Foggy sewers downunder

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Re: Foggy sewers downunder

Post by unclebilly » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:20 pm

Glad to see someone got one. Can't wait to get mine also.

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Re: Foggy sewers downunder

Post by Rabbit Burner » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:28 am

Looks fantastic - cant wait to get ours :)

Love the last picture, just dumping as much fog as you can :lol:

Living in the UK we don't think we need to worry about this 'Hot Room' thing you mention, don't think we have ever come across that, unless you mean a sauna and then that begets the question why you would need a fog monster in a sauna ???!!
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Re: Foggy sewers downunder

Post by Mitch » Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:04 am

The above was just a basic setup (no minis or scenery) to check the Fog Monster worked out of the box.

Some findings:

Hot room = rapid fog evaporation. Disappointing but that's what I get for living in a hot climate and test in a room without air-con.

Hot room = condensation in tubes. Watch out where this flows (i.e. onto your table if tubes are not joined securely, and onto your tiles if the pipe slopes towards them).

Hot room = condensation on your stuff so watch out with any painted minis and definitely don't use with paper/card tiles. Dwarvenite stuff has no issues but let them dry after use.

Hot room needs a towel under the setup or you will get a wet table. :lol:

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Foggy sewers downunder

Post by Mitch » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:56 am

Got my Fog Monster in Sydney last week and tested it out tonight.

Initial setup (tube coming in from the top):

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Fog Monster with small ground level pipe addon:

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Fog emerged after a few seconds of being powered on:
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Played about with a laser pointer:

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The temp in the room was 25 degrees C so I could not get the initial layout to fill with fog (it evaporated too quickly) so I made a smaller area:

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Rats-eye view:

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Then decided to just drop the fog right onto the tiles:

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