February 28, 2022

Standing For Portraits, Spudkirk

Private Neville noticed Captain Hardy approaching the spot where he stood. Neville had been standing there for the past two hours while a local Spudkirk artist sketched his portrait.

"I say, old chap", the captain said to Neville, "You've found the best light in camp! Mind if I set up right here next to you for my portrait?".

The captain's portraitist began setting up his easel.


Trying out some 8x8 round tiles as MOC bases. Also trying some partially-erased TLG red arms for use on infantry and officers.

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Evan C

AFOL from Boulder, CO who loves building Elightenment-era MOCs!