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Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:50 pm

FakeNina wrote:
Sun Dec 02, 2018 12:35 pm
Hi Amran,

This looks so great! I love the background, and it's lovely to see Tilo and Kerold together. How was the build? Do you find it easier, or more difficult than Tilo?

Thanks again!

We found Kerold's build to be more challenging than Tilo's, but his larger scale helped. The hat was probably the toughest part for us. We liked the detail and functionality of the pillory board too; hopefully we've made it sturdy enough that he can't escape. ;)
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Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:10 am

Hey ! Finally managed to make this paper figurine of Kerold ! It was hard and it ended up kinda crappy but, it was really really fun :D

This game looks absolutely incredible and i can't wait to finally play it!!! Great job guys :3

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Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:04 pm

Hey echoecho,

Thanks for your Kerold, he looks really great! I love the beard!

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Sat Dec 29, 2018 8:22 pm

My Kerold Redwhiskers file has encountered a critical error!! It's missing glue.dll and tape.exe!! Don't give them all away before I get a patch!! :(
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@fuzzylumkin Oh no! But you have the foundation there. we'll do an ALT-Tab and hold a slot for you until you can get it patched! :)

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Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:09 am

Finally finished my Kerold!
T'was definitely harder than Tilo, especially missing any instructions and a more complex build.

I really recommend some enhancements for these models:
1) black folding lines on dark brown or dark green color are not very visible!
2) bigger flaps for glue would be welcome! I usually made them about doble the intended size, so the glueing would be easier.
3) some instructions or more detailed pictures of the final model would be great! I for example didn't know how to connect Kerolds legs to his torso (and so I will never make pictures from his behind ;-) ). Also I think the left and right eye are switched - I nearly split Kerolds head by forcing the right eye into the socket :-(

But anyhow, it was fun and I also did a picture of "Kerold Nowhiskers" before I attached the beard :-D
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Kerold Nowhiskers
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Kerold and Tilo
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Kerold Redwhiskers (or Whitewhiskers actually)
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Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:48 am

Hi Fonzman,

Great job, and thanks for the feedback, I'll take a look at addressing some of those suggestions. I've not encountered any problems with Kerold's eyes before, but I'll investigate.
Glad you didn't split poor Kerold's skull, and it's looks great!

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