D&D – Raised playing area.

Made a quick raised playing area for tonight’s D&D session. So I can test playing- / player space and line of sight from players, before making something fancy 😛

D&D crafting – Dungeon Stone Tiles

Square tile sizes: one 12×12”, one 9×9”, four 6×6”, fifteen 3×3”, two 2×6″, four 2×3″, and five 2×1″.
Corners: eight straight corners (triangles), eight rounded corners, and eight half size rounded corners.

I used inspiration from Black Magic Craft’s build:

But added a few of my own sizes and corners to my collection. My tiles are 2 cm thick, only because the foam boards I buy are 4 cm.

I'm struck with the crafting bug! :D

Finally getting ready to paint my Khorne daemons. But with D&D coming up this weekend, and skulls still in the mail.So woke up early this morning wanting to start crafting terrain again.
I’m a big fan of the terrain Black Magic Craft produces, and plan on crafting these:
1. Dungeon Tiles

2. Dungeon Stackers

4. Pillars

5. Dungeon Tile Stairs (going down)

5. Modular Ruined Walls (need to finish this)

It’s a big project, but I’m looking forward to it 🙂

Torturing myself removing old (tiny bases) -_-

So why do I do this to myself? Especially when it’s not against the rules to play with smaller bases, if that’s what the models were supplied with when bought?

32mm base vs. 20mm base

Not only do the bigger bases look better, not having the feet sticking out over the rim. But the bigger bases also provide much better balance to to models, and keeps them from falling over all the time when moving in games… which is VERY annoying when moving 30 Orks or 20 Bloodletters with big swords and banners!

Guess I’m kinda forced myself into getting these done, if I want to play next game lol

PS. That’s the “Trapped under plastic” podcast in the background, making my suffering manageable 🙂 It’s an awesome podcast, and you should give it a listen!

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