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  1. After painting the Cavern tiles, I am feeling ambitious (and avoiding work) so I am going to try and paint these tiles too. I bought these two sets from eBay a while back and one came painted (albeit pooryl), the other unpainted. I think I will leave the painted ones as is and attempt to finish the unpainted today. It is a race before my gaming group shows up to play board games in four hours.
  2. peepster1976

    Sword&Sorcery, starterset Heroes

    Started painting the core set heroes of Sword&Sorcery, very nice dungeon crawler. Hope u like it!
  3. I tried my hand at making some simple dungeon tiles. They are made from a material similar to foam core, but without the paper. The pieces are cut to size, scored with a pen, and then rolled with a wad of aluminum foil to add texture. The tiles had a tendency to curl because of the scoring, so I glued each one to another unscored piece. The pieces were then primed and given two highlights. All in all, I think they turned out really well. The project cost less that $15 and only took a few hours. Here is an action shot.
  4. knarthex

    A thought for ReaperCon 2017....

    Okay prepare for lengthy thought..... ​(Before it dies of neglect and loneliness....) Whilst on the hangouts over this weekend, the old "dungeon romps" that we used to do in these threads was mentioned, I believe by Adept Legacy. As we batted the Idea around, we wondered if people would be interested in painting up their "Forum Personae" for use in a diorama. It would go something like this, (Maybe) People find a mini that they feel represents them self in their "forum personae" IE A Drow Elf for myself, the axe toting Barbarian with an INT dump stat for Ub3r, a Jedi Hamster for David B, etc (you folks get the idea!) and paint it up by ReaperCon 2017. (That would give us over a year.....) Someone (Some group?) that builds terrain, and lives close enough to Reaper HQ to be able to transport it there, could build some dungeon terrain of various sorts to place all of the minis on as our erratic, eclectic, eccentric adventuring party..... (Hopefully with a mushroom patch or two.... ) (Size to be determined by number of folks that 'sign up') Everyone brings (or mails for those that can't attend) their contribution to the thing, and it is set up there for us all to look and smile and remember things.... Then, everything gets donated to Reaper for display in their corporate HQ, as a THANK YOU! from all of us for hosting such a wonderful Insane Asylum forum for us all to play in..... Would anyone be interested in doing something like this????? And does Reaper have a place that they could display it? Maybe it could become a yearly thing, that new folks bring "Themselves" to add in, and if folks change their personae, they could change their mini too! I can only imagine some of the possibilities.... (Certain 'people' sneaking and peeking from air vents for example.....) George
  5. These are some resin dungeon- and garden-type stone walls. The first are from Ainsty Castings, and they were dreamy to work with. Crisp, flawless molds, tight details, and a paint-receptive surface. The second are from Novus Design Studio, and they ... weren't. There appear to have been many tiny bubbles in the master molds, causing lots of little spherical blisters on the model. The major frustration was that they were water and paint repellent. I had to jump through many hoops to get paint to adhere to their upper parts. Ainsty Castings #1001, 9 cm Dungeon Wall: #1005, 6cm Dungeon Wall Door Section (door is removable and I didn't glue it in) For scale, images with Reaper's 77131, Finaela, Pirate, and Ral Partha / Ironwind Metals Ciera, Swordmistress: Just as a brief break from walls, these are Ainsty Castings #1209, 6cm x 6 cm Dungeon Floor with Small Grill. Details: The Novus Design Studio walls came in a set of six: two each of small, medium, and long walls. Each had a plain stone design on one side and a large skull in an arch on the other. The stones were modeled completely flat. I painted up the skull decorations as if someone was keeping them crudely painted, with cream, black, and red paint. I grew tired of plain grey stones, so added a lot of lichen. The little bubble flaws from the moldmaking process I painted red and figured if anyone asked, they are little fungi. Novus Design Studios #1015 - 28mm Fantasy Wall Set. Finaela for scale. Details:
  6. Acquired as add-ons during the "Dungeon Monsters" Kickstarter by Johnny Borg Castings, I did up some dungeon decor and resting adventurers. "About our pay..." (the table and backdrop are the only non-Johnny Borg Castings material, both from Dwarven Forge) The decor alone: Drinking Barbarian: Feasting Barbarian: Resting Wizard who is not Santa:
  7. Patrik Strom

    Mocking Beast, Reaper Bones

    The Mocking Beast from Reaper Bones. A really, really cool sculpt!
  8. I finished up my Dwarven Forge KS1 tiles this week. This picture includes all of my painted dungeon themed terrain (including 80 Stones Dungeon Tiles). Three base sets Three sets of stretch goals Two Curved Wall Add-ons Two Diagonal Wall Add-ons One Grand Stairs Add-on One Chamber of Sorrows Add-on A little over half of the stuff pictured above was painted in the last week.
  9. Skrill

    Dungeon Saga painted (Mantic)

    Hi, I recently received the reward of another Kickstarter i backed: Dungeon Saga from Mantic. It is a dungeon crawler board game about a typical adventuring party (barbarian, dwarf, elf and mage) exploring a dungeon filled with undead and a necromancer. I really wanted to try the game, but before I felt that I needed to paint up the minis included in the base set. They are made of the regular board game soft plastic, but it surprisingly keeps a lot of details. And there is a lot to paint (between dungeon dwellers and furniture) So, my "painting strategy" was speed and efficacy. Most of the minis were simply base-coated and then applied a dark wash, with the occasional drybrush (or a bit of layered highlight on a couple of them). Also, since in the game, there are 2 identical sculpt of each minion, I tried to vary a bit the colour schemes to keep it interesting. Some minis look quite dark... but that fits with the creepy dungeon atmosphere... and dark is faster to paint too. Here are the minis: The Heroes: The Bosses: The undead minions: (love the undead dwarves) The zombies and ghosts: The Zombie trolls: Furniture and doors: In the end I'm quite happy with the result and ready to get my wife and daughter play the game with me. (until I start painting rhe various expansions...) C&C welcome
  10. Knight of the Dinner Table

    Instant Dungeon Tactical

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/vorpaliagames/instant-dungeon-tactical?ref=category_newest Interesting take on the dungeon terrain topic ... I'm probably set concerning steampunk and dungeon, but the forest might interest me - and some add-ons.
  11. smokingwreckage

    Incredibly Cheap Printable Dungeon

    http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product_info.php?products_id=83216&affiliate_id=294988 This is excellent stuff. A mate blogs on the subject here: http://sirrob01.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/papercraft-build-inked-adventures-dungeon-cut-up-basic/ He's become something of an expert on all aspects of printable terrain, miniatures, etc., so do yourself a favour and have a look.
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