Gloomhaven 3d

Gloomhaven 3d

jacques
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July 11th, 2018, 11:04 am #1

Glory to Bruce!  😇
His latest molds, created especially for Gloomhaven, are a total success! 

One of my friends seemed very interested in having the 3d terrain for this game. 
Also, after a few days of work, the result is there! 

Thank you Bruce, you have done a wonderful job and surely many satisfied people. 

A part of the hexes for the grounds


Just to see one of my swashbuckler on the tile...


The same figurine on the hexes...


Another try... I can't wait ...


With the first layer of black paint :


One of the wall (not originaly in Bruce's design) :


With some paint...


First batch :


Some other walls :


Other tiles...


Walls...


Sometimes, you need some loots !


With a good cardboard glue under (2mm) :




All the walls, doors and one hex tiles are in 3 box for 8,5 kg !!!


First one :


Second one :


and third one :


And all the big tiles(30 of them) went in 2 big boxes  (for 12,5 kg) :




For exemple :



Again, Thank you very much Bruce.


Jacques, very happy !
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July 11th, 2018, 11:13 am #2

Well done Jacques, well painted, organised & completed! Big projects need a lot of dedication, your mini's look beautiful too.
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July 12th, 2018, 8:03 am #3

Thank Sveamore! 
I "love" big projects... Many hours of work... but many, many hours of pleasure ! 😉

Jacques
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July 13th, 2018, 2:57 am #4

Nice ! I like the way you have separated the big tiles in the boxe. Are they magnetised ? I see one gluing magicaly to the separator.
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July 13th, 2018, 5:19 am #5

Hey Marell le Fou,

No, they are not magnetised. Only a cardboard of 2mm glued under each tile. 
The tiles are separated by fairly thin sheets of cardboard with the reference tile, and at the bottom I put the foam to avoid damaging if the tiles are put a little dry in the box !

Jacques
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July 18th, 2018, 4:35 am #6

This looks great!  I have only played Gloomhaven once and really liked the mechanics.  When I saw Bruce's molds, I was really hoping that my gaming group was going to take off with it so I could make the set.  Unfortunately it didn't go that way.  Another friend who lives across the country plays with his group and I hinted that I would be willing to make the set for him if he bought me the molds, but he didn't take the bait. It's probably for the best since I think it would cost two hundred dollars to ship. 

Did you say that it only took you a couple of days?  That's really fast for that much casting and your paint job looks like you took a lot of time with it.  If I ever do make this set, I will definitely reverence your pictures.
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July 18th, 2018, 6:03 am #7

Thanks Roga Danar.

No, I said : "...a few days..." 😉.  In fact, it took me seven full days of casting and gluing and painting... but I am retired and have nearly all the time I want 😇.

Jacques
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