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  1. I apparently forgot to add this set, some simple wood terrain from Bones 3 I painted alongside the Giants. They were saved from a sealant malfunction as well, though the simple colors made it easy.
  2. About this project About this project SimplePolytrix has put together over 20 gorgeous 3D models available for you to download and print on your home 3D printer or printing service. These unique, highly detailed terrain pieces fit any sci fi table top scenario from strategic war gaming to role playing games. Each model is handcrafted using today's standards in 3D building software. Assurance of quality through prototype printing was done to finalize the project. Today you can begin building your library or increase your collection of digital models for all your gaming needs as much as you wish. The purpose of this project is to allow SimplePolytrix to continue delivering quality terrain models for all genres of gaming from fantasy to modern to historical and more. Through gracious backers, more efficient and lower cost prototype testing may be done to keep the cost at a minimum for the consumer. Better materials can be purchased, and a realization of creating resin casts production can be met. It is the company's ultimate goal to be able to provide both digital downloads and physical prints so anyone can enjoy enhancing their battlefield with Simplepolytrix Terrain. We hope you're as excited about this kickstarter as we are! Please spread the word by sharing this on your Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets so we can reach that goal! Thank you! SimplePolytrix Collection Contents Here are all the models you will receive if you pledge at the SimplePolytrix Collection level: SimplePolytrix Collection Barricade Single-Unit Bunker Cathedral Ruins Crash Fencing Fountain Pump Garage Lookout Tower Objective Markers
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    Mixed with some resin crates from Rebel Minis. More at the blog.
  4. So, as you may have heard, I have been bitten by the Frostgrave bug. Like several others here. I don't want to keep thread-jacking the topics that others have already started so I'm starting my own. And there is nothing that you can do about it! (Except ignore it. Please don't ignore it. My fragile self esteem would just totally fall apart and I would be forced to return to.........where was I) Yes terrain. I used to make terrain back when I played Mordheim but all of that has been lost to time and space (and Navy movers). So I'm building most things from scratch. I will include finished works as well as WIP. If there is interest I can break out specific projects into a separate WIP thread. So to start off: My first 10 painted minis of the New year: A Target Games resin Graveyard set. Now that Iook at it, I missed painting the earth on one of the graves. And some moss (lichen I guess for the cold lands) Next up is my pool/well. This is actually an ash tray that Awesome Wife and I picked up from an open air market in London on our honeymoon in '98. We don't smoke but it looked cool. Next up is a WIP of a ruined two story house. I think the next ones I make will not be as wide. Materials are foamcore board ($1) and craft (popsicle sticks, also $1). I've got plenty of both left. Front: And back: Future plans will include a storage box tower and some sort of stepped platform built out of insulation board. FYI the foamboard cuts were done with a hot knife. Very handy and relatively cheap. Mine was $15 at AC Moore but after coupons and discounts it ended up being 7 bucks.
  5. 28mm Modular Buildings Is Hayland Terrain's latest Kickstarter, to fund a range of Modern, Western, Steampunk & Wasteland modular buildings using the OpenLOCK connecting system for 3d printing. It has been funded and has unlocked 3 stretch goals extra modern walls x3, New modern building style and the wild west bar accessory set, they are also getting close to unlocking the fantasy theme, the last Kickstarter items are also on offer. Kickstarter link:
  6. I've completed a second batch of miniatures from Bones 3. I'm glad to be done with them, and some may have been a bit rushed; I bit off a bit more than I could chew. The Plague Marines, Cave Goblins, and some random others were all on the table at the same time. First, a group shot: A bundle of terrain, from the Crypt expansion. One wall is not, and was a sample from the ReaperCon swag bag. It just snuck in! Goremaw, the Devourer of paint! I'm so glad I used craft paints on him, I'm not sure how many bottles of purple I would have gone through otherwise. A Halfling Stereotype. You'd see a statue like this in front of any fantasy pizza place. I hadn't noticed that moldline across his chest until I was uploading the photo...yikes! "Hey you guuuys!" I really enjoyed painting this one. I experimented a bit with his skin and tried to match him to the pale tones of the D&D pre-paint Fomorians. He's not quite there, but I like how he came out. Bandit. One of my favorites from the set. "Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt" gave me a new appreciation for the simple thugs that show up in every game. I hadn't realized he was meant to be wearing pants until I was inking him, and saw the patch over the knee. I liked the lesser-dressed look, so I painted it up to be a bloody bandage slapped over the knee instead. Half-Orc Merchant. Not much to be said about him, I just painted him in the style of my Warhammer Empire troops. Lastly, a bunch of Dwarves. Beagle knows it's not a Kickstarter unless it has a Dwarf or two in it.
