Started 4 years ago (2017-04-03T06:00:00Z). Goes forever.
Craft something for you RPG Games (Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, etc)
Dungeon Tiles, Treasure Chests, Doors, Minis, etc
This streak is to help make your tabletop games more visually interesting.
I am playing with a new group playing ICRPG and decided to play a female small folk monk.
I decided to 3d print and paint the closes thing I could find to my character. (A Male Halfling Monk). I then tried to paint it to look more like a female. (She uses the spell "Iron Fist" to make her unarmed attacks stronger, so I added that to the mini as well)
Not perfect, but close enough.
I was looking for a cool castle tower plan online that could be taken apart and you could go into each room/floor. I didn't find any like I wanted so I started working on my own. Starting with a tower.
Then I got a little annoyed that it's not finished yet, so I created a few gelatinous cubes, just for that feeling of accomplishment.
Hopefully I can paint the tower within the next week or so.
For the last couple of weeks I have been working on double sided tiles. Wood on one side, and stone on the other. (See pics below)
I realized I estimated the time incorrectly on making them, especially with how many I made. Which is why it took weeks and weeks to finally finish them.
But they are finally done. And I like the result, we will start using them in our game tomorrow.
Next project wont be so big, I think. :)
This took a while, I even bought a foam cutter to make the shingles.
I used a black wash on it to make it look more weathered, but I think it took away some of my dry brushing details. Maybe it was just too dark? I'm not sure, I'm new to washes.
It's nice though, I like it.
Now to figure out how it should go into my game. :)