Post by godofrandomness on Aug 20, 2017 21:37:30 GMT -9
So I currently am looking for some dungeon decorations to build some dungeon crawls for a potential dnd 5e campaign I want to do at some point. I know there's various 3d dungeon furniture pieces out there, but there's something about putting more dimensions into the set pieces than the minis that always seems off. I'm also not a fan of the flat token style furniture for not having enough dimension. I guess the best way to describe what I am looking for paper mini versions of stuff.
The only thing I have thus far is various treasure chests and doors. Does anyone have any recommendations?
"The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed." - Stephen King, The Dark Tower I - The Gunslinger
If you're looking for flat stand up pieces, then this is a perfect first project for learning GIMP or PS. Find a front and back from a 3D bookcase, learn how to cut it out and apply a black edge, then print!
Post by cowboyleland on Aug 30, 2017 18:14:50 GMT -9
I once tried using the sheer tool in gimp to make "tiles" that showed both the top and the front of book shelves etc. I can't find it now. At least they wouldn't out-dimension paper figs. Of course you could make 3d paper figs