So, here are some more kitbash ideas:
- Curved walls for Himmelveil Streets.
Specifically, I'd like to try out curved walls that span 6" and 3" tiles.
- Curved walls for Thoumonts.
I think maybe just plaster walls to start with. Not sure what to do with the windows - maybe omit them on the curved walls? Also, I think just the plaster walls? I don't know. I'll have to play a little. Another alternative might be angled walls rather than curved walls, like making octagonal sides?
- Floor tiles to go with curved walls.
This would include 1/2 circle tiles, 1/4 tiles for 6" floors, 1/4 tiles for 3" floors, and maybe 3/4 tiles for them too.
UPDATE: I made a Himmelveil Streets rounded tile. I think it's coming along well, and will try some other ideas.
- A curved stairway? And a floor to complement it?
Not sure if I can pull this off, but I'd like it if I could make a 1" wide stairway to go along the curved walls. With that, I'd like it if I could make a 1/2 circle tile with a section cut out for the stairs below.
- Wide river tiles for Hinterland Forest.
I'd like river tiles that are at least 2" wide, maybe 3" wide. I was looking at a water mill building from Fat Dragon Games, and it gave me the idea for wider river sections. Of course, I think I'd only do wide straight rivers (maybe 2 types to include some with big rocks in em), a river bend, and a transition tile between the wide and the narrow river. Four tiles isn't so bad.
UPDATE: I think the wide river tiles idea is a bust.
- A 6" half-hex tile for Thoumont's
I think this warrants hex walls like kinda mentioned in #2. The walls should have a little anti-warp ledge for the tile to rest on. To this, I'd like a railing system that would let me construct wood-beam railings that wrap around the half-hex tile. I think making this three pieces that plug into each side of the hex tile would be interesting. They should each have anti-warp ledges along the tops, possibly allowing another floor on top of it to rest comfortably. I think making 3" and 6" versions as well would be a nice kitbash. Then I'll need a half-hex roof cap. I think this will fit into the normal roof system pieces.