  7. About this project We are the "Tabletop Basement" - your Studio for Miniature Painting & Tabletop Terrain from Hannover, Germany. We start with our first own terrain series: At first the TOWNHOUSES. You get high quality resin buildings - designed and produced in Germany. TOWNHOUSE 1: 2,5 floors / 1 intermediate floor / inbuilt windows You can remove the roof and the floor and play inside! TOWNHOUSE 2: Chose from 3 versions Townhouse 2 - half timbered: unpainted assembly kit with 2,5 floors / 1 intermediate floor / 7 detached laser cut windows You can remove the roof and the floor and play inside! Townhouse 2 - plastered: unpainted assembly kit with 2,5 floors / 1 intermediate floor / 6 detached laser cut windows You can remove the roof and the floor and play inside! Townhouse 2 - stone: unpainted assembly kit with 2,5 floors / 1 intermediate floor / 7 detached laser cut windows You can remove the roof and the floor and play inside! Shed: unpainted assembly kit with inbuilt windows all pieces are made of high quality resin and come UNPAINTED handmade - designed and produced in Germany You can simple expand your pledge by addon the amount of € to your pledge level: SHIPPING: Germany - 6,00 € EU - 13,90 € rest of the World - 17,00€ Please add it to your Pledge! But please note: We check the postage after the campaign and tell you the right amount you have to pay. Your are eligible for stretch goals if your pledge value is the same or higher than is pronounced in the stretch goal description. Recipients outside the EU are responsible for any import duties/fees of their respective countries.
  8. About this project Hi! We are Small Terrain Miniature Scenery, a small business run by myself (Andy) and my partner, Donna. We started Small Terrain after I had to take redundancy from my regular job (due to being diagnosed with PTSD from my Military Service), and I thought I would try and make my hobby (and my passion) a career. Last year we launched our first ever Kickstarter to raise money for a new studio. The campaign was a huge success, that not only bought in much needed capital but an amazing new customer base. Since then we have had three successful Kickstarter projects, and because of this we have decided to follow up with another project based around "Gothic Sci-Fi" themed scatter terrain. Although aimed at 28mm Sci-Fi systems like Warhammer 40K and Mantic's Warpath, these pieces will be more than suitable for Post-Apocalyptic games such as MAD MAX A WORLD OF FIRE & BLOOD We are looking to raise £500 to pay for the production of this new resin scatter terrain. The money will be spent on making both the masters and production moulds for this range. We have a great choice of pledge levels on offer that won't break the bank. You can also find all the measurements for each product at the bottom of the page so why not take a look! PLEASE NOTE - All UK Shipping will be 1st Class Signed for. International Shipping outside the UK will be by Courier and includes tracking. LARGE Barrels Set (x6 pieces) - £6.00 This reward includes : 1 x 6 piece Large (3.5cm x 2.5cm) Barrels - SUPPLIED UNPAINTED Ruined Wall Scatter Piece - £12.00 This reward includes: 1 x 28mm Resin Wall Piece - Supplied Unpainted Ruined Wall Corner Piece - £12.00 This reward includes 1 x 28mm Resin Wall Corner Scatter Piece - Supplied Unpainted Ruined Column Scatter Piece - £12.00 This reward includes 1 x 28mm Resin Fallen Column Scatter Piece - Supplied Unpainted. Urban Craters Scatter Set - £15.00 This reward includes 3 x 28mm Resin Urban Craters - Supplied Unpainted. Ruined Wall Scatter Bundle - £32 This reward includes:1x Wall Scatter Piece , 1x Ruined Wall Corner Piece & 1x Ruined Column Piece - Supplied Unpainted. Early Bird "DARK FUTURE" Bundle - £42 This reward includes:1x Wall Scatter Piece , 1x Ruined Wall Corner Piece, 1x Ruined Column Piece & 1x Three Piece Urban Craters set. Supplied Unpainted. "DARK FUTURE" Bundle - £48 This reward includes:1x Wall Scatter Piece , 1x Ruined Wall Corner Piece, 1x Ruined Column Piece & 1x Three Piece Urban Craters set. Supplied Unpainted. ADD ON - 1 x Ruined Chapel Simply add £14 to your pledge level (or use the pledge without reward feature if you just want this piece) to receive a Ruined Chapel piece. Supplied unpainted - Contact us for shipping rates if using the "pledge without reward" option. ADD ON: 4 x Rubble Barricades Simply add £15 to your pledge level (or use the pledge without reward feature if you just want these) to receive a set of four rubble barricades. Supplied unpainted - Contact us for shipping rates if using the "pledge without reward" option.
