Wednesday, June 29, 2011

al Tinnin Vault - finished!


AL TINNIN VAULT

8 comments:

  1. Congratulations! It's quite a long and arduous task, making a vault. I must say, the dragon heads, from the angle I see them in your picture are perhaps the nicest I've seen.

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  2. Thank you J.C., for your kind words and illustrious presence ;)

    The heads are each different, and modeled after the kelipotic 'entity' it is said to represent. The heads of the beast are taken from Albrecht Durer's woodblock art by VH Frater ALim, who painted the floor.

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  3. Congratulations Frater!! Fantastic!!

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  4. What a wonderful achievement V.H. Frater! I know how hard a task this is, having built one myself. Yours is simply stunning. I agree with the previous comment regarding the Dragon's Heads; they are beautiful. I see that you are using a floor cloth. Do you find that being practical? Are you using a portable Vault? How did you make the roof? The roof and floor is the tricky part.

    In Licht, Leben und Liebe,
    S:.R:.

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  5. Congrats! Great to see more Vaults :)

    It looks really nice.

    LVX,
    Dean.

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  6. It looks like you did a great job on the Pastos as well. Congrats!

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  7. C F&S,

    Thanks for the comments and encouragement. I will share a few more pics that should explain some details.

    Y

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