Who doesn't need a relax lounger in the garden? Enjoy your time in the sun while rocking in the swing. It is big enough for two so you can spend some time with your partner in the wooden daybed. Our step by step diy tutorial shows you how to build this awesome sun lounger.
The woman behind the iconic bust - Nefertiti reconstructed in digital 3D by Sven Geruschkat, who says, 'Nefertiti lived was the wife of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV). She was co-regent, bore 6 daughters and died at 35. Her name roughly translates to "the beautiful (or perfect) one has arrived". This model was done with 3dsmax, Mudbox, Mental Ray and Photoshop. I certainly lost my vision during the creation. So, you have to judge..."
The idea that vampires burn in the sun is actually a relatively new one. It first appeared in 1922, with the film NOSFERATU. Count Dracula, Varney the Vampire, Lord Ruthven and other early vampires could all walk in the sun with no detrimental effect.