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Log Entry, Captain Benjamin Morgan, Isla Del Diablo

Bit by bit the dense jungle reveals more grisly secrets. My men were exploring the edge of the pristine boondocks, where the slander palm trees slowly begin to make way for larger exotic trees, when they discovered an ancient weathered shrine. With faces pale and a cold shiver running down their spine they stared at two strangely deformed heads, parched but not rotten, with their lids and mouths sewn up. The most curious aspect of these is their size; they are shrunken to miniatures. Did they belong to an unknown race of dwarves? Or was it black magic, lurking in the deep of this diabolic forest? And the most important yet most fearsome question: Who was it that did this godless atrocity to those poor souls?

I see myself forced to lead an expedition into the unholy heart of this mystery one day. Something menacing is lurking in the shadows of Isla Del Diablo...

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I'm going to license this as small cultural property. I found it far better fitting for a cutthroat pirate island than some kind of high cultural building in a pirate town. Also I finally wanted to do the name of this jungle justice :pir-blush:

Thanks for looking!

Edited by Jacob Nion

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The use of the weequay (sic) heads for a nice choice. I also liked the skinny palm trees; did you run a hose tube bit through them to get the arc while keeping them solid?

Not sure about the robot arms plant though. I thought it was a giant spider for a second.

But most importantly, Meloche approves of spooky jungle altars of sacrifice as cultural properties whole hardily! jollyroger.gif

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That gnarled old tree is just fantastic, as is the shape of that shrine! Great texture with the vegetation as well!

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Erm...WOW?? I particularly like the tree on the left with the pink flowers and the awesome-awesome trunk!

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A very gruesome but fitting cultural build for an island named isle de Diablo. I wish the expedition luck, may they come back a live and sane.

On the build, great job on the vegetation and the texturing of the ground. The minifigure posing is also well done.

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