What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

I really want new water and/or lava tiles, and don't really care about new negative water/lava sculpts.
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17%
I really want new negative water/lava sculpts, and don't really care about new water and/or lava tiles.
20
17%
I really want both, but if I have to choose I'd prefer new water/lava tiles.
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47%
I really want both, but if I have to choose I'd prefer new negative water/lava sculpts.
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12%
I do not care about any new water or lava options in KS6.
7
6%
 
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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by Talistran » Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:22 pm

William wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:16 am
So, a spillway would also be a good piece to transition the two types of water construction.
Great idea. I too like negative space builds.. BUT I CAN DO THEM REALLY WELL ALREADY. I can't sculpt and paint new water tiles. :)

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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by Talistran » Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:21 pm

jgardner44 wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:57 pm

I also would love to see the lake and river sets converted over to dwarvanite. Those 4 inch tile sculpts were amazing and pictures of them converted me to love Dwarven forge terrain back in the very beginning.
Agreed. More water tiles, bigger water tiles, and more options to make our current water tiles not so "square"

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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by Talistran » Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:19 pm

Rabbit Burner wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:25 am
Be interested to see if strokes change when we get the trays in out eager paws.

We are still in the both camp and excited to see how well the trays work, the builds we have seen with the acid tray feels our commitment to buying enough trays to make a moat around our castle is fully justified.

But we reserve the right to change our minds completely if they don't come up to expectation.
I have acid tray in my hands and it did not change my mind. The Water Tiles from KS2 are beautiful.

Don't get me wrong, I already use negative for things in my build. It just isn't as pretty.

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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by AnimeSensei » Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:22 pm

jgardner44 wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:57 pm
I would really love to see the Hellscape 1 and Hellscape 2 (4 inch tile) sculpts converted to dwarvenite. Those lava sets were amazing!

I also would love to see the lake and river sets converted over to dwarvanite. Those 4 inch tile sculpts were amazing and pictures of them converted me to love Dwarven forge terrain back in the very beginning.
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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by William » Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:02 pm

jgardner44 wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:57 pm
I would really love to see the Hellscape 1 and Hellscape 2 (4 inch tile) sculpts converted to dwarvenite. Those lava sets were amazing!

I also would love to see the lake and river sets converted over to dwarvanite. Those 4 inch tile sculpts were amazing and pictures of them converted me to love Dwarven forge terrain back in the very beginning.
Wow, welcome to the real world :lol: :lol: again.
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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by jgardner44 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:57 pm

I would really love to see the Hellscape 1 and Hellscape 2 (4 inch tile) sculpts converted to dwarvenite. Those lava sets were amazing!

I also would love to see the lake and river sets converted over to dwarvanite. Those 4 inch tile sculpts were amazing and pictures of them converted me to love Dwarven forge terrain back in the very beginning.

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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by William » Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:49 am

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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by dice4hire » Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:29 am

I would prefer to get more tiles. Negative space is nice, but it is not a priority for me.
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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by William » Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:16 am

As you can see here viewtopic.php?p=70216#p70216 , I like doing negative space builds. The thing I want to purchase, is not another way to do that. I feel negative space is the easiest to fake too. I very much want new additions to the line they started 4 years ago and maybe a beach'ish' edge to the negative space.

Magnets are not necessary for me, but I get others do want them.

Another consideration to N.S. builds are the speed of building and all the time thinking before hand. You really have to plan a N.S. build prior to the on table designing. Lots of times I just like to throw out things and see what sticks without worrying about dismantling part of the layout to redo with water underneath it all. Plus I prefer the tiles for creeks not so much lakes. So, a spillway would also be a good piece to transition the two types of water construction.
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Re: What is your opinion on "water/lava" options in KS6?

Post by Rabbit Burner » Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:25 am

Be interested to see if strokes change when we get the trays in out eager paws.

We are still in the both camp and excited to see how well the trays work, the builds we have seen with the acid tray feels our commitment to buying enough trays to make a moat around our castle is fully justified.

But we reserve the right to change our minds completely if they don't come up to expectation.
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