Saturday, 11 April 2020

Castle Progress...

...an update.
Just a very quick re-direct post.  James has uploaded some great 'Work in Progress' shots and even some video footage of the progress he has been making.  It seems strange to believe that I have not seen the Castle structure, in its entirety, since December, although James has shared elements of it when he would visit before our enforced separation.  It is wonderful to have this overview and just seeing the progress we have made is somewhat heartening.  The links are below...


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34 comments:

  1. Wow that is a beast Michael. That will be quite some game.
    I player Castle Itter recently the perfect accompaniment and solo play to boot...
    http://digitalcapricorn.com/site/games/castle-itter/
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. So impressed at what James has achieved and thank you for the link, some useful details there.

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  2. Very impressive. Happy Easter! Karl

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  3. That's a nice big lump!
    Best Iain

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  4. Now that is one heck of a castle!

    Bet you never "fort" he would "keep" up with the work on it! Come on I bet you had some ""redoubts?"

    So very sorry, I go now.....

    Cheers Roger.

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    1. *groan* Thank you Roger, keep them coming. :D

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  5. Looking fantastice, however we need a photo of the builder beside it to really see the scale of this behemoth!

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    1. I am sure that we can sort that out at some point Terry.

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  6. And I tought some of my models were big !
    Superb bit of modelling.
    Hats off to James and yourself.

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    1. Thank you Joe, this is very much James' baby at the moment, so good.

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    1. The additional details James has sunk into this are just superb.

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  8. Even by your standards this is something else. Superb mate!

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    1. Thank you, we just can't wait to see it altogether!

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    1. Thank you Pat, loved what James has achieved with this.

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  10. I saw it at his site and it looks impressive.

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    1. James has really worked tirelessly on this.

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  11. That thing is a beast! Far larger than I was anticipating and all the more impressive for it. You lads are doing some lovely work!

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  12. It's a lot larger than I imagined, very impressed.

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