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Build your own 3D Woodinvale
01-24-2011, 02:15 AM
Post: #11
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
Well, the best way to learn a program is just to drive in and get messy. After awhile you'll learn the pros and cons, and you'll be able to churn em out. It still looks nice regardless.

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01-26-2011, 01:05 AM
Post: #12
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
Think I'm getting a little better,here's the barn for example: [Image: normal_barn.jpg]
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06-26-2011, 02:06 PM (This post was last modified: 06-26-2011 03:48 PM by samuraitrev.)
Post: #13
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
Just look at some of this stuff to buy damn I wish I was rich! http://www.gelaendestuecke.de/onlineshop...size-.html

Here's some examples if you still can't be bothered to look. It's 25-30mm scale so it's spot on for your FFP games. I've already found Barn, Church, Cornfield (with removable corn), Diner, Graveyard, Junk Yard and more.

Junkyard
see below

Diner
   

Even a meteor
   

I already own several small pieces of terrain of theirs and it's the best quality I've ever seen (to buy). All ready painted too! I have the Bog, Death Pit, Fortified Hill, Wooden Tower and Walls and Hedges.

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08-18-2011, 01:56 PM
Post: #14
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
I'm still working on this project when I get the time. Next time though I probably would have bought buildings before building them. The work that takes the longest for me now is the interiors. Although I am really looking forward to finishing the supermarket. Lots of work in it but it will be awesome when done. I always go back to working on them during the winter. I want to get the town done so I can start on the Carnival boards. :P

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08-18-2011, 02:16 PM
Post: #15
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
(08-18-2011 01:56 PM)Canadian Pittbull Wrote:  I'm still working on this project when I get the time. Next time though I probably would have bought buildings before building them. The work that takes the longest for me now is the interiors. Although I am really looking forward to finishing the supermarket. Lots of work in it but it will be awesome when done. I always go back to working on them during the winter. I want to get the town done so I can start on the Carnival boards. :P

Really looking forward to seeing it your work is amazing man!
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02-01-2012, 05:32 PM
Post: #16
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
I was thinking about getting buildings, vehicles, etc. for this game.
But what are you all doing to determine move spaces. Or how are you setting them to the game board? Pics possibly?
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02-22-2012, 03:47 PM
Post: #17
RE: Build your own 3D Woodinvale
(08-18-2011 01:56 PM)Canadian Pittbull Wrote:  I'm still working on this project when I get the time. Next time though I probably would have bought buildings before building them. The work that takes the longest for me now is the interiors. Although I am really looking forward to finishing the supermarket. Lots of work in it but it will be awesome when done. I always go back to working on them during the winter. I want to get the town done so I can start on the Carnival boards. :P

@Canadian Pittbull,

Hey I've gone to your earlier thread to look at your models and I only see the text messages. Are the photos located somewhere else or am I missing something?
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