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#48901
Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
Here's some of my custom made elements inside a Dwarven Forge made Dungeon.






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Last Edit: 2013/01/17 14:32 By BlackLotus.Reason: Pictures wrong size
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#48906
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
Yes!!!
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#48910
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
Love it, especially the table full of severed hands!
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#48915
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
BLACK LOTUS.....THESE ARE SOME NEAT PIECES....THEY REMIND ME OF OLD WORLD CERAMICS...WITH A CLEAR GLAZE FINISH....VERY WHIMSICAL. DID YOU MAKE THEM ALL FROM SCRATCH OR KITBASH? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!
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#48925
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
Yes, all the pieces are custom made from scratch. I felt that there weren't enough elements that could used with the Dwarven Forge sets; therefore, I began to create some of my own.

Each piece was originally sculpted in sculpy firm clay, and then replicated with Alumilite liquid plastic resin. I found an excellent primer that you could buy at your local hardware store called Glidden Gripper, which pretty much bonds to everything and it never comes off.

Unfortunately with sculpy, everthing I sculpt tends to have an organic look to it, and it is really hard to do anything with straight edges.

I do sell a few of my pieces in the local gaming shops, and I'm hoping that my pieces will enhance other Dwarven Forge sets that are out there.
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#48938
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 9 Months ago  
For non organics you should try different clay. "Brown Stuff" tends to be pretty tough. I would let it get harder, and then add the organics on top of it. Also you could try using pieces of wood or metal and sculpt things on top of them.

If your capable of working at that scale, most people aren't, then you just need to refine your techniques. A lot of the very early fantasy miniatures sculpts have that similar issue.
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#49263
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Here is another piece that I have Sculpted, it's call Alchemy of Horror. I'll submit a few more pictures of this piece when I have a bit more time to do so.
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#49264
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Okay, that stuff is great. I hope to see more of your work. Remind me never to play under you in a game. My Chars like their hands attached and not on tables.
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#49267
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
As promised, here are some more photos of my newest piece, The Alchemy of Horror.

This alchemy work bench has been constructed from the souls of the damned and it allows an alchemist to create new monstrous horrors to guard the dungeon.
Enjoy...


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#49288
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
That piece would look great in the Den of evil....
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#49315
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Stefan wrote:
That piece would look great in the Den of evil....


Thankyou for your comment Stefan, it's much appreciated...

I want to a jungle temple tile set just to see if I could do it, but I no longer have the time to work on such a huge project.
I would of drawn inspiration from both the Aztec and the jungle temples of Cambodia for this tile set project.
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#49476
Re:Dwarven Forge with some Custom Elements 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
Creepy! (In a good way)

Nice work!
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