Welcome to DJK's Fantasy World where I'll be building different models for table top role play games and discussing my writing, including my novels based on the very first fantasy character I played. The models are made from recycled materials where possible, although various commercially purchased products will also be used and discussed.
I'll also throw in the occasional book and theatre reviews, you can't beat live performance. Plus my Dr Who tapestry progress.
Sunday, 8 September 2013
New Mystery Model, parts #6, #10 & #12
Three more roof related pieces of the new mystery model
today – the weather was a bit windy and rainy so working out on the table in
the garden was really not an option.
This means I usually look for smaller
scale pieces to work on and sticking roof tiles is about the simplest option.
These three parts have the working numbers and names as
#6 Front reception roof
#10 Second floor, right side, centre piece
#12 Second floor, right side, rear roof.
Two are triangles of foam board with cardboard roof covered
in tiles, whilst the other piece is an L shape made from foam board with a
slanted piece of card going partially up leaving a small side of wall exposed.
Piece #12 also has a lip to the roof so that the tiles will
over hang the front slightly. This will be to the front of the final building.
The biscuit box is now fully cut up into tiles, it was used
on these three pieces and will still have enough for the other three small roof
pieces that I’ll be working on next.