From his remote tower, The Silent Sorcerer sends forth nonsensical artwork and useless gaming tools. He also likes to discuss RPGs, boardgames, miniatures painting, writing, movies, books, and whatever else strikes his fancy. Mostly though, his goal is to provide fun and goofy things to inspire others in their games. Enjoy!
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
In truth, most of my terrain is dungeon oriented. I guess I'm just an old dungeoneer at heart, but I decided to make some trees, in case some bandits might need to hide behind them at the dungeon entrance. I used a piece of 1/4 inch plywood and rounded the corners off so that it would have a little height on the table. I used model railroad trees with the based removed. This allowed me to attach them by drilling holes in the plywood and using a little JB Weld. Then I coated the surface with wood glue and very corse sand and stones that I got from the lawn and garden store. In a moment of madness, I painted the stones (nature's not good enough for me, I guess) and then did another round of wood glue to attach the flocking. In the end, I don't think that it's too bad for a first attempt for an afternoon's work, but I think that I'm better at making dungeon pieces. :-)