3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by MrMorden » Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:39 pm

Tudor is wood covered in plaster, so...technically you already have it. ;)

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by biowizard » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:22 pm

An eventual collaboration between PSOM and DF never saw the light of day. There were talks, Stefan went to visit the nice French couple but nothing came out of it. I'm pretty sure DF will make dwarvenite wood pieces one day. It would be tremendously lucrative in my opinion.

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by Rhizom » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:09 pm

I am pretty sure, KS 7 (wilderness) will contain some cabin in the woods. I hope.

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by Darksdale » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:00 pm

I would assume even if they have those tucked away somewhere they would most likely create new sculpts only because of the experience they have gained and the different materials they use now. But in all seriousness Stefan / Nate please help make this happen, I'm sure many people would pick up some sets.

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by Fu-Man Chu » Thu Aug 09, 2018 3:54 pm

AnimeSensei wrote:
Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:38 pm
DF actually has or had a barn/wood set sculpted at one point, if I remember right. It was a LONG time ago and I don't think it got produced. Am I just crazy? Anyone else remember this from the pre-dwarvenite days?
Yup - I had made a post about it previously... let me see if I can find the old post.

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by AnimeSensei » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:38 pm

DF actually has or had a barn/wood set sculpted at one point, if I remember right. It was a LONG time ago and I don't think it got produced. Am I just crazy? Anyone else remember this from the pre-dwarvenite days?
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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by Arcarius2001 » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:30 pm

I wish I had bought Psom’s version of MBS too, just to mix it up. I get reminded of my mistakes quite often when viewing Tom’s page. Sigh.
But yeah, wooden set, barn set, whatever you want to call it. I’d buy it.

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Re: 3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by kitenerd » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:15 pm

Not this KS - I can't afford what i want already ;)

This has been discussed and is needed - PSOM had a great Barn set, but that is sadly no longer available

Would love to see a wooden set - could be barn, shack, inside of a ship - very versatile
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3 Piece Wood Grain Building Tile Set

Post by Darksdale » Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:50 pm

I have looked on the forums and did not see a reason, why has Dwarven Forge not created a 3-piece (straight wall, corner and floor) wood grain tile set yet? If there is an answer on the forums I missed please link it for me and I will melt into the shadows from whence I came.

There are many times I want to build a tavern, stable, barn, warehouse or room made of wood. I feel this is one of the few basic building elements DF does not support and is a gap in their product line.

I own resin Tudor sets (they are great) I also have city builder. However they do not meet my needs when I want to add a wooden pantry or store room onto a kitchen or any other dungeon build. Am I the only one to feel this way?

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