3D Encounter Sets

 Posted by on August 24, 2010  3D Terrain  Add comments
Aug 242010
 

I was inspired by our web-master’s recent set of pics so I thought I would add a few of my own.  Most of these came from my last Dungeons & Dragons campaign, Dark Legacy.  Enjoy.

The heroes' first battle for Fort Griffin!

The taking of Cinderhill Dam.

The village of Dusk, somewhere in the Shadowfell.

Pirates!

Another shot of Fort Griffin.

The heroes enter Dusk.

John Lewis

John Lewis started roleplaying back in 1983 with the ‘old blue box’ edition of Dungeons & Dragons. He has played and/or gamemastered more games than he cares to admit, or can even remember! Currently he spends the vast majority of his game time running a Warhammer Fantasy Roleplaying campaign. John's next project is to convert the Warhammer 40,000 RPG's (Dark Heresy, Deathwatch, Rogue Trader) to Strands of FATE. He is also an avid miniatures painter and wargamer and enjoys a variety of different boardgames.

  3 Responses to “3D Encounter Sets”

  1. Wow. Those are some pretty nice set ups. Is Cinder Hill Dam just foam board?

  2. Foam board and a few wooden dowels. I use a hot glue gun because it really allows you to throw something together really quickly (no drying time). When I can build a piece in an hour or two I don’t mind only using it once and tossing it. On the other hand if the location is in a place that will be continually reappearing that I take a little more time, like with Fort Griffin.

  3. BAD ASSNESS

    Stuffer Shack, you have humbled me.

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