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Yeah, hello and all that, now to the point. I'm hoping this thread will be useful for two things:[*]To help people who want walls[*]To improve upon this idea, and if anyone has any idea can they post. Thanks,
These would best suit compounds, or other kinds of boundary walls. I was going to use them for some bizzare roleplaying thingy.
Making walls in sections, so they can be changed:
Get some plasticard, medium thickness (1.5mm, maybe). This is available in loads of places, Ebay is very good actually.
Glue, and a knife.
Cut out the base size you want the wall to be - height and length, and glue two pieces back to back. This should be thick enough to make a wall. Then add pieces of plasticard to the sides in order to decorate it - the gothic-window shaped (y'know, like in churches) things you often get to reinforce some old walls. That makes it look quite wall-like. Then glue this essentially 2d thing to a base, where of course it won't stand up, however put a strip of pcard along the side as a 45 degree support. You may need to taper the ends. YOu see this on medaeval walls as well, like this -
Then there are a lot of gaps to fill with simple putty, but you have a moveable Gothic wall. A small strip on the top would look good, as an end, as well as cut out glyphs/runes/insignias.
It might work putting on a gantry as well, but you'd need strong glue.
Paint with a grey/sandstone colour after a black spray, possibly with od brick-like details.
There you go - I should be able to test these in a week when my stuff arrives.
Hell bent on twisting the rules of Inquisitor to my dark desires.Mod Edit -
Ignore this person. What a waste of perfectly good oxygen. There are kids in Antartica or China or Korea or some other country that would kill for the oxygen you are wasting with each passing minute.