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Thanks everyone!  For the two hour investment I thought it came out rather well.  looking at it, I probably need to spend a little more time drilling and adding pins to the bottom of each of the bookcases so that they will stack neatly and not fall over.  I also may go back and dress up the desks with some metallic.

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Magnificent stuff! I think I took more than twice as long for an outcome less than half that good. Lovely colors, and yes to some metal accents on the desks and ladder! 

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On ‎2‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 4:50 PM, Rigel said:

Magnificent stuff! I think I took more than twice as long for an outcome less than half that good. Lovely colors, and yes to some metal accents on the desks and ladder! 

thanks for the compliment!  As you can see, our librarian will bend over backwards to help even if you want something from the very top shelf... or the ceiling, in this case!

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5 minutes ago, Kangaroorex said:

thanks for the compliment!  As you can see, our librarian will bend over backwards to help even if you want something from the very top shelf... or the ceiling, in this case!

 ::D:

 

Nah he has just been carrying Paizo Core handbooks all day & has yet to relax himself back into normal position.

 

Excellent work on all of these. I finally got to see this or least retail boxes while at LVO. They look interesting but with the 3D printer & access to files & such I haven't had the need for them. Love the bookcases thou. The books look a hell of lot easier to paint up then the Fat Dragon bookcases (books are set deeper then the shelves....ughhh).

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The books on these shelves are really well positioned.  Far enough in to set the sides and the back of the bookcase is true shadow, making painting easy, and they close enough to the edge that the cover colors aren't shrouded by the shelf overhang.

 

The only thing I would have liked for realism is a few more horizontal stacks.

 

 

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