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In this lesson we will learn one of the ways on how to re-typologize our models. If you have organic uv's you can use May9 script to convert your uv's to mes...

In this lesson we will learn one of the ways on how to re-typologize our models. If you have organic uv's you can use May9 script to convert your uv's to mes...

"The Prison" using Hirstarts molds

"The Prison" using Hirstarts molds

Hand Forged Medieval Prison Iron Shackles Handcuffs Dungeon Restraints Black

Hand Forged Medieval Prison Iron Shackles Handcuffs Dungeon Restraints Black

Nuremberg, Germany - Altes Rathaus Medieval Dungeons by plusgood, via Flickr

shackles Valen keeps in his home to train his young wards how to escape.or lock them up when they displease him

Prague Castle Dungeon A skull used to spook tourists. Originally, the Great Keep was the most secure part of the castle - and, in Early Medieval times, nobles tended to live in the Keep, as it reflected their importance.

Discover the grisly secrets of the castle dungeon and the oubliette. Uncover dark stories from castle prisons from all over the world.

Arundel Castle Chamber || Bed  Hearth. Bedrooms can be modern, retro or formal, but they have to be cozy and elegant. Please visit www.homedesignideas.eu and see more suggestions. #interiors #decoration #contemporary

Arundel Castle Chamber || Bed Hearth. Bedrooms can be modern, retro or formal, but they have to be cozy and elegant. Please visit www.homedesignideas.eu and see more suggestions. #interiors #decoration #contemporary

The medieval lockup in Stafford, Staffordshire, England. This single-cell "gaol" (as "jail" was spelt until the 20th Century in Great Britain) was typical of Elizabethan England and would have held prisoners awaiting public torture or execution in front of crowds in Stafford's town centre. The old gaol was replaced in the 17th century and became a storage shed before being preserved as a historic site.

The medieval lockup in Stafford, Staffordshire, England. This single-cell "gaol" (as "jail" was spelt until the 20th Century in Great Britain) was typical of Elizabethan England and would have held prisoners awaiting public torture or execution in front of crowds in Stafford's town centre. The old gaol was replaced in the 17th century and became a storage shed before being preserved as a historic site.

12 facts about prisons and punishment in the 18th century by Naomi Clifford. (Image is of The Newgate door, now at Newby Hall)

Naomi Clifford -- 12 facts about prisons and punishment in the century by Anna M. (Image is the Newgate door, now at Newby Hall.