Over the past week and a half I’ve been slowly working on my first set of ramp molds for Fairlyland Tales. I made a couple out of wood which I plan on redoing, and I just completed what I consider to be a fairly complex ramp mold.
There isn’t much to say about this. Both the foamcore and whitewood builds are based completely on the cad model. The whitewood is made completely by hand by me. It isn’t 100% perfect, but it’s certainly close enough.
This is the current version of the cad model I have. There are a few more things I need to define on it, otherwise I just need to make little tweaks and optimizations.
Like most of my designs, Fairyland Tales officially started its creation via Visual Pinball. You can clearly see that this table design is much closer to the initial “Fairyland Legends” design. The table has since gone through a few layout changes since the vpt design was made.
The original name for this table was Fairyland Legends. The idea was to take multiple fairy tales and throw them onto a table. There was a beanstalk ramp, castle, dragon, fairies, golems, and lily pads on top of the pop bumpers.