Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls and maps Volume 2, now available on Wargame vault!

19 Mar

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Well, long time no see!! Yes, finally I’m back after a break to bring you more articles and stuff. Did ya miss me? Probably not, but never mind!

I just wanted to let you know that you can get the next volume in the Books, Scrolls and maps series of PDFs over on Wargame Vault (and its associated sister sites) Volume 2 includes new books and items for your 28mm games and projects, and is available as a Pay what you want title, so even if you can’t afford it, you can still download a copy. If your feeling generous any donations would be very welcome and will certainly prompt more future editions to the range.

There are several PDFs in development, including some Apocalypse 28mm titles and the third Dungeons of Doom title in the series, The grand Library, which will include a whole load of furniture, varying book shelves (including a quite nifty empty bookcase to add your books to!)

If you like the sound of getting your hands on Volume 2, check it out here: http://www.wargamevault.com/product/177973/Grims-Dungeons-of-Doom-Books-Scrolls-and-Maps-Vol-2?manufacturers_id=8807 or check out the other Grinning Skull tat over there too!

I’ll be back soon with more articles, nonsense and possibly the odd video….

Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Modular Scooby-Doo-esque wooden stairs…

4 Jan

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Well, I hope that the new year is treating you all well, and that you enjoyed your festivities. I’m back with another Grim’s Dungeons of Doom article/tutorial this time dealing with some rickety old wooden stairs to connect your upper levels and platform risers to the rest of your other components we’ve already dealt with. Continue reading

Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Rising up, Easy level Riser tiles for your set up!

5 Dec

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Today’s Grim’s Dungeons of Doom tutorial is another dead easy one, level riser tiles to elevate your dungeon to a higher level! These simple to make tiles will add an extra dimension to your set ups, and will create much more options when making your set-ups.

All you’ll need for this structural addition to your dungeon set up is some cardboard boxes, cereal box card, other assorted discarded boxes, glue, textured wallpaper, lollypopsticks or other wooden type sticks (both optional), plus paint for undercoat and finishing. Continue reading

Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Dem bones, Dem bones: Bone Pile Respawner Markers

3 Dec

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In this edition of Grim’s Dungeons of Doom, we are going to deal with the creation of bone piles for our mini dungeon. These can be used as debris or even better (as I plan on doing) as undead respawn markers. Every respectable dungeon should have a few of these to warn those pesky adventurer types, just how they might end up by delving too deep within it’s tunnels…

This is a dead easy and quick make, and will get you some nice looking pieces for really minimal effort.  Continue reading

Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Tavern Tales: Raising the bar! Making a Tavern bar!

29 Nov

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Well, here I am again, with a later than  scheduled terrain making post, I know it’s been a while, but haven’t had much chance to do much with a PC for what seems like ages.

So, while not fitting the whole dungeon theme entirely, we kick off this belated Grim’s Dungeons of Doom article with a set piece that is ever present in stock fantasy games, The Tavern bar. This’ll be first in a series detailing how to turn your modular dungeon scenics into more than just an underground lair, and lets you turn the system into a viable way to simulate entire buildings and interiors. These new pieces need no more skills or techniques other than what I’ve already shown you, and we’ll refer to other articles in the series for the “how to’s” to specific parts of the build.

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