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Hey I was trying to research some good brands to print some medium and smaller minis for my games. I was wondering what brands you guys would recommend and have had good experiences with. I was looking into a smaller one. Thank you!
I wanted to show off our Spell Trackers for counting your level 1 through 9 spells slots! We design, cut and paint everything in our studio in Brighton, UK.
We designed the spell trackers using inspiration from the magical Beholder. With each level of spell slot being represented by the Beholder's eyestalks. And each eyestalk is a school of magic! An easy but also immersive way for mages to track their spells! These trackers have magnets in them to ensure a firm but easy rotation. Don't stare into the mirrored acrylic central eye for too long, you might just lose your powers!
What do you think?
We've also got some cool Health potion tokens of varying strength and a sweet mirrored acrylic Inspired token for our Bard friends!
Are there any tokens you guys think we should make that would be helpful for our next session?
If you were interested in nabbing some of our spell trackers or tokens for your next game here is a link to our store: https://buythesametoken.com/products/spell-tracker-dial-for-dungeons-dragons?variant=42471947468955
We have a discount code too for first time buyers on our store "TOKENGESTURE" will get you 10% off you're order :)
Has anyone tried doing an ocean scene on 1" foam board? I had an idea to use a rolling pin to try to make waves, but don't want to just go for it as it's my last large piece of foam board.
Two or three different card mats cut and mixed up provides a good bit of variety for the eye, no need to paint when nobody is looking that closely.
I made these based on what I've seen out in the wild.
For the monsters, there is an orange set, a red set, and a yellow set of monster tokens with numbers 1-20 on each set.
The reason I designed them this way is because I wanted to use them as a potential initiative tracker and to differentiate them I ranked them based on danger with red being a high threat, orange being a medium threat, and yellow being a low threat. This of course varies from encounter to encounter based on player level.
For the hero ones, I made blue so that they were the opposite palate of the monster tokens. I made them as little icons that can represent aspects of their character so players can easily tell which is theirs. Like "I'm the gun, you're the axe, and he's the eldritch eye."
To make these all you have to do is follow this tutorial:
Here's the link:
I hope you all like them!
I made TESTICLES! Flaming testicles!
Progress on my orrery dnd terrain piece. There's more detail on each of the album photos but I am happy to answer questions!
Floors come apart and are numbered for ease. Top roof will house an orrery that is currently drying and I'm impatiently waiting the next step. There's a lot more to do, but I'm really hoping to have it finished before the end of the month.
1st Prototype. Any suggestions?