Monday, October 13, 2014

Derelict Building 1: A Quick Tour


This building ended up being quite challenging and frustrating at times. The design started out as just a narrow single story long building but then I got "creative", making it derelict, adding multiple floors, and a "notched" end. Anyway, let's take a little walk around it, shall we?

Overall view. All of the doors and windows open (see METHODS: Hinges 1, slightly updated Hinges 2, and Hinges 3).

Left side.

Under the left side balcony (behind the lower figure) is a door that leads into the barn area.

The front. It doesn't really tilt, just my mediocre photography.
 
The right side.

The rear. The brickwork is covered in Methods: Walls 1.

Top view (main door on left end)


NEXT: Construction highlights.

9 comments:

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    1. Thanks! The shingles were made using METHODS: HG WALLS. -d.

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  2. That is exceptional! I love it!

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  3. That is the perfect setting for any spooky, erm, anything! A movie set worthy piece of work, D-

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    1. Thanks, FossMonsta. A bit of construction info then interior views a-comin'. -d.

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  4. Excellent job, so realistic!

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    1. Thanks, Phil. The entire purpose of the blog is to show folks it's basically easy and inexpensive to make nice buildings, it just takes time. Mine fall somewhere between a spray painted cardboard box and a super detailed model railroad building. And don't forget that foam core can be substituted for the MDF I use.

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