This time in the realm of the dead themed terrain set, we are going to tackle some simple metal railed walls, using an easy to find and mostly free material, packaging foam. Sorry about the delay in the latest installment of Grim's Dungeons of Doom, I must say that I have been taken up with… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Realm of the Dead; Metal railed walls.
Hello everyone, it's me Grim. In my absence, I at least have been amassing a fair bit of material here to continue on with both this series and the blog. I hope you'll forgive my leave, but shit happens. So, it's been a while since posting the last dungeons of doom article. With that in… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Realm of the dead; Cemetery Gateway
Every self respecting cheesy stock fantasy dungeon environment needs barrels? Right? Well, in this part of Grim's Dungeons of Doom, I'm going to show you how to create whatever barrels you need for your games. Me personally if I had loads of spare cash to buy my terrain bits, I would get lots of them,… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Scraping the barrel, making mini barrels.
So, outside of the Grim's Dungeons of Doom tutorials, I think I needed to have yet another sub-set of brain fart articles to cover other aspects from time to time, so here is 4xD (which stands for Dungeon developments, discourse and dialogue) in which i'll be babbling on about my gameworld Plexus (which I wouldn't… Continue reading 4xD: But hey Mr Grim, I wanna’ game my dungeon in 15mm….
Back again with the next part of Grim's Dungeons of Doom, and more adventures in expanding foam, and how you can craft some decent scenics with this little used material. OK, for part three, we are going to deal with cavern features, mainly hazard pools and stalagmites. I've opted here to create pieces that illustrate… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Adventures in expanded foam, part 3; Cavern features
Before I begin with this weeks Grim's Dungeons of Doom article, I would say that it would have been sooner,rather than now, all down to SD formatting blues, and that I had to try and both find some lost pic files, and recreate a good few to make these next two parts! Many Bothan spies… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Adventures in expanded foam, part 2: Cavern Doorways and Corners
Welcome to another Dungeons of Doom article, my attempt to cover pretty much every aspect of a modular dungeon build for 28mm dungeon crawling skirmishes and RPG. Further along with the furnishings of my dungeon build, as promised I'm taking on the subject of more 28mm furniture this time in the form of beds. Every… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: You’ve made your bed, now stick it in your dungeon! Making 28mm beds!
Back again with more tiny furniture for your own Dungeons of Doom. This time we are going to tackle bookshelves. Again, this is not a hard thing to do, and does not require lots of time, money or effort. As well as the tables we talked about earlier, these beauties are ideal for showing off… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Need storage? Help yours(h)elf! Creating Mini Shelves.
Now I'm back off my recent holiday, I wanted to get back into the further adventures of fleshing out my dungeon creation. Since my last related post was the Free Books PDF, I wanted to show you how to make stuff that you can display your newly constructed pieces upon. This project is easy-peasy, really… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: The tables are turned (or constructed…)
Ok people! I thought long and hard about a decent way to tackle some material in this article series, and rather than the usual, I've opted for this. So, what is it? Well, I wanted to share with you how I made my books, scrolls and other small 28mm accessories for my mini dungeon,… Continue reading Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls & Maps Vol 1, Free PDF Download!