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My new custom lego minifigure – Soul Taker. Soul Eater is found in cult games and pearls of modern fantasy worlds such as Diablo, Skyrim, Dragon Age, Warcraft, Lineage and many others. Lasting the uncountable millennia, calming down, again inflaming in the new worlds, eternal war of forces of Light and Darkness, Angels and Demons, the Order and Chaos leads to emergence of the opponents much surpassing ordinary soldiers on both parties. Certainly, one of such generations of forces of Darkness is Soul Taker. Ordinary people are not lucky to live in the middle of this war in a hearth of never-ending battle. In attempts to survive or for the sake of finding of power some of them sign the contract with Darkness forces and come over to the side of the Evil, having started practicing dark magic. In a fantasy Universe of Lego Custom Undead Soul Taker comes to the world of living by killing his reviver – the Dark Wizard. Having taken control of the book of Soul Eater and also several artifacts which the Dark Wizard collected during the wanderings and search, Soul Eater begins the way in the world of the living with one purpose – to make this world the dead. Clever, cunning and artful, Soul Eater mastered a way allowing to release the opponent's soul and then to absorb her. It is difficult to stop Soul Eater who aimed at the enemy. Having chosen the victim, he promptly starts the feast. With his spells he practically immobilizes the victim, causes it severe physical and intolerable emotional pain. And then, when the victim is weakened, he takes away her soul, fills up the magic force and comes back to catacombs to continue his magic rituals. The Soul Taker custom minifigure can be twisted from all sides on my small YouTube Channel.
Hi, first week of December was "The Witcher Collaboration" week! Each day we were publishing a scene based on another story from "The Last Wish". There you can see the effect of our collab.Every photo is a link to author's gallery. The Witcher by Dominik Stasiak A Grain of Truth by BardJaskier The Lesser Evil by Crises_crs A Question of Price by Sirius The Edge of the World by Jan T. The Last Wish by LL The Voice of Reason by Liwnik The poster with all MOCs
Keen to the scent, the hunt is my muse A means to an end this path that I choose Lost and aloof are the loves of my past Wake the White Wolf! Remembrance at last. Miracle of Sound — Wake The White Wolf [Render] Geralt of Rivia by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also now have a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
Hi all! I wanted to share three custom figures I made and posted previously to Flickr. The first is a minifig recreation of an English soldier from the Battle of Azincourt, 1415. I made sure that all his gear was used by both English infantry and archers on the field. He sports a shortsleeved gambeson (red) and a brigandine (white). Gambesons were heavily padded defensive jackets, often quilted, and brigandines were close-fitting vests with series of steel plates riveted to the inside. The hand-and-a-half or "bastard" sword is homemade using various parts of plastic. Next is a German knight from 1272 AD. This knight wears a Templar's Helm, a style of Great Helm or heaume. Under this is a hauberk, a mail tunic which often extended over the head (or onto a metal skullcap worn beneath the great helm) and hands and hung down to the knee. His legs were protected by chausses, mail leggings, and leather thigh padding which was the ancestor of cuisse armor. Over all of this was a surcoat (green) with belt and scabbard. He carries an arming sword, a single-handed versatile sword of Viking origin, and a classic heater shield. To save space on this post, here is a link to a secondary photo where he is not wearing the surcoat!: https://www.flickr.c...eposted-public/ Last is my proudest. This figure is modeled on a soldier from the fictional country of Aedirn from The Witcher series, but the designers for that game were on-point with their historical accuracy, so all of his gear is very realistic. In fact, the helmet is modeled after a real Burgundian helmet from around the 1470s that is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and I modeled the gloves after recreations of brigandine gloves found in the Battle of Visby (1365) excavations. Thanks for reading! Click on any of those pictures to see more complete descriptions on Flickr!