Slump Block Ranch Exterior – Dream Book Design


I can hardly believe it, but this is the final post on Slump Block Ranch. I have showed yall the Master Suite, the Bedrooms, the Kitchen, and the Living area already. This home has been such a labor of love for Jeremy and I. This is the first home where I feel like he reallyyy found his groove, and learned a lot of what works in this business, and what doesn’t work. What a blessing it has been to see him doing something he is so passionate about!

When we first got this home the exterior wasn’t too bad. It was stunning, but there wasn’t anything that was a serious eye-sore. We knew we wanted to keep it in its original Slump Block state, but we wanted to freshen it up a bit by painting it. Here are some Before shots:




The yard was super overgrown, in the front and

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Batman’s comic book costumes, ranked by influence and iconic design

To say that Batman has one of the most iconic costumes in all of superhero comics — or in any fiction that has a visual component at all, really — is underselling things by a pretty significant amount.

He’s up there with Robin Hood, so recognizable that you don’t even need the symbol on his chest or the scalloped edges of the cape to tell who you’re looking at. All you need is those pointy ears, and whether it’s the solid black, cape-free costume of Terry McGinnis, the technicolor nightmare of the Batman of Zur-En-Arrh, or the shiny blue and grey that Adam West wore in the ‘60s, there’s never any doubt about who this is. The guy with the ears? That’s Batman.

The costume is so iconic and effective that, like the hero who wears it, it’s had countless variations over the years, with 11 distinct, defined looks in

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