  9. So I finished up Bonehenge.... Thanks for looking!
  10. This looks very interesting although it's way above my hobby budget.
  11. About this project ANNOUNCEMENT: Every pledge includes all the models in previous pledges. REVIEWS "The designs they do are well thought out and easy to print" TabletopgamesUK "I'm really loving this terrain. There's loads of really cool stuff available for a whole multitude of games" The Dark Artisan LINK A LA CAMPAÑA EN CASTELLANO TC:2 is a huge range of fully modular Sci-Fi scenery developed to be 3D printed. If you are into wargames or roleplaying games and you own or have access to a 3D printer, then you have come to the right place. At the end of our last campaign our backers voted our next range to be Sci Fi, and we like being true to our word. So here we present you Each pledge level gives you access to a number of STL files that you can print as many times as you need, which means endless possibilities for combinations (and saves you a LOT of money). Measurements and printing volumes This time we have designed a system of walls, floors and roofs that you can combine at will to create any futuristic city you may need for your wargames. Each wall measures aprox. 9cm long x 6cm tall (18cm x 6cm for double walls, floors and roofs) so they fit most printing volumes. Besides the modular system we want to design a massive range of extras to help you dress your city. As such, you can expect fountains, sewers, urban furniture (streetlamps, benches, cables, trees, etc.), urban floors and anything you can imagine an need to build your gaming table. And of course we have our Memorable buildings, unique models that make the center piece of any gaming table. This time we want our Memorables to be modular, so we will offer you different options to customize them: optional roofs, attachments and details to make them even more awesome. Modular modularity with the modular modules!!! Death lurks in every corner! Thunder Chrome is defined by our 3 M: Modular, Memorable and Mad. Well, we have added a 4th M to our proposal: Mold-breaker!!! Modular There are two things to have in mind when speaking about modularity. The first one, modularity is not just combining catwalks and platforms. Full modularity involves building alleys, stackable buildings and multi-level cities, and we offer you that here. The second thing to have in mind is how modular a model is. We have gone a step further with our models and this time we offer floors, walls and roofs so you can combine all of them at will. For this we have developed a simple system of tabs and slots that hold the structures together to ensure they don't fall apart mid game. This, of course, lets you play outside and inside the buildings just by removing the roofs. Memorable As usual, we have unique buildings that will stand out in any Sci Fi city such as the Armory, included in the Mega-city One pledge. This time we want our Memorables to be modular too, so expect them to be easily customizable. You can print some more components and decide to make them bigger (or smaller), change roofs, doors and all the possible options we can come up with. More Memorable buildings will unlock as stretch goals, so be ready for more awesomeness!!! Mad As a Thunder Chrome backer you must always look for hidden easter eggs. May be you can locate little homages to Sci Fi history, be it a movie or a book. Just pay attention, you'll be surprised! Mold-breaker This time we have really pushed the technology forward, and after lots of testing we want to offer you unique features in our models. The two main characteristics we have been able to achieve are: breakable in-game buildings and sliding doors/windows. Until now, no scenery offered by any company had this two features included. They really change the options during gameplay, as for the first time the environments change!
  12. When scouting the local Dollar Tree this past week, I saw this sand mold of the Sydney Opera House. It's part of a collection they have along with other world landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Pyramid, and Leaning Tower of Pisa. I thought it looked like it might be useful as some sort of Sci-Fi industrial structure, like a large generator, pumping station, or engine of some sort. So, after glueing on some bits, and painting this was the outcome: IF you want to read more about the project, and see some more work in process photos, please see my blog: http://onemoregamingproject.blogspot.com/2017/06/dollar-tree-sand-mold-sci-fi-terrain.html
  13. After all the medical issues I started the year with, I've finally managed to finish something! A couple of the Bones Starship Generators. Generator_front by Mckenna35, on Flickr Generator_back by Mckenna35, on Flickr
  14. My first Bones 3 paint job is also one of the ones I was most anticipating. It's not quite done, since I have to touch up some of the little stones on the ground, but I'm basically calling it done. I've read that you shouldn't overdo the static grass, but I didn't really know what else to put in it and I didn't want to leave too much bare "broccoli base." Overall, I'm not too unhappy with how it turned out, given my level of ability. Oh, on this note... I've got some "flower stuff" which is okay, but I don't love it. It does have lots of nice little yellow bits. You can see these clumped up in the bottom picture. I'm wondering if people can recommend a good "spray glue" or something to that effect, so that I can just spray a light coating of clue in some places, and then sprinkle the yellow bits. I'm looking for a more spread out "wildflowers" effect, since I think the clumps are too much.
