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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
    I bent that texture into a circle. It is a tad large (33 MB) http://www.silent9.com/incoming/round.png

    If it is useful, please feel free to use it. It might need a little adjustment but it should be close at the radius desired.


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    Thanks Rob! That's very helpful. Did you use FILTER>DISTORT>POLAR COORDINATE in Gimp? I had used that to make a tower for my castle but then forgot about it.

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    Ok here is a little collage I made from interweb images. This is to see if we are all on the same page regarding the type of theatre we want to create here.

    I have in my head something small and ornate like the two baroque theatres in Cesky Krumlov (top left). In the top right are four images that show four possible colour schemes for us to choose from. I really like the blue and gold scheme - I think it looks classy and sophisticated. Red feels a little 'cinema' to me.

    Theatre Project-theatreconcept.jpg

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    All four of the upper left are really nice for design ideas.

    I agree that Red seems a bit too royal. Blue would be a nice change of pace I think.

    But I am not an expert on color at all.

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    I agree Anstett. Here is my new design for a baroque stage. The grey bits on each side are curved steps. The front dangly bits are gold-painted carved wood (?). I am absolutely confident that Meshon can curve wood to this exact shape. I am attaching a .png at the correct scale so Meshon can use this as a template.

    Theatre Project-newstage.png

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    I have recoloured Dangerwolfe's curtains to match the two colourschemes I liked the best. I also managed to remove the shadow around it (with HUGE difficulty!).

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    The stage looks really fantastic! I'm sorry I don't have a whole bunch of time right now, but I will hopefully catch up in the next day or two and get to some wood-bending. And kudos for the shadow removal, I fully understand what that can entail!

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    Thanks Meshon - here is more work on the stage.

    Theatre Project-newstage.jpg

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    Cool project, how did I miss this?

    If you like the chairs I made ( they are photos of a friend's dining room set ) I also have them in blue.
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    And here are a couple other blue chairs I did.

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    Edit note: I cleaned up the last blue chair
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    That's fantastic Bogie - we'll definitely use those lovely blue chairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogie View Post
    Cool project, how did I miss this?
    Come on in the more the merrier!

    Edit note: I cleaned up the last blue chair
    Maybe some dirty chairs are appropriate too it is a public place

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    We also need a pale blue (or red) carpet to run down the centre of the ground floor (thus concealing our seam) and probably elsewhere too. I've never made a carpet texture before. I'd quite like it to be a bit worn. I will begin some research.

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