Post by oldschooldm on Nov 26, 2012 14:02:17 GMT -9
This model looks AMAAAAZING!
Is it too late to request that the over-texture scoring lines be placed on their own layer? They really stand out in some places (rocks) and it'd be great to be able to hide them from the printout, especially if you have a cutter. :-)
Post by BSGTony (lordzsezse) on Nov 26, 2012 23:32:14 GMT -9
Ahhh, I really sorry but it's a bit late, we have already saved all the textures with lines and it means 20 pages/styles (80 pages) that we would have to re-save and make different layers for the 4 styles and their lines (because there are small differences on the ornaments and mill-wheels), so it would be a bit harder to use the pdf file for the customers, too.
We would like to make a pdf where you can mix the rocks and other textures onto one model and it would be hard to do with lines on separated layers, but I understand why you needed this, so we will keep it on our mind.
Please let us to know if there are any problems with our lines (or something else) and we will try to take care of them in the future! Thank you!
You guys have done an amazing job on this model! I wanted a copy of it since I saw the pre-production pictures. I can't wait til this is released. Any dates yet? I want to be one of the first 100 customers!
Post by BSGTony (lordzsezse) on Nov 30, 2012 4:47:34 GMT -9
The Information Pdfs stand 3 (to the Items) and 24 (to the Mill) sheets, the model that you can print is 19 sheets with the first page with buttons and the items are on 3 pages.
I recommend you to burn it into a CD or copy to a pendrive next bury it into an iron safe. ;D
If you lost the file I believe we can solve that problem, but if you lost it and you would like to download it again you will not get the bonus layer from RPGnow. Aaand there are no layers in the file, you can change the styles with buttons.
Yeah baby, I got my copy!!! ;D And I got the bonus model layer too. Sweet! This model is really detailed... and there are a ton of little parts. I might wait for the cut files to build it. Totally LOVE the different options though. You guys did awesome work! There's so much little detail. I saw that Lord Zsezse is going to make more elven buildings! That's the 2nd best news I've heard all day. The 1st of course was getting my hot little hands on this model.
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