HM3: Stonehenge

As a "thank you" for extraordinary assistance troubleshooting bugs, I offered Panner the equivalent of a contest winning prize, and he chose "Stonehenge". I've just uploaded the following addition to Background-Standard for HeroMachine 3, now available:

Thanks, Panner, it was a great idea! If you want changes to it, let me know.

16 Responses to HM3: Stonehenge

  1. Me, Myself & I says:

    Hey it could double for a row of nasty teeth!

  2. Me, Myself & I says:

    By the way, Stonehenge = Awesome.

  3. Dionne Jinn says:

    Love it!!!

  4. Vampyrist says:

    I love it, but now I have to go watch the Pandorica Opens.

  5. Arioch says:

    Stonehenge? Now I’m stuck with that sight from spinal tap… T-T

  6. spidercow2010 says:

    Yeah. I’m gonna make a giant dwarf to dance around it!

  7. Whit says:

    @2 I was thinking a belt.

  8. Panner says:

    Ahh, it looks great Jeff! I love these drag’n’drop background items that can be used with almost any scale. Now if you need me, I’ll be creating druids.

    Also, MMI, I swear you have the weirdest ideas.

  9. The Eric says:

    Jeff posted just an image, and you guys are already coming up with alternate uses. I love it.

  10. Me, Myself & I says:

    Panner (10) and The Eric (11); just head over to this weeks contest and you can see my alternate idea in action.

  11. Myro says:

    Yeah, I have to agree, MMI. I can’t believe you looked at Stonehenge and saw British teeth.

  12. Me, Myself & I says:

    Myro (13) Did I say British teeth? Well rotten teeth maybe but I don’t think I’d exclude any other cultures from access to these teeth here. 🙂

  13. Whit says:

    @MMI (14): The Americans joke the British have bad teeth, as a knock on their health care. I wonder if their knock on American health care is that half the Americans have fluorescent teeth and the other half don’t get to have teeth… :

  14. Myro says:

    Whit (15): It’s possible MMI was trying to save me from embarrassing myself further. I was talking out of my ass when I said “British teeth.” I really probably should have responded to this earlier. It wasn’t my intention to disparage our friends from the U.K. by using an insulting stereotype, and for that, I apologize.