  15. For my miniatures games at Necronomicon, I like to have some sort of terrain piece on the table that stands out as a potential attention-grabber, in the hopes of attracting any wandering undecided players in the game room prior to start time, and perhaps motivating them to go sign up for the game. The trouble is that such terrain pieces with a strong vertical element BLOCK LINE OF SIGHT for seated players. For a miniatures wargame, that wouldn't be such an issue, when you usually just have two standing people with laser pointers maneuvering around the table. In an RPG scenario, it's maybe 6 people (plus me), and I'm usually the only one standing. Some tall building in the middle of the table means that one or more players can't see the zombies/mutants/whatever behind the building, or their status tokens, even though the PC should have no such trouble (being right there). Therefore, certain toy play sets I find at the thrift store can fit the bill. This "facade" or "backdrop" piece helps to set a scene, but it's on the GM's side of the table, in lieu of a GM screen. It serves as a staging area to hide minis and reference sheets (not die rolls -- I roll them out in the open), and since it's right next to me (and I am standing up for most of the game), it shouldn't be blocking line of sight for any of the seated players. (If a PC moves to a position where he's going "behind" the facade, then he's leaving the table zone, and I either need to set up a new area as the action shifts, or just resolve that we're going "theater of the mind" for whatever that PC is doing poking around off-stage rather than staying and joining in on the fight or whatever other action is dominating the main scenario area). The price for such a play set varies according to the moods of the price-setter, I guess. One day, I'll find some elaborate play set and it's just $1-$2. Another day, I'll be excited at finding the perfect set piece ... and then I see it's been set at $25 (and it's not even remotely COMPLETE), so I pass it over. I confess, there are a number of items I've gotten because I figured I'd get some sort of use out of it (without a specific plan) ... and after a while, some of those toys have gone right back to Goodwill after I figured that I needed some more garage space, and it was highly unlikely I'd actually get around to doing something with that toy within my lifetime. Well, one acquisition I found at the thrift store was an incomplete version of the Nickelodeon TMNT play set: Sadly, it's not the newer Toys 'R' Us version with the nicer details and bits. Also, it was lacking the building-top water tower or billboard pieces (or the action figures). I figured that this might be useful for a street scene either for a superheroic scenario, or perhaps post-apocalyptic. And for $2? Why not? I started by removing the big neon green pipe in the back, the lower "sewer" level of the play set, and the electronic talking box (behind the central "Chinatown" roof section), along with the button and the giant turtle "foot" meant to kick whatever figure has the misfortune to be standing there when the button is pressed. I used a Dremel tool to remove the protruding tabs on the bottom that would have linked up the "sewer" section, so the "sidewalk" could rest flat on the table. One danger immediately was that I'd removed some important structural supports (the sewer level, the electronics box, and the green pipe), so at this point the remaining play set was a LITTLE bit wobbly. It's rigid enough plastic, however, that it's not much of an issue, but I might have to reinforce the base.
