A few days ago we looked at the building process for my Japanese Fortress; now let’s take a closer look at the creation itself!
I started to build with the cracked stonework for the base very definitely in mind. In fact, that’s pretty much the highlight of this project, as it uses some complicated techniques, taking into account the tiny off-sets of some of the smallest LEGO pieces. Besides, the stonework is angled slightly, which adds another dimension!
Good morning folks! Here I am, Guy Mock,* ready to walk you through the building process for Geneva’s latest creation, a Japanese Fortress.
*MOC, often pronounced mock, stands for My Own Creation
The fortress was modeled off the official LEGO set pictured below. Likely Geneva chose this one because she figured it had nowhere to go but up.
And before we begin following the building process, here’s a shot of the final result to whet your appetite.
So what are we waiting for? Let’s get building!