D2C Contest: Professor Hale's Oasis Hacienda
Posted 26 April 2011 - 10:09 PM
Dead as Cameron in DD and Shadow's Aperture Academy
Posted 26 April 2011 - 10:11 PM
That's a big mistake!
Posted 26 April 2011 - 10:52 PM
Murdered Day 8 as former Armed Forces member and Spider ward member Dudley Eisenhower in Def's Doctor Bloodbrick's Asylum.-Insane
Thank you Jebediahs for that great paper doll!
Died as Congressman Aide Maxwell Touns in Bob's Red Scare Mystery-Town
Died as Pub Owner Mrs. Le Goninja in Def's The Coming Darkness-Town
Died as Pet Store owner Jack Montgomery in Bob's Suburbia
Currently playing as the 40 year old teller Richard Sexton in Hinckley's Red Moon Two!
Posted 30 April 2011 - 09:48 PM
My yet to be photographed entry is located in an oasis too, but I'm afraid it won't stand a chance against yours.
The modularity is great and you achieve to give an oasis feel with a quite small area (foutain and tree) .
Good luck in the contest!
The color scheme is immediately pleasant to the eye and the smoothness of the facade is akin to hacienda architecture! The oasis is a very neat touch to augment the feel of a refreshing spot in the desert. What really knocks it out of the park for me is the interior: So much thought about art and functionality has gone into the layout which looks like a functioning and livable environment for the professor to inhabit. From his office with the small bookshelf to the kitchen with the corner sink, to the epic stairwell complete with trophies from archeological expeditions, this is a very tidy and very pleasant build! You should revel in the glory of this work!
Good luck in the contest although I know this entry will do quite well!
One of the best custom sets I ever saw! I would totally buy this!
I love all the details! the waterfall! the lightbrick in the fireplace! and the bookcase!
I would buy this set without hesitation.
Good luck in the contest.
Posted 11 September 2012 - 03:30 PM
What a cool house!
The clay tile roof and tile floor of the front porch are lovely.
Wish they had had a house set like this in this theme because the Moorish parts and colors make it quite catching.
Another masterful job with so many fine touches! Keep up the fine work!
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