|26 Oct 2004|| Breanne C. Bloomquist|
oh wow, this is so awesome!!! I wish I could do stuff in 3D. It's beautiful. keep it up! Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "hey thanks bree:0)...the picture didn't really pick up all the detail of the tiles and stuff.grrrr"
|28 Oct 2004|| Dave Cripps|
This time I shall leave a comment without this coal-fired computer crashing on me! (I tried yesterday and it all went wrong!)
This looked like a painting on the thumb but wow its another model. You certainly know how to make em! This is far more impressive than the little round tower you have already posted. What did you waterproof it with? Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "sorry 'bout the delayed comment Dave,it was sealed with B&Q water repelent and thomsans water sealer for exterior/interior stone work,i made it originally as a wargaming/animation scenery (i've made a film with warhammer dwarfs and orks ,charging into war).but only basic stuff.:0)..cheers for the comment on my tower dave,nice one.:0)"
|7 Dec 2004|| Amy McKenna|
Awesome! This has to be the first time I've seen landscape/building 3-D art. Very cool. I would want one of those in my garden (if I had a garden). Nice job! Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "thanks Amy,glad you like it,it's next to my pond*which is out of picture*"
|23 Nov 2006|| K.M.A.|
wow, I thought it was a painting at first too but then I was like "wait..." if I were a fairy or something that'd be a cool place to live! Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "well if tinkerbell turns up and needs a place to stay there's always this "K" ,;0)"
|15 May 2007|| John R Farley Jr|
Nice model. To photograph it so the lights come out, make sure the flash is turned off. If you have a film-still camera, slow down the shutter speed and use at least a 400 speed ISO (United States standard I forgot what they use in Europe.) and also have a wide apature. YOu should also mount the camera on a tripod.
If you have a digital camera, use the setting for low light, which will turn off the flash. Use a tripod for this too.
This would look amazing if you shot it from the bottom up, especially if there's a few storm clouds building up. Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "thanks for the info John ,i like the idea of the bottom up angle , *scratches chin while deep in thought* ;0)"
|10 Jul 2007|| Pavel Kovalančík|
Hi Taffy. Nice work.
I like the angle, too. And I surely apreciate your time with this. Nice tower. Randy taffy Linbourn
replies: "cheers Pavel ,it's a pain because i have to waterproof it every year "
|21 Mar 2012|| Richard I. Fogarity|
That’s great. I’ve been meaning to do something similar.