Update #9 – Hard Plastic – Forgotten Halls without floors ?
20 November 2016 4 Comments
Today we show to you yet another great characteristic of FH, along with a new series of accessories which are part of FH.
Let’s start with this new characteristic:
As you can see in the video and in the pictures, it is possible to create and build walls and structures without needing to put them on top of our FH floors. Indeed, you can see there is nothing under our walls here.
This is an important part of our project and its modularity and versatility.
You can build up your dungeon, castle or other structure without being forced to used our modular dynamic FH floors.
Why would you do that ?
Well, maybe you would want to use our walls and buildings on your own gaming table / terrain, or you might wish to use them on top of some of the many gaming mats which are on sale nowadays, or you could wish to use them on top of our 3D Bases tiles, which are perfect in combination with our FH structures (you’ll see more of it in a future update).
But today, we really wanted to show you that our FH structures can be put anywhere, without needing to do any modifications to a gaming table terrain.
Miniatures kindly provide by Francesco “Endar” Bellina
The new accessories that are added to our FH project are:
The balconies and small pillars on top of the roof, which form a nice architectural result and can be used in a lot of different ways to add ornaments on top of them (like statues, gargoyles, etc.).
These small pillars will have inserts on all sides (even of top and bottom) which will allow them to connect and fix the balconies, the covers, etc, and also to the many other accessories like torches, half-columns, or other ornamental pieces that will be developed.
These new accessories will allow to add a lot more detail and amazing versatility to your FH structures.
A first example and overall result is what we are showing you. But it’s just an example, and really just the beginning. 🙂
Until next, from Lorenzo & David