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Blessed are the Musicians, for in their ears they hear the music of the soul

I have this personal project that I’ve been working on the last few weeks, a rather big piece of terrain.

It’s a church that is based on an actual church in Sweden, named after a saint with the same name as my friend that passed away. So this is for him really.
I hope he would have liked it, he always used to love my crazy projects.

I’m gonna mount it on a styrofoam board that I’m gonna do a cut-out in the middle of so the church can be lifted off to reveal a dungeon underneath. I think it’s gonna be cool!
Looking forward to figuring out the dungeon part.
I think I might do a base for the church that covers the entire size of the foam board so that the whole ground level can be lifted and you can play on both ground and dungeon level at the same time. My theory is that would be the most practical alternative.
That also make it easier to utilize the whole board for dungeons.

I have managed quite some progress in it so far, so here are some pics of various stages :)


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~ by Ethelie on July 27, 2014 . Tagged: , , , ,

3 Responses to “Blessed are the Musicians, for in their ears they hear the music of the soul”

  1.   40kterminatus Says:

    Nice looking project :) Cant wait to see how this turn out.

  2.   Scott Says:

    This is beautiful. What did you use for the curved sections? I haven’t been able to curve styrofoam.

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