|A framed painting|
Talented artists are few and far between but the fact that even in the Exiled Lands, art such as this survives and thrives is comforting. Amongst all the bloodshed one can still appreciate the talent of the painter.
- This painting was one of the nine Runner Ups of Funcom's Building Contest and shows the Pembroke Castle.
|“||It is based on the birthplace of King Henry VII of England, the real-world castle at Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK. After several days of scouting for scale and majesty, and a few test builds for the right color stone, I chose this outcropping near the Bridge of the Betrayer for the castle knoll, as is in the picture. This presented some difficulties due to the distance from the shore to the rocky promontory, so I used color, angles and depth to let the sidewalk of the dock walls descend into the beach. Due to perspective and necessary foreshortening, the challenge was how to create the splendor of the large towers while allowing the rock to speak for itself. The happy medium was eventually found, and Pembroke Castle virtually painted itself onto the cliff. An anxious handful of troops stands ready at the port as the Lord sends out a counter-raid – ominous lightning appears at the tower where Sag’s light once glowed…||„|
|Artisan Table, Aquilonian Artisan Table, |
Argossean Artisan Table, Khitan Artisan Table, Turanian Artisan Table, Nemedian Artisan Bench
|10 Insulated Wood
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