Gepubliceerd: 27 december 2021 Hits: 125
When Prosp&Beyond announced their Props Print&Paint contest I knew I just had to enter. I never participate in miniature painting contests because I lack a lot of skills (mainly the skill of patience) to paint a mini properly, but props, that makes my cookie crumble!
I can only enter 1 prop, so I had to choose and that was really hard for me given that I really like props, and there are a lot of them from the kickstarter and the tribe.
Fortunately I have awesome players and one of them had a great idea: put a genie in the bottle!
Gepubliceerd: 24 december 2021 Hits: 99
It has been a while since I last wrote anything, but I have not spent those months doing nothing. I have been working a lot, got a new job that starts in january and printed a lot of stuff for my tabletop rpg's. I also backed some kickstarters, got loads of files from those, subscribed to some 3d stuff and got more files from that.
Right now I have so many things I could print and paint that it will probably last me... well, very long. I have so many things to print and only 1 printer!
Gepubliceerd: 27 mei 2021 Hits: 393
I have a love for mazes and labyrinths. (Yes, there is a difference between those two, I googled it.) I think they are great to use in tabletop rpg’s, and I think I use them not enough.
Most dungeons are maze-like, but the Real Deal is of course the hedge maze. It looks so innocent, idyllic even, but it can contain so much nastyness. That is why I needed hedge maze tiles for my Meadow tiles set, I have plans. I need 3d dungeon tiles for those plans because I want my players to have their little mini-adventurers wonder around (and get lost in) a table filled with an awesome maze!
Gepubliceerd: 29 april 2021 Hits: 350
My mind is always full of ideas; some are popping up and leaving because they were not good to start with, and others keep bubbling in my brain untill they are done and then I start doing something with them. Occasionally I have ideas that I like so much that I start doing something with them before they are done bubbling, but that hardly ever ends well. And some ideas need to stew for a very, very long time before I got to the point where they become usable.
I am going to be busy with my meadow tiles and painting loads of other thing, but I am also working on 2 ideas that have at long last left the bubbly phase. Both took a long time to develop in my mind because both are complicated; a revolving labyrinth and the possibility to make vertical dungeons with our hexagonal tiles.