Post by kanekilledvince on Jan 2, 2008 4:08:27 GMT -5
Not too bad, Ice. Although you'd probably be better off putting the barrier around the ring. I know it won't go the whole way but even if it just partly covers one side, then you can use the other side of the ring for play.
I recommend becoming a bit more exaggerative with the titantron though. It looks very basic and kinda scrunched up.
Post by kanekilledvince on Jan 4, 2008 1:32:56 GMT -5
Its a vast improvement. I like the WWE logo on the cage. Its a nice addition. Its till very bland looking. I'd recommend picking up an actual Jakks stage and using that, as they are more colourful and aren't that expensive either.
The only real problem with your stage is that its been done to death. Every third person's stage is a cage with a logo on it.
Its definitely an improvement over what it was, there's no doubt about that at all. But i firmly believe that with a bit of creativity you could make a ramp/walkway and have a solid looking stage, as opposed to a somewhat 2D looking stage.
This is my modern style WWE arena. Note that it is a very simple set-up because I use it a lot for play just to have fun (no super official pic fed or anything) so I don't want it to be cluttered up and have things always falling, crashing because I use it often.
It is not based off a particular arena (RAW, Smackdown!) ... all I can say is that is just a general, almost house showish modern style arena with a little bit of a WM23 theme (ropes, apron, sign above entrance). The only things I plan on adding eventually are crowd print-outs (when I find good ones) to add to the back white wall and the two sides as well as more black barricade to go around the back wall and some of the left side.
Musician, documentary addict and most of all wrestling nerd
Post by primetimejedi on Jan 19, 2008 0:56:24 GMT -5
primetime jedi, is those metal posts from the MITB ladder match ring? if so how do they fit around a RSR?
That is the structure for the MITB match. There are 2 ways you can have it set over your RSR.
1.) the way I put it on an angle or 2.) take the ring ropes off. place the structure legs over the posts till they reach the point they cant go any further. then rehook the turnbuckles and ropes onto it.
I did mine on an angle because I put lights on it (bought them @ Micheals. Lemax Christmas/Halloween spotlights). PLUS I can change rings easier (I have an AWA & NJPW custom RSR's)