To build a Dungeon

I would like to introduce the reader to a well known man from the United States, Bruce Hirst. Check out his website here! With the help of his molds I was able to create a pleasing Dungeon.

The very first step was to pour in some dental plaster into the molds.

The very first step was to pour in some dental plaster into the molds.

While the plaster  is getting hard it's a good idea to scratch of the material you won't need in the end. Keep in mind that this is best possible while the plaster is starting to dry but not yet completely hard. You need to check this out by yourself.

While the plaster is getting hard it’s a good idea to scratch of the material you won’t need in the end. Keep in mind that this is best possible while the plaster is starting to dry but not yet completely hard. You need to check this out by yourself.

Now that the Dungeontiles are dry and ready to remove from the mold I didn't had to sand their backs thanks to the abformentioned step.

Now that the Dungeontiles are dry and ready to remove from the mold I didn’t had to sand their backs thanks to the abformentioned step.

It is about time to get the tiles lined up and to glue them onto a piece of cork the size I would like to have a corridor or room.

It is about time to get the tiles lined up and to glue them onto a piece of cork the size I would like to have a corridor or room.

Now I added black acrylic primer.

Now I added black acrylic primer.

And here comes the finished version. On top you can see the card board tile from the WHQ box and below the now painted 3d-replica.

And here comes the finished version. On top you can see the card board tile from the WHQ box and below the now painted 3d-replica.

Here comes another example – two Dungeon rooms.

Here comes another example – two Dungeon rooms.

And last but not least – one of the objective rooms.

And last but not least – one of the objective rooms.

Comments ( 4 )
  1. Cracking job. Really like this. Enough to embark on my own 3D dungeon adventure!

    Could you tell me which moulds you ordered? They look amazing, Think I will order some!

    Good job!

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    • Thanks Alex, I appreciate it! These are the three molds I used so far:
      – Cracked Floor Tiles Mold #203
      – Cavern Floor Mold #281
      – Cavern Floor Accessories #282

      Regular Warhammer infantry bases (even the bigger bases like f.e. Orc infantry) are fitting good on the floor tiles. Just the monster bases (Ogres and the likes) are to big for them and are overlaping a bit. It’s still working with them though.

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  2. Amaizing work!!! I just discovered your blog. You inspire me.

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