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Help identifying terrain.

Discussion in 'Scenery' started by Skaggia_Svensk, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. Skaggia_Svensk

    Skaggia_Svensk New Member

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    Hi all, I was wondering if anyone recognized this piece of terrain or might know who makes/made it.
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  2. Erethros

    Erethros Well-Known Member

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    Maybe if you assembly it...

    It's not truly difficult, I'll give you some tips according what I'm seeing.

    The panel you have at the bottom-right, goes inserted at the panel you have at the top-right.

    The panel at the center-right goes with those you have at the center-top and probably with those at the center-center

    The door (panel at the top-left) goes in front of the first one (bottom-right)

    The panel at the bottom-center and the one at the center-left are the lateral walls.

    So now you can assembly partially a box with the main shape, without using glue, to show a better picture of the model.

    Maybe that could be of help.


    EDIT: Ah, the small pieces that you have at the left (most of them at the left, all of them with the same shape) are the steps of a ladder, whose lateral pieces are those which resembles a candycane or a cane next to one of the lateral walls.

    The piece which is next to the ladder step at the bottom (the one with 5 connectors at the right side) is attached with its siblings (same shape, you have four) to the lateral walls at the T holes.
     
    #2 Erethros, Feb 22, 2018
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2018