Monday, July 17, 2017

Fort Boyard Paper Model - by Aurélien - via Le Forum En Papier



This is the Fort Boyard, more one nice architectural paper model created by French designer Aurélien that was originally posted at Le Forum En Papier. I think it is very nice for Maritime Dioramas, RPG and Wargames.
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The Real Thing
Fort Boyard is a fort located between the Île-d'Aix and the Île d'Oléron in the Pertuis d'Antioche straits, on the west coast of France. Though a fort on Boyard bank was suggested as early as the 17th century, it was not until the 1800s under Napoleon Bonaparte that work began. Building started in 1801 and was completed in 1857. Fort Boyard is oval-shaped, 68 metres (223 ft) long and 31 m (102 ft) wide. The walls were built 20 m (66 ft) high. At the centre is a yard, and the ground floor provided stores and quarters for the men and officers. The floor above contained casemates for the emplacements of guns and further quarters. Above that were facilities for barbette guns and mortars. - Wikipedia


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Este é o Forte Boyard, mais um belo modelo arquitetônico criado pelo designer francês Aurélien e que foi originalmente postado no Le Forum En Papier. Eu creio que seja um ótimo modelo para Diormas Marítimos, RPGs e Wargames. O Forte Boyard está situado entre as ilhas Aix e Oléron no Estreito de Pertuis d'Antioche, costa leste da França. Apesar de um forte neste local ter sido sugerido desde o Século XVIi, somente depois de 1800, à mando de Napoleão Bonaparte que o trabalho começou. A construção foi iniciada em 1801 e foi concluída em 1857. Fort Boyard é uma contrução de formato oval, com68 metros (223 pés) de comprimento e 31 m (102 pés) de largura. Suas paredes alcançam 20 metros (66 pés) de altura. No centro há um pátio e no piso térreo há casmatas e aposentos para os soldados e superiores. O andar de cima era usado como depósito de armas . no topo ficavam os canhões e mais peças de artilharia.


Link: Fort.Boyard.Paper.Model.by.Aurélien.via.Le.Forum.En.Papier


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