Well I couldn’t put It any simpler. I am running a Dungeons & Dragons #4E game on February the 4th In Nottingham, here In the UK.
Role-Players love the visual. If you can achieve that without props then that’s some great description but from time to time in any #RPG be it Star wars or Call of Cthulhu then show them something and it will make your life as a GM (Game Master) that much more fun for you and your players. So roll them dice and let’s get on with what i have created.
So I took It upon myself to try my hand again at 3D terrain for the game. so here Is what I’ve done.
view here is just a plain block of polystyrene taken from and packed items I had received in the past and kept.
Texture is added with heat
Texture is added by using a heat source. I heated a paint scraper and applied that to the surface.
paint is added in stages
At this point I am now adding paint. I used acrylic. First cover the surface with a black as shown close to the camera. then a layer of, In this case a brown then brushed over lightly with a dry brush with beige.
Four stages anti-clockwise.
Here together are the Four block stages.
Here, a view down to the door at the end.
And finally a view to the door created with the same techniques. Well what do you think?