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#8270
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 8 Months ago  
I will downsize in future....Thanks for noticing the weird face. I am still carving slash sculpting so I wasnt paying much attention to detail.

It is kinda creepy, tho'

Danny
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#8271
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 8 Months ago  
I am Pretty Sure that is Allister Crowley...<Snicker>...
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#8272
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Hey All

First post since GC2005....Had a great time.

This is the latest distressing and DB pass on the dreaded city wall. I am scaling these down per the last request....and soon I will be able to set this up with DF pieces for a nice little into the sewers beneath the wall scenario.

The light side and the darkly wet side...presented for your brutal criticism...have a good one everyone.

DG
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#8273
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Holy Cow!

And I Thought it Looked Great Before... But I Guess it Took a lot of Work to Get rid of that Ghost Face Huh?...<Grin>... I Think that I like the Distressed Natural Stone Look Better than the Stone Block look that you Started with, THis sort of Makes it Look like an Ancient Citadel Carved From the Living Rock... I Love the Textureing and Shading thus far... What do you intend to do Next?
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#8274
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
I am finishing the base coat then comes:


rust streaks (iron oxide)
hinting and shading
additional texturing/surfacing
flock

This is intended to be a playable piece so I need to make it useful. I also want to play both sides so I am not sure how I will handle stairs and the like. probably just "suggest" them inside the wall itself.

Then I need to finish the towers with more crennelations and battlements and finish the gates....Probably a portcullis that raises from the ground up rather than the ceiling down and a pair of collossal doors on the other side. We'll see and thanks for the positive vibe.

Later,
Danny
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#8275
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Bummer. No more Ghost Faced Killa'... Oh wait--that was Wu Tang Clan. Sorry, wrong mssg. boardz. ROFL

Danny--it's lookin' great!
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#8276
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
Danny,

So I'm Thinking about your "plans" for this Beast and it Occurs to me that you Had Said that you Want to make it "Usefull"... Now the Portcullis Coming out of the Ground would be Kewl if the "Base" for this thing was Deep enough, But What about Having a "Functional" Gate? You Know Actually Attache a Chain to a "Real" Crank? Be Able to Lift it, and perhaps have "Locks" that would allow you to Raise and Lower it Incrementally, so that You Could Open and Close it over a Period of two or three turns or somthing? Just a THought... Regardless I think that this is Going to Look Great when Completed...
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#8277
City Wall - Work in Progress 8 Years, 6 Months ago  
hmmmmm....not a bad idea. Just not certain that the thing has room for a functional portcullis. the wall is rather short and narrow (front to back). I was thinking useful as in unbreakable and with as few moving parts as possible. I have a four year old.

But now you have me thinking...and my wife will tell you....that's when the trouble starts.

I will not be working on this until later this week. I have some commissions to finish and some graphic design work for a client. Will post at the next milestone. Also just began brainstorming on a new ground effect idea. Post more on that once I start the sculpt.

DG
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