Daniel Jackson Monolith Egypt

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susje00

Member
Here I leave my first replica to see how it went. is a monolith of Egyptian mythology that had Daniel Jackson in his office and study ..

Here I leave the original


Here you have the mold made of silicone





Here's how the piece is a replica made ​​Polyol bone.

 

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Jonny B

Active Member
Cool!

...you know though, I read Egyptian hieroglyphs, and that is the dirtiest joke I've ever seen! rofl! "...and he put the sheep in the river." HAHAH epic...
 

Effingham

Active Member
I was about to break out my Gardiner and ***** up and down about the bogus text. (Two semesters of Middle Egyptian at UC Berkeley -- the most useless of the languages I've studied.)

It's one of the things that really annoys me about pseudo-Egyptian art and such in decorators' books and curio shops. THey go through the trouble to make it, but don't even take the time to copy a real set of text off of anything readily available like the Book of the Dead ("Budge? I don't know why they keep publishing him..."). Granted nine of ten people probably won't know the text is bogus, but there's a LOOK to it. See those three horned owls all right next to each other? Ick.
 

susje00

Member
Cool!

...you know though, I read Egyptian hieroglyphs, and that is the dirtiest joke I've ever seen! rofl! "...and he put the sheep in the river." HAHAH epic...

hehehe if it was a replica of a monolith of Egypt, however it was my first try xD
 

susje00

Member
I was about to break out my Gardiner and ***** up and down about the bogus text. (Two semesters of Middle Egyptian at UC Berkeley -- the most useless of the languages I've studied.)

It's one of the things that really annoys me about pseudo-Egyptian art and such in decorators' books and curio shops. THey go through the trouble to make it, but don't even take the time to copy a real set of text off of anything readily available like the Book of the Dead ("Budge? I don't know why they keep publishing him..."). Granted nine of ten people probably won't know the text is bogus, but there's a LOOK to it. See those three horned owls all right next to each other? Ick.
because as I say in egypt buy it for you to see what they care about, but as I say is the first replica and test it to be spoiled if the original
 

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Nwerke

Master Member
Nice work susje. Go you!

Effingham, dude, that faux-Egyptian stuff has been going on approximately since the last priests at Philae packed up and went home. Heh, Budge. My copy is ex-library, but not from a sale; I stole it when I was ten. Only real, actual theft I ever committed. Never got caught, never gave it back, still have it, still have the twinge of shame. :)
 

Effingham

Active Member
Nice work susje. Go you!

Effingham, dude, that faux-Egyptian stuff has been going on approximately since the last priests at Philae packed up and went home. Heh, Budge. My copy is ex-library, but not from a sale; I stole it when I was ten. Only real, actual theft I ever committed. Never got caught, never gave it back, still have it, still have the twinge of shame. :)
Since it was Budge, I want to think you did the library patrons a good turn. :)
 

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