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#2977
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
I recently wanted to play around with height and spaces using Master Maze stuff and here are a few pics.

The statues in the first pic are "Argonath" book ends that were released with the Fellowship of the Ring extended DVD gift box set here in the UK.
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#2978
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Hmmm the pic did not upload. I`ll try another time.
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#2979
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
London,

I THink that you will need to Register and Log in to Post Stuff? Come Back and Post, I'd Love to See the Pics...
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#2980
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Okay Void, here goes;
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#2981
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thar be Dwarves with crossbows behing those slits!
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#2982
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
I wanted to echo the bridge of Khazad Dum with this idea. Simply inverting narrow passage pieces on a thin strong length of wood gives a great stone bridge effect. As you can see, the felt bases are concealed by floor tiles placed on top.
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#2983
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Another view of the main bridge and guarding keep. The thin stone bridge is just out of the picture to the left.
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#2984
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Finally for now here is an overview of "The Bekkenhame Halls" as they were called in the game. A Dwarven trading stronghold with bridges across an underground river and waterfall.

You can see many more pics at a Yahoo Group I just started up.

groups.yahoo.com/group/mastermaze
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#2985
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 3 Months ago  
Nice Job London...


This is a Great Example of just how Flexible the DF stuff can be if you are willing to use some imagination and a few odds and Ends Like the Pillars from the MK stuff you have in the Background, or the Swinging Log Trap piece turned Arch way... And I have to say I got a little Chuckle out of the Garbage Bag... Big thumbs up on ingenuity...
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#2986
The Bekkenhame Bridge 10 Years, 2 Months ago  
Chuckle? CHUCKLE??? That is the abyssal abyss of unending, unbending, heartrending doom to you!!! :lol:

Glad you liked it Void.

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