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Isometric Cheat Sheet – Turn “flat” to Isometric in Vector Graphics

Posted by Dominic on November 19, 2017 in How-Tos |
isometric tree

Isometric views are a good way to represent something in a 3D fashion, especially if the object in question is actually flat or 2D. Creating a top-down or side view using vector graphics is not that hard. Creating isometric views, i.e. pretend you are looking at the scene from above at an angle, is much […]

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How to Build Paper Models – a Beginner’s Guide

Posted by Dominic on November 14, 2017 in How-Tos |

So you want to build paper models. Good choice. In this article, I will go through all the tools you need (there are not many) and the basic techniques used for building paper models, at least in the roleplaying realm. If you do not want to build paper models, check out why you should be […]

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You should use Visual Aids in your Roleplaying Games

Posted by Dominic on September 22, 2017 in How-Tos |

If you still think that the best place to have a roleplaying encounter is inside your head then I will wholeheartedly agree. Nothing can beat a good imagination when it comes to special effects and getting even the most minute detail just right. So what arguments can be made for visual aids?

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Simple LED Setup – LED there be Light

Posted by Dominic on July 4, 2011 in How-Tos |

This is something I recently cobbled together for my group, and maybe you can make use of the idea as well. For us, it all started with a mysterious ship from which emanated an eery blue light. I had the miniature already picked (a ghost beholder, but don’t nail me on the precise name) and […]

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