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#326 Tue, Jul10 2018 11:30am

Barliman
The famous Innkeeper
From: Bree
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
Posts: 4161

Re: THE TAPROOM 4

If they can be, it begs the question wht wasn't MZ645? Is this an example of insufficient experience of Mithril and/or Chris with the medium?


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#327 Tue, Jul10 2018 2:41pm

Theobald
Wisest of Ents
From: the Osning in Germany
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
Posts: 5482
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Re: THE TAPROOM 4

huom ... alas ... my intention was not to cause any trouble or things-like-that ... homrhom ... but after three days trying to cope with that "Lorien Boat" I decided to publish my feelings here, as there may be others interested in my experience with that ... of course I still keep in mind that my skills as a tree are poor ...huoooOm ... well, you might know by now that I never try to comment in public about a miniature before having it held it in my hands ... huom ... that's why I cannot pass on my opinion just based on poor tiny b&w pics - or, by now, being based on screenshots that do not reveil the product, so to say ... grruŻom ...

today I managed to fix all parts for priming ... hoom ... though after that the next step would be assembling those parts accordingly, which is impossible, because I don't know where to place those ropes and the "strange part"(whatever that is) that also has to be added somewhere ...huooomm ... so far I couldn't find out; though I used a very good magnifying-glass,but even that did not work well enough together with that wonderful tiny b&w pic on the leaflet ... hom ...

sorry for my long entries here, but there are things that had to be said, meseems .... rhuuooomm

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#328 Tue, Jul10 2018 6:00pm

Barliman
The famous Innkeeper
From: Bree
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
Posts: 4161

Re: THE TAPROOM 4

All very valid and pertinent observations as ever, Master Tree. Not sure that personally I shall be buying the boat myself, though the company's pictures are very seductive.

Excuse me, I need to go and chase off some pesky six-legged things that are making life here in the Pony's bar very annoying at the moment.....


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#329 Wed, Jul11 2018 11:21am

Maenas
Traveller
From: Barcelona, Spain
Registered: Thu, Mar6 2008
Posts: 393

Re: THE TAPROOM 4

You are scaring me a bit master tree... I still did not buy any of the MZ but the first archer (which I dislike but bought for the sole purpose of cheking the quality)... and for what I see from other mates I am still fearing to buy further MZ references... ;_(

That many parts may respond to the way the master was 3D printed. In a 3D printer sometimes, some parts need a kind of pillar to be currently printed the way they are designed. If the designer does not control this part ALONGSIDE with the mold maker, the final sculpt might end composed by a lot of little parts, since printing little parts is easier than making them in a single block (depending on the "three-dimensionality" of the sculpt)

But I am no specialist in the process, it's just my personal thought on it and an opinion I extracted from what I see in other companies/sculptors...


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