Pint-sized castle packed with style

It can be a challenge to find a unique perspective on capturing some of the things that make a good castle work on a small scale. But I think this model by Dwalin Forkbeard really nails it. To begin with, the multi-angled rockwork and landscape is an excellent rendition of techniques more commonly seen on a much larger scale.

Microcastle

Using loosely connected plates curved into an arched bridge is genius, and the wooden window shutter makes the perfect gate door. The fact that each tower is a different size and the combination of stone and wood create a neat effect as well. And did you notice the minifigure helmet as a roof of that interior tower?

1 comment on “Pint-sized castle packed with style

Leave a Reply