From the heights of these pyramids, forty centuries look down on us.
- Napoleon Bonaparte
Have you ever wondered how the pyramids might have looked back in Ancient Egypt? Well, wonder no longer. Baleur has it all covered. Just take a look at how he rebuild the Ma’at temple complex and find out what his process was:
“I started building a temple complex to Ma’a. [...] First up was the pyramid itself to house the tomb of the Pharaoh. I initially built it out of sandstone step bricks, as the pyramids look today in real life Giza. The problem is that this looks old and wethered, and is not what the pyramids originally looked like when they were “new”.”
“I then began to create various gardens and i’m currently in progress with more statuary gardens. I’m building them in a modular fashion, so (eventually, when they become shareable) people can mix and match as they desire to create a grand garden, or just a few rows of pools.”
“I’m building these (and displaying them) in the attached claim that will later become the palace for the nobles (priests). The palace will feature white walls and murals, very inspired by Children of The Nile.”