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Is anyone aware of a 1 inch dungeon tile that looks like stairs going down?  I’m using hirst arts molds and I’m not seeing anything on their site. Additional searches haven’t turned up much. 

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50 minutes ago, tpugmire said:

Is anyone aware of a 1 inch dungeon tile that looks like stairs going down?  I’m using hirst arts molds and I’m not seeing anything on their site. Additional searches haven’t turned up much. 

 

Scotia Grendel seems to have some

 

Spiral Staircase

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43 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Scotia Grendel seems to have some

 

Spiral Staircase

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Not exactly what I meant, but thanks for the reply. The only thing I’ve seen that is close is this from Fat Dragon Games, but it’s a 2 inch tile. 

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You could easily make something like that out of 2mm EVA foam craft sheets (~99¢ at most big-chain hobby stores).  Just cut a 1” square piece, then a 1” x 3/4” piece, then a 1” x 1/2” piece, and a 1” x 1/4” piece, and stack them on top of each other. 
 

Texture them to look like stone by crumpling aluminum foil, flattening it back out, then place the foil on top of the foam, and press a clothes iron, on medium heat, down onto it for about 10 seconds. Do this before assembling the layers on top of one another. 
 

If your dungeon tiles are thicker than ~10 mm, then you could make the bottom layer a 1” square of 6mm craft foam (also ~$1 at craft stores).

 

I whipped up something similar last minute one time with cereal box card stock. It was super thin because it was intended to be used on a flat table top battle mat, but it at least shows the idea as far as construction. 
 

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Here are a few photos of some of my past EVA foam projects, to give you an idea of the texture you can get with crumpled foil and an iron. 
 

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