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new dungeon terrain


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Cheliax

I created some new dungeon terrain utilizing some new molds and some updated painting techniques.

let me know what you think....

example 1 youtube link.

example 2 youtube link.

pics of dungeon brokedown final link.

Hopefully this dungeon doesn't look quite so dark and ominous as my last design.

this one will most likely be sold to expand my growing miniature collection.I really enjoyed building this set and hopefully it shows..


How much are you looking to sell it for?

Cheliax

KTFish7 wrote:
How much are you looking to sell it for?

i will most likely sell it locally. But if intrested shoot me an email at onelongaddress@gmail.com

Qadira

Looks good. I love the fieldstone molds, great stuff to paint. I have those molds also and love mixing egyptian, fieldstone, gothic, and the wood ones. Why didn't you base the pieces? Going bare to the table I find is usually a bad idea. I usually base them on either foam insulation sheets 1" thick or at minimum some felt, just to reduce wear and tear.


Very nice wellsmv. I'm way behind you on this stuff. :) I am currently working on an underground cavern...

How much hydrostone or plaster have you gone through so far?


Careful trying to sell anything made from HirstArts. Bruce is a great guy, but his fans are rabid and angry. They track down anybody trying to sell anything made from his moulds and report it to him, and if you have not contact him for licensing, then there is trouble.

Of course, you can sell anything you have used as a used item without asking for licensing. But if you are intentionally building for the purpose of selling, you'd better contact Bruce first.

Cheliax

fake healer- I have always followed bruce's directions which include using cereal box cardboard or basing on a similar thin material. I have created some foam plates to put under any area that i want to appear raised,but personally I detest the look of pieces based on foam.(I'm picky)

Bruunwald- as per Bruce's site you are allowed to sell your cast pieces but you are not allowed to reproduce his molds.

this is what it says under bruce's legal statement=

This says that hobbyists can build and sell finished models made from my pieces. No one is allowed to sell molds made from my pieces.
However, if you sell over $1,000 worth of models in a year, then you need a license agreement to do it legally. All business must have a license agreement no matter how much they sell. Making and selling building kits which use the blocks falls under the category of being a business.

http://www.hirstarts.com/legal/legal.html

Adamantine Dragon - I think in the past year i have used about 100lbs of hydrostone. But that includes a rather large dungeon I made for my brother.I think there may be a cavern set in the works soon also.


I've got about forty pounds of cast blocks, but most of them are still in bins. I've developed a bit of builders block because as soon as I make something, I run out of blocks and have to cast more... So lately I've been dry fitting some stuff to see how it looks, but I haven't actually glued anything all together except a bridge, a tower and a fountain.

My second 50 pound bag of hydrostone is in the garage, I'm probably opening it this weekend...

Sheesh, like I needed another expensive hobby.

I just bought another five molds from Bruce... It's like crack, man.

Cheliax

Adamantine Dragon wrote:

I've got about forty pounds of cast blocks, but most of them are still in bins. I've developed a bit of builders block because as soon as I make something, I run out of blocks and have to cast more... So lately I've been dry fitting some stuff to see how it looks, but I haven't actually glued anything all together except a bridge, a tower and a fountain.

My second 50 pound bag of hydrostone is in the garage, I'm probably opening it this weekend...

Sheesh, like I needed another expensive hobby.

I just bought another five molds from Bruc

e... It's like crack, man.

yes it is.

Grand Lodge

wellsmv wrote:
Adamantine Dragon wrote:

I've got about forty pounds of cast blocks, but most of them are still in bins. I've developed a bit of builders block because as soon as I make something, I run out of blocks and have to cast more... So lately I've been dry fitting some stuff to see how it looks, but I haven't actually glued anything all together except a bridge, a tower and a fountain.

My second 50 pound bag of hydrostone is in the garage, I'm probably opening it this weekend...

Sheesh, like I needed another expensive hobby.

I just bought another five molds from Bruc

e... It's like crack, man.

yes it is.

Indeed it is. I also just purchased a few more molds waiting for the Inn/Tavern mold.

Makes 17 so far. Sheesh.

I wonder if my Merlins Magic is still viable. Its been months since I cast anything.

Qadira

Ravenbow wrote:
wellsmv wrote:
Adamantine Dragon wrote:

I've got about forty pounds of cast blocks, but most of them are still in bins. I've developed a bit of builders block because as soon as I make something, I run out of blocks and have to cast more... So lately I've been dry fitting some stuff to see how it looks, but I haven't actually glued anything all together except a bridge, a tower and a fountain.

My second 50 pound bag of hydrostone is in the garage, I'm probably opening it this weekend...

Sheesh, like I needed another expensive hobby.

I just bought another five molds from Bruc

e... It's like crack, man.

yes it is.

Indeed it is. I also just purchased a few more molds waiting for the Inn/Tavern mold.

Makes 17 so far. Sheesh.

I wonder if my Merlins Magic is still viable. Its been months since I cast anything.

I use Merlin's Magic and I keep it stored in a large plastic storage bin...no problems with it ever, even after not using it for 6+ months. I think as long as you don't get it moist you are fine(storing in a damp basement would probably be a Bad Thing).


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Those look really good!

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