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One night at the Drunken Hog
The Drunken Hog is a tavern/inn somewhere in the city walls of Glomshire.
About this creation
This is the interior set for The Drunken Hog, the favorite waterin' hole of the Glomshire Knights. Most likely, this represents the first permanent set of the series as things will go on here at various times.





Let me stress that this is a NON-CANON scene I put together for these test shots. The new ranger is courtesy of the kindness of Dave Kaleta. I still haven't figured out where he's going to fit into GK, and I'm open to suggestions for a name. "Nameless Ranger" won't work because that would cause Nameless Dwarf to have a hissy fit.





The two crownie soldiers near the fireplace are Jasper and Flan, the two guards who encounter the mysterious villian in episode 12. I just named them this morning, nearly a year and half since they first appeared. Yeah, I don't name 'em unless it's necessary.










The final three shots were done without the aid of Photoshop. I took the lighted brick from Quest Against Time (Set #7572) and am quite pleased with the outcome. Could come in handy for setting the mood or just showing off mi mad foto skilz.








Well, that's it for now. Keep reading Glomshire Knights!



Comments

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  July 29, 2011
This really awesome! particularly love the wood parts!
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  June 30, 2011
for a name how about hobin rood?
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  March 9, 2011
Nice build! I like the "firelight" pictures!
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  December 22, 2010
Need to keep this as your NUMBER 1 creation, so I am commenting again! Anyway, this is a sweet scene with great lighting, so it deserves another comment!
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  October 3, 2010
very authentic looking. nice work!
Dennis Price
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Nicks Bricks
  August 24, 2010
Nice! I love the fire place, and the bar looks pretty sweet as well. However i really liked the design of the walls~Nick
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  August 20, 2010
A very pleasing build. Lee.
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  August 8, 2010
Great work you've inspired me to make an inn diorama. I love it!!!
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  July 31, 2010
nice job! it looks fantastic. as for naming the ranger, name him one of the names bob wanted in the intro strips.
Dennis Price
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Dr. N
  July 29, 2010
*chortle, chortle* "The Drunken Hog". Hee hee I like that name.
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  July 29, 2010
Great work! I also like the use of the light up brick. For a name for the dude.... hmmm.... maybe you should name him after Dave or something? IDK
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  July 28, 2010
Interesting, it says I rated this, yet my comment is gone…..let’s try again, shall we? The lighted brick really brings the fireplace to life, great idea. I really like the detail work on the tavern, the bar is simple and looks perfect, the keg is great, all around bang up job! As for the Ranger: Errol Flatulence or to steal from Dave, Nad Enoob is a killer name, of course, so is Jack the Ripper, but I digress.
Dennis Price
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Dr. N
  July 27, 2010
Awesome bar! love the counter! the ranger, since he looks like Robin of Loxley (Robin hood) should be named "Loxley of Robin". whadooya think?
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  July 27, 2010
Quoting I Scream Clone I am digging the feel of the tavern. If i may suggest the walls look a little rougher with some headlights with tiles to show stones sticking out, the facet bricks etc just to give it a more textured look. Love the fireplace, now get busy lighting some candles on the tables already! Good stuff my man.
I'm with you -- adding said tiles and facet tiles before it becomes a regular part of GK.
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  July 26, 2010
The bar design is really brilliant, also I like the way you did the 'wood' part of the pillars, it really gives it some nice texture and fits perfectly with the overall feel.
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  July 25, 2010
I am digging the feel of the tavern. If i may suggest the walls look a little rougher with some headlights with tiles to show stones sticking out, the facet bricks etc just to give it a more textured look. Love the fireplace, now get busy lighting some candles on the tables already! Good stuff my man.
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  July 24, 2010
Quoting Nitrosity The CyborgNinja nice! looks great with the light brick, looks like a good place for the pirate guys to visit (at the moment i can't remember their names :P )
Roger and Quiggle will be making an appearance in The Hog eventually.
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  July 24, 2010
