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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 5:20

That tower is amazing!
It looks really authentic, the way all the stones lay.. simply stunning!

One question though, where do you buy stones like that? I'm wondering, because most Empire styled houses are based on rocks like that. And I never managed to find any for my own buildings.. Suspect


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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 8:16

Pfreck wrote:
That tower is amazing!
It looks really authentic, the way all the stones lay.. simply stunning!

One question though, where do you buy stones like that? I'm wondering, because most Empire styled houses are based on rocks like that. And I never managed to find any for my own buildings.. Suspect


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Thanks man!
We didn't buy the stones. We took the stones which were used for old town square in city of Pula (in Roman period). First, we brake the stones into tiles, then we handcraft them into small stones with pliers.
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 9:11

that's some great looking scenery! i'm inspired to make some more myself now Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 9:42

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How well does it take to hammer blows? Ya know, for ruined Mordheim scenery?

Well, we didn't really try that Laughing but resina being so hard I doubt it can be done Wink

Joke aside, if you wanna do a mordheim ruin, you can order any part of any building we made and than with little imagination create a building you want.

Any part being complete sections? Or will you sell *build it youself kits* kinda like a Lego kit with a mess of differnent bricks, windows, etc? I would definitely be interested in that. Not that I am less interested in these that you offer now of course...
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 11:09

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Any part being complete sections? Or will you sell *build it youself kits* kinda like a Lego kit with a mess of differnent bricks, windows, etc? I would definitely be interested in that. Not that I am less interested in these that you offer now of course...

Well, if you look at our "waht you get" pics, you shoud have an idea on the parts that can be ordered. Guard Tower (what you get)

Medieval Inn (what you get)

Town Square (what you get)

Some sections are whole (1st floor of the Inn) and some are just walls. Tower's whole stone body presents one part, but, if interested, any side can be casted separatly (maybe 2 separate sides glued together would make nice double sided stone wall for any mordheim building).


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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 11:30

How much will cost the forge ? I'm in love with, I will probably order an inn and this forge next month (I will see with my paid Razz ) thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 11:53

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How much will cost the forge ? I'm in love with, I will probably order an inn and this forge next month (I will see with my paid Razz ) thumbsup

Well, Inn is 45 €, and Blacksmith will probably be around 50€ without base. If you order both, you get blacksmith base (10€) for free.

Thanx for the interest Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 12:37

How much for a floor section of the Town Square?
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 12:59

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How much for a floor section of the Town Square?

I guess you are thinking on the floor section of the Inn? The part with 2 doors? This piece is 11€. Only problem is that the minimum postage for Europe is around 7€, so it would be wise to order more then one piece.

If you're thinking about Town Square (the base of the Inn), it's 20€. One center piece is 2,5€.
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Feb 2009 - 16:03

I've got some more questions on the town square if that's OK -

Am I right that the painted up picture is of a 10x8 section that costs 20 euros?

The picture of the "raw materials" shows on the right-hand side a section that seems like it would do for a street section, I was wondering how wide that section in the picture is?

Also how flexible are the pieces in the way you can put them together - I was specifically wondering whether it is possible to put them together in such a way that they have an "inside corner" - i.e. to pave the inside angle of an L shaped area, or a T-junction between streets?

If you were not buying the 'standard' 10x8 configuration would it be reasonable to assume a rough price of around 30-35 euros per square foot? - I'm not going to hold you to any kind of a quote! - I just did some rough maths and that's what I came out with, so I wanted to check that was about what you had as well!

I've also got a germ of an idea at the moment and I was also wondering how much you might retail the chimney stack from the medieval inn for?

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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Thu 19 Feb 2009 - 2:31

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I've got some more questions on the town square if that's OK -

Am I right that the painted up picture is of a 10x8 section that costs 20 euros?

The picture of the "raw materials" shows on the right-hand side a section that seems like it would do for a street section, I was wondering how wide that section in the picture is?

