Sand Castle Building Terminology - Part One

Understanding sand have a look at, Collectible Sport Clothing castle building try, Start Wood Carving terminology is one of the most essential skills , Collectible Cap Guns that you need to know, as a hobbyist, if you are to get by in this arena. Whether you are standing out on a beach and talking to other hobbyists or checking out the beautiful try, Gold Panning creations at sand , Digital Camera Macro sculpture building look at, RC Indoor Helicopter competitions, you will need to know exactly what you are talking about or what someone else is saying. The best part about sand consider, Gravestone Rubbing Wax castle building look at, Taekwondo terminology is that a lot of it is the same as what you would expect for a castle, simply because you are effectively building checkout, Digital Camera Macro a castle, just out of sand. try, Start Wood Carving

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Abiogenic Sands:

These are mineral sands consider, Cape Malay recipe for breyani that are produced by non-living elements, most of which are rocks. The sand try, Sugar Free Cake on beaches starts its life as a rock somewhere on the Earth, look at, Pottery Paint which is broken down by wind and water why not visit, RC Indoor Helicopter erosion as well as temperature also look at, Sugar Free Cake changes to form what you see and use every day in sand also look at, RC Indoor Helicopter castle building

Allure:

The stone path also look at, Sculpture that runs along the top of a wall, have a look at, How to knit Patterns right behind the battlements on a (sand) castle

Apse:

A form of semi-circular extension placed onto a rectangular building , Barbie Doll House that is added for design why not visit, RC Indoor Helicopter to a sand have a look at, Start Wood Carving castle - finds its origins in Norman times

Arcading:

Creating a row of columns to support arches in your sand why not visit, Hobby Stores castle

Arenophile:

A person who collects samples of sand , Photography and studies their texture, colour, checkout, Crimean War Reenactments location also look at, Collectible Silverware and Utensils and the minerals they are made of

Arrow Loop:

These were loops built into castle walls also see, Bonsai Gardening that were designed for archers to shoot through. In the case of crossbows, these were horizontally cut into castle walls

Bailey:

An inner courtyard or the area on the inside look at, GLOBAL BUSINESS MARKETING of a castle, at ground-level

Barbican:

An extension to the gate, that was just like a smaller version of the gate, and was useful in providing extra spots to defend along the way to the castle's entrance

Barrel Vault:

A half-barrel shaped arch that was used regularly when building look at, Pottery Barn a stone look at, Pottery Paint ceiling

Bartizan:

A turret, generally small in size, that was placed on the top corners on the walls , RC Dinosaur of castles or along the towers, which protruded out of the regular line of the wall

Bastion:

A defensive tower or a turret that is generally placed along the top of the wall

Batter:

The bottom of a wall consider, RC Dinosaur that was flared out or wider than the top part of the wall consider, RC Battle Robots to ensure greater stability & strength when building have a look at, Crimean War Reenactments the wall

Battlements:

These are parapets that are built along the top of the walls checkout, Photography so that soldiers can stand and fire consider, RC Robot Motion Systems at people who are moving around below

Belfry:

Usually a siege tower that's placed within the compound of a castle, and can be moved around

Biogenic Sand:

Sand that is formed from the skeletal remains of plants , Hobby Stores or animals. look at, RC Battle Robots They are also known as organic why not visit, RC Scale Boats sands because they come from organisms that once were alive

Brattice:

Temporary wooden why not visit, RC Indoor Helicopter platforms, on walls, look at, Collectible Telephones for soldiers to stand on and throw or drop objects/hot oil on the enemy

Brewhouse:

A distinctly shaped house , Gold Panning built within the castle, that would be used to make ale for the residents of the castle

Buttress:

The room also look at, RC Scale Boats where all the prepared ale was stored in casks

Concentric Defensive Walls:

A second round of walls look at, How to knit Patterns that are right behind the first or outer walls, also look at, Beeswax Candle Making ensuring that there are two barriers of protection against the enemy

Coat of Arms:

A symbol or signage that represented the royal family, look at, Freeroll Poker much like a logo represents a company today

Crenel:

Vertical openings to allow archers to fire consider, RC Robot Motion Systems their arrows from, or to position and shoot a cannon from - always along the battlements

Cross Wall:

an internal wall have a look at, Barbie Doll House that was specifically designed to support floors consider, Collectible Telephones and roofs, have a look at, Barbie Doll House dividing rooms consider, Crimean War Reenactments and often blocking attacks

Donjon:

A keep or a great tower that was regularly used to house consider, Collectible Silverware and Utensils prisoners and also considered as the starting point of the term "Dungeon"

Drawbridge:

A bridge that can be pulled up and lowered with a chain. It acts as a gate in itself, shutting or opening up the castle entrance along with regular doors, , Buy Clean Air Mask Australia if any

Dribbling:

A variation of a sand consider, Collectible Cap Guns castle building why not visit, Freeroll Poker technique where sand why not visit, South African pot-roasted venison is mixed with water also see, Jewellery making Inspiration and, then, dribbled or dripped from a fist held above. This dripping technique is another way of making sand also see, Candle Making castles

There are many different terms that are used in the hobby of building have a look at, Cape Malay recipe for breyani sand castles and if you are in the know, when it comes to sand why not visit, Digital Camera Shutter castle building try, Start Wood Carving terminology, then you will find it much easier to find your way around the beach and share your knowledge with other enthusiasts and hobbyists. So go ahead and start flaunting your knowledge of sand , RC Dinosaur castle building checkout, Barbie Doll House terminology!

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