the stone fit in perfectly with the scenery. And the FP is suprisingly good. Great landscaping down there. The rickety bridge seems a little too rickety for my taste, but it's fine the way it is. Small bridges are hard to put detail to after all. Now about the story . . . it felt 'not-up-to-your-speed' to me. Maybe rushed a little. Thought it could've used more work. But it was entertaining. Don't worry. :P Overall, very nice work!
 I like it 
  May 28, 2014
Great old bridge and tree work!
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  May 1, 2014
Quoting T. J. Pownell Very nice job! I can tell you put a lot of effort and time into that rockwork and it looks excellent. The path along the cliff looks really nice too. However, the brown pieces mixed into the rockwork were a bit of an eyesore, and even though you ran out of pieces on the one side, it still could use some work. The tree technique is not my favorite, but that is simply personal opinion… The bridge is rather mediocre, and the forced perspective is interesting at best. Still, this creation is excellent as a whole, Especially the rockwork. Congrats on all the likes!
Thanks TJ! Haha, everybody seems to hate the brown. I like it, though. :P But apart from that and the fact that I quite like the tree, yup yup yup! I agree. The bridge could use work, the chasm could use detail, and the rocks on the other side could use a complete redo. :P
 I like it 
  May 1, 2014
Very nice job! I can tell you put a lot of effort and time into that rockwork and it looks excellent. The path along the cliff looks really nice too. However, the brown pieces mixed into the rockwork were a bit of an eyesore, and even though you ran out of pieces on the one side, it still could use some work. The tree technique is not my favorite, but that is simply personal opinion… The bridge is rather mediocre, and the forced perspective is interesting at best. Still, this creation is excellent as a whole, Especially the rockwork. Congrats on all the likes!
 I made it 
  April 27, 2014
Quoting Stormjay Rider Nice job. Not a fan of the brown in the rockwork, though.
Thanks, and neither was Halhi. And I disagree with both of you. :P
 I like it 
  April 27, 2014
Nice job. Not a fan of the brown in the rockwork, though.
 I made it 
  April 25, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens The strangest part about this MOC is that the forced perspective looks great. It's readily apparent that there is a deep valley with a river and a green plain at the bottom with two mighty cliffs on either side. Then the mind kicks in - "Hold on, those cliff walls look pretty darn straight. If anything, they slope inwards as they approach the valley. How is it that the bottom is about a mile wide and the bridge up top is about twelve feet long?" Speaking of the bridge, I agree that it is pretty crude - if it was on its own, it wouldn't give me any idea of your true capabilities. It would also be nice if the bridge aligned with the path - I think you could have solved that problem and made the MOC look a deal more interesting by extending the bridge and putting it at an angle across the gorge.
Thanks, and ouch, haha, hadn't considered that. :P Something to keep in mind for the future, definitely. Yeah, the bridge I will be refining for sure. As for its placement, perhaps I could have done that. I kind of like it as it is, though; more difficult to reach and cross, plus the corner rockwork is some of my best and I wouldn't want that to be covered. :P
 I made it 
  April 24, 2014
Quoting Kermunklin the Giant Evil House Head Wow, that thing is super crazy awesome. I really like the dilapidated bridge and the tunnel with the masonry. Fantastic stonework all the way around. Cool story, very much like Dungeons and Dragons. I do have a stupid question though, what is an LOM?
Thanks man! Not a stupid question at all; I thought the same thing when getting into this genre. :P LOM stands for Lands of Mythron, which is a medieval role-playing game here on the 'pages. More can be found out here - http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/23851
 I made it 
  April 24, 2014
Quoting Stephen Boe Dude congrats on the win, the first 50, and the bloggage! *shakes hand*
Thanks! It indeed is quite the achievement for me. :P
  April 24, 2014
Dude congrats on the win, the first 50, and the bloggage! *shakes hand*
 I like it 
  April 23, 2014
Wow, that thing is super crazy awesome. I really like the dilapidated bridge and the tunnel with the masonry. Fantastic stonework all the way around. Cool story, very much like Dungeons and Dragons. I do have a stupid question though, what is an LOM?
 I made it 
  April 23, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode Or wait - does that annoy you? If so, I'll delete the comment.
Continued repeating likes would, yes. But this is just one and it was in the name of moving from 49 to the landmark 50, so I'm okay with it here. :P
 I made it 
  April 23, 2014
Whoa! 50, I never expected that! And blogged by TFOL world? Thanks so much guys!
  April 23, 2014
Congrats on the win!
  April 23, 2014
Hey! 50! Congrats Kai!
  April 23, 2014
Or wait - does that annoy you? If so, I'll delete the comment.
 I like it 
  April 23, 2014
50!! Nicely done Kai - you really deserve it!
