Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Warden, Jul 15, 2016.
It is a mixed culture but I'd say it is mostly Caribbean.
Found a bunch of fun stuff recently: Lego Mayan temples!
Well sort of... they cover a few different Lego generas, including pirate/islanders, adventure/indiana jones, plus some conquistadors. I found a lot of pictures so I will have to break this up over a few posts:
I like how the stairs are red in this one... someone just got their head chucked down the temple stairs!
Spoiler: A few more...
A pirate on a skull ruined island
A mesoamerican ballcourt!
Entrance to an island cave
Some Adventure/Indiana Jones themed legos, with a Mayan/Aztec/Inca twist:
I liked these, they look like an Inca sky-temple:
Temple in the jungle:
I liked the gorilla-head on this one:
Spoiler: More pics
Indiana Jones on a bridge... and running from a rock!
Baron von Baron has discovered one of the Lost Plaques of the Old Ones:
Trooping through the jungle; I like the stone stelae!
Looks a lot like the Temple of the Jaguar at Tikal:
Back of the pyramid:
Close up of the mouth-entrance:
People are very creative with legos! Some more jungle-art:
I like the hidden red and green ninjas on this one. Lots of tiny details, including the flowers and the crocodiles on the bottom. And of course the man-eating plant!
A fantastic jungle-river piece, this would make an amazing wargaming location!
Close-up of the ruins:
Another set of falls, I believe its another piece but it looks very similar:
A jungle scene:
Ok last Legos for today: Egypt!
Though these don't have much to do with the Mayans, they are some epic lego pyramids...
Some slaves at work...
Raiders of the Lost Ark anyone??
I hope these last few posts give some good future terrain inspiration!
Some epic stuff!
Always looking up more Mayan temples, found a few good computer-made designs:
I am pretty sure these two were originally built for a mayan-theme park and/or restaurant somewhere in Mexico. Cool designs!
Small-scale model of the city of Copan, pretty sure from the site itself:
Didn't have the translation unfortunately
Small scale model of the city of Tikal:
Model of the palace at Palenque:
Spoiler: Actual Palace
Including this picture, even though it is the palace at Knossos (Crete), simply because it reminds me visually of the palace at Palenque: