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Ruthless Rafkin






Glen Burnie, MD

Okay, this is a bit of a long shot here.

I'm trying and failing to find two old modeling blogs:

The first is one about a gentleman painstakingly building a medieval tower, floor by floor. He used materials as close to the real thing as possible, tiny bricks and little marble slabs, etc. I think it was in Italian or Spanish.

The second was someone creating an Imperial sky vessel, very akin to a naval vessel. It was mostly scratch built.

My Google Fu is failing me, and like Obi Wan, y'all are my only hope.



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Regular Dakkanaut





For the airship, was it Dei Greci's Athena?

http://fischers-design-shop.blogspot.com/2016/05/athena-steampunk-airship-107.html?spref=bl

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Ruthless Rafkin






Glen Burnie, MD

Yes! That's the one!

Thank you!



-Loki- wrote:
40k is about slamming two slegdehammers together and hoping the other breaks first. Malifaux is about fighting with scalpels trying to hit select areas and hoping you connect more. 
   
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 Valhallan42nd wrote:
Okay, this is a bit of a long shot here.

I'm trying and failing to find two old modeling blogs:

The first is one about a gentleman painstakingly building a medieval tower, floor by floor. He used materials as close to the real thing as possible, tiny bricks and little marble slabs, etc. I think it was in Italian or Spanish.

The second was someone creating an Imperial sky vessel, very akin to a naval vessel. It was mostly scratch built.

My Google Fu is failing me, and like Obi Wan, y'all are my only hope.


That sounds like a Hirst Arts project to me. Do you have anything more than a medieval tower floor by floor? Round Tower, three floors, etc.?
   
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Regular Dakkanaut





Athena was on Warseer, so the tower might be something Boreas_NL did (looks like he had a simultaneous thread on Tom's; https://boringmordheimforum.forumieren.com/t2693p775-my-own-little-corner-of-mordheim)

Though I have a hunch that you are thinking of Bishmeister's Ostland Tower (which looks like it also had a simultaneous thread on Warhammer-Empire; http://warhammer-empire.com/theforum/index.php?topic=41943.425)

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Beyond the Beltway

Klaus also has a thread here on Dakka.

Yes, he is insanely talented. Feel free to exalt his thread.

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