nice! looks great with the light brick, looks like a good place for the pirate guys to visit (at the moment i can't remember their names :P )
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  July 23, 2010
Quoting James Witt Can you lend me a piece list and instructions please?
Gather all the gray, brown, and tan bricks you've got. You'll need as many brown tiles as you can find, just to be sure. Also, eight gray slopes, and four gray cheese slopes. You'll need say six or seven brown crates, six small barrels, two brown wash tubs, two 2x2 round bricks with axle hole, one axle, one tap/faucet thingy, a turkey, four golden plates, six brown carrots, as many of the flame pieces as you can get, all the gray tile and gray jumpers you can scrounge up, 16 2x2 round plates, a bazillion 1x1 gray round plates, some fruit, minifigs, two brown doors, one of the stone doorways from the Harry Potter sets, about 10 of the 1x2 dark brown log bricks, and the light brick from #7572 Quest Against Time. Then build what you see here.
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  July 23, 2010
Can you lend me a piece list and instructions please?
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  July 23, 2010
That chick on the table is giving me the eye...
Dennis Price
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Dave Sterling
  July 22, 2010
Okay...so I am totally stealing the bar design and the beer barrel for future use. This is really fantastic Dennis!!! I love all of the interior details and you managed to avoid the 'huge gray wall syndrome' completely. Really, really awesome work here.
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  July 22, 2010
Very nice, I never think to work on the interiors, just what the outside looks like, but that might have to change. Great work.
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  July 22, 2010
Quoting Dave Sterling Okay...so I am totally stealing the bar design and the beer barrel for future use. This is really fantastic Dennis!!! I love all of the interior details and you managed to avoid the 'huge gray wall syndrome' completely. Really, really awesome work here.
Steal away, my friend -- I'm sure I probably saw it somewhere else myself. The bar has a swinging door to let the innkeeper behind it. The door behind the bar leads to a store room/kitchen area (not really, but that's the in-story reason).
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  July 22, 2010
Ooooo those last three shots are wicked!!!! Great tavern, love the huge beer barrel and the fireplace with the crossed weapons above. And those walls have a real medieval look.
Dennis Price
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Aaron The Azure Knight .
  July 21, 2010
:o.... This is awesome! Mmmmmm.... ranger Dudly Doright! Or ranger.... Cordell Walker. I love the fireplace. Oh! I posted the ship I remade. If you didn't know.
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  July 21, 2010
Well done, Price! Your MOCing skills are coming along nicely there, amigo. I'll put in a request for the Lego group to send you a cool million in parts, and you can really get cracking on some killer castle!
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  July 21, 2010
Wow! Great build and the lighting effects are tops! I suggest Evad Atelak or Kave Daleta; both great names.
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  July 21, 2010
First off, that fire lighting looks all kinds of cool. Now that's out of the way, AWESOME build. This is one of your best, most authenic scenes yet. I look forward to seeing some Glomshire action unfolding here.
  July 21, 2010
name, name, name...Maon (Gaelic- pronounced moon- meaans hero).Brilliant work on the set!
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  July 21, 2010
I'm just wondering how many "flaming brown carrot" jokes I can muster? Great work Dennis! Love the whole set and great work with the lighting effect! ~ Chris.
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  July 21, 2010
Great work! Very authentic, you really captured the atmosphere.
  July 21, 2010
The ranger is Robin Hood, I love the pub, I wander if you need a Bounty Hunter in the series? -Matt
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  July 21, 2010
Are those browned carrots on fire? The wine barrel is cool! Great photo skillz!
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  July 21, 2010
Nice photo work with the fire!
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  July 21, 2010
Wow - an excellent build like this puts my comic sets to shame! Neat build, Dennis!
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  July 21, 2010
Awesome watering hole!! I think you should hold a contest...."Name the nameless Ranger!!!"
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  July 21, 2010
This is incredible! The details are astonishing. I really like the lighting effects. ~ Ghostman :)
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  July 21, 2010
I'll be back as soon as I have more time to go through it!
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  July 21, 2010
gorgeous...
 
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