I wasn’t completely satisfied how my paper craft shipping container came out. I thought I could probably do better terrain with cardboard and acrylic paints.
That is when Scotty’s awesome DIY 3D Ruins from Cardboard Miniature Terrain gave me some much needed inspiration. Shortly there after I set off on constructing my own scene out of a cardboard box.
I managed to constructer 8 pieces in just a couple of days using basic craft supplies:
I have to say, I absolutely love how these pieces came out! I can’t wait to get them on the table for some Star Wars Legion with my son.
Check out more images at Imgur.
I’ve been wanting to play some Star Wars Legion, but don’t have a lot of large terrain to make the matches interesting. Thats when I noticed a had a large pile of cardboard boxes laying in the corner.
I originally thought about create structure from this cardboard and painting them, but then I got an idea, why not print out artwork and textures and glue it to the card board.
The project came out decent, plus I didn’t need to purchase anything. I had everything I needed on hand.
Grab some of the amazing art work over at TopoSolitario and craft up your own terrain!
Lately, I’ve been playing a bit of The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game by Fantasy Flight. The game is seriously fun and quite strategic.
Like most strategy games, there is a lot of token and phase tracking, something I thought could be easier with a simple web application!
Introducing LotR TCG Tracker!
After seeing a lot of people in the community building either digital tables or boxes I decided to give it a shoot.
A couple of 1×6 and hardware from the local bulk store, and an affordable Insignia 32-inch 720p HD Smart LED TV from Amazon.
After picking up D&D Dungeons & Dragons – Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica I quickly realized how easy it would be to use Magic Inspiration for the Ravnica setting.
This application’s source code can be found on my Github.