Taxidermy blueprints needed

Discussion in 'Skills & professions' started by Gravel, Jul 14, 2012.

  1. What can you make from some wood, a Cyclops head, a Cyclops eye, some string, some wool and some animal oils? With the correct blueprint we could make a Cyclops trophy head, one that could be hung on a wall and admired. But don’t limit us to only Cyclops head, why not boar head, dragon head and heads of other ferocious creatures even ones from off planet.

    The wood wall mount for the head should be customizable using paint and texture. In the crafting machine maybe we could select either round or square like we select male or female when making clothes.

    A texture BP that adds trim details to the wall hangings would be unique. Use a number of boar teeth to make a texture that would surround the head with teeth.

    After we have collected all the individual parts of a skeleton or a Cyclops and picked up some stones, we could build a statue of a skeleton or Cyclops if we had a BP. A Cyclops is so large we might want half size and quarter size BPs, too. Instead of a statue, could we make an avatar for a shop keeper pad or a mannequin pad?
  2. how about storage container BPs for Ancient Greece.
    from Wiki "The original Greek word used was pithos, which is a large jar. It was used for storage of wine, oil, grain or other provisions, or, ritually, as a container for a human body for burying. In the case of Pandora, (Pandora's Box) this jar may have been made of clay for use as storage as in the usual sense, or of bronze metal as an unbreakable prison."
  3. Nor Alien

    Nor Alien Wisker Fish

    Would love the ability for making our own bp's.. I think it would be very difficult to code for MA or even it may just have to made from scratch. Not sure how feasible it would be but yep it would be cool to be able to.. :thumbsup:
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