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Thread: April/May 2011 Lite Challenge Entry - Church of Odin

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    Noticed some strange artefacts in the balcony and could not leave it alone. Inserted some bolts.

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    Im glad I dropped out.. Couldn't of beaten this.

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    The bolts are a very cool touch. Nice work.
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    It's very well drawn, but not very realistic. An orbital installation wouldn't be shaped like a church; especially the windows/holes are very odd.

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    You are right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troedel View Post
    You are right.
    It's still quite cool, and very well drawn. Good luck at the polls!

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    Really, who cares if it's realistic? It's awesome! The bolts are indeed a nice touch, and I like the slightly blotchy stencil lettering. Very fitting.

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    The engineers on this project were clearly told that the bosses needed something that would let them "go medieval" on the enemy, and they just took it overly literally.

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    Pretty cool if you ask me. War hammer 40k has cruisers shaped like cathedrals and it works so I have no problems with this design. Perfect for a militaristic theological society!
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    Wow, this is really good Troedel, I agree with Mearrin and Seraphine, in a fantasy setting you have more creative liberty with your architectural choices. So I wouldn't worry too much that the blending of historical architectural design would seem odd in or own world; it might be right at home in another.

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