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Never made a hill before but i am pretty happy with the outcome. it was real simple, but fun at the same time. the fences were the most fun to make, i just like using the rotary tool. The pics are kinda fuzzy, i dropped my camera now it wont focus very well. enjoy! and any tips to improve would be great!
Last edited by Schinigoi; December 12th, 2008 at 20:13.
Looks awesome to me ^^
Good start, any chance for some more?
Thanks, and definitely going to make more, and I am going to keep making fences. just need to poke around here for inspiration. My friend wanted a hill to use in our games but didn't want to buy the 25 dollar GW hill. I like mine more anyway. I'm gonna do more work tonight, maybe new pics tomorrow night. Thanks again
Nice. I don't think I've seen an outhouse as terrain before.
Boy do I love me some Gothic Architecture.
About the camera, see if its got an manual focus setting somewhere, that is assuming its the auto focusing that's broken and not the mechanism entirely.
Thanks for the comments everyone.
The problem with my camera is that the manual focus doesn't move when i press the button, i have to adjust it by hand. I am planning on getting a new camera if i keep the terrain i build up to my standers. No use in buying a camera if i don't put out a nice show piece.
great Scenery. especially for your first time! Practice makes perfect and I can see you got the eye for details and it'll only get better.
Love the outhouse, I want to see an Imperial Guard, taking a squat inside, and a Lictor come and destroy it before eating him (a la Jurrasic park) lol
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
just out of curiosity what materials did you use to make the outhouse?