Medieval castles are an inseparable part of any fantasy book. Whether it’s high or low, magical or not, steampunk, industrial or barbaric, eventually, you will come across a big, architecturally magnificent piece of human masonry, woodwork and physics that goes against all logic. Which is totally cool, because you’re not there to admire realism, you’re there to admire ancient buildings created by a bygone races exactly 3,000 years ago. Or something. So how about some castles?
One of my many, many hobbies is creating 3D art, castles included. Thus, therefore, concordingly, ergo, Matrix style, here’s a bunch of images of various castles designs I created in SketchUp and then rendered in Kerkythea. They do not serve any higher purpose, but they might be an inspiration for your next literary work, hence books. And that answers the question, why are we discussing castles in the first place? If you like, comment away. Anyhow, there’s more yonder, at Dedoimedo, in the 3D art section. Browse and enjoy. That would be all.