Mideval Castle for project!


#1

Feel like making a castle for fun!!!


#2

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.”

-Gully


#3

Search the warehouse: there are loads of them.


#4

is’nt that spelt? oh wait… another americanism


#5

Isn’t that “isn’t”?


#6

#7

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!


#8

Isn’t that “isn’t”?

cheers

that’s life


#9

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

-Gully


#10

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


#11

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.