Eggy Pop re-photoshopped a four year old model of Castle Dracula. The new images use super secret techniques but really makes for a well designed photo. Despite the relative tree scale, the size of the castle is fairly tall as the trees are Giant Redwood Sequoias.
Eggy Pop returned to building by constructing Castle Pyke from Game of Thrones. The castle sits atop "the fingers" which depict a hand emerging from the sea.
Azurekingfisher built a lovely castle with three towers. Each tower varies and height and design, but are tied together by the dark blue roof and arch windows.
Brick Knight built a wonderful classic castle. The style is a throwback to a simpler time in LEGO, but with a more updated, interesting design.
Koen's latest project is the infamous Barad-dûr from the Lord of the Rings. The fortress uses 6300 piece and is surrounded by sunken lava (a great effect achieved by transparent orange elements).
Natali Damin built the ultimate magical castle in about 3000 pieces. The castle has many rooms; a dining room, kitchen, bedroom and treasury. There's even a cool backstory which can you check out by clicking on a picture below.
Anton Sundström recreated the castle from the video game "Castlevania", home of Count Dracula. The castle includes several features from the animated version, including the chapel, gardens, dungeon and clocktower.
SEBASTIAN-Z built a series of Game of Thrones inspired vignettes. The modules in order are entitled Ned vs Jamie, Castle Black, North of the Wall and No One.
alego alego built an eerily beautiful micro castle. Despite its small size the right use of unique parts makes for a really cool model.
soccersnyderi posted a month old creation of a micro castle. Steinn Fortress is set in a winter season, and uses a lot of round technic elements to achieves towers in the castle.