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this has been my biggest project in a long while , it has taken me 2 whole days of work to bring this creation to life.
so I present to you ......*drum rolls*.......*Drum rolls*....... My Fort/temple/japanese pagoda.
the inside of the top floor control room with radar screen (bad pics sorry)
and finally the BACK of the tower please not that the holes in the back are the inside and I can cover them up with removable bits of cardboard-
so what do you think of my 48 hour creation
Last edited by Rapouc; January 22nd, 2006 at 20:03.
Considering that it was made in 48 hrs its pretty cool ^_^ I like the use of lego and the way how it ties in with your tau's colours. Personally, when it comes to terrain I tend to prefer to buy it (though I do scratch build trees) so kudos to you for trying! I'll stick with FW ^_^
thanks for commenting
yeh I try my best lol I got inspired by the new lotr minis coming out
the kinda japanese easterlings
THE EMPORER WILL OWN YUR CARDBOARD BOX!!!!!
so any suggestions?
Great work, better than I can do
right thanks very much
ok now I'm planning on extending it by making 2 more towers on either side and i'm going to make it like the original tower (you can see interior detail and whats inside)
so what do you think the rooms should contain these are my ideas so far please add yours ot my list.
place of worship
any more ideas?
its crap how could it be so bad
maroon , I would call that spam
explain why its bad please.
It's a huge piece you've made there Rapouc.
When I first started to make buildings I also used ordinary cardboard but since it bulges and reshapes so easily I changed to foamboard. Though you have to buy it I found it's well worth it as foamboard is rather cheap.
For your temple I would like to recommend some extra cardboard around the edges. This is easily made from cerialbox-material. Just make some sharp, straight stripes and wrap them around the edges of the roof, openings etc. This will,to a certain exctent hide the fact that the building is made from cardboard and make those details look more realistic.
I would also like to recommend a second layer of paint, maybe even add some PVA-glue with sand in it to give some extra detail.