Post by nullpointer on Aug 26, 2017 7:35:49 GMT -9
Yep, I have all the pieces designed and made pretty, and the proof-of-concept means it can work, I only made a few small improvements to the final design. Unfortunately, I'm stuck on my B&W printer, which would work in a pinch but I hope to get a different solution figured out this weekend. Then I can get the fully textured version printed up and assembled to photograph.
Would a PDF be preferable over a zip file of the JPEG pages, or will squirmydad fix it in "post"?
Post by nullpointer on Aug 27, 2017 22:30:13 GMT -9
I'm not sure I will be able to put together a multi-page PDF that maintains the correct scaling... I will try.
Anyway, here's preliminary images of the tower, I just finished the build and it's dark out so I will take better images of the entry in the morning. Hopefully something more suitable for judging.
And then here's how it looks like closed and folded up. It has an internal rubberband mechanism so it automatically pop-out to the 3/d shape from this collapsed state.
As you can see I made it with a double door, arrow slits, and then a single door on the back side, but I will be including a sheet of different architectural features so that the builder can change up its appearance to their liking.
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