Post by BlackCat13 on Sept 28, 2017 8:31:47 GMT -9
I just built this kit and it looks fairly sharp, but I have to say I am a little disappointed. I am used to getting a whole lot more in your kits. This building will make good filler in my cities, but the basic brick-like shape and standard placement of doors and windows with no pipes or bellows included means that I'll have to print pages from other models if I want to spice this one up. Luckily, I caught this one on sale. I like these roof braces you're including in your newer kits. Is there any chance you might go back and make a few for some of your older kits? It would certainly speed construction and improve the strength of the models. I definitely liked Steampunk Building No. 1 better than this model, but this is still a good model. It is just not as good as you normally produce. I own over fifty of your kits currently and plan on buying more.
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Post by Vermin King on Sept 28, 2017 8:48:42 GMT -9
Dave, you have set your own bar to a height that isn't reached by every single one of your models.
@blackcat13, when most of Dave's collection is on sale, it's hard to appreciate that some models were priced lower for less detail. On the other hand, this does have multiple skins, which adds to the value. I hope Dave does this more for enjoyment than the cash, because he invests a lot of time developing the textures, the layered pdf's, and doing the production behind-the-scenes stuff. I feel guilty stocking up when they go on sale, sometimes, but on the other hand, many of the kits wouldn't be in my collection if they weren't on sale. Are there specific models you want to see this roof-brace system?
And we always like to see photos...
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