Mideval Castle for project!

Feel like making a castle for fun!!!

Since you have asked no question and described no problem, the best I can do for you at this point is tell you that it’s spelled “medieval.”



Search the warehouse: there are loads of them.

is’nt that spelt? oh wait… another americanism

Isn’t that “isn’t”?

Good one, @Anssi. I could listen to you talk about grains all afternoon.

Actually, though, I wasn’t even aware that the past participle “spelt” was still used in the former British colonies until friend @pcmoor mentioned it. To my ear, it has a rather bucolic or backwoods sound to it, something like the lyrics of the (once) well known ballad, “Davy, Davy Crockett.” To wit:

Born on a mountain top in Tennessee
Greenest state in the land of the free
Raised in the woods so he knew ev’ry tree
Kilt him a b’ar when he was only three
Davy, Davy Crockett,
King of the wild frontier!

Isn’t that “isn’t”?


that’s life

So does “cheers” mean “oops” in Tasmania?


nope but “that’s life” hints to that, but as this is the corner bar, a drink is always at hand
a kind of realised I was tempting fate by putting my finger in the tiger’s cage

Your post makes me reminisce about an older thread asking for tips to make models look like ruins. I added a SKP tutorial using a geodesic dome lopping off bits of a model to help break up a model. Nowadays, I would suggest that the intersecting shape be first further deformed by Eneroth fractal terrain eroder to make the ‘ruin’ look more natural.