Added a gallery for the Village of Rake’s Corner that I am making for my local campaign. I will add future builds to this as I complete them and get images taken.
Most the buildings are and will be from Dave Graffam Models, but there will be a few from other sources (Fat Dragon, Lord ZseZse, Mystic Mountain Productions, etc).
So far, finished half the map on foamcore board. Need to do the other side of the river, then on to a ton of buildings. May wall it in, not decided yet, and am considering using a couple the shore tiles from Fat Dragon along with their port module to make an add-on for a river / lake / coastal village.
Continue reading “The Village of Rake’s Corner (In-Progress)”
I have a ton of paper models of buildings, mostly Fat Dragon games but also a fair number of Dave Graffam Models. Thinking of taking the DG ‘Rake’s Corner’ buildings, printing ground tiles and making a permanent village setup about the size of 1-2 pieces of foamcore board. Kinda torn between making buildings permanently attached to the ground or just using something to temporarily stick them in place. Anyone out there know of something that would stick two laser printed cardstock parts together enough to prevent sliding if bumped, but not tear up the printed surface?
Also thinking of taking the Fat Dragon Games Cemetery and making a more permanent installation. That is, the walls, gate and gravestones stay attached, but masoleums, chapels and other buildings can be rearranged to allow customization without requiring major upfront setup of the individual tombstones.
Suggestions? Comments? Anyone out there done something similar and how did it work out?
My party is actually THINKING of ways to streamline adventuring. To cut back on trips to town and enable them to use items they know are magic faster, they hired a sage (weekly salary plus a set cost/item). Makes a good gold sink. With that, they hired two guards….and where to put the hirelings? Bought an enclosed Wagon!
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Broke down and bought the cheap 3D printer (Anet A8) that I had been watching. 7 hours after I got the package, give or take, the kit was a full-on printer.
Continue reading “Soon…there will be 3D Terrain….”