Castle work

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Castle work

Postby Wkeyser » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 06:38

Hey guys well am finally working on the castle and here are some photos.

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Here you can see the plans for the castle.

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Re: Castle work

Postby Thomas J » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 09:29

Great work Will :D
Still got some way to got... But as the Chinese saying goes: "Obesity does not come from one mouthful".... 8)
Looking forward to seeing more pictures
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Re: Castle work

Postby Thomas J » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 11:40

BTW - have you seen this guys take on a Japanese castle?

https://templebuilder.wordpress.com/japanese-castle/

He has found a pretty good solution to the curved roof...

A cardboard tube cut in sections and electrical wires... Brilliant! :shock:

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Re: Castle work

Postby Wkeyser » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 12:55

That does look good. I am going to try that, i was just going to cut ribs out of foam core ( kind of like those wings on balsa wood planes) and them curve the plastic tile sheets i have over those. The tile sheets i have might be a little large so i will see what i can pick up at Tactica in hamburg.

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Re: Castle work

Postby Thomas J » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 15:12

Could work to.

And you could hold down the curved sheet with needlepins until the glue settles... And then the pin heads could be covered up by the electrical wire :D
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