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Deity of the Temple . Finally finished. . After approximately a month, this is finally finished! From the previous version a few changes have been made. First off the dishes on the side of the body are removed. Then the Aztec/Mayan temple had some re-decorating. It's almost twice as large as before, and more detailed. Sadly, I could not cover up all the visible studs, as I used all my tiles on this. So let us all just call it a design for the temple to have the studs =P I'm pretty proud on how this turned out, but even more so of it's evolution from the original idea (which only a handful know of). This also uses the trans-orange kraata that I have, and will probably be the only thing that incorporates it =P Enjoy if possible. Brickshelf (When Public) Flickr Page DeviantArt


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