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PostSubject: The Japanese Pagoda!   Mon May 28, 2012 8:55 pm


I was working out some Sniper tower configurations and some Base set ups for the Japanese area base site.

Some designs would call for almost a tree house set up around an existing tree.

Other Tower designs would be based on simply copying the last sniper tower that was at the Allied base.

After build a series of Pallet walls and other structures I worked out a design for a Pagoda themed tower bunker.

The pagoda design was based on a house of cards design that could be easily replicated with the wooden pallets and some serious structural construction ....I was also thinking about using Pallets to create strong cube structures that could be load bearing platforms which could be fused together to form more creative structures for our battle field.

We could also use any ideas and feedback for this Japanese area because, I am thinking of tranfering even the cinderblocks and bricks to this area for some serious attack and defend of that area.

areas between bases will soon be deemed , NO MANS LAND and will most likelly look like the dead, the dying and the damned!...full of pits and craters and other bullshit to hide into!

Currentlly Rising at the Allied base is a huge Pyramide shaped hill which is composed of multch and held in by pallets which is almost as tall as the tower next to it.

If any one has taken pictures of these current bunker builds, do post and thank you!



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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Mon May 28, 2012 8:59 pm

SandDragon you're a genius! lol. i can be there this sunday, as i don't have an airsoft gun (for at least 2 weeks)

so i can come in and assist!

give me a call when you need me!
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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Mon May 28, 2012 9:01 pm

By using the cinderblocks instead of the wooden pallets it help save time and $ getting the supplies since the blocks themselves are very sturdy for building structures
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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Mon May 28, 2012 9:25 pm

Guerra wrote:
By using the cinderblocks instead of the wooden pallets it help save time and $ getting the supplies since the blocks themselves are very sturdy for building structures

Actually, the Cinder blocks are not very sturdy at all....since they were never mortared or ever will be, this material is only good for basic low level walls of forts....Tower structures will have to be firmly built and held together so that no one can accidentlly cause the structure to fail.

This is my Idea of a beautiful Pagoda....You are now entering the Dojo!


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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Mon May 28, 2012 11:00 pm

that looks beautiful, lol. these wooden pallets are getting tough to come by. maybe my teammates and I can bring in some wood and screws sunday?
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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Tue May 29, 2012 6:40 pm

Reminds me of my tattoo.....

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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Tue May 29, 2012 7:22 pm

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Reminds me of my tattoo.....


Nice Japanese Castle... I see its under construction!




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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Tue May 29, 2012 8:05 pm

It sure is. After my daughter was born the coloring of that was not really my priority. Now that she is older.....

The fade is like that because the moonlight is going to be shining down on the roof which of course will be red. There is actually a trail that leads from my elbow up the the base of the building.

It will end up continuing down my arm as well as the cherry blossom tree. The bottom area is going to be pretty much a warzone but the top will be nice a calm. Tells a nice story. Cant wait to get it done. So I can finally move onto the next one.
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PostSubject: Re: The Japanese Pagoda!   Thu Aug 02, 2012 9:08 pm

I came up with a new designed base... I will call it Pocket bunker because it is made to be moved and repositioned so its built very light!

But I need more Pallets!


This project will also work for the Fox hole Although this will greatly address PB matrix's Japanese base!

I got a Bunker build project for Fox hole but I need really good standard size wooden pallets collected.

I will use one of course and mod it into an old fashioned utility wagon complete with wagon wheels!

The wagon will also see dutys in other games such as transporting a drum scenario to another base!....Im working out a game!...it will be a lot like capture the flag!

Wagon could also recieve a special rigg I designed so it becomes a sort of tank!

The Bunker build type will be completly made transportable so this base can be moved and repositioned many times in the fox hole.

My new design will also fold up so it can be stacked and hidden away if needed.

If anyone who has a truck and the time, please snatch as many wooden pallets or lumber so that I can bunker build it when I return from California.

...If anyone wants to shoot the gun and start the build I will later disclose the building design of the foldable pocket bunker!

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