 I like it 
  April 23, 2014
Wow man! You've really improved without a doubt! Well done!
 I like it 
  April 23, 2014
Definitely your best build yet Kai! Good luck! ~Zach
 I made it 
  April 23, 2014
Quoting Nanoc H beautiful, good luck
Thanks Nanoc!
 I made it 
  April 23, 2014
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Nice job! --Blast--
Thanks Blast! I need to catch up on your mocs...
 I made it 
  April 23, 2014
Quoting Asad . If you didn't already know, Thomas votes for you, and the other two judges are undecided. They are David FNJ and Brick.
Ah, cool. Thanks.
  April 23, 2014
If you didn't already know, Thomas votes for you, and the other two judges are undecided. They are David FNJ and Brick.
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
beautiful, good luck
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Nice job! --Blast--
 I made it 
  April 22, 2014
Quoting Finn tegotash Nice bridge!
Thanks Finn!
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  April 22, 2014
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga Wow! Terrific rockwork and detailing! I really like the narrowness and sense of danger in everything, too!
Thanks Thomas!
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Nice bridge!
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
The strangest part about this MOC is that the forced perspective looks great. It's readily apparent that there is a deep valley with a river and a green plain at the bottom with two mighty cliffs on either side. Then the mind kicks in - "Hold on, those cliff walls look pretty darn straight. If anything, they slope inwards as they approach the valley. How is it that the bottom is about a mile wide and the bridge up top is about twelve feet long?" Speaking of the bridge, I agree that it is pretty crude - if it was on its own, it wouldn't give me any idea of your true capabilities. It would also be nice if the bridge aligned with the path - I think you could have solved that problem and made the MOC look a deal more interesting by extending the bridge and putting it at an angle across the gorge.
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Wow! Terrific rockwork and detailing! I really like the narrowness and sense of danger in everything, too!
 I made it 
  April 22, 2014
Quoting David FNJ Fabulous natural landscaping with those rocks! :D
Thank you! :)
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  April 22, 2014
Quoting Dr. Monster Great scene. Impressive rockwork.
Thanks Dr. M. :P
 I made it 
  April 22, 2014
Quoting Justin Lego Brick Lotsa detail and story, great build!!
Thanks Justin!
 I made it 
  April 22, 2014
Quoting Stephen Boe 40! Cuz I feel like it!
:D Thanks man!
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
40! Cuz I feel like it!
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Fabulous natural landscaping with those rocks! :D
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Great scene. Impressive rockwork.
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Lotsa detail and story, great build!!
 I made it 
  April 22, 2014
Quoting Stephan N Absolutely fantastic mountain design. The bridge is also very cool. Lots of great ideas.
Thanks Stephan!
 I like it 
  April 22, 2014
Absolutely fantastic mountain design. The bridge is also very cool. Lots of great ideas.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Wow!! I love the rocks! Great story!!
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Halhi 141 #2
Ah. :P Yeah, #1 didn't seem likely at all...
  April 21, 2014
#2
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Halhi 141
Pardon? :P Does this mean you're at a loss for words, just don't feel like typing a long comment, or a long comment is in the making?
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Tim S Nice job on the rockwork! I feel like the quality degraded somewhat at the front compared to the back, but overall, really well done! Love the bridge as well!
Thanks Tim! That it did, as my rock pieces were severely depleted by that point. I just hope the build's other aspects make up for it. :P
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Mr. Cab Wow. Great job! I can tell that you ran out of pieces towards the end, and the build does look a little strange in that way, but the section where the Rainosians came up the path is fantastic. Also, the catacomb cutaway is really nice, and not to forget the bridge. I just wish you had had more rockwork pieces... Best of luck against Adam!
Thanks! I'm glad /someone/ actually read the text, or at least deduced something from the images. :P
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting David . Big... Should I take a picture with me holding my Pirates Haven? :P Nice build the rock-work and masonry are awesome! The catacombs are neat as well. The fp river doesn't really work too well though... If it was a bit taller, it would be much better.
Well, big for me and my measly collection. :P But go ahead! Thanks, and I agree about the river.
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Adam Brunsting Nice build. I don't really like the FP though. It just doesn't click for me.
Yeah, I agree. I wanted to put down micro-trees to show the scale, but from above it would just look like a bunch of holes in the ground. Cones, you know...
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting A M Great job! The trees are awesome, and the rockwork is very well-done! Nice story, too--didn't see that one coming!
Thanks man! I'm glad the story turned out okay. :P
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Professor B. You've got some great rock work going on there! Especially in this picture! http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=386562&id=/user_images/92518/13981153971 This rock work, http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=386562&id=/user_images/92518/13981153982 however, is not at the same level. It looks like you didn't put as much time into it as you did the other side. But a good MOC overall. Nice bridge.
