Ancient Headdress

This initially started life as a simple request from my daughter, to make a feathered headdress that looked 'vaguely' Egyptian/ Mayan. It...

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This initially started life as a simple request from my daughter, to make a feathered headdress that looked 'vaguely' Egyptian/ Mayan. It somehow snowballed and now includes pauldrons, bracers, several simple necklaces (one with animated textures) and some Chakra (offensive and defensive war rings), oh... and a temple. Aleanne kindly gave permission for me to use one of her exceptional dresses which uses Nioliv's(sp) mesh as a base. The dress has been recoloured by myself, but pales in comparison to Alaennes work.

Due to work commitments, I have been unable to spend as much time on this as I'd have liked although the majority of meshes were produced in the first week. I'm afraid I have not had the time or inclination to place the items in a huge plugin, the construction set is not my friend! With this in mind the meshes are being released primarily as a modders resource. I have included a simple plugin that does place the items in game. They are unceremoniously dumped in a barrel named 'Aztec', which is at the top of a Mayan temple. The temple has been placed very close to Seyda Neen just a bit North/ West.

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