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.
John Tooker built a micro Barbican as part of a collaborative for Brickworld 2017. The cool tree techniques and bricks with axle holes make for a neat build.
Andrew Tate used a castle theme as the backdrop of a mini golf MOC. The challenging course (at least for me!) has holes on two levels, but the most fun a Minifig can have is admiring all of the castle details.
André Blix rendered a beautiful winter time castle. The complex has a church, dining hall and gatehouse, among other buildings. The castle also includes a rotating Christmas tree.
Too often we build models for ourselves, but not for our Minifigs! Kale Frost provided nanoscale model for Minifigs, which are quite tiny but provide big fun for the figs. The models include the Temple of Airjitsu, Disney Castle, and a castle.
ilive built an impressive Medieval village. The layout consists of several unique buildings, including a castle, watch tower and tourist building.
I have seen several models of Neuschwanstein Castle, but never this tiny! rangerrascal's nanoscale model maximizes piece usage by using grille tiles grooves and windows, as well as other techniques.
Ymarilego's Castle Rock was loosely inspired from the infamous Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. Castle Rock is built atop a round base and packs a lot of punch (in terms of landscape and castle details) in a small model.
For the final round of the Middle Earth LEGO Olympics jsnyder002 modeled Minas Morgul, the fortress of the Witch King in the Lord of the Rings. As the work of jsnyder002 is always exceptional, Minas Morgul proves no exception.