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GeorgeGaskill
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Well, they didn't roll the edge but ...

Post by GeorgeGaskill » Fri Oct 01, 2004 4:01 pm

they did give it some depth and texture.

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They have all the support pieces now but I have yet to see a picture of the complete edifice (they won't let stray civilians in without a background check.) I'll post a pic of the complete arrangement once I get one.

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Re: Well, they didn't roll the edge but ...

Post by Steve_in_Mich » Fri Oct 01, 2004 8:18 pm

Looks like a lot of anger and agression was let out in the forming process (that wouldn't be a bad place for it - better than a few alternatives I can think of).

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Actually since the staff didn't trust the cons ...

Post by GeorgeGaskill » Sat Oct 02, 2004 12:55 am

to not beat on them or the other cons, they did all the hammering. The cons did additional dents with a heavy broomstick (used like a digging pole, not a handle) so they are responsible for some of the work. The project got second place to a model of the Taj Mahal but I think there were some internal politics involved in the decision.

Doesn't matter; the cons got to do something productive. Pix will follow tomorrow night.

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