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    Default Terrain Factory

    This weekend I decided (as usually;)) not to loose too much time, woke up early and started producing new 3D terrain elements for our future gaming sessions. Did not realize it is so easy and addicting... Well, it turned out to be a production line...

    Must think of some giving away
    You guys who are going for Prague SummerCon - BE PREPARED

    This is how it all went...











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    Excellent!

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    Very nice! Which ones did you decide were your favorites? Personally I really like how the one in the upper left of the second photo turned out.

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    They look really great! Well done!

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    Very nice, I like a lot. Do they interlock or are they free standing.
    Be safe
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    Well done, Andrzej.

    I was looking at terrain at a FLGS recently. I did not care for the scale or price. You have convinced me of a better solution.

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    Nice work, comrade.

    Those terrain pieces look awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devsdoc View Post
    Very nice, I like a lot. Do they interlock or are they free standing.
    Be safe
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    They are free standing, Rory. I am a rough sculptor and could connect only straight edges;)

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    Thanks a lot, mates.

    @Sven: there is one bigger island right there for you. Get a more spacey backpack to Prague

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    They look very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Пилот View Post
    They look very nice!
    OK, one is yours as well, Heмaњa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightbomber View Post
    They are free standing, Rory. I am a rough sculptor and could connect only straight edges;)
    That is O.K. Andrzej. They still look good to me
    Be safe
    Rory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmoss View Post
    Very nice! Which ones did you decide were your favorites? Personally I really like how the one in the upper left of the second photo turned out.
    For me, the upper left part on the 4th picture is the best one The way the paint reacts with the material (styrodur) was a real chemical discovery. It melts it making a random, fine structure. Citadel grass and real Egyptian sand taken from Marsa Alam beaches make for a final outcome

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    You need to use latex paints or other water based paints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightbomber View Post
    OK, one is yours as well, Heмaњa

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    Just spotted this thread of yours Andy.
    I was looking to do some small Islands after my mammoth effort on Valdivia and saw this.
    Just the inspiration I need.
    Thanks Shipmate.
    Rob.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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