Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wooden Suspension Bridge #3 Finished :)



Here are a bunch of pictures of the my finished Wooden Suspension Bridge...or at least god enought to game with as I havent fixed any Suspensions yet...

Last picture are a sneak peak of the gaming table for the up comming AAR of the latest game I run in our Very Moderate Swedish Conflict, but you have to give me a week or so to fix it up.










29 comments:

  1. Splendid work as always Michael! I think it looks just like the real one.

    Too bad we didn't manage to blow it up in the game though ... ;)

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    1. Thank you Jonas !

      It was a nice game indeed, I actually thought about building a blown up bridge section to as it are removable...

      Best regards Michael

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  2. A masterpiece of terrain ! I'm really fan of your tables you know.

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    1. Thank you very much Jehan! Very appreciated !

      best regards Michael

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  3. Beautiful looking table ! , I admire your work. Cheers Tony

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  4. A tremendous result Michael, you must be delighted with it.

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  5. As expected, looks ace! Marvellous what an atmospheric piece of terrain like that can do to a wargames table.

    Cheers, SG
    mountainsoflead.com

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  6. Your work is as always an inspiration. Keep up the good work.

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  7. That really is a stunning piece of work Michael

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  8. Stunning work there Michael!!! looks Beautiful...

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  9. That looks just great! All your hard work really paid off Michael!

    Christopher

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  10. . It works wonders to use real life buildings for inspiration. A wooden suspension bridge of that design (in faluröd!) is difficult to come up with on your own.
    It looks great!

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    1. Thanks Mattias !

      Good that we have some odd things here in sweden to get inspiration from, suppouse I have to make us a Midsummer pole to:)

      Best regards Michael

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  11. Fantastic looking bridge Michael. Very impressive!

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  12. Great job and that is one great looking terrain.

    John

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  13. That´s excellent. lookin at the WIP I wouldn´t have thought it would turn out so well.

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  14. What can you say........brilliant!

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  15. That is great work. What a spectacular looking bridge. The rest of the table is great too.

    If you were to go with your idea to have a destroyed section, also do one with a raised section. That could just as equally pose an issue to troops attempting to cross.

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    1. Thnaks for some good Ideeas, will see if I ever get around to expend my bridge.

      Best regards Michael

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  16. Fantastic work you have there.I can't wait to see it fought over...
    best wishes
    Alan

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  17. Just awesome - it really makes the table!!

    Regards,

    Jay

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  18. Spectacular stuff! One of the best tables I've seen in a long time. Keep it up!

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  19. It looks great as is. I wonder if you even need to add suspension wires?

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    1. Thanks Sean !

      I to have had that thought as I suppousee I´m to lazy to ever get around to fix the suspension wires, thanks for the support:)

      Best regards Michael

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  20. Thank you very much ! I´m realy glad that you appreciated the swedish Bridge !

    More odd swedish inspired terrain are in the progress, like a "Dalkulla" ;)

    Best regards Michael

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  21. Hi Michael,

    that looks absolutely excellent!
    The bridge turned out great and the table has this special Swedish style between IKEA and Astrid Lindgren.
    Any Swedish readers please don't take that insulting. It's this kind of ruralty that I like Sweden for... And Ice Hockey of course...

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  22. Great work Michael. This is a great project :-)

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