|This little guy worked hard. He deserves a Thin Mint!|
The end of hostilities was recognized with the issuance of a presidential peace medallion patterned after one of the originals found at the Arch museum in St. Louis. The Mayans have declared a truce until the next time their calendar runs out. The have a few pyramids to rebuild in the interim.
Behind the Scenes of Mayan Apocalypse Week
|The elaborate set and the form of the Destructors are revealed! Only one commenter picked up on this being an Oliver 9 playing the face of evil incarnate.|
|Mekanda Robo chipped in to help Godzilla get his fireball and atomic ball of doom. This is the ugliest Christmas decoration, ever. It needed to be put down and was purchased as a clearance item last year solely for the purpose of harvesting parts.|
|Gotta love the Jumbo Machinders. Two of them are tricked out with accessory arms. I thought about just putting two of them together in the buddy movie fashion, but that's not how the Shogun Warriors roll.|
Thanks everyone for taking part in the madness that was my Mayan Apocalypse week! It was a fun project and a nice way to break a blogging dry spell. As is the norm, this did not start with a script or storyboard. My 12-year-old did the original drawing of the Mayan Destructor at my request. Simply put, I can't draw. The rest of the story meandered from there. I put together three entries; including this one, before we left the Kansas City area for St. Louis. I love the scheduling feature on the Blogger platform.
You might have noticed a cameo appearance by the Christmas Squirrel. Without his adept leadership, all would have been lost! Late last year, the origins of the Christmas Squirrel were detailed in loving care here.
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