In a different thread in this forum, Humabout posted a metal ring that he made to use as a picture frame.
You can see his post here: http://www.cartographersguild.com/ma...tml#post228119
I thought it would look good as a metal edge to a table so I modified it a bit and made these 2 tables:
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I used to post something every Friday, but I got out of the habit. Reverting to form, here are some more tables made with Humabout's metal ring:
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Cool stuff! I really like the one to the far right.
Bogie, you are so good at doing these you might consider doing a few tutorials to teach others what you have learned.
Great stuff as always Bogie. Good to see your table obsession lives on. :)
I took a picture of a cracked glass globe. I made 4 versions, solid with shadow, solid without shadow, transparent with shadow and transparent without shadow
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Over 50,000 views!
Having created some "magic circles" for a game, I might as well share them :)
Stone texture is freely available from govgrid.org, glowing lines have been drawn in MS PowerPoint 2010, transparent background has been created in gimp.
The pictures are intentionally large, so you can scale them down to your needs.
(I would have uploaded them right here into the thread; however the Proxy here blocks uploads to the guild for whatever reasons :( )
Cool magic circles Schattentanz, thanks.
Wow these are awesome! Is there any way that someone could compile a zip folder with all the images posted until now?