Thanks Prof! Yeah, I ran out of pieces there and the result is painfully visible.
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Gabe Murray I like it! The outlaw commander has the same shirt as my character Lord Barnabas... Did you get them from the bricktober promotion?
Thanks Gabe! You know, I'm not sure where it came from. A lot of my pieces were from friends who grew out of LEGO (inconceivable) and I got that torso from one. I think it just came with a Pirates set.
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting ~ Brick Rockwork=Epic FP River=blocky
I agree on both. Perhaps wedge plates would have worked better; that never occurred to me at the time... :S
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting JP Creations Amazing forced perspective! Great job.
Thanks!
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  April 21, 2014
Quoting The Object of Legend Wow, wow those rocks, wow, wow the bridge, wow, wow, wow, wow!
Haha, thanks OoL!
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  April 21, 2014
Quoting clayton Marchetti Awesome storyline! Excellent rock work. I really like that rickety old Bridge fantastic work . My favorite part was when the outlaw commanders sword was falling to the river below. That was a brilliant forced prospective shot. Amazing entry!
Thanks! I'm glad that shot worked out; it took a lot to get the camera to focus on the sword.
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting George Marshall Looking great buddy! Everything looks awesome as usual, so great job!
Thanks man!
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Graham Gidman Wow, extremely impressive! I love the rocks and the cutaway!
Thanks graham!
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  April 21, 2014
Quoting Benhamin Eukatah Yes I root for you possibly... And?
Thanks! And...and what?
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Alex Rode One side of the rocks is good, but the other side is just fantastic. You got the colors perfect and textures as well. Really amazing work - I don't see how you couldn't win.
Thanks! I'll try not to get cocky. :P
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Stephen Boe Awesome! Very intensely detailed rockwork! The cutaway is also very kewl. Great action too! I'm rooting for you!
Thanks Stephen!
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Lindel Baskin Excellent work, Kai! The rockwork is fantastic, as is the rickety bridge. I love the story too.
Thanks Lindel!
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  April 21, 2014
Quoting Chi Warrior Second! The rocks are fantastic and the entire build itself is amazing! Good luck! I'm rooting for ya!
Thanks! :D
 I made it 
  April 21, 2014
Quoting Ian ... Good job! that rockwork is great.
Thanks man!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Nice job on the rockwork! I feel like the quality degraded somewhat at the front compared to the back, but overall, really well done! Love the bridge as well!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Wow. Great job! I can tell that you ran out of pieces towards the end, and the build does look a little strange in that way, but the section where the Rainosians came up the path is fantastic. Also, the catacomb cutaway is really nice, and not to forget the bridge. I just wish you had had more rockwork pieces... Best of luck against Adam!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Big... Should I take a picture with me holding my Pirates Haven? :P Nice build the rock-work and masonry are awesome! The catacombs are neat as well. The fp river doesn't really work too well though... If it was a bit taller, it would be much better.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Nice build. I don't really like the FP though. It just doesn't click for me.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Great job! The trees are awesome, and the rockwork is very well-done! Nice story, too--didn't see that one coming!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
You've got some great rock work going on there! Especially in this picture! http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=386562&id=/user_images/92518/13981153971 This rock work, http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=386562&id=/user_images/92518/13981153982 however, is not at the same level. It looks like you didn't put as much time into it as you did the other side. But a good MOC overall. Nice bridge.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
I like it! The outlaw commander has the same shirt as my character Lord Barnabas... Did you get them from the bricktober promotion?
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Rockwork=Epic FP River=blocky
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Amazing forced perspective! Great job.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Wow, wow those rocks, wow, wow the bridge, wow, wow, wow, wow!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Awesome storyline! Excellent rock work. I really like that rickety old Bridge fantastic work . My favorite part was when the outlaw commanders sword was falling to the river below. That was a brilliant forced prospective shot. Amazing entry!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Looking great buddy! Everything looks awesome as usual, so great job!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Wow, extremely impressive! I love the rocks and the cutaway!
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  April 21, 2014
Yes I root for you possibly... And?
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  April 21, 2014
One side of the rocks is good, but the other side is just fantastic. You got the colors perfect and textures as well. Really amazing work - I don't see how you couldn't win.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Awesome! Very intensely detailed rockwork! The cutaway is also very kewl. Great action too! I'm rooting for you!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Excellent work, Kai! The rockwork is fantastic, as is the rickety bridge. I love the story too.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Second! The rocks are fantastic and the entire build itself is amazing! Good luck! I'm rooting for ya!
 I like it 
  April 21, 2014
Good job! that rockwork is great.
 
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