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DoE 'One-Box Challenge' 9 Years, 2 Months ago  

Wow, Great Job... And of Course I Love Your Use of the Water Sheets within the negative Spaces created by the Passages...<Grin>... I Will Definately Snag this Design...

What IS that Fountain that you and IO are Talking about?
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DoE 'One-Box Challenge' 8 Years, 11 Months ago  
MLV, (or anyone else who can help answer these questions)

Hello. My name is John Weaver. I'm hoping you (or anyone else who can answer these questions) can help me out. I'll look here for a response.

I was admiring pictures of a setup you posted for a DoE challenge. I really like what you did in making a multi-level setup. I haven't tried anything like it yet. I'd like your help with a few things. 1) Are those DF items you used for the large support columns/pillars? If so, what is the official DF name and model number if you have it? Thanks. I have some "pillars" in the Wicked Additions set, but that is obviously not what you used. I will have to slap myself silly if I've missed out on another great DF item that is no longer in print. I see the DF web site says the'll have red pillars in stock again, but aren't those the ones in the Wicked Add set?
2) Do you do anything special to get your "walls" to stand upright? Your pics and shots of a very neat cavern/gorge setup I saw have me wondering what on earth people are doing to keep their pieces verticle instead of horizontal (if I'm getting my directions correct).

Thanks for the info/helps/tips,

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62 sets and counting. In addition, a boatload of individual pieces or sets of pieces.
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