Wednesday, 14 June 2017

demonic portal

Hi all

Continuing on with the making of terrain for our upcoming D&D campaign and to supplement my collection I have built a demonic portal! This piece or something similar has been sitting in my brain for some time, inspired by Dave Stone's awesome "dragon emerging from well" pieces and other cracking terrain online.  It had got to the point where I was getting antsy about NOT building it and I couldn't concentrate on uni work etc so I busted out the blue foam and the video camera and spent  40 minutes or so, excluding drying time in between and knocked out this....





As has been the theme for this project, I recorded the build rather than take pics so if you want to see how it goes together then check out the link below.  

hope you enjoy
dGG

28 comments:

  1. Looks fantastic Andy, and apologies for stopping you getting on with your Uni work, I shall sit in the corner in shame for the rest of the day ! Once I've posted up my latest piece to inspire on Facebook ( Think you'll like it, there's even a Bushido model in the picture)

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  2. Brilliant job Andy and it looks great in situ. Isn't it funny how certain projects can take over your thinking, I have now become comply side tracked on my 'Audrey II' build and just had to go and do it so I could return to the main project.

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    1. absolutely Michael, next project spiral staircases

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  3. bet your glad you stopped to find time to do it? This is a really nice addition to the rapidly growing dungeon.

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  4. I`m wondering what those runes say "HALF PRICE SALE AT BLUDGENS! --> THIS WAY!"

    lol, very nice piece of kit. Very nice bit of kit. Very nice indeed.

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  5. Excellent job Andy, and with those tentacles it wouldn't look out of place in a Cthulhu type game either!
    Top job.

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    1. There is a Cthulhu-esque quality to it Greg ;-)

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  6. That looks brilliant...sadly the link doesn't seem to be working (though it could just be me), though!

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    1. should be working now Gordon, thanks for watching or at least trying to

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  7. Awesome stuff, Andy. Very "Hellboy" as well as "D&D" imho. A great piece indeed :-)

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  8. Great looking piec4, well "Knocked out"

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  9. That looks awesome very useful for lots of different genres. I can see me using something like this for 7TV!

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  10. I`d happily add this to one of my tournament game tables. As Simon says, reminiscent of Hellboy as well as D&D.

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    1. Cheers T, glad you like the build ;-)

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