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Raised fountain

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Mezzac, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. Mezzac

    Mezzac Journeyman
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    Hello all - was playing around at a friends house helping them decorated - thought I try a raised fountain with a pillar support - Have used small forges dyed white as the central support pillar.

    I was surprised how well it turn out:)

    Being raised, there is plenty of area under the fountain to undertake further decoration and garden display - was thinking a rockery would look nice.

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    Thanks Mezzac

    You wake up out of bed, walk out of your castle,
    And then you lift up your head.

    When will you wake up and see

    It takes more than just you to get through this life.
     
  2. AtlanticVlad

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    That's nice I like it =) good thinking I always thought something more should be done with the fountain I've used the tops of them at the bases of waterfalls a few times usually looks quite nice...
     
  3. Wilde1

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    thats sweet! thanks for posting it :)
     
  4. DevilsOwn

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    that is just pretty ~ nice job! :)
     
  5. Tiny Dancer

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    Great job Mezzac! That is so pretty!
     
  6. Sarsmi

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    Wow that looks good! I bet it would work with a set of legs (four like under a table tho it'd really just be three as you wouldn't have to show the back leg). Such a cute idea, could stick benches underneath too. =)