Week 1: Liechtenstein
Week 2: Vatican City *Week Winner*
Week 3: Namibia
Back to my resolution to do all the rest of the mogs on a paladin, I then also decided to break out of my comfort zone and pick a very colorful flag. I still can't decide if the result is anything other than hideous. This isn't one I'll probably be using as a mog any time in the near future.
Week 4: Georgia
This flag reminded me of the story of St. George and the Dragon. So even though there wasn't as much white plate as I wanted I had to do it on a Paladin. In the end I went for a knightly St. George feel and Laen got his hair done to show off the faceguard to the best advantage.
Week 5: Montenegro
Week 6: Djibouti
Another priest mog. I was relatively happy with this one even if I don't think I'll actually use it. I think the circlet is the best part. Saelindir was starting to enjoy being a professional model.
Week 7: Algeria
This was the second attempt at this one. I wasn't entirely happy with either, but I don't hate it.
Week 8: Uruguay *Week Winner*
I hadn't decided what I was doing with this mog until the inspiration for robe and shoulders hit me and the rest went from there. I liked it enough that I think I may do some variation on it for Saelindir at some point. There was primping involved, he got a hairstyle change for the photoshoot.
Week 9: Papua New Guinea *Week Winner*
This was my favorite mog for the entire contest. I was ecstatic that the judges agreed with me. This is one that in an expansion or two when I can get those heroic shoulders I'll definitely want to put together for a paladin. I love paladin mogs and I don't think this one could be any more a paladin mog if it tried. Laen enjoyed wearing it, though I actually designed it on Seish one evening when the idea hit.
Week 10: Former Czechoslovakia
Week 11: Dominica
Week 12: Tanzania
Saelindir got to model the final week and though I wish this mog had ended up flashier and more dramatic, I am still really happy with the way it came together. I kept trying to pump it up with a flashier pair of shoulders or helm but in the end it just came out very simple. Still it looks like a nice practical sort of traveling outfit.