I recently found myself inspired by a video from Bobby Duke where he carves a stone. This was something that frankly has never even occured to me, and I wanted to find a way to make use of it. Enter Campaign Coins, a series of coins from different metals (or… Continue Reading Coin Stone – Stone Carving Project for Campaign Coins
Magic is great, as long as you stay in controle. Spell scrolls always come with the risk of losing that controle. In order to stay safe, I made a spellbook for the spell scrolls from Skeleton Key Games‘ first and second level Kickstarter. It was a long and tedious project,… Continue Reading Spellbook from Scrolls
This eyestalk trophy is a great conversation starter. Furthermore, it is a badge of honor for intrepid adventurers everywhere. It is also the first proper sewing project for me, and also the first proper roleplaying inspired project. Check out the video below and let me know what you think. If… Continue Reading Eyestalk Trophy – A roleplaying Prop from Felt
If you ever have to sign something like a demonic contract or a tax review, this is the recommended writing implement to do so. The blood quill allows you to impress devils and necromancers alike, and no harm done! Let me know what you think! This is somewhat in line… Continue Reading The Blood Quill – a mostly harmless Roleplaying Effect
Roleplaying miniatures are at the center of the second video in the “What have I done?”-series, where I show you some of the miniatures I made to illustrate our roleplaying adventures. I have used a number of different techniques here, and I hope you can draw ideas from at least… Continue Reading Roleplaying Miniatures – What have I done?
This video about roleplaying props is the first in a series, showing some of the stuff I made before I started with videos. I made them as props for our tabletop roleplaying games, either to be used as character pieces or as trophies from the battles we fought. If you want… Continue Reading Roleplaying Props – What have I done Series