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Looks awesome! Though from this angle kinda small. What size is the board?
The first pic shows a 4x4 set up the later pics a 6x4. FYI: Cities of Death uses a 4x4 board for two levels of game play.
Last edited by Da Butcha of Bavgad; July 16th, 2006 at 12:13.
I'd guess standard 4x4 for the size.
Those are a whole lot of Gothic ruins kits there. I like the look of it though, now take some pics with mobs of troops on it :yes:
Job well done.
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Awsome! I'd like a close up on that statue and a detailed guide on how you did the water. :yes:
Can I come over and play? lol jk
I was wondering if you wouldn't mind posting some closer pics of the fountain... specifically the top.
I'm getting ready to pick up 3 or so boxes of the multi-building kit & I had a status in mind. the pedestal was to be set up a lot like yours. I'd like to know how you managed to seguay from the column to the base at the top. I plan on putting an Inquisitor model (So on the top of my first one (I have 4 =I= sized models for eventual statuary).
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Below are a few close up pics of the fountain that a few of you asked for.
When taking them i realized i need to do the detail work on the lamps.
Also I used a two part epoxy for the water effect rather then the usual two part bar resin i normally use and I did not like the result. I plan to add a thin layer of bar resin to get a smoother and more realistic effect as the epoxy is too "textured" for lack of a better term.
Wow that looks great! makes me want to make some terrain of my own right now!!
The statue thingy is really cool!
Certainly, assuming you find yourself in the CT area...=)