Monday, 13 February 2017

Props, Card Tents

I've had this file PDF or what ever the hell you want to call it for a long time, but been the total master of failure of using a computer I had to get Paddy (who else) to sort things out, any way the file comes from wargame vault http://www.wargamevault.com/product/109596/Field-Tents-Paper-Models
There's 3 different sizes, small one man pup tents above, big one's like the red cross one above
& mid size ones like above, hang on Frank you said there's 3 & we're seen four, right sorry about that the other one above is the same tent as the red cross one, clever isn't it.
Once you know what your doing (Paddy) you can do different thinks with the tents before you print them, you can make a lot of different colours, have window flaps open or closed, add patches or whatever.
One of the little pup tents cut out.
model is 28mm
Just enough room for one man alright but you can adjust the setting before printing if you want it slightly bigger.
First aid, I hope we won't be needing that
Rear view, you'll note the flap is closed.
This is the same tent but in a darker colour & without the red cross's, the flap is open & you can see the window, but sadly I messed up with the picture & it's to dark to see it, sorry.
The two tents together.
This is also the same size but I done it in such away that the door flaps can be open or closed, these tents are more of a brown shade & while it's hard to see in the photo really do look good, I haven't coloured the edge's on this one unlike to other two.
The one beside the red cross one is one of my resin ones.
Here's what I made up, 6 pup tents, 4 mid size tents & 3 big ones.

As some of the pictures above are not bright enough here's one of the mid size tent taken off the TV ready to print.
In the picture above you can see that the flap on one window is but closed on the other, I've also changed the colour to a green.

That's a rap for this post as always my thanks for dropping in & if you'd care to leave a comment it would be welcomed.

2 comments:

  1. Nice tip.
    I always appreciate shortcuts to good looking scenery

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  2. Your welcome Will, always happy to help.

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