Day 98~366


Today I thought to macro some of the chess pieces from the set I shot for March’s ‘squares’ month, couldn’t do just one though 🙂 All the chess pieces have different faces and names, the latter being engraved on the bottom of each piece’s plinth. These are my favourite pawns.

day98 Lorelei the Nixiew

Lorelei the Nixie

 

day98-2wTramber the Buccas

Tramber the Buccas

 

day98Alderich the Dwarfw

Alderich the Dwarf

 

Dram the Leprechaun

Dram the Leprechaun

 

Grayon the Goblin

Grayon the Goblin

 

Krollen the Troll

Krollen the Troll

 

Varweb the Kobold

Varweb the Kobold

and my favourite and so pic of the day

Verthood the Pixie

Verthood the Pixie

Not sure what a Buccas, Nixie or Kobold is but hey ho, they all look cute to me. Each piece is between 2&3 inches tall.

 

Categories: 366, Fuji, fujiXT1, macro, photography, still life, uncategorised, UncategorizedTags: , , , , , , , , , ,

12 comments

  1. I love the splash of colour in the jewel, very nice.

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  2. I remember the guys, I searched for them on eBay and are so expensive! quite artistitc set. Thank you ^_^

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  3. I once bought years of a part-work, and the binders to keep the magazines in. I dread to think what the total cost was. When I moved somewhere, I found them all neatly stacked in the loft, unseen for years. Luckily I was able to pass the whole thing on to someone else who was interested.
    The contrast with the jewels works well, and the details on the different pieces are well-rendered indeed.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  4. Brilliant…I love the sharp edged colour against the monochrome folds…

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  5. How very cool! I rather like the look of Dram.

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