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#1 Wed, Jul7 2010 1:47pm

Arthadan
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From: Spain
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Some amazing gametables

Hello all,

This year I've gone to the Games Day (GW's selling show) in Spain with a club of people who play the LotR based games. Thay have made some game tables really worth to see:

Link


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#2 Wed, Jul7 2010 3:38pm

Turambar
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Re: Some amazing gametables

There is much to see! A great site, thank you for this Master Arthadan!


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#3 Sat, Nov13 2010 3:13am

Arthadan
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Re: Some amazing gametables

Updated with the Rammas Echor


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#4 Sat, Nov13 2010 11:06am

Turambar
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Re: Some amazing gametables

A nice link, Master Arthadan. Vey inspiring indeed. In this case for me! How could you know that . . . wink

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#5 Sat, Nov13 2010 11:42am

Arthadan
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Re: Some amazing gametables

So, you're in a "Gondorian mode" Master Turambar. Then let me show you also the bridge of Osgiliath by the same talented guy.

Last edited by Arthadan (Sat, Nov13 2010 11:42am)


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#6 Sat, Nov13 2010 3:36pm

Turambar
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Re: Some amazing gametables

Ah, didnīt see that, although I have spent hours teher already . .  .
Thank you!  smile


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#7 Sat, Nov13 2010 6:39pm

Arthadan
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Re: Some amazing gametables

You're welcome! Just in case you also miss his Haradrim Fortress, here you are.

And now his nice mumakil conversions and his inspired Haradrim fanatics.

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he's got talent, that's for sure! By the way, his nickname is Sukhe_bator and the photos are from the Lead Adventure forum.


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#8 Sat, Nov13 2010 9:55pm

Thingol
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Re: Some amazing gametables

Very interesting page, and great dioramas... thanks for this Master Arthadan.... I specially like Haradim fortress.... great piece !

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#9 Sun, Nov14 2010 11:42am

Arthadan
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Re: Some amazing gametables

You're welcome, Master Thingol.


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#10 Sun, Nov14 2010 12:10pm

Turambar
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Re: Some amazing gametables

WOW. Those examples are quiet fantastic. Seems, that I have to overthink not only my shield design, butthe flag design aswell !  roll
Really fantastic examples and a fine webside also!


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#11 Sun, Nov14 2010 2:35pm

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Re: Some amazing gametables

Great stuff! tongue


Where there is a will there is a way, just as there are no problems, only solutions! Guess it depends on ones own perspective of the matter at that time big_smile

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#12 Thu, Dec6 2012 12:22pm

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Re: Some amazing gametables

Arthadan and Turambar,
well met! I only hope I can do justice to my venerable Mithril Rohirrim so they can join the fray with my other LOTR armies on the fields of Pelennor. Unfortunately in a moment of teenage rashness eons ago I clipped the supports from the front legs of my horses. Now years later they have buckled and several rear legs have broken under the combined weight of horse and rider. I now have to consider adding clear plastic struts or other supports to keep them from drooping - have you any suggestions?

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#13 Thu, Dec6 2012 1:45pm

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Re: Some amazing gametables

Master sukhe, if the legs are broken of drill a hole through the base plate into the leg (0.5-0.7mm dia) and put a wire in as a support. If you cover the base plate with grass etc you also can use wire covered with grass to support the front legs to bring back the stability! big_smile


Where there is a will there is a way, just as there are no problems, only solutions! Guess it depends on ones own perspective of the matter at that time big_smile

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#14 Thu, Dec6 2012 2:24pm

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Re: Some amazing gametables

Excellent advice. In the past I've also tried altering the galloping pose so the front hooves touch the base plate and glueing them in place. When I revisit these minis I will consider all options. Now my expertise in such things has improved I was considering reestablishing the lost support to the front legs with a thinner wire as you suggested. As long as the end result does not detract too much from the minis I'll consider anything!

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#15 Fri, Dec7 2012 2:48pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
Registered: Tue, Mar30 2010
Posts: 4097

Re: Some amazing gametables

I missed this topic before.
Your shields and standards are just wonderfull. cool
And fortresses you have made are huge projects ! bravo. smile

Last edited by Milo (Fri, Dec7 2012 2:50pm)


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#16 Mon, Dec10 2012 9:15am

sukhe_bator
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Re: Some amazing gametables

Thank you Master Milo for your kind comments
It is a shame that the Rammas Echor has never had an outing to a convention. One was planned but fell through sad

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#17 Fri, Jan18 2013 10:58pm

Barliman
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From: Bree
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
Posts: 4066

Re: Some amazing gametables

I've also not been paying attention, and had missed this material appearing on the site.

You're a very gifted guy, Master Sukhe-bator. This quality of work is the reason that none of my own will ever appear in public!  But where on ea do you find the time?  And buildings too!  I'm humbled.


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