Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by astolat » Mon Sep 09, 2019 3:54 pm

William wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:51 am
This is a test of the Imgur broadcast system.
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https://imgur.com/BaQbTUQ
https://imgur.com/w2Tas0i
https://imgur.com/KI9jSDF
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I have dropped over a quarter of the 800+ Version 3 pics, all V-2 and all V-1 pictures on my Imgur account in three separate albums. Now, how do I link whole Albums? ;) :)

EDIT - Links only? ... Hmmm,... O.K. I guess I need to know how to link/show the pictures too? I feel like an idiot about all this computer stuff, because I know I've done it in the past. But,... HELP?
William, you need to click on the photo to open the full size image, then right-click and "copy image address" and then put that direct image link here inside [ img ] [ /img ] tags (without the spaces).

EG, this is the result of [ img ]https://i.imgur.com/w2Tas0i.jpg[ /img ]

Image

(ETA: and then anyone can right-click on the image and open the full high-res image in a separate window and download or zoom in.)

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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by William » Mon Sep 09, 2019 3:50 pm

astolat wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:01 pm
William, this is completely beyond epic, ... :D

And if by any chance you could post higher-res photos somewhere, I would love to look at it blown up across my entire screen.
I would do this, but as previous post suggests, I need some HELP from a more competent Imgur user. :D
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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by William » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:51 am

This is a test of the Imgur broadcast system.
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[ img ]https://imgur.com/BaQbTUQ [ /img ]
[ img ]https://imgur.com/w2Tas0i [ /img ]
[ img ]https://imgur.com/KI9jSDF [ /img ]
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I have dropped over a quarter of the 800+ Version 3 pics, all V-2 and all V-1 pictures on my Imgur account in three separate albums. Now, how do I link whole Albums? ;) :)

EDIT - Links only? ... Hmmm,... O.K. I guess I need to know how to link/show the pictures too? I feel like an idiot about all this computer stuff, because I know I've done it in the past. But,... HELP?

EDIT 2 - doing that to these three.

EDIT 3 - Guess I can't repair those, so I'll try another group tonight.

Any idea how to post a link to an album?


EDIT Again for test.
https://imgur.com/5QTWlNc
https://imgur.com/2RUtgxc
https://imgur.com/Jx4w3yw
https://imgur.com/gw2C6f5
https://imgur.com/5OWzqRy
If you go there the large version should open?
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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by Arcarius2001 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:01 pm

William wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 8:51 am
thebigteacher wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 8:42 am
I bow to your awesomeness! How much resin and what type did you use? Did you have any curing issues? Wow, this is just exceptional.
None, it's a 3'x4' sheet of 1/8" plexyglass (it spans past both sides almost a foot) and a green colored cellophane sheet (see-thru wrapping paper) set on top. That's it.

Thanks - no bowing necessary. ;)
Freaking ingenious!!!
This is one of the most creative builds that I have ever seen, and probably the most visually striking. Truly an epic example of what you can do with Dwarven Forge. 👏 bravo!

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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by William » Sun Sep 08, 2019 6:44 am

Hey everyone (who's interested),

I'm about to make some alterations to this build this week, but I'm wondering if there are any areas of the layout that I didn't get enough pictures shown/posted. I think I missed a lot of the Woodland Maze shots by the Wormtongue statue, so I'll get some of those. I have removed the miniatures, so any new pictures will look like the area has been abandoned, unless I add some for the shots you request.

Any other areas you want pictures of?

I also might try another video, taken as if sitting in a boat in the middle of the well spinning slowly around.
Any ideas there too?

Ask soon (I really mean fairly soon, not a Nate ((or lately, my)) kind-of 'soon'), before I change it. ;)
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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by William » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:50 am

Thanks CT. :)

I was just about to drop these when I saw your comment.

MORE Water Pictures... Funny you spoke about it.
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I'll try to upload the higher def pics in next few days, always after midnight. ;)
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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by ChrilleT » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:30 am

Amazing build! You made the water look very cool and overall cool build.

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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by William » Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:21 pm

Rodenbach wrote:
Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:41 pm
This is one of the best setup I ever see here. It is very very creative.
Can you tell me where have you found the water lilys?
Thanks. :)

The two types of lily are sculpted by me a few years back when I started playing with clay.

I've only done a little sculpting since those pieces, but I did make a set of the small lily pads as a gift for one of our favorites here on the forum. It was a one time thing for Feymous, when I visited the last Forum Member Game here in Seattle this summer. :)
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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by Rodenbach » Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:41 pm

This is one of the best setup I ever see here. It is very very creative.
Can you tell me where have you found the water lilys?
More pictures and threads on my blog (Mostly in French)

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Re: Rock Breaker Bill's Not-So Ancient Stepwell

Post by Alkettory » Sat Sep 07, 2019 10:46 am

Astonishing.

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