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 Post subject: [*] Osgiliath Part 1 - by Ninjameister
PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2006 9:19 am 
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Article Name: Osgiliath Part I
Author: Ninjameister
Description: Ninjameister tells us in this first part, how to build the Osgiliath buildings.

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It just shows what can be done with a bit of thought and some basic materials.
I am sure many members will use this article to build extensive ruins...nice work !

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Brilliant great job oh and that Potenza for translating it, otherwise i dont know how we;'d get this article

Its also nicce to see it finished of with a nicepaint job

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A very useful and well illustrated article! The handy thing is, many of the techniques for making Osgiliath ruins apply equally to making intact Minas Tirith buildings.

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that looks great mate

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I think you did a very nice job! Keep up the good work! :D

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thank you all very much. im happy you all like the article. also thank you very much to Potenza for the translation.

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That's a really great article. definately something I'll try out in the future. The article is well written (thanks Potenza for the translation) and illustrated . My only advice for part 2 is that you include a few more shots of the finished project. Overall, a brilliant article!

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Beautiful job, I really like this model of osgiliath ruins then most if not all other I have seen. It's just the way everything is placed, very realistic to me. Great job on a great article

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Great article NM! Looking forward to seeing more from you.

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some more pics? here you are http://de.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/karlheinzstelzer/detail?.dir=542c&.dnm=9ad2re2.jpg

and a littel animation made by myself

http://us.a2.yahoofs.com/users/43c9ab3cz9e660e2c/542c/__sr_/c9c3re2.jpg?phI8W6EBSFNSKxQ4

do you find the building i have add?

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I won't say it was easy to translate this article (therefor I kept the German text as well) but it was fun and most of all a good training in "die Deutsche Sprache"!

Very useful techniques without going difficult, I love this one!

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Excellent article! Looks simple yet giving such an amazing result! Thanks for sharing!
Also thanks to Potena for translating!

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Am glad someone has provided me with a quick, simple way to make ruins!

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Fantastic work..lets see some more! Sorry Potenza that means more work for you. As you read this article don't forget to say thanks to Potenza for translating it into english.

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Ok. Thanks Potenza! :~)

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Omg so good. Too bad I don't have the patience to stick to completing terrain... :? :D
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It looks so unbelievable good, mate. And the article is very usefull too. Thanks Potenza for translating this wonderful project.

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I have a patience problem, but it is more lack of ability and funding...

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