Also how flexible are the pieces in the way you can put them together - I was specifically wondering whether it is possible to put them together in such a way that they have an "inside corner" - i.e. to pave the inside angle of an L shaped area, or a T-junction between streets?

If you were not buying the 'standard' 10x8 configuration would it be reasonable to assume a rough price of around 30-35 euros per square foot? - I'm not going to hold you to any kind of a quote! - I just did some rough maths and that's what I came out with, so I wanted to check that was about what you had as well!

I've also got a germ of an idea at the moment and I was also wondering how much you might retail the chimney stack from the medieval inn for?

Thanks!

Yes, painted version is 10x8 and it's 20€. Square foot would be 35€.

Road showed on the right is 2in wide. You can put a middle section in between the borders to get a wider road (5in - for whole regiment).

Modular system has corners. So when you want the L turn or make a T junction you can just put 2 corners on the end, and start with another road. In the same manner you can connect square with the road.

It would be best if you could draw desired shape with measurements, then we'll tell you if it is possible to be done, and how much would it cost.

Chimney, including the top which consists of 2 parts, is also 11€ (without the top - 10€).
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Sat 21 Feb 2009 - 12:33

wow is all i can say.
I'm amazed at the detail on these pieces,

again, wow Shocked

Its times like this that I wish I wasn't a broke jobless teen.

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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 23 Feb 2009 - 3:35

Thanx Zulu!

Small update.
The figure of blacksmith and his anvil have been modeled & are ready to be molded and cast in resin:



As for the forge, all the roofs and the base have been finished.
We still have to do a chimney and some smaller details.
All together, it should be finished in about two weeks.

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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 23 Feb 2009 - 3:37

Cool smith! Cianty is going to love you (more)!
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 16 Mar 2009 - 11:14

Hello guys!
The blacksmith's forge is finally finished!
We spent a lot of time making it and we hope you'll enjoy it. Smile
Also, the website will be finished in about 5 days.
Here are the photos:




Comments are more than welcome.
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 16 Mar 2009 - 11:19

VERY, VERY NICE! Some GREAT ideas to steal..er...borrow. Thanks! thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 16 Mar 2009 - 11:42

I've seen the smith before but now the finished forge is just... wow! I can't wait to paint up one of those. And I totally I love you the little details and bits you've included.

Very very nice! thumbsup

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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Mon 16 Mar 2009 - 11:48

You guys are awesome! That's one great building! If I ever get me to stop buying miniatures, some of your stuff will be next on my list Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Tue 17 Mar 2009 - 3:55

OMG !!! affraid
I HAVE TO GOT ONE OF THIS !!! I love you
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Tue 17 Mar 2009 - 4:02

very nice terrain
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Tue 17 Mar 2009 - 4:53

I absolutely love the way you made the woodwork!

though, on a small side note... have another look at your flames in the forge... - the paintjob that is... - The hottest part of the flames are inside, meaning the lighter colours will be there, and not on the outside... in the case of flames one has to highlight the other way around, starting of light, and getting progressively darker...

Other than that, wicked building!
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Mar 2009 - 4:28

Thanks a lot guys!!

@Cianty - We can't wait to see the model painted by you! Wink

@Lanyssa Ryssyll - Well, you know how to get one. Very Happy

@Ezekiel - Yeah, I'm aware that this is not realistic way to paint the fire, it's just that we like it more when done this way. Anyway, thanks for the advice. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Wed 18 Mar 2009 - 15:27

Just to show you "what you get" kit for the blacksmith:


And a new picture of "what you get" kit for Medieval Inn
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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Thu 19 Mar 2009 - 10:05

Hello fellow hobbists!
If you like our stuff, please take a minute and vote for our models on coolminiornot.
http://www.coolminiornot.com/artist/Tabletop+World

We really appreciate your support!

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PostSubject: Re: Tabletop Scenery   Thu 19 Mar 2009 - 10:28

I did like one hour ago. Smile

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