Tag Archives: mark of falworth

This massive LEGO castle is full of little details to keep you coming back

LEGO Builder Mark of Falworth is no stranger to The Brothers Brick and shows no signs of stopping. His latest castle creation is titled “Storst Castle”, and there’s a lot to unpack. It’s one thing to craft a large-scale LEGO castle, but it’s an entirely different thing to incorporate it into a lush setting including an idyllic pasture, water, and an active underground hill. I love builds like this that have a grand scale, yet also have little stories playing out. It will pay to take your time to really dig into all the little details on this huge diorama.

Storst Castle

Continue reading

A month of Mark – LEGO Castle models by Mark of Falworth

I’m not sure how he does it (short of a Time-turner), but Mark of Falworth is one of the most prolific LEGO Castle builders on Flickr. Doing so is pretty normal during major contests, like the Colossal Castle Contest, for which Mark won the Master Builder title this year. But the end of the contest didn’t stop Mark from building, and he sometimes posts substantial scenes and dioramas day after day. Mark seems to have been particular busy this April.

Here’s Mark’s latest, a tall tower on a seaside cliff titled “The Battle of Drearcliff Pass.” Notice the different layers in the dirt and rock:

The Battle of Drearcliff Pass

In reverse-chronological order, here are the other LEGO Castle builds Mark has posted so far this month.

(LCC) The Mission of a Lifetime (LCC) Treasure?... Ho hum.

(LCC) Through the plains of Loreos Achilles vs Hector

The Siege of Troy (main)

Mark certainly didn’t start being prolific a few weeks ago, so be sure to check out his photostream on Flickr for more.