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Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:49 pm
by JK - 123456
William wrote:
Sun Jul 31, 2016 3:52 am
Thanks guys, I just love sharing the ideas I see or come up with (I love seeing your ideas too). Kitenerd, you're always so good with story side of things, you must be a veracious reader. Great story line there, the Bronze Lion - Protector of Valoria. I was just thinking of a baddie, but a goodie works too.

Anyway -
TIP #2 - Adding PUNCH to the interior lighting of your buildings, when viewing from outside.
Paint the underside (CEILING) of the Floors and Roofs to relfect more light. I used Pokorny White and Pokorny Cardboard on the underside of Ceilings that might be exposed if viewed from below like a deck or balcony. As you will see in the photos I screwed up with one open area below two floors, one is white and the other is cardboard. Oops :lol: This is a project anyone can do and with any type paint. These took two coats to look decent, but it's not really for viewing anyway.

Next post on Signage, some easy ideas for various ways to mount your magnetic signs.
thanks - great idea + good examples. massive difference in light reflection

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:03 pm
by dice4hire
That looks pretty good.

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:57 pm
by GardenDM
William wrote:
Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:36 pm
Tip #8 - Castle KS - Cathedral Roof as a Raised Pedestal -
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I took this over a year ago and never posted the idea. Oops... ;)
Right on, that's great!

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 4:36 pm
by William
Tip #8 - Castle KS - Cathedral Roof as a Raised Pedestal -
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I took this over a year ago and never posted the idea. Oops... ;)

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:20 am
by Runeweaver
That's pretty cool. I like that. Such an imagination!

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 4:59 am
by William
No new CBS Mods and I've had trouble getting pictures done of my modular tree system ideas, so it'll be a bit longer on those. I have sculpted some things for better representation of the tree idea, but it'll be a bit longer (month or two?).

BUT, I thought I would toss this 1/2 Tile Street Market out to view. I did it a few months ago from the mods in this thread. I didn't realize the sign said 'INN' at this point. Duh... ;)
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Any new mods out there??? Add some of your ideas if you want to. :)

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 4:36 pm
by jchunick
Here's a link to my thread about raised sewers using narrow passages turned upside down:
viewtopic.php?f=13&t=8039&p=107082#p107072

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 12:36 am
by jchunick
William wrote:Very nice mod Josh, I do love the idea of the flush floor. :ugeek:

Will you be magnetizing a CBS doorway wall, so it can mount the same way? I kind-of wish we had a centered doorway for this and other applications. Maybe a small double door not as wide as the large double we have now, but maybe between the single and double width doorways. A french door with window openings or something would be cool too.

I've been back for almost a week, but have been too busy to get to my "tree" ideas, Maybe in a week or two I'll get back to that thread with some ideas. My problem there is that I could see a whole KS done just for trees and that is uber-unlikely.
I will be trying a double door wall soon...

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 12:12 am
by jchunick
GODofwar wrote:
jchunick wrote:If you're not into "destructive" mods then here's a "non-destructive" mod you can do to your CBS shutter to add a bit more Tudor-ness to it :-)

2016-08-22 20.03.46.jpg

I bought a product called Darice Plastic Canvas, in black. I also cut a piece of clear plastic for the window glass from some kids toy packaging.
2016-08-22 20.14.20.jpg
I can't help myself. look at the picture of the Darice Plastic Canvas with its original price label.

The label in French - says color "negro", which is Spanish.
The label in Spanish - says color "noir", which is French!

The joys of international labelling when the workers speak none of the langauges.

The Least Weasel
Totus KS Delenda Est
good eye!

Re: CBS - Tips, Tricks and Modifications

Posted: Tue Sep 27, 2016 11:39 pm
by GODofwar
jchunick wrote:If you're not into "destructive" mods then here's a "non-destructive" mod you can do to your CBS shutter to add a bit more Tudor-ness to it :-)

2016-08-22 20.03.46.jpg

I bought a product called Darice Plastic Canvas, in black. I also cut a piece of clear plastic for the window glass from some kids toy packaging.
2016-08-22 20.14.20.jpg
I can't help myself. look at the picture of the Darice Plastic Canvas with its original price label.

The label in French - says color "negro", which is Spanish.
The label in Spanish - says color "noir", which is French!

The joys of international labelling when the workers speak none of the langauges.

The Least Weasel
Totus KS Delenda Est