Double Height Tower

I could not resist doing this, a double height Pringle Tower.

I just had to design one new level to join the two tubes and a different vertical support for the upper section.

It is very big…

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What’s On The Table?

I have actually started the lower hull of the large transporter, but the weather is so nice, I have been spending more time in the garden drinking Gin and Tonic, or when not drinking Gin and Tonic, going out on the old Ducati.
But some progress is being made…just very slowly…

What’s On The Table?

The upper hull is about done.


The nose cone is removable and reveals…

…an embarkation point for models.

As you can see, I added a few rivets…

…and a missile launch module

The engines will get glued into a fixed position, when they rotate, the paint on the supporting arms gets scratched off as the engine body moves, a pain in the butt.

Looking good, time to start on the lower hull.

Detailing The Tower

In the last mountain of MDF I cut at Products For Wargamers, was various detail components for the Industrial Office Tower.

I had a lot of fun making a large extractor fan, the plan being to build it up so it had a nice raised and stepped edge.

A more simple piece was this boxy thing, although I do have a load of other bits to stick through all the holes.

This is one of my favourite, something that I think will be called a heat sink.

The final design for the stairs was also completed, as long as models are not too big, 25mm bases should fit on the steps.