Monday, December 15, 2008

Dungeon Entrance

REALLY need to get better lighting...

That's all for this week, hopefully next week I'll actually have good lighting.

7 comments:

Steve said...

so...do you keep your creations built after you're done?

billtodamax said...

I can answer this! no he doesn't, he breaks them down so he can use the pieces again. What game is this from, btw?

lwelyk said...

Legend of Zelda.

And Bill is right. I would have a room FILLED with these things if I kept them together. Besides, I don't have enough pieces to keep them together.

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