viracocha

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  1. Christmas Eve. ... The opposite of New Years: It is the time of year for family reunions, for Yule logs and trees blazing for gifts, and for the eating of special foods and the drinking of special drinks. It is the personal time, rather than the social time; it is the time of focusing upon self and family, rather than society at large; it is the time of rimed windows, star-coated angels, of burning bushes, captured rainbows, of fat Santas with two pairs of trousers (because the youngsters who sit upon their laps are easily awed); and the time of cathedral windows, blizzards, carols, bells, manger scenes, season's greetings from those far removed (even if they live but a short distance away), of broadcast Dickens and holly and candles, of poinsettia and evergreen, of snowbanks, firs, spruces, pines, of the Bible and Medieval England, of "What Child is This?" and "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem," of the birth and the promise, the light in the darkness; the time, and the time to be, the feeling before the realization, the realization before the happening, the trafficking of red and green, the changing of the year's guard, of tradition, loneliness, sympathy, empathy, sentimentality, singing, faith, hope, charity, love, desire, aspiration, fear, fulfillment, realization, faith, hope, death; a time of the gathering together of stones and the casting away of stones, of embracing, getting, losing, laughing, dancing, mourning, rending, silence, speaking, death, and not speaking. It is a time to break down and a time to build up, a time to plant, and a time to pluck that which is planted... Roger Zelazny
  2. [MOC] Modern Art: QR&PR

    Thanks! Why don't you just try to scan it?
  3. MOC: Hussar

    Thank you! Glad that you like it! Thanks! To be honest I have a couple of tan skeletons but can't remember where I've got them. May be you mean pelisse, a similar coat as dolman but with fur trimming, usually worn slung over the left shoulder. In the base I have used brackets like this.
  4. MOC: Hussar

    Meet the brave hussar the latest figure from our historical series! Hussar by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Historical warriors Legionnaire Musketeer Hussar
  5. Roman Portrait

    Like black and white photography from antiquity!
  6. [MOC] Sunglasses

    Nice glasses! Poor that we have no your photo with it put on.
  7. MOC: Veni, Vidi, Vici

    I have published the design on LEGO Ideas, please support. Thank you very much!
  8. Musketeer of the military household of the King of France À la guerre comme à la guerre by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Historical warriors Legionnaire Musketeer Hussar
  9. MOC: Veni, Vidi, Vici

    Veni, vidi, vici by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Historical warriors Legionnaire Musketeer Hussar
  10. MOC: Shadows of the rain

    Thank you Oliver! Glad that you like it. I wanted to build something simple and impresive in the spirit of surrealism, something like paintings by René Magritte . For the paving I've used this part Thanks kreimkoek, me too!
  11. MOC: Shadows of the rain

    My artwork in surrealistic manner. To my wife, my muse and my critic. Shadows of the rain by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Shadow people. Wet Town.
  12. Time loop

    Soon I'll have to go to the past to find one petty hooligan - the danger of cats and pigeons, and send his wild energy into the right direction. I need to close this time loop, otherwise he will not become the builder vir-a-cocha, whom you know. Time loop by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr
  13. [MOC] Somebody with wings

    Why somebody? Let it be Icarus. Well done!