PAINTING MY DWARVEN FORGE TILES

Last year, my awesome wife gave me a huge box of Dwarven Forge tiles from the Kickstarter. She got me five sets plus all the extras that came with it. That’s a lot of stuff!

I’ve been collecting Dwarven Forge terrain for awhile now. I have two Cavern Sets, 3 Ogre Dens, 2 Room & Passage sets, 2 Classic Dungeon Room sets, 1 Fantasy Floor set, 1 Wicked Editions set, 1 Wicked Editions #2 set, 1 Narrow Passage set, 2 Octagonal Room sets and 1 Sci-Fi Alpha Expansion set. I also ordered four sets of the six piece 6″ x 6″ floors.

The Zombies were a challenge for all of the Heroes despite their amazing Sentinel rules.

But the cool thing about these Kickstarter tiles is the fact that they are made of a material that is nearly impossible to break. And that’s awesome seeing that I have a two year old who loves puzzles and really, really likes to play with my Dwarven Forge stuff.

So I started paiting them this weekend. I have finished 40 pieces. The awesome part is there’s so many more to go.

Left to Right: Unpatined black, Drybrushed with Gray, and then Dryburshed with Gray and Brown.
Left to Right: Unpatined black, Drybrushed with Gray, and then Dryburshed with Gray and Brown with blood drops.
Green Devil Door
Green Devil Door
Pillars, still a Work in Progress, left one is unpainted. Right one is drybrushed with Gray.
Pillars, still a Work in Progress, left one is unpainted. Right one is drybrushed with Gray and Brown.
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Two half-walls and a pedestal. Basecoated with Gray, dryburshed with Brown and then Bone.

 

 

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