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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 13 – Phlegethos – Scatter

I am pretty sure this will be my last post of 2021… other than my Hobby Year Book for 2021. And it does complete my Phlegethos gaming board to some extend. I still have some other scatter bits I want to create, but they mainly just expand the range of scatter below. Some of these […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 13 – Phlegethos – More tiles

I finished my Phlegethos board recently. The idea was to have a lavaboard with floating elements on top. And I was quite happy with it. In the process I decided to add tiles as it would give a hint of semi-civilised world plus both my players and I like tiles for tactical encounters. All good. […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 13 – Phlegethos

Our part ended the last campaign with a big win… but at a cost. One of the heroes paid 19% of her soul to use a Hellfire Cannon and that has opened up for a trip to hell in our next campaign. More specifically, I decided that the party will be exploring (and hopefully surviving) […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Neglected statue for dark corners of the multiverse

Professionally I work in design and if there is one thing I have learned over the years, is that what looks good and how long it takes to make isn’t always associated. This statue is a good example, this is super super easy to make. I used the following items: Winner Trophy from Tiger Marble […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Fossilised remains of a Titan

Inspired by Black Magic Craft’s Skull Stones, I found a cheap halloween skeleton in the local supermarket and I got the idea to turn it into the fossilised remains of a long lost race of Titans, who gave the name to “Titan Heights” the central mountain range in our current campaign. I tried to make […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 12 – Dungeons and more civilised places

Now that we are starting to settle in in Copenhagen, I thought it would be fun to start creating some bigger scenery pieces having been using UDT almost exclusively for last 18 months. And I did have an upcoming D&D session I wanted to run as a small classic dungeon crawl in a temple consisting […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Pile of Bodies and Bones

It is amazing what you can get our of some skeleton bits, hot glue, a bit of boredom and some imagination. Really pleased with this pile of bodies and bones. Here’s the final result. Further down are photos of how I did it. How to make your own pile Step 1: Cut some skeleton bits […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 11 – The Underdark terrain set made from cork table protectors

Inspired by this cool terrain tutorial I decided to make a small Underdark terrain set out of cork table protectors, glue and paint. This was fun, fast, easy and different to make. Normally I would never use these colour combos but frankly, crafting this terrain made me reminisce of the days when I was digging […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 10 – Mini set of snowy terrain

As our party has found themselves in the frozen Feywild, I’ve made a second Mini Snowy Terrain Set to complement the city one I made earlier. The set har 3 parts: A snowy UDT A set of frosen natural shapes A set of icy dungeon tiles. Snowy UDT (Ultimate Dungeon Terrain) Th Snowy UDT is […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Gaming board set 9 – Mini set of classic scenery

My wife and I have relocated to Stockholm until next spring. All my D&D stuff, scenery, miniatures etc, has been put in storage until we return to Denmark. However, our London gaming group has decided to start up playing online again so with that in mind, I needed to “restock” starting with a set of […]

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MEGA POST – My 2020 scenery!

I normally write summary posts at the end of the year, but since I’ve now packed away all my hobby stuff in preparation for moving back to Denmark after 21 years in London, I might as well just bite the bullet and publish what scenery I did make in 2020. There isn’t much compared to […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Pyre

This is an example of a freakishly fast built piece of scenery. Drying time aside, I probably spent 20 minutes building and painting it and it works!