This is a video on configuring this new style of OpenLOCK scatter terrain. There are 16 pieces in this set, with 5 corner end pieces that allow different conjunction of wall configurations. With 1″, 2″, 3″ doorway, 4″ and 6″ length walls, there are a lot of variation in the style of walls. There is… Read more
This is a how to on how the new Caverns of Torment OpenLOCK scatter terrain works. There are 14 pieces in this set, with 5 corner end pieces that allow different conjunction of wall configurations. With 1″, 2″, 4″ and 5″ length walls, there are a lot of variation in the style of walls. There… Read more
Here is the list of parts Required per level to create the Large Square Tower.
Below I have listed all the parts per level required to build the Round Tower with Buttress.
A step by step guide to painting the wooden floors Use a paint brush and paint colours = oak brown, monster brown, true copper. (Any dark brown and light brown combination will work) 2. Wooden floors primed and ready to paint. 3. Firstly start with the black primed wooden floor tile, secondly paint a base coat… Read more
OpenLOCK parts print with small supports in front of the OpenLOCK ports. Remove the supports so you can insert the OpenLOCK. Use a pair of pliers to remove the supports. Be careful not to break the dividers between the OpenLOCK ports. Save Save Save Save
OpenLOCK is an open-source building system that allows miniature scenery designers to design amazing cross-compatible scenery for tabletop games. The system uses ‘OpenLOCK’ clips, to lock the pieces in place and ‘top locking pins’ to allow building levels to be stacked. The complete set of OpenLOCK templates are freely available for download, which means that… Read more
This step by step guide will show you how to prepare the stone barn for dry brushing. For more information on dry brushing, please check out the speed dry brushing tutorial. Print the stone barn and roof with supports ‘switched off’ at 0.2. Print the doors on a ‘raft’ at 0.1. 2. Carefully using a craft… Read more
We design many of our models with ‘guide holes’. These ‘guide holes’ are small holes built into each 3D printed part to allow you to align parts and keep parts together while assembling. These guide holes can also be used to make connecting pins to hold building floors in place. To make the locking pins, you will need:… Read more
You are now able to get our models printed by a 3rd Party Licenced Printer. If you don’t own a 3D printer, you can use one of our licenced 3rd party printers to print our models. Each product page has a ‘get it printed button.’ When you click the ‘get it printed button’, on the… Read more