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  1. This is a fantasy shire section that is a (WIP)...it will be a tabletop game piece when finished...it is (14"x12") built on a standard ceiling tile base. Pictured are the following buildings: 1. Yankee Trader (a pawn shop). 2. Rooming House (cheap rates). 3. Dragon Shoppe & Bank (general store & bank). 4. Ceiling tile base board with road cut in. 5. General view of how this will look when finished.
  2. This is a tabletop playing piece for my RPG adventure group. It was scratchbuilt out of ceiling tile...the piece is 18" x 10"...the double green fir tree ridge is 7" tall as is the double yellow tree ridge...the dead man ridge is 4" tall...the gully running in the middle is 2" tall. All rocks & rock slabs were cast by me out of plaster. It makes a nice central piece on a wilderness table...the lone dead man offers the chance to find a few gold coins and/or a potion or two (if he hasn't been cleaned out by the time the adventure group finds him).
  3. Rocketpropelledgames

    RPGstandards latest projects

    Here is a link to our latest video showcasing some of the projects that we are currently working on
  4. Trying to get a consensus on how many would be interested in doing a month to month Miniature Exchange. Show of hands, who is interested? It is not required that everyone participates every month, just simply send me a PM stating that you want to participate in the next months exchange. There is no obligation beyond the current months exchange. PM me with Name email shipping address What types of minis you want to do? What types of minis you would like to get? We would like to get things started by the end of the month, we will also be participating ourselves. If you havnt already seen, we are also hosting a miniatures painting contest as well,
  5. http://www.terraclips3d.com/index.php?view=catalog Anyone have any personal experience with this new product from Wyrd Miniatures? Reviews?! I wish they would do a KS for this particular product...and if they already did I'm going to be really bummed.
  6. MonkeySloth

    DeepWars Mini-Kicker

    The 2 week long deepwars KS has started. http://www.kickstart...yss-mini-kicker Wonder if the OP can retitle this thread to be Shadowseas\deepwars as there's no real reason to start a new thread.
  7. These are relatively new and look like a fun choise for undead or other planar creatures.. http://microartstudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=20402
  8. Greetings everyone, I was hoping to get everyone's solution for using Woodland Scenics Realistic Water product on your bases. More importantly, I'm hoping to find information about how to keep Realistic Water on a non-recessed base! So what's your secret to keeping the product on there while not getting a funky concave edge or bulges? Or on a round base? Thanks in advance for your help!
  9. Yukon Cornelius

    Dungeon Crawler Miniatures Kickstarter

    Hi all, I just wanted to let everybody know about a new minis Kickstarter that just launched yesterday: http://www.kickstart...-tidal-wave-dcm For the initial goal, they're doing a pirate/water themed set that includes some male and female human pirates, a mermaid and a huge water elemental. They're being produced in both prepainted and unpainted versions, so there's a lot of flexibility. They have stretch goals planned as well, but haven't said what they are. I have their earlier sets, so I can vouch for the quality of the work they do. Judging by the icons they're using for stretch goals, there may be some terrain (huts, wagons, etc.) on the horizon in addition to the regular figs. Anyway, there it is. I figured that Reaper Kickstarter backers might want to take a look...
  10. Kit said I should introduce myself so here goes, I or should I say we , are a small group of gamers that are in the development phase of a new kind of modular terrain for use in any game system that uses minis, we will offer our terrain in every scale we can produce it in. As of right now we are designing for six different genres, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Steampunk, Horror, Urban zombie apocalypse, and Ancient Rome. We are seeking the involvement from the miniatures gaming community to help us produce a line of terrain that is truly designed with gamers in mind. Please send us any questions , concerns, ideas, or advice you may have. Yesterday we released issue 01 of our terrain newsletter, in it you can find info about the terrain we are designing, what you can do to help, info about contests we are holding and much more to come. If you are not a subscriber it is not too late. SUBSCRIBE today by sending an email to rocketpropelledgames@yahoo.com About the contests: ~The mini painting contest will be a recurring type contest scheduled for twice a month. ~Entry is absolutely free, all that we require for entry is your Name and email address Submission Rules ~ Submissions must be painted by you, no outsourcing please ~ You may only submit one entry for your submission ~ A entry may consist of any miniature that fits into the current theme. ~ Limit your submission to 5 or less images. ~All submissions should be made through a facebook message or via ouremail listed above. Reaping the rewards ~ whomever wins the bi-monthly contest will get their miniature and a short bio featured on our facebook page and in our newsletter in the miniatures section. ~ All winners will also receive a voucher for free terrain , which will be delivered after production before it becomes available to the public The theme and cutoff date ~ For the first theme we will be doing " A gnome illusionist of evil alignment " This is to be a miniature to represent the tavern owner from our article " A brief introduction to the tavern and its owner" which you will find in the image of our first newsletter below ~ The cutoff date to submit for entry into the contest will be August 30th @ 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time To find pictures and more information be sure to visit us at: http://www.facebook....tpropelledgames Feel free to message us via: http://twitter.com/RPGstandard Best Regards and happy painting, Rocket Propelled Games rocketpropelledgames@yahoo.com
  11. Let's add some stuff to the Terrain forum. Here are a couple of tree terrain models: a fallen tree and a group of chopped trees. Both of them are easy terrain models made with real wood, just glued to the bases and inked to add texture. The fallen tree is based on an old CD (an easy and non-bendable base). The chopped trees may be used on their own as an ex-forest or added to a bigger non-chopped forest to add variety.
  12. Fellow Crafters! Direct Your Browser Here: http://thebrokeassgamers.com/ We Are Doing Some Down Right Awesome Stuff In Central Texas! Hi, I'm the site artist/ editor, I'm really kind of new to terrain crafting, They call me Niz, I had some crafting experience in adolescence but then life happened. Over the years I have continued to make found object, digital art and paintings but it wasn't till recently I got back into miniatures, with a few friends, we have begun to build this site. I recently made a really nice piece from some scrap plastic, and used Reaper paints which, must be admitted, found to yeild more than the GW paints when it came to flow and pigment. You've found a new customer! Take a click, and a look, find Us on Twitter and FaceBook! Any advice, pointers or tips would be greatly appreciated!
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