Monday, 24 April 2017

Throwing down the gauntlet! - WiP 3

Hi all

and it progresses! the project is going well, so far I've made (and recorded) the basic tiles and the walls or at least some of them. So it's definitely time to get those tiles finished up :-)

I've got 9 tiles made up so far, covering 3x3 feet and as I've said they are just the basic layout without too much detail.  I have recorded the building of the sewer sections for you guys to see how i've put them together and how the board is developing and below is a pic or three of how the full tiles are looking.





here is the link to the YouTube video for the sewer sections.

https://youtu.be/t_mEQYo3O3M

So what's next then?  well firstly I'm going to build more walls, corners, junctions so that the bones of the dungeon take shape - all modular of course for as much variety as we can imagine.  But we need more than just walls and floors to populate a dungeon, so there are going to be bridges to cross the sewer, traps, altars, cells, new tiles with split levels, pipe work, statutes, treasure, lairs and other pieces to pick up and place at the whim of the DM. For 7TV2 and those TMNT dudes, there will be evil plots to foil, doomsday machines and all sorts of goodies to produce a fun filled evening or two!

hope you enjoy
dGG





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  1. {{{ For 7TV2 and those TMNT dudes, there will be evil plots to foil, doomsday machines and all sorts of goodies to produce a fun filled evening or two! }}}


    Niiiiiice. I r-e-a-l-l-y want to see this one when its up and ready.

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  2. Looks great already Andy, the additional pieces you mentioned will certainly add to it's versatility

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    1. I hope so buddy, your terrain piece that I got off you at Salute will look fab with these

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    2. Guessed the statue was going to add in, should look great with the rest

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  3. You're making good progress on this, Andy. It should look awesome when it's all finished.

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  4. Wow! that looks the business.

    Cheers Roger.

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  5. Looks great and I love the idea of the extra traps and bits and pieces.

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    1. Hopefully soon with those bits and pieces :-)

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  6. Lovely looking sewer tiles, Andy. Very impressive and inspiring work. Of course, you now need some semi-submerged alligators...

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    1. Oh man you're absolutely right Jez! Im pretty sure I saw some on the foundry website.

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    2. And now I've bought it......and some vultures......you bugger! ;-)

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  7. Looks sweet mate! Going to be some great looking games ahead for sure!

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  8. Very nice, skirmish games really benefit from some purpose built 3D terrain.

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    1. Definitely Jamie, I like to have that cinematic feel to the smaller games

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  9. Given the immense scope of this project it'll be interesting to see the modules you settel on doing.

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    1. I have a couple of things in mind Joe, then we'll see where it takes us :-)

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  10. Good Lord a VID on Utube and a Post as well..... I believe you may be spoiling us.

    As for Crocs have a look in Wilco's as well for toy animals. You may find an over sized one that with a quick repiant would scare the "bee-Jeezus" out of your players.

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    1. I like the sound of that Clint as I bought the submerged croc but baulked at the £8 for the land version

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  11. Excellent excellent excellent

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