Project: Westcourt Kingdom

Last blogging year, the first creation that I posted was Camelot. This year, my first post will again be Camelot, but with a twist:

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To celebrate the blog reaching a 1 year milestone, I’m beginning a new project. This is going to be a modular micro kingdom. It is composed of modules with side lengths that are multiples of six:

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Each module has three components; the scene, some form of identifier, and a native minifigure. For instance, Redbrick Abby has a church, a cross, and an abbot:

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As these are modular, each base has equally spaced Technic axle holes so that it can connect to any other, in any arrangement:

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This is the first part in a series of modules that I will be building, and the ultimate goal is to fill an entire 4 foot shelf in my room. It is not the loftiest of goals, but it is what my parts collection will allow for right now:

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As a note, credit for the design of the lovely little trees goes to Christian, author of the blog Little Brick Root. Great trees, Christian!

Here is each module:

Camelot:

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Redbrick Abby:

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Gold Mine:

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Mountain Fortress:

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Serpent Castle:

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I already have the next set of modules built and will be posting them next week!

Until then, have a good one!

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