Don Antonio 13

Lasercut and custom terrain for club

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2 minutes ago, TerrorTigr said:

Looks really cool!

Thank you very much) Tomorrow will put more photos.

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Looks great!

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Really diggin this :D

Any chance you would give out those cutting plans ?

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Very nice. Fantastic work on the weathering and graffiti!

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There's a spelling mistake on one of the booze crates.  Just thought you should know.

"Cognac" isn't spelled with a 'k' (and shouldn't be - it's both a place name and a regional brand of sorts).  The "whisky" one is fine though - that's the spelling usually used on the Scottish Whiskies - and thus appropriate for the Galwegians and Caledonian skirt wearers.

Unless it's a rough-as-guts hooch made on some backwater world where they swill paint stripper and call it "burb'un" and cognak is their brand name.  :D

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17 hours ago, chromedog said:


Unless it's a rough-as-guts hooch made on some backwater world where they swill paint stripper and call it "burb'un" and cognak is their brand name.  :D

Pronounced Cog-nack, no doubt.

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@Don Antonio 13

Dear sir, firstly I'd like to say sweet avatar, rainbows are awesome. Your image choice for advertisements is excellent as well, I admire it and it matches my tastes spot on. Your painting is excellent as well!

I identify some the terrain I think, but is some of this custom cut? I also like the look of your natural terrain, it seems you wanted the edges to blend in to the table, and it's very well done.

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6 hours ago, Don Antonio 13 said:

@Alister

Thank you very much) I love bright colors, I want to make the entire table in this style, soon in our club tournament, and lay out a photo with tables. In the meantime, here's a little colored terrain.

All terrain which I paint our own production.

 

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@Don Antonio 13

Will you by any chance be releasing this terrain to the public, it's very nice!

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Wow. Great terrain!

 

I really love all the details. Especially the Mirinda sign :D

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Beautiful stuff! Thanks for sharing. On the hex patterning, are you using a stencil or is that present on the models? If it was already there how are you preserving such a clean pattern?

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On 04.03.2017 at 6:42 PM, zagdag said:

Beautiful stuff! Thanks for sharing. On the hex patterning, are you using a stencil or is that present on the models? If it was already there how are you preserving such a clean pattern?

To paint using stencils own production, that's like this:9_t_3ZU2OW4.jpg

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The wonky plank roofs look more Orc than Haqq to me, but the rest is awesome!

Are the tile patterns done with stencils and an airbrush?

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On 29.03.2017 at 5:20 AM, Wirelizard said:

The wonky plank roofs look more Orc than Haqq to me, but the rest is awesome!

Are the tile patterns done with stencils and an airbrush?

Yes, patterns are made using stencils and airbrush

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