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  • Those are really nice, very different and dynamic.

  • Wardog Gaming Tabletop Reports

    Little Joe - - Battle Reports

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    Your French sounds strange, those short office videos really reminded me of the late 90s again. EDIT: congratulations on winning.

  • I think this will be pretty amazing and having a guide ia always a good thing.

  • T9A and future technology

    Little Joe - - Supporters Corner

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    Quote from joel127: “Blender 2.81 is in beta and has new awesome features coming straight from ZBrush for sculpting: - Voxel Remesh in sculpt mode. It allows to create one mesh from disjointed meshed. Awesome to create base meshes Here I easily create a hand from boxes and cylinders. It is quite hard to do just by sculpting from a shpere. dropbox.com/s/hurulqsdtvalwtx/hand_scuplpting.png?dl=0 p.png - New "Pose" brush, allows to change orientation of bits without needing to create an armature, th…

  • Improving the painting level: H2QqxQt.jpg Next up is adding splashes of color again and then another dusting of brighter grey. qeBiXjS.jpg A test for scatter terrain that is playing card sized.

  • About 70-75mm tall with relative size to the 60mm base in that image. They have larger versions in the same style.

  • Quote from Jawor: “I already checked all miniatures from list on forum and there is nothing interesting. ” What did you not like and what must be included for sure? With miniature freedom, clawed fiends can be whatever you want. Neverrealm industries: Schl%C3%A4chter-2-mit-Label-1.jpg Schl%C3%A4chter-3-mit-Label-1.jpg

  • Stuff im doing in my Hobby

    Little Joe - - User Blogs

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    That unit looks awesome with it all mixed up.

  • Unit fillers done well, they really enhance and play with the units to set them in a scene.

  • Quote from piteglio: “amazing build, LJ. you really make us T9Aers proud! as for the miniature painting style, sorry if it took longer than expected. here are four of the warriors: Kamorko, the explorer crossborc (Hidden Content) Cyron, a seaguard of the Kingdom (Hidden Content) Hambi, protector of the woods (Hidden Content) Ernaano, a merchant from the Inferno (Hidden Content) all painted by @Manacerace, except one ” Ok, @Manacerace paints high standard and vibrant. Quote from piteglio: “Quote …

  • Now that is interesting to see Komorko inside the field and you combining parts of scanned terrain to new terrain.

  • Quote from Adam: “Looks great! If you want tips on how to get rid of superglue - as soon as it gets on fingers rinse it with water and scrub with butter knife. It works super well. ” Thanks, good tip, wil try next time I glue myself to the board or myself ... Quote from Karak Norn Clansman: “Utterly fantastic. This is near to Tabletop World quality and build methods. Very dedicated! ” Thanks, not even close to that level. Always good to have something to strive to. I do hope to achieve a decent …

  • This is image 100 of this project, time flies when you are having fun: WdDcbbf.jpg Test fitting the roof. I am winging this construction and this is not the first material/option I tried. I needed materials that can do what I want. If I had loads of thin plasticard, I would have used that. Provided that I could cut it properly, plasticard has this tendency to curl. This is simple cardboard and the ridges are rubber foam. After sticking a few layers of cardboard it gets thick and resilient. The f…

  • I will save the roof update for tomorrow, still needs a lot of work. The board was still wet this morning and I even tried a hair dryer to no avail (could not have it run for hours in the floor). Not much sun today, even some rain, but a good start and the board is soaked again. int65xM.jpg Just a basic color and rubbing it a bit off again to keep some beige. Why waste a good color. Grey on the bricks and my standard brown on the sand. I stippled the sand with grey before adding the brown becaus…

  • T9A and future technology

    Little Joe - - Supporters Corner

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    Quote from piteglio: “cant tell you the pleasure of seeing something on screen, instead of just in my head. baby steps. someday we'll see that on actual tables too. maybe augmented reality. or at least virtual reality. let's see. but yes, merging works. ” My bet is for augmented reality, but not the kind we have today. I would love to have a holo table.

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    Quote from joel127: “Quote from piteglio: “looking great! cant wait to see the cleaned (and then painted) mini. ” Here she is :), painted with contrasts.the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…07b09315617cd7f582de7ebb3 So the small aliasing on the surface was not noticeable at all while painting. However when cutting the support is leaves small dots on the model that are visible after a wash, so I should be really careful to make them flush with the surface. ” Looking good, you plan to print whole armies…

  • T9A and future technology

    Little Joe - - Supporters Corner

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    Looks really good, nice to see that merging works.

  • T9A and future technology

    Little Joe - - Supporters Corner

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    I am not printing at all, simply no time to learn that as well. Your print looks good, can you also feel the steps or just see them? Maybe next year once I have a clear workflow. For now I just ask others for advice, help and feedback. It's a tricky one, eventually I would want both technologies. I would probably start with FDM because it is more suitable for terrain. I see resin printing on the rise regarding personal interest. Especially for fiddly detail bits and high detail basing. I avoid b…

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    Quote from joel127: “No, I was referring to these posts (I never merged my objects, and it would be a nightmare to do). ” Interesting, so you do not need to combine objects for printing? What software do you use? I am still having great problems with complexity my laptop can handle and the detail level I want in the end. So any alternative methods/workflows are great to learn about. Once I get a new mouse or God forbid a tablet, I will be back to digital. For now I need to push analogue a bit.

  • Sorry, my bad, usually I give the bases some extra attention. That's quite a lot of painting done. How much do you still need to paint for the full army? It never ends though, always nice units around to keep adding.