my feedback about Lands of Eldeyan 14:
This world has hold what the pictures promised. First of all the things I explored were the to towns/castles and the forest in between the two of them, please tell me if there is something sagnificent I didn't get.
I was pretty amazed by the accuracy you brought with that world. The castle and the town both bring the feeling of the narrow streets and the feeling of a middle-aged settlement. Although there are some parts like the really deep pool on the second level in one of your houses or the sometimes missing interior I really liked the details you added somewhere else instead, like the wonderful windmill or the market square and the harbour.
The outside appearances of your townwalls and the castles appear very majestic and indeed look good. The inside is done quite beautiful as you thought about where to place what carefully and added different things so that it's worth exploring each room (-> hidden things).
But my favourite part of your world has been the forest with all those obvoius tree houses and some other more hidden things like the room under the waterfall or the cave with the connection to the red castle. The view you give us from the treehouses is great and I also like the nature which is placed sometimes dirty but the way where to walk is signed very well: not too obvious, but clear. The amount of trees in the forest is good as well.
The things I'd improve: In my opinion you are a very experienced builder and there a few things you can add or do better. The first thing is that I'd be happy to see more interior in the some (so far) empty houses of your blue roofed town. Furthermore you have to take a look at the green portal again, as the connection doesn't work.
In the future I am looking forward to see more if your world because it gives us a beautiful building style, the narrow feeling in the streets which is typical for the middle ages, and last but not least many hidden experiences!
I hope you liked my feedback and know that your world should definetly be suggested for the poplist, as I think it is amongst the best three middle-aged worlds I've seen so far and maybe the best one soon (depending on your building progress ;-) )