  16. Meanders2 Wave2 Digital Sci-fi Terrain drops in 2 days time on the 21st May. A preview is here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gametilewarehouse/1602493010?token=6e1623e4 This will be the biggest sci-fi map project ever attempted and potentially over 145 giant new maps for Scifi RPG. You can get Vector Packs, Commercial Licenses, and much more. You can also have your name or even company logo put into my Meanders as a bonus just by backing early. There are downloadable banners on the preview that you can take to share the project around on groups and sites. Thanks for reading, hope to see you there. Cheers :)
  17. Ive decided to run a little test to see how well Pokorny Paints from Dwarven work on bones as primer. I decided not to cover the entire thing just so people can see the contrast. While is a bit thicker than the traditional brown liner you can see it keeps the detail nicely. I will finish the first coat then I will do a Agrax Earthshade wash. Now I wouldn't recommend this paint for the smaller miniatures..but larger ones it seems to work pretty good
  18. About this project Hello! We are Small Terrain Miniature Scenery, a small business run by myself (Andy) and my partner, Donna. Last year we launched our first ever Kickstarter to raise money for a new studio. The campaign was a huge success, that not only bought in much needed capital but an amazing new customer base. Since then we have had a second successful Kickstarter project with our "Take Cover!" sandbag range. Based on this we have decided to follow up with another project based around "Bricks and Mortar" themed terrain. Although aimed at 28mm WW2 systems like Bolt Action, these pieces will be more than suitable for 40K or modern settings like "The Walking Dead". We are looking to raise £500 to pay for the production of our new resin bricks and mortar themed terrain. The money will be spent on make both the masters and production moulds for this range. We have a great choice of pledge levels on offer that won't break the bank. You can also find all the measurements for each product at the bottom of the page so why not take a look! Tank Trap Set - £5 This reward includes: 10x Single Tank Traps. Supplied Unpainted Brick Walls Set - £15 This reward includes: 3x Medium Straight Brick Walls & 3x Short Straight Brick Walls. Supplied Unpainted Brick Pillbox - £20 This reward will include: 1x Resin Cast Brick Pillbox With Removable Roof. Supplied Unpainted. Brick Wall Bundle Set - £28 This reward includes: 6x Medium Straight Brick Walls & 6x Short Straight Brick Walls. Supplied Unpainted. Early Bird "Don't panic!" Bundle - £45 This reward includes:10x Tank Trap pieces, 6x Medium Straight Brick Walls, 6x Short Straight Brick Walls & 1x Brick Pillbox Piece With Removable Roof. Supplied Unpainted. "Don't panic!" Bundle - £50 This reward includes: 10x Tank Trap Pieces, 6x Medium Straight Brick Walls, 6x Short Straight Brick Walls & 1x Brick Pillbox Piece With Removable Roof. Supplied Unpainted. Tank Traps: 2cm x 2cm x2cm (approx) Brick Walls Set: Medium wall 9cm x 1.5cm x 2cm, Small wall 5cm x 1.5cm x 2cm (approx) Brick Pillbox: 11.5cm x 11.5cm x 5.5cm (approx) A massive thank you for all your support, we hope you can help by sharing the campaign and we really can't wait to bring this new range to life
  19. Someone else here had picked up a wooden log cabin kit from Hobby Lobby a while ago and posted it here. I picked one up myself the other day and started to work on it. This is the one I'm talking about. As you can see from the picture, it's not too terribly expensive. This is both good and bad. I'll get to that in a few minutes. This is the basic assembly; it took me about 20 minutes only because a few of the pieces needed to be trimmed a little bit for a good fit. Unfortunately, my kit was missing 2 pieces; there are supposed to be 2 'half logs' that go on the very bottom of the structure to start things off. I thought about going back and complaining, but for the price I paid, I figured it wasn't worth the gas I'd end up using to get there. Besides, this is only a minor challenge; improvise, adapt, and overcome! I'll hide the mistake when I get to the basing part. Since this is intended for use as a gaming piece, I deviated from the instructions and assembled the roof differently so that it would be detachable to put figures inside. I added some toothpicks for extra support/strength. And that's where I am right now.
