I finally got to it, here's Villainous Vignettes, part 2.
About this creation
This is Rutt's vignette.
Nothing too special here.
This is Rutt, Rutt was born in Germany, and at his first hunting lesson, he began to admire the sport of hunting....a little too much...He got bored of how "safe" hunting in his backyard woods was, and began to stray into other properties. First his neighbors cows began to show up groaning, with a large gash in it's side, in the shape of a circle. Rutt became older, and with his new found strength and foolhardy determination, he felt he could take on more dangerous situations. And one day, he killed and skinned king's bear on the King's land. He was charged of poaching and was sentenced to a public hanging. Rutt ran for his life, and has been on the move since then, lviging off poached and hunted animals.
Here is Devante's vignette.
I'm guessing he's at a fair, or a carnival, quite a perfect place for an assassination.
This is Devante's victim, the unsuspecting, and quite elderly, ex-soldier Doston Elblin.
This is Devante. Devante was once a simple 23-year Spaniard soldier, fighting for the country he adored to much. But when the British invaded his country (I know it didn't happen, this is fiction here) and slayed his family in a rampage in his town, Devante could never forgive himself for how he hadn't been there to protect his innocent family from the grip of death. Devante was devastated, and rustled his way through the rough treks of the world until he reached England. He took up a life of thievery and assassination, wishing so ever to kill the English soldier that killed his family and destroyed his life. He feels that every time he kills another former soldier, he gets closer to finding that last one...
This is Adda's vignette. A vignette of the far south.
I had some fun with SNOT here, creating an ice-hole effect.
Here's the ice hole.
This is Adda, a fierce and lethal woman of tough mind and physical abilities. Adda was raised calmly in the Antarctic by her father Agnar and her mother Biina. When she grew old enough, she was put to the ultimate test, he had to say goodbye to her family forever. All families are forced to go through this ritual. Their sons and daughters are cast off to make a home and life of their own. Adda quickly met up with another man, Antuut, and they soon fell in love. Both being nearly 20 years of age, they decided to spend their lives together. But two years into their marriage, Adda caught Antuut with another women who was far younger and prettier than herself. Adda didn't become mad, she took it as a fact, and knew that if this was to happen, her and Antuut were simply not meant for each other, and that she would find another man. She threw herself back into the harsh landscape, and now lives as a nomad, living off the harsh environment.
Well, that's that. The stories really sucked me dry, I was really struggling to find a good plot by the last one. But I made it! I feel I didn't work particularly hard on Rutt's vignette, I threw it together in a matter of minutes. Where I spent much for time (whether it does or doesn't look like it) on the other two.
I do have some fantastic new MOCs coming up, and the next should be up sometime during the weekend. I have about 6 upcoming creations waiting in a line in my room. Anyways, I hoped you enjoyed the vignettes and the stories. Grazie! And thanks for checking it out!
Quoting Master N the Making
The other woman part.Please answer my previous question.Also,why does that creation make you wince?
-About the other woman part: I don't quite see how it's perverted. The guy and the other girl were taking a walk together, obviously in love. I personally, don't view that as perverted, but anyways, this is too much fuss to make over something so little.
-About the previous question, did you mean the catch phrase thing? If you did...I'm not quite sure...I didn't know people had catchphrases...but umm...How about "You have just be Mastered"? Ah, I;m not too good at this.
-About the creation, it was a partly joking statement. And having to explain it takes the humor out of it, but what I meant was how I was being apparently eaten but that tentacly thing (and tentacles are one of my least favorite thing).
I hope that answers all, I do have quite a few MOcs lined up I have to post, but maybe once I'm done with those, I could start out the joint project, to give you time and stuff. Anyways, before I take up too much space (which I already did) I hope things bode well for you. :)
Quoting Master N the Making
It all looked good,except that last ones story.It sounds completely realistic,but for a 13-year-old it sounds a little perverted.Sway on back over to the safe side of Mocpages,my friend.
I actually don't understand why it sounds perverted. And if it does, I most certainly wasn't trying to be crude or vulgar in any way, trust me. D'you think you could tell me which part is kinda of inappropriate? I'll try to fix it. And it's fine that the project isn't coming along so fast. I have plenty of time, and there's no deadline. So good luck with the progression.
Well,that project is not coming along so good.Unless you want to pay to have several pounds of red bricks shipped to my house,I do not think it will come along.See,I am trying to build a monestary and have the first part Johnny Quest themed,but I dont have enough red bricks,so I will probably go with something else,I don't have enough time either,but it will get done.But enough of my whining!It all looked good,except that last ones story.It sounds completely realistic,but for a 13-year-old it sounds a little perverted.Sway on back over to the safe side of Mocpages,my friend.OH!What should my catch phrase be?I got to have a good catch phrase with a name like mine.One more thing,will you enter my Vindico Contest?It should not be that hard for you if you are preoccupied.Mas terN theM akin g's! :-)
Quoting AMT Guardian of Earth
also, if you haven't seen i made a how-to for poof and such, so if you haven't had time to check it out i advise you to know :). again, great work and can't wait for the weekend!
awesome vignettes, and some very interesting stories. not sure i can say which one i like the most. great work on all three and can't wait to see your upcoming mocs. also, if you haven't seen i made a how-to for poof and such, so if you haven't had time to check it out i advise you to know :). again, great work and can't wait for the weekend!