DIY Dungeon & Dragons Terrain

I’ve been spending a lot of time watching Terrain building on Youtube, and Black Magic Craft has some bad ass videos!

Following one of his earlier video’s I set out to make myself some realistic foam Dungeon Tiles:

I decided to go all in and grabbed myself a Proxxon 37080 Hot Wire Cutter. This table makes cutting the base foam, and the 1×1 grid lines a breeze:

After all those cuts I went to texturing using a rolled up ball of Aluminum foil, this step really adds a ton of character to the piece:

Just like Jeremy suggest I coat every piece in black acrylic paint & Mod Podge,
the protection and extra weight is really nice:

A couple hours of painting later I had myself a set of Dungeon Tiles, all that was left was to setup a dungeon and place some 3D prints to see if my hard work paid off:

At this point I was hyped I set out on print some more scatter terrain. Thingiverse is a great resource, and I’ve really enjoyed Curufin’s (Ryan Beasecker) 28mm models.

I do all my 3D printing on an entry level FlashForge Finder, this tend to work great for my use cases.

Curse of Strahd Miniatures

Like many others in the community I’ve been playing Curse of Strahd: A Dungeons & Dragons Sourcebook, and like others I’ve decided to 3D Print & paint a few of the miniatures you will meet throughout the introductory session Death House.

All minicatures were printed on a FlashForge Finder 3D Printer with default settings.

The models I used were downloaded from Thingiverse, and are all amazing; shout out to the gracious creators for sharing their work (see links below):