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TOPIC: Temple of A Hundred Relics
suggested by BlindLynx
This week's topic is an archaic, dusty one with cinematic potential. An interior perspective is preferred, but exterior is also acceptable! Good luck. Thanks for the topic, BlindLynx.
1. Design an environment that adheres to the topic/theme.
2. You must post at least once in this W.I.P. thread to be included in the finals thread for the voting poll.
Deadline: June 18th 2014
Congrats to Benedikt for winning EOW #230!
Post your final entries in the this thread.
Born in 1802, Marie Laveau practiced Voodoo and Voodoun, and was renowned through New Orleans. A natural temple was slowly erected at Lake Pontchartrain, one which aged with the land, and was come to be known as, 'The Temple of A Hundred Relics', because on St. John's Eve, when people come to worship, it is said that exactly one hundred relics are left behind, for the Voodoo Queen to find.
This is my first EOW, so I hope I did this right.
I can add the WIP sketches if I'm supposed to!
Last edited by Misty Feather; June 16th, 2014 at 01:22 AM.
Temple of A Hundred Relics - Hall of the Jade Queen
By the jade statue of Hihilasa XX Queen of Tikot and its liberator, sleep her children: Alodaru and Ithena, The Married Brothers. They gave a long peace to Tikot after the Queen free it, and were hailed as saints by their people. So in Temple of A Hundred Relics, Red Monks guards their bodies, and all the objects and things that belonged to them. Every year thousands of people come here to kiss and touch the blessed royal family.
I've decided to interpret the theme as technical relic. Abandoned depo looks good to be the temple for an old trane.
Went with a massive ruined temple that's slowly crumbling back into the cave it was carved from. Lit only by the doors that will never close again, and the few remaining relics still active after all these years. The place is pretty picked clean, unless you know where to look.
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