In this video we demonstrate some effective techniques and tips you can use when assembling modular ruins using Murder Row. The same technique will apply for many of the other Shadowfey Ruins. Remember to take care when using superglue and other hazardous materials.
Using a Crème Brulee torch to heat models you can carefully re-shape and bend your prints! In this video we used the Feywild Shrine from the Shadowfey Wilds Kickstarter. This was done with PLA filament on an FDM printer. We do not recommend this technique with other types of filament or resin prints.
We have had several requests for a how-to-use clear-resin water effect, so here is a painting guide on how to make awesome-looking water using the Wild Rivers. For the bank, rocks and bushes we have followed the techniques in the Dragons Graveyard (rocks and ground) and Ruined Church (foliage). A major technique that was used… Read more
Here you can find diagrams for assembling the gloomy gully trees. https://www.printablescenery.com/Gloomy-gully-assembly-guide.docx
The tournament Support Program is a new system we are starting here at Printable Scenery to help out tournament organizers at the major conventions by providing pre-made tables of awesome fantasy terrain. We have used the beautifully painted terrain here in the Printable Scenery office to make themed tables perfect for tournament play. Each set… Read more
Our incredibly popular Goblin Grotto terrain is perfect for Dungeons & Dragons, but also fantasy wargaming too. This article will focus on using the Grotto kits to easily make an awesome gaming table for Age of Sigmar or Kings of War. We used the Blooming Lanterns, Mesmerizing Morels and Magic Mushrooms to create fungal forests,… Read more
Below is a painting guide for the Moon Base of Sanctuary-17 All the models were primed in Army Painter Matt White White plating Wash the wall section in Games Workshop Apothecary White contrast paint. Dry-brush with Army Painter White. Grey reinforcing bars, vent coverings, latches, floor storage. Base-coat with Army Painter Castle Grey, you may… Read more
Taking your 3D printed terrain and creating an awesome looking wargaming table is really easy. This article will focus on using the Sci-Fi Settlement terrain to create a futuristic wargame table for use in Star Wars Legion scenarios. We used the Droid Yard, House and Grain Silo, Watch Tower, Storm Bunker and the Adobe Hut… Read more
Below is a painting guide for the Ancient Alien pyramids of New Eden. The models were initially primed with Army Painter Desert Yellow. Stone:1. Heavy dry-brush: Army Painter Skeleton Bone2. light dry-drush: Army Painter Mummy Robes Dry-brush the Mummy Robes in the center of the model, leave 1 row at the top and bottom with… Read more
Taking your 3D printed terrain and creating an awesome looking wargaming table is really easy. This article will focus on using the Ork & Tribal terrain to create a fantasy wargame table for use in Age of Sigmar or Kings of War scenarios. The walls in the Tribal Ramparts and Ramparts Gate sets act as… Read more