Supports for 3D dungeon

Nothing more boring than building a one floor dungeon. As it takes hours and days to print and paint pieces, using those precious bits of plastic to obtain elevations was not satisfying. And all these walls used as supports cannot longer be used to enlarge the dungeons. It seemed more convenient to quickly print flat … Continue reading Supports for 3D dungeon

Forgotten (wine) Cave

Brace yourself, spring is coming! With cold and snow. Time to stay near the fireplace, and listen to old tales about dices and lead adventures. Once upon a time (about two hours ago), there was a dark dungeon infested by Orcs and skeletons.... While centuries were flowing like a river, walls were printed and painted in the … Continue reading Forgotten (wine) Cave

Dungeon Adventurers

Some recent paintings, in 28mm. Bad sight - as the years go passing by... Mostly block painting with some lighter colors added.  Some soldiers, ready to die horribly explore wonderful places. A mix of  fantasy Frostgrave and historical Fireforge miniatures. Shields decorations are totally unhistorical, maybe... Barbarian and soldier from Frostgrave. A bunch of sympathetic librarian. … Continue reading Dungeon Adventurers

A Diet for a Fat Dragon

After a hard month of work for the printer, and an even more hard work for the brushes, here is the replacement of my old Hirst Art plaster dungeon. Lighter (2 kg against 20kg) with clips that allow rooms and corridor to be assembled separately, then put on the table when needed. Printed with 200 micron … Continue reading A Diet for a Fat Dragon