EDIT: Instead of starting a new thread, I repurposed my thread here which originally was in the wrong section of the forums.
I, The Masked Minstrel (aka pete) am making up a gaming board for the miniatures game Carnevale by Vesper On Games, a Spanish company that have created a skirmish miniatures game that has been described as a cross between Cassanova, The Shadows over Innsmouth, The Invisibles and Les Miserables.
Set in the late 1700's, a great rift opened in the sky above Venice, causing all kinds of commotion and long story short, you have a skirmish game with bored lesser nobles, seedy street types, the cult of Dagon, and the Ospedale which is the Asylum who use madmen to power their devices.
Here I will show my creations, concept etc in creating my game table for this dynamic miniature skirmish game.
Join me as The Masked Minstrel enters Venice!
Hi guys, I'm preparing to do a build for the Carnevale miniatures game of the bell tower, but modified to make it a little more spacious for placing figures.
Basically I'm extending the base of the Bell tower by 1 brick which will allow me to space four 30mm based figures inside it, and leave out the 2 center bricks to have a rope dangling down if I wanted.
Any recommendations, concerns or suggestions you have with doing this modified build of the Bell Tower plans as this is will be my first attempt?
Also, how feasible would it be to place a spiral stairway inside later? (That probably wouldn't allow the placing of an actual bell inside I'm guessing, and while I haven't use a circular tower mould yet I'm guessing the spiral stair build could be modified to allow a figure to be placed, say, every 2 inches?)
Here's a pic of my variation of the floor plan, I'm missing those corner bases though - and I appreciate the assist guys.