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Last night I made a fort for my Tau army and its great exept for one thing:
Its made out of Green Bristol Board and Toilet Paper Rolls all unpainted, and its held together by lots of tap and it starts to break when ever I move it. The keep is a Beceal container tunered upside down and with a door cut in the side. I used the Peice from the door to make a pill box window on the top as well as more barriers out of green board. A hole in the center has a green ladder going through it to inside.
Suggestion for betterness.
em maybe you should glue it, that would probably make it stronger also reinforce things with stronger things(sorry i dont make any scenery so this info is pretty usless)
i guess you could by the how to make scenery book that would help.
I'd like to see this fort. Can you get access to a picture? If so, email it to UncrownedKing@gmail.com.
As of now, I'm too tired and don't have the thinking power to actually read your entire post. Sorry.
You may die today
Come, we shall pray
For your soul
To reach the final goal
Breach our armor
The bullets will
But our spirits can never become a kill
Take pictures from a few different angles and, using your computer, circle in red the areas that fall apart. Then we all can help.
Three Companies of the 26th Vinancium
143rd Airborne Badgers (99.9% done)
159th Corsair Rifles (35% done))
69th Armored Wall Busters (95% done)
Total 197 men, 12 tanks, 4 Heavy Artillery Pieces
dont ever use tape, i spent years making scenery and other modles out of tape, it doesnt work.
always use glue, i recomment PVA glue (thick white stuff you get in craft shops)
try and get some pictures so we can give you better advise
A) Use tape
If the thing is huge, you might want to cut it up in more than one piece. That would certainly make it easier to transport, plus makeit more durable, since the weight of the entire fort will not rest on whereever you hold it.