Rush job for my step-daughter’s mom (her gift to her boyfriend who is really into DnD) as I only got the rough look and feel details a week before Christmas. had to juggle designing it (with learning Inkscape), working full time, a toddler and 7 month old! Ahh, the fun. He already had a felt bowl to capture the dice, so this one came without a fence.
Thanks! I figured I didn’t have enough time to do a really solid thorough design, so best to split my effort 50-50 between structure (necessary) and something “shiny” (the brickwork) to catch the eye and distract from all the rest.
Ohhhh… that looks very promising, and the store actually ships to Canada! Now how to justify increasing my order to get free shipping (on orders $400+). Any other material recommendations from that site? I’ve got a new(ish) Glowforge and once my nanny starts in a month I’ll theoretically have more time on my hands…
I’d be happy to share the source file for the castle tower - will post v2 on here once I tidy it up and make some improvements. I did it in InkScape (easier/quicker learning curve) but I’m hoping to figure out Fusion 360 as I’m in love with parametric design (I’m a math nerd but have never used a CAD software).
I really want my next design project to be a full DnD DM screen that is functional, not just a privacy block. Would love to figure out a way to include planetary gears that is actually useful, after being inspired by @finh’s amazing Magic life tracker! If I can find someone or several DMs to solicit requirements (I hate designing something that isn’t actually practical/useful/good design) then I’ll post that and share it as well.
Thank you! It’s black card stock scales on a tumbler with 3 thin coats of epoxy. The first layer I added mica pigment… I was actually trying to make my own shift colors but it ended up gray blue which (Luckily) was fine because blue is her fav color.
I love the idea of the functional screen! That would be a big hit!