unclesrouge

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  1. Thx for the hints - will try it. Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  2. Magnets are a good idea - but how to fix them to the HDF/MDF? Every hint welcome!
  3. Thx for the hints. The magnets are on the way. My first experiments have been with dick tape as hinge - but the magnets seem to be a better idea.
  4. Building the Bandua Aztec Series goes on. The MDF buildings are realy big ... ... does someone have experience making such MDF/HDF buildings "foldable"?
  5. You may also try this material - it is semi-transparent and a bit thicker than acetat sheers and can be laser printed: Mylar-Schablonen-Material https://www.amazon.de/Mylar-Schablonen-Material-St%C3%BCck-Mylarfolie/dp/B008HNQ7BS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1483728815&sr=8-2&keywords=airbrush+schablonen Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  6. Motivated by the first WIP attempts - now a more "realistic" cheap lamp made of hot glue refilling. Just cut it in slices and you get real nice indirect lightning. Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  7. Love your idea of such a table - and i'm realy interrested in seeing the overgrown building. It actually looks realy great. Keep on going! Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  8. Fiddling with the lightning - building a cheap lamps out of a blue plasic folder. Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  9. I'll be adding a light kit to one of mine. (Which reminds me that I need to get some velcro for the battery and replace my cheapy hot glue gun, as it seems to have vanished.) Thank's for the great idea. Simply using a cheap christmas led light :-) Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  10. Every hint for pimp up the building are welcome Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  11. WIP: Got the three Bandua Aztec Series buildings for the jungle city. Really happy with them - the parts fit perfectly togeather. And the buildings are really high.
  12. @Durian: Thx for the real great link - all the details covered there is really fantastic. Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  13. But first I need the earth jungle ground - but now idea whats best? Your help is needed! Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk
  14. Your tips and help needed on how to do (cheap) forest soil / jungle ground! The (cheap) jungle tree procedure with aquarium/terrarium plants worked out very well. The next step is that i want to have a "realistic" jungle ground terrain for the "realistic" jungle trees. What I have so far - collected from all over the forum and web - is the following: Three layers of forest soil / jungle ground: - earth tone soil / mud - foliage - low vegetation Material for buildung that layers are: * soil material: 1. potting soil (sifted and baked) or 2. coffee powder (cooked in a mixture of water and dishwashing detergent, sifted and baked) or 3. plaster (powder/crumbs/gravel mixed with earth tones acrylic colors) - Apply a mixture of wood glue and water to terrain. - Crumble or sprinkle the “jungle soil” all over in varying density. - To fix spray with a mixture of wood glue (transparent), water and dishwashing detergent. * mud material: - mixture of potting soil (sifted and baked), wood glue, water, brown color and clear varnish - Selectively apply the “jungle mud” to terrain. * foliage material: 1. green or black tea (roughly chopped - no teabag) and/or 2. leaves (baked and stamped) and/or 3. freeze-dried parsley and/or marjoram (stamped) * low vegetation material: - wood shavings (colored) - tuft of grass material (long static grass glued with wood glue drops) On top of that forest soil / jungle ground apply your plants and trees.
  15. This is realy, realy a great table! Are there some pics in action on this table? How do you handle the rules on this table for the plants? I assume the whole terrain is handled as jungle terrain (2nd move; -1B; -3BF). Do the plants give partitial cover in addition to this?