Post by Vermin King on Jan 23, 2014 8:51:33 GMT -9
As I mentioned elsewhere, I'm doing some dioramas. I remember seeing a hex-shaped landing grid at one time that was composed of three diamond-shaped pieces that connect at the points to form the larger grid. For the life of me, I cannot find it on my hard drive, nor can I find it by a search. Does anyone remember this?
If I remember correctly, I thought I saved it because it was what I considered 'genius' at the time. One page to save, but printed out three times gives the whole thing. I liked it.
But I cannot find it...
I was also thinking that I could take that base piece and convert it into a warehouse/hangar floor piece.
Assuming it isn't gone forever. Where is TommyGun? Giving him this idea, he would probably have something pretty cool in about 30 minutes.
If you can think of where this was, I would appreciate it. If it gives someone a good idea to run with, even better.
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Post by Vermin King on Jan 23, 2014 17:50:05 GMT -9
Those are beautiful. Dice trays, right? Did you print them on photo paper? Nevermind, I should check out the link
EDIT: They are dice trays. Very nice. The textures are vibrant. Are they on photo paper?
I never did find the landing grid that I was looking for, but I have found something I can use as a pattern at mk.strats-welt.at/index.php?tgt=Terrain. The Torhaus blockierend has the shape I want. Two sections of the roof give me the diamond shape. Although I am one step below 'poor' at GIMP, I will try to cobble something together.
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