We’re still making this prison cell bench using Cheetah3D, and we’re getting somewhere I think. This object should not only look good in 2D but in 3D too.
I need some worn prison wall mounted benches for the upcoming adventure Heart Of The Gods – Part III and I didn’t have any, and I might need it both for top down map views, but also for a 3D handout view.
One thing I felt I needed was a tin hat or tommy helmet, the traditional British WWII helmet. So instead of buying one, I decided to make one.
I admit, I got one when I bought that great Webley that Nurse Ann has, but that is another story.
Today we will do something really awesome cool. Do you remember when we made some swamp bogs? Now, when I’ve decided I’ve need some natural water edges and not only stone paved docks for The Neverending Docks, I realized that I need water edges that can tile, for 1, 3 and 6 inches wide map pieces. I tried to make this manually, but failed hard, so them when I thought of a solution, I remembered goo old ImageSynth, so here is the How to using ImageSynth and OmniGraffle.
So, I’m trying to replicate greytale’s great metal box, and yesterday I made two attempts and neither really had the awesomeness that greytale’s metal bos has.
Today, I’m gonna make some stuff that goes with the Cider Maker that ProBono at the Dundjinni forum made. Some readers might remember the flagons I made for that item, and that I made some new flagons rather recently.
So, I’m working on the adventure The heart of gods – part three, and I need some interesting marshes or swamps. (Yes, you have it on you map players, Great Marshes or did you miss that?)
More stoves and kitchen items today. This is fun, as it is pretty easy to do, and looks good too.
Today, we’re gonna populate section A of the never ending tavern with furniture, this will be interesting. As any longtime reader will know, I have done a few taverns, so I have a nice collection of tables and bars, but there is always room for more variations.
Grainbags, yeah I remember. That was a tough challenge I gave myself, but here we go.