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Generic Terrain

After a few games played in the Desert of the Tartars, a need of decorative elements was obvious. A lot of terrain pieces are needed for making an interesting story come to life, but unfortunately a lot of time is needed to build those pieces. 155 more words


The Mill

A sawmill model for HO railroad was lost in the attic for more than twenty years, and re-discovered in an epic archeological expedition. The all plastic thing was too much modern to my taste and chirurgically destroyed, recycled and rebuild as a standard house. 106 more words


15mm Dungeon

A project taking years: building a modular dugeon for 15mm miniatures; corridors and rooms, furnitures an props. The furnitures on the following pictures have been drawed in 3D with Blender, and printed. 61 more words


/ wishing wednesday: birthday /

Today is my birthday so I thought I’d put together a little list of my ideal birthday gifts. Hopefully this weekend we’re going to have a mini staycation since I can’t travel too far. 83 more words


Work in Progress Wednesday 2-10-16: The World is Coming Together

I’ve had quite the productive week, so I have a fair amount to show you for Work in Progress Wednesday this week (although only had time to snap the one picture). 402 more words


Making Fences - pt. 2

I’ve been making slow progress on my fences. But after siting down after work two straight nights – I’ve just about finished.

I decided on (2) long sections, (2) short sections and (2) corner sections. 314 more words


Importing Point Clouds and Modelling the Terrain

A quick way of inserting the representation of the terrain to our model is using the point cloud import feature of ARCHICAD. Point clouds are more and more popular since they can give the most detailed surveying results, however at the same time need some touch up for architectural BIM use. 1,042 more words