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  1. vitreolum

    Zoya's Moving Cottage

    Gravity no longer agrees with them since the mutation fattened them up. :)) They were a last minute addition, mainly used them because they add a nice touch of color and texture to the base.
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    Zoya's Moving Cottage

    Zoya's Moving Cottage by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
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    Tiny Furniture

    Tiny Furniture by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Jungle Ruins

    Jungle Ruins by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
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    Leftover from 'ween, wanted to do a Buffy build, but I got distracted with other stuff. I like the hair too much to just scrape it, so I made this instead. Cheerleader by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
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    Vampire Mistress

    Vampire Mistress by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
  7. Hotel Transylvania - Drac & Mavis by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
  8. Hotel Transylvania - Wolf, Frank & Mummy by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
  9. vitreolum

    [MOC] Jack Sparrow Bust

    No full body; that was the plan, but I messed up the proportions. This is as far as I got with it before giving up: Sparrow Full by Midas Touch, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Fountain of Youth

    This was supposed to be a much bigger build, but I wasn't able to complete it. It was getting to big to be able to do the water. The second image is a wip of what I was going for. Fountain of Youth by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
  11. vitreolum

    Is there a 'medieval-punk?'

    Basically, in order to make it appear medieval instead of victorian (or just out of place) you need to disguise it as a medieval design. Definitely not clockwork mechanisms, those are a staple of steampunk - rather chains and wagon wheels. Simple and rough looking mechanism - basically the opposite of ornate and lavish things you'd associate with steampunk. Think of medieval tools and designs that could be used to achieve what you want. To give a random example, if you were to make a steampunk laptop, you'd disguise it into a victorian music box casing or something like that. If you want to go medieval on it, it becomes much trickier since the gap is a lot bigger. I can't think of anything on the spot that would be a good match. But, since these sets are fantasy medieval, anything is game really, so you don't necessarily need to bother making big alterations.. A victorian looking contraption in a witches' lab is not an uncommon sight.
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    [MOC] Jack Sparrow Bust

    Jack Sparrow Bust by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
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    Baldur's Gate 2 ToB

    A failed attempt at recreating the bg2 logo; not only I didn't have the dk orange parts to make the background right (and it just didn't look right to me with a different color), all the light bricks I have had different levels of drained batteries and I ended up with different glowing eyes. :)) Baldur's Gate 2 ToB by Letranger Absurde, on Flickr
  14. vitreolum

    [MOC] Greek Temple

    This is great, I really like the "growing" statues and the roof. Great interior detailing as well.
  15. vitreolum

    Boba Fett

    No instructions, sorry.