Mordheim and Hero-Quest Stuff

EricW
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Joined: 27 Feb 2016, 01:38

01 Aug 2017, 00:55 #51

Lookin' good.  I don't know why, but I really, really like those 2nd and 3rd floor balconies.  Adds a lot of character, maybe that's it.
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Marell le Fou
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Joined: 13 Dec 2016, 22:21

28 Aug 2017, 03:19 #52

News small davances here. The twoer begin to be visible and i have set the bottom of the roof.

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It's sometime a nightmare to set the roof parts. They are never exactly the same bending or height.

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I still have to found an idea for the main street side.

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And here, the roofs have ended really bizarely...

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Zoom on the top tower and roof parts.

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I have glued the stuc part of the back of the field stone wall... And sculpted myself the back, before added the studd. Tell me how you feel it. i'm not really satisfied.Image
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Marell le Fou
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06 Sep 2017, 23:13 #53

Finaly the top roof of the tower did not pleased me that much. Too strange to change the stone wall aspect.

Reconstruction with arcs... They will be filled with wood planks, and decorations added at the end.

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DungeonsNSnapDragons
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09 Sep 2017, 00:31 #54

I cant wait to see this project when it's painted! Great work as always.
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Marell le Fou
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11 Sep 2017, 03:25 #55

So do I ! :)

Very few time yesterday, but i manage to test some ideas for the top of the tower just before night.

Regular slope, 45° angle.

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And a second with two angles. The roof begins with a small 45° angle and then a higher.

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This second has a more germanic look. It's my favorite. And more original, eye attractive...

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And here is the large decorated windonw, just nearby. It still lacks a quarter. Probably made by an elven glass master.

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And with the night, beginnig of gluing. I have finaly added half a height of stone to add some height to allow the great window to have enough place.

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Marell le Fou
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21 Sep 2017, 00:14 #56

So... I finaly undone what i had glued last time. I have realised than my main roof would be too high compared to the tower roof. I have to up a little the tower itself. Half a level, probably.

So i have logicaly continued the main roof, to see what i could do.

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The second slope should be like the one showed on the right of the picture, with the roof part hold by the cutter.

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On this side, i have found i had a light between the two roof parts...

ImageAnd that is why... I had glued the roof parts as if i had a right border, which is not the case >__<

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I will have to unglue this part... To rebuild the roof correctly.

I have also added some vertical beam to support the roof.

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So... Not really the advances i was hoping for this short session... i should not have worked at night and with only two hourse but well... Time is rare those weeks.

I will do better next time :)
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Vail Marston
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01 Oct 2017, 19:53 #57

This may not be the most efficient way to build, but I think it's really adding to the character of the final result. looking forward to the next update.
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Marell le Fou
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15 Oct 2017, 22:37 #58

Temporarily change of project, to really end the painting job of my harbour zone.

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Added the missing row on the border of one of my planks.

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And here we are. Still missing the green wash at the bottom of some buildings and docks.

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Marell le Fou
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02 Nov 2017, 22:04 #59

Here we are with painting job before adding the water.

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DungeonsNSnapDragons
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04 Nov 2017, 18:34 #60

Looks great! I cant wait to see it with the added water.
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