  20. About twenty years or so ago a game came out that I fell in love with, a game that touched my inner Ork and spoke to me in a nice simple language that I could easily understand. A game of Orks and vehicles, white knuckle speed and vicious combat, mutants and huge explosions all set in an arid desert wasteland. What's not to love, right!?!? That game is GORKAMORKA! Anyway, my son, who is younger than the game by a few months, recently watched a few videos of the game on the mwg youtube channel and decided "Hey Dad, we should play a Gorkamorka campaign." "We have no terrain or vehicles for the game anymore." I said calmly, trying to hide my interest and excitement thinking this would just make the subject go away because even though I love the game, this immediately raised a red flag of me building a ton of terrain and vehicles while everyone else just got to play in the end. "We would literally have to build everything we needed. So unless you are going to help with every single step along the way, its not happening." I figured that would be the end of it because he is not a big fan of the building process, just the playing process. There was a VERY brief moment of silence and then, "Okay....what would we have to do?" We sat down that night with the books, looked at game pics and desert pics on the web, watched some of the videos on youtube from the mwg guys and made a list of scenery that we would need to play the game. Flash forward about two weeks to two days ago when we find ourselves in one of the local home improvement stores and end up coming home with most of what we need as far as the main supplies go. Two 2' x 4' x 1/4" sheets of mdf and one 4' x 8' x 1" sheet of insulation foam. That night we laid out the rough ideas we had for the two cliff faces, this took quite a while actually as I kept going back and forth between depth of protrusion onto the board and playability. I wanted them to not take up too much room but still have enough space on top to maneuver small and medium vehicles while larger ones may only be able to go in a straight line. Each cliff also needed a single ramp for vehicle access. The following day we sketched out the bases for the rest of the larger terrain pieces. I had to remind him that we didn't want to waste the material so we needed to cram as much as we can onto each board. Today we were both off so we decided to spend it working on terrain. First thing we needed to do was to cut out all the bases. An extra piece of mdf from an old project was also turned into a dune. Next we laid out all the bases onto the foam and traced all the shapes, making sure we had enough space to get everything on took some rearranging but we managed it. By a very huge bit of dumb luck when I scored the sheet of foam and broke it in two, so we could get it in the van and home, I made one piece slightly larger than the other. While at the time I was a little bit upset at myself for not bringing a tape measure, this ended up working perfectly. I am not sure had it ended up in exactly half that we would have been able to get everything on the two sheets half sheets. We then cut out all the foam shapes and laid them out onto their respective bases to see what we ended up with. And the extra dune. The space shown is a 4' x 4' chunk of the game table, I think we did pretty good on not wasting the mdf. The bases without foam are not getting a full level, just a small ring around the edge and will represent the tar pits, mine and chem pool. The dunes were all attached to their bases with liquid nails, weighed down and left to dry for the night. That's where we are now, not too bad for one day really. We both had fun and he is already talking about getting a trukk and chopping it up to make it into a lower riding trukk to run over my grots...because I guess that is what I am playing again...probably, I like the little underdogs.
  21. Nothing too exciting, just yet another example of my tabletop painting. har har har... Sorry couldn't resist. But these were actually really quick. (I had remembered my wood formula by then. Of course I yet again didn't write it down, cause I always think, "I'll remember." )
  22. So my girlfriend and me finally got our big-elf-table (BAT). It is really big, so big in fact we had to get it in through the balcony... Unexpected. Now that it is inside though I had to christen it by building a dungeon! See below the results of my efforts! Some bits not fully painted (or at all, I am looking at you caverns). Most of my dwarvenforge is in there, though I have some bits leftover. Overview of the table Lair of the venom cult, summoning some snake thing! A waterhag, doing something with watery creatures (and her bat familiar) Entrance to the dungeon defended by tieflings with a summoned devil and fiendish centipedes Meanwhile it is on between a Otyugh and a swarm of rats A dwarven expedition holing up in the barracks. The king keeps an eye on the hallway, while the druid's bear companion keeps an eye on the king Undead rise up to stop an adventuring party A rustmonster that took a wrong turn A red dragon (and his hoard) lairs in the caverns, with his minions Adventurers versus kobolds and a troll in the main corridor A roper blending in with the cavern Beware: Giant ticks In the ice caves a frost troll attacks a ice witch and her frostworm The lava room with fire elementals and the fire giant queen Pirates, lounging in the store room A back entrance, defended by stone creatures
  23. This will be where I post my Frost Grave Terrain. First up will probably be an improvised fountain, made from a leftover plastic container and the water weird (77310) mini Also Dave Graffam's Tall Ruined Wall. I'll be doing that tomorrow with bristol board and going to the print shop to print some stuff in color. There's no Glue Stick so only priming and dry-fitting of the fountain
  24. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1536984495/egyptian-dungeon-game-tiles?ref=category_newest Lunesdargent Workshop is proud to introduce its first tabletop gaming tiles environment : Egyptian Dungeon Game Tiles. (D&D compatible)
  25. Perhaps I am not searching with good search terms, but I'm having trouble finding ways to deal with a figure breaking through a wall. I have some rough ideas and I'll be happy to document this as I go through it, but I was wondering if anyone knew of a tutorial or even finished pieces where a miniature was breaking through a wall. Mine will not be leading with a fist, it will be a full body and seeing how much debris I can make realistically expand outward on the other side. Currently I'm thinking a wooden wall, but may look at stone and wood as I go through this. Mainly I want the wood beam so I can slide a figure up and back to make it more dramatic... at least that's how it appears in my mind. Achieving that may be an entirely different experience.
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