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 Forum: Tournaments, Conventions and Meet-ups   Topic: EEC 2017 in Copenhagen, September 23-24.

Posted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:09 pm 

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We asked around and mobilised enough players for two teams.
So Germany will field two teams this year.

Cheers
Stephan

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:08 pm 

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It's not a 6mm army, but since I have been asked ... It's a 4500 points Goblin army for 9th age. The army was finished just in time for a tournament (1 day to spare). I basically designed printed and painted it in three weeks. Three weeks as in 21 days, 12-14 hours a day plus additional printring ov...

 Forum: Tournaments, Conventions and Meet-ups   Topic: EEC 2017 in Copenhagen, September 23-24.

Posted: Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:08 pm 

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3 games of 3k on a full day and 2 games on a travel day are more or less "established practice". 4 games are a stretch. Would you please change ETC in the threads topic to EEC - as EEC is the original acronym. We are not related to the ETC (Warhammer, 40k and I don't know what) events in a...

 Forum: Tournaments, Conventions and Meet-ups   Topic: EEC 2017 in Copenhagen, September 23-24.

Posted: Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:26 pm 

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Germany will field a team.

I also think we should play more than 2 + 1 games.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 3:39 pm 

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I'm still a hundret models short and only 10 days left.
I'll post some images once I finished them, but Right now there is no time.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:51 pm 

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Thanks for asking,
but no nothing new for Epic.
I expected to do a new Epic army around this time for the EEC. But as that was postponed - I'm doing an 28mm army for Ninth Age at the moment.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Gibletgrinda's Dabblings

Posted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 1:30 pm 

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Great prints and terrain.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 11:49 pm 

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I didn't design the 3mm Terminators.
Best to ask the designer for a 3mm Shapeways model.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:55 am 

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When I design a model I try to keep supports in check.
I.e. the disks in the elbow region would normally need supports. But they are not disks, but cones. This makes supports for them obsolete in most cases.

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:39 am 

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It alsways depends on the model and you can design for a minimum of supports. This one needs a lot of supports for the fingers, knuckles and nails. Would the hand be palm up like holding an orb, the number of supports could be reduced drastically. http://brumbaer.de/Supp1.png You can see that the ch...

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 7:01 pm 

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Single pieces - there must be a good reason for me to do multi-part models.

It's less time consuming to do different models than to design them with interchangeable parts.

 Forum: Wargaming Web News   Topic: The Return of Adeptus Titanicus

Posted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 3:34 pm 

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I wouldn't expect to see any old models. Should the molds still exist it's questinable whether they are still usable - they will not get better over the years and the machines they were meant for will not longer exist. To make them compatible or rework the will be more expensice than doing them a ne...

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:38 pm 

Replies: 450
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The problem is not so much as to print them than to photograp them. I didn't do the Terminator Model. I downloaded it from Thingiverse, scaled him down to half size and put five of him on a base. I used supports for the barrels, which I mounted o0n the front of the base. You will see the blemishes i...

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Fri Sep 02, 2016 9:42 am 

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Redid the flyers. The Knight torso is not that prominent anymore. The exhausts got replaced by a proper tail fin. The wings got smoother. When you look at the model, you will realise that the side with the least detail is the back. And you can grow everything from the back to the front. So I printed...

 Forum: 6mm (and 8mm)   Topic: Stalker, Christmas and a 3D Printer

Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2016 11:00 pm 

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My answer was a bit short :) Yes I see the problem. I would think that special problem could be solved, but other variants will always have some degradation. You will have to find a compromise. I try not to do multi part models just because of the potential problem of sides that are not flat. But us...
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