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Northern Cave Elf- Iluvatarus erectus; reconstruction. On loan from Norte Prehistoric Research Institute; displayed in "Rise of Elves" gallery at Arthur C. Rowan Museum of Natural History, New Falmor, Austrelion. Photo credit: Arthur C. Rowan Museum. February 15, 832 AU
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In R2 of the Tourney, Gilbert Despathens mentioned cave elves with regards to the ancient Lands of Mythron. When I was fiddling with some new fig parts the other night, I realized that the heads of the Hobbit dwarves underneath their beards look more like the caveman stereotype than any of the official fig faces from TLG. Combine it with the elf hair and a nice kilt- perfect! Basically, this is a showcase for that fig/the elf hair without messing up my nice yellow characters, as well as an excuse to invent just a bit of modern Mythronian culture.



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  April 28, 2014
Quoting Kai Bernstein Only just realized it's Thomas and Julia. :P
Of course it isn't! Why would you think that they'd live 800 years? It's not like they're ~Brick or anybody. :P
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  April 28, 2014
Quoting Mitchell Long What Face is that? Amazing Job
That's from the red-bearded dwarf in the Barrel Escape set. Sorry it took so long to write back to you :)
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  April 28, 2014
Only just realized it's Thomas and Julia. :P
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  April 26, 2014
Interesting...
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  March 27, 2014
What Face is that? Amazing Job
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  March 27, 2014
Clever!
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  February 17, 2014
Quoting Armon Russ Huh, nice design.
Thank you :)
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  February 17, 2014
Huh, nice design.
  February 16, 2014
Quoting Thomas
I'd still rather be in the other one... :P
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  February 16, 2014
Quoting Ian ..... Hey look! It's me great granddad... Nice build and very funny.
See? I did put you in! :P
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  February 16, 2014
Hey look! It's me great granddad... Nice build and very funny.
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  February 16, 2014
Quoting Mr. Cab Very nice!!!
Thanks!
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  February 16, 2014
Quoting Gilbert Despathens Very nice! You'll have to include a picture of your lighting set-up one of these days - I don't have night down yet. I also saw some resemblances in the visitors to a pair that lived about ten and a half centuries earlier.
Well, I kind of ad-libbed the lighting here. Just out of the frame is my hand, holding a small LED flashlight. Meanwhile, all the other lights in the room are off, so the only light is from the spotlight. I angled the flashlight so that it was pointed at the ground just in front of the minifig, so that it wouldn't reflect into the face. If you want to see my regular set-up, I put a photo at the end of LOM- Rustlin'.
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  February 16, 2014
Very nice!!!
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  February 15, 2014
Very nice! You'll have to include a picture of your lighting set-up one of these days - I don't have night down yet. I also saw some resemblances in the visitors to a pair that lived about ten and a half centuries earlier.
 
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