October 28, 2018 scrollmaster

Following the Woodland gaming board set, I decided to make a snow and ice set, mainly because I knew how to make it as I’ve made snow terrain back in the 90s when I played Warhammer 40.000. To save space, I made it on the opposite side of the Woodland set, but the scatter bits are vastly different… this has to do with A) I made the scenery for a a specific adventure in mind B) I find it boring making the same walls, hills etc for each theme. I feel each theme should have it’s own personality and the…

August 20, 2018 scrollmaster

When I started playing Dungeons & Dragons earlier this year, the first scenery things I made were a few simple, traditional dungeon corridors and rooms with square-tiled floors, each 5x 5 feet, for the first adventure.     But I also realised I needed something that would work for the outdoors encounters in the adventure and I wanted to make something that felt more open so I came up with the idea of using hexagon tiles for outside encounters to give the movement a slightly different and more free feel. And to take things to the extreme, I made the whole…