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Trollskull Manor & Inn

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    • #192388
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      This was an epic build and the assembly guide alone took 4 days to assemble. I’m creating this thread for a whole bunch more photos.

      Manor Inn Expansion

    • #192432
      Avatarmowskiller
      Participant

      I just saw this post . I was just getting on to say that this is exactly what i have waiting for to finish my Troll Skull Inn. I have been working on it for a while now and have been waiting for the tower parts and these are going to do very nicely.
      Thank You so much for this set!

    • #194294
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      I would love to see another Trollskull Manor & Inn out there. It’s taken me a very long time to build it.

    • #194346
      AvatarMadalyn Miller
      Participant

      In the assembly diagram manor inn level 4 numbers 19 and 20 it lists the product name but not the file name.
      Also, is the YA-Floor-RusticWooden-v1.0 attached with the openlock clips?

    • #194559
      AvatarStephen Lewis
      Participant

      Came here to mention this. Already beat me to it!

    • #194670
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      This has been updated.

    • #195681
      AvatarCody Dearth
      Participant

      Floor 1 Part 1 doesn’t include the D-Beam-SchistDoubleDoorway

    • #201468
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      So I am currently building this now. I have levels 1 – 4 completed and just started on the roof. I can say I found discrepancies in the instructions I had to work around but I couldn’t have made it with out them so thank you! For level 3 I removed one door as I didn’t feel it was needed, I had to mirror two #25 roof end caps and for two I had to sand a bevel for them to join up tightly against the spire.

      I just started on the roof and I do wish there was a mashup in the Manor Inn for the roof. There is a lot of extra material by just using the modular pieces will get added. I’m not sure for how many parts I will do this for but the cap of the spire I joined the 4 pieces in tinkercad and hollowed. I’ll add images for it. I’ll update the post as I progress. It is really massive. It has a footprint of 22″ by 18″ and a height (without roof) of 8 1/4 in. I really want to make a DnD type Clue game to run instead it when done 🙂

      I can only add 4 images per post (based on size) , so there will be a follow up post with 4 more images to show levels.

      • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by Avatarmrsethhanson.
    • #201473
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      Follow up post – Level 4 thru Level 1 images

      • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by Avatarmrsethhanson.
    • #201504
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      Your build is looking awesome.

    • #201622
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      Thanks Sam.

      I attached some proof of concept images of the spire/tower cap and another small section where I combined and hollowed. So just two pieces to print instead of 9. Also shown is my next print piece which includes the chimney. I have to say I’m pretty happy with how these larger pieces are turning out and the amount of saved material. I know you guys are busy but I think creating special roof pieces for building you’ve gone through the trouble of putting together guides for would be super helpful!

      So I’ll refrain from posting again until everything is printed 🙂

    • #201644
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      Thanks Seth, It looks great.

      When building some of the larger buildings I tried to stay away from set roof pieces. Scaleability and modularity where the key things I wanted to work with in this setup.

    • #204654
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      Finally finished! Here it is

    • #204660
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      Continued …

    • #209470
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      That has painted up so well! did you use the staining method to get the different stone colours?

    • #209471
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      Also you should definitly show this off on the OpenLOCK group if you havent already, you can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Openlock/

    • #209501
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      @Nicholas

      I’m not sure what the staining method you speak of is? I use a pretty simple process, paint the stones like most BMC or Fat Dragon – Prime gray, paint random stones brown and others a lighter brown. Light gray dry brush and then stain with Minwax Polyshades Antique Walnut 😉

      I’m not a member of the openlock group but I’ll attempt to join and post!

    • #210595
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      Staining is litterally just going through with inks and washes over particular stones to change their tone

    • #210600
      Avatarmrsethhanson
      Participant

      @NIcholas .

      Sure I understand what staining is, from your previous post though you said, “did you use the staining method” which to me by adding “the” it makes it sound like there was some specific method in which you were referring.

      Previous post
      “That has painted up so well! did you use the staining method to get the different stone colours?”

    • #211320
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      My bad, didn’t mean to confuse at all

    • #223803
      Avatarsdollins
      Participant

      With all the extra time I have since our in-person D&D campaign is suspended for coronavirus I had time to work on this project – looking forward to some epic bar brawls or inn room intrigue once we resume play.

    • #223807
      Avatarsdollins
      Participant
    • #223860
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      What combo did you use for the green roof? has a great verdigris’ed look to it

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