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Lama's Medieval Album I

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Woods Wedding
Brother Marcus, Scribe of the Monastery

Coast Walk
Before the Raid
 After the Raid
Home of the good Witch

Secret Romance
Secret Wedding
At the Smithy
Old Harbour

The Fisherman

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just love your pictures. You're really good at them. :)

Emily said...

These are beautiful, very well done.

dark_jean said...

Lovely pictures!!! Totally love the medieval/fantasy themes..!!

Niamh said...

Ingrid, I just wanted to say how amazing your pictures are. I expecially love the 'Before the Raid', 'After the Raid' and 'Secret Wedding' posts. I was also wondering if you could tell me where you found the deco birds features in the 'coast Walk' series (another one of my faves). thanks so much.

Lama said...

Thank you Niamh, it seems you like this site :)
The crows are by Suiryuue @TSR
(need to add them to my HYCF list later).
Find them HERE

Niamh said...

Thanks for the link, Lama. I have to say, this is an amazing site. You manage to create such an authentic atmosphere in your pictures. I've grabbed most of your CC, and am trying my hand at a Medieval Hamlet... if it end up looking a quarter good as yours, I will be very, very happy!

Tyllerö said...

Ah! Lovely pictures. oh boy! I loved them all, but I must my favorite was "Coast Walk" pics. Landscapes looked so realistic and beautiful. I wish that I have eye to take landscape pictures like you.
"Secret Romance" was also one of my favorites. The river/lake/pond at the back...wow.. is it a wallpaper or what?

Very well done all of them ^^

Lama said...

Thank you, Tyllerö. Yes, I used a wallpaper background for "Secret Romance"; it gives more depth to the scenery. However, usually these are around four tiles wide, so it's only good for close-up views. Actually, landscaping isn't difficult. Just try to avoid to show the horizon. This can be done by moulding the ground, creating some hills and using trees and bushes.

Tyllerö said...

Thank you for the tip Lama :).