Jack O' Lanter kneeling before a grave, honoring a love one who has passed.
About this creation
Just to sort of start off, I built this a long time ago, I think almost a year now. I'm sort of a procrastinator though, but I finally took some pictures of this build. This was a test for floating rocks (which are a large part in my universe), and I think it turned out pretty successfully. The top is as bit bland because I just needed to put something on there. I decided on a grave with one of my favorite characters, Jack O' Lanter, kneeling before it. Why is he kneeling at this grave in particular? You'll probably find out at some point (the title is a big hint), anyhow, pictures.
Above are a few pictures focusing on the top of the rock, like the trees, the figure, the... other rock on the rock... But, yeah, it's snowing! Snow is always a fun thing to include, especially when you're lazy like me and all it takes is slapping a couple of white plates down. Moving on.
Above: These are mainly pictures of the rock. I was going to use SNOT, but instead used the slopes that slope down with the studs on top. It was sort of a long process digging through my previously-unorganized Lego boxes, but it was still a good time. The sound of Lego's clattering against eachother is just music to my ears.
Above: A couple pictures of Jack O' Lanter himself with his mask and hat on, no longer kneeling so no reason to have them off. The mask has in a way become his face; it's been years since he's shown anyone his face below, though he considers the mask his true face.