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Old 06-28-2021, 07:37 AM
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I am enjoying seeing this ancient temple take shape.

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Old 06-28-2021, 09:44 PM
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Thank you Don.

Its actually a great little model to make!
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Old 06-29-2021, 01:02 PM
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Ok, the next step is to start the assembly.

I have decided that I will do two or three sub-assemblies and then join these all together for the final result!

The first assembly I started on was the base.

Picture 1 - The courtyard floor. This is glued to the floor piece to make the base. Reinforcing it with some cardboard seemed a good idea.

Picture 2 - So, I glued the courtyard and floor together, and then stuck some stiff cardboard to both pieces.

Picture 3 - This shows the resulting part.

Picture 4 - The parts that make up the courtyard. From left to right, anti-clockwise - the 3 stairs, 2 parts for the altar, 4 parts for two pillars at the end of the sidewalls, and lastly the 2 side walls.

Picture 5 - The stairs in place.

Picture 6 - This shows the parts ready to go on the base. Top to bottom - the 2 side walls, the altar, and the 2 pillars (now assembled) for the end of the walls.

Pictures 7 and 8 - The base complete. I have also in these pictures glued on the bases for the 4 pillars that hold up the first floor of the temple.

Something to note in the last picture is the way I have rotated the 4 base pillars - you can see the rotation of the 4 pillars from the alignment of the printed numbers on them. Why? Well, each base pillar part is identical, so rotating them in this manner means that a different side will be aligned to the front for variety!
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Looking good, sir. Nice touch with the rotation
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Old 06-30-2021, 09:28 AM
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After the base, the next step was to make the roof and build up the 1st Floor base as well.

Picture 1 – The top of the roof with its “top” pillars.

Picture 2 – The “top” pillars in place.

Picture 3 – The underneath of the roof, with the tops of the 1st floor pillars in place.

Picture 4 – The finished roof.

Picture 5 – The 1st floor was made in a similar way to the roof.

Picture 6 – All the remaining sub-assemblies at this stage – going anti-clockwise from the top left, the 2 buildings, the roof, the 1st floor, the eight remaining pillars that go between the floors, and lastly the base.

Nearly there!
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You'll need to find a flat Indiana Jones figure to finish it off.
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Old 07-02-2021, 02:19 AM
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Gotham - I will!. And some jungle!
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Thanks for the links VK! Appreciated.
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