Sunday, 17 February 2013

Dungeon Furniture

 My Hirst Arts dungeon needs furniture to provide extra character - and additional places to search for treasure!  Most of the furniture has been made from balsa scraps.  In some cases I engrave plank lines with a pencil (see tables).  Painting is usually with Insribe acrylic burnt umber with taupe drybrushed highlights to try and give a well-aged Oak appearance.

The bookcase - I have 2 of these, now they just need books!

A bed with modelling clay pillow and furs.

I'm particularly pleased with the way the fur turned out.

A more civilised bed with a blanket.

Barrels carved from balsa with paper hoops.

Chairs - a bit fiddly to make!

Table and benches.  I have lots of these.

Table using Hirst Arts block and balsa (as suggested by Bruce himself)

Stairs.  Not exactly furniture but they can be moved between rooms.

Woo-hoo!  Just realised this was my 200th post!  Thanks to everyone who reads my random ramblings, it's good to feel like I'm part of a larger community of gamers and I'm glad if anyone can find inspiration from my blog in the same way that I am inspired by so many others!

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