Angri Artists
#1
I recently started making terrain on a laser cutter. here are a few to have a look at



http://angriartists.com.au/product/fantasy-terrain-wind-mill/

http://angriartists.com.au/product/fantasy-terrain-medieval-house-3/

Once I have a few painted up I'll put a better pic in here.

Anyway let me know what you think.
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#2
(11-08-2016, 03:20 PM)ogrebane Wrote: I recently started making terrain on a laser cutter. here are a few to have a look at



http://angriartists.com.au/product/fantasy-terrain-wind-mill/

http://angriartists.com.au/product/fantasy-terrain-medieval-house-3/

Once I have a few painted up I'll put a better pic in here.

Anyway let me know what you think.

Are these in a prototyping stage?  Would suggestions be in order?

If possible can you snap a pic of the windmill partly disassembled? I want to know what the lower building looks like without the upper portion standing on it. 


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#3
You can make suggestions for sure. I have sold several of these but Im new to this and willing to learn. I do have a bunch of pics of the windmill Ill load them up later so you can have a look.

One of the things Im trying to achieve is have cheap terrain and reasonable prices and easy to put together. But it seems the more intricate pieces are the most popular.

So feel free to make suggestions as I do want to make stuff that people like the look of.

Cheers
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#4
Here are a few wip photos. Not the best photo's I am woring on a better light box and lighting. Anyway here they are

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So the full windmill


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This is how the bottom piece goes together. You can just put the top on with out glue to make it easier for storage etc.

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This is a very basic house with a balcony to add a bit of interest. I intend to make a pdf for each house you can download with extra features like boards etc that you can cut out and stick on to give some more detail.

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back view of the house showing some of the details.

Feel free to give me hint suggestions or opinions.

Cheers
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#5
This is the watermill I have made. Has a few options on how to build. Im hoping to base and paint this one soon.

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The water wheel can be separate from the mill house.
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A 5mm piece of pvc rod is used for the mill shaft but you can use a 3mm square piece from the kit if you don't want the wheel to turn

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#6
These are a couple of other houses I have in the range. Still fairly basic but they look pretty good on the table top and are fairly easy to put together.

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This is the first house I made. Its basic but is easy to put together and can be modified easily as well.
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The top is separate for storage. I will probably modify all the houses so the roofs are separate for gaming purposes.


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Anyway feel free to leave a comment opinion or suggestion.

Cheers
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#7
I really like the water wheel! That is something that is hard to scratch build.

Suggestion about the windmill: windmills rotate to face the wind.

Yours would be a better model if it looked like it could. A windmill like yours would be built so that the upper portion could turn on a central spindle. It looks locked down to one direction.


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#8
Yes I have seen those ones they sit on a different type of structure. I might have a go at it one day when Im better at modelling. Thanks for the tip.

cheers
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#9
This is the latest terrain piece we have released.

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As you can see the rooves are removable for games play

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This piece is compatible with 25 - 32mm scale system and can be used from medieval (Fantasy) through to Scifi. Once I work out the settings for cardboard I will make furniture pieces for this terrain as well.
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