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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby The Admiral » Friday April 27th, 2018 7:23am

I love that throne. Much more comfortable for the Witch Lords bony arse!


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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby Showdown35 » Tuesday July 3rd, 2018 2:35am

Yet another giant update to this project! I finally finished the doors! This was the single most time-consuming and difficult aspect of this entire homebrew endeavor. I struggled with deciding on concept, materials, and structure for the doors for over a year, but finally figured out a way to make them look how I wanted, while still being sturdy enough to handle everyday use, and sit nicely on the board (over the wall edges) without taking up too much tile space. Check out my project site to see a detailed overview of how I made them.

How I made the doors:
http://www.showdowndave.ca/heroquest/finishing-doors.html

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I even got a head start on the Kellar's Keep special doors.

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Bonus! Here's the first of my special tiles: The Spiral Staircase! Pretty basic design, but I wanted to keep it simple to mimic the simplicity of the original tile.

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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby Daedalus » Tuesday July 3rd, 2018 6:49am

I like how your doors slot on the wall. Is it enough to provide more stability?

I think KISS works well with the spiral stairs--good work!
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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby Showdown35 » Tuesday July 3rd, 2018 10:57pm

Daedalus wrote:I like how your doors slot on the wall. Is it enough to provide more stability?


It's not a tight or "snap" fit like Lego or anything, but the base is wide enough to keep them from tipping easily, and straddling the walls keeps them from sliding out of place. I'm very happy with how they function.
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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby Bob77 » Sunday August 18th, 2019 5:07pm

Wow...just wow!!!
The creativity and attention to detail (especially on the book cases) is awesome.
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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby ghost01013 » Tuesday February 25th, 2020 8:49pm

Love this! Really awesome stuff.
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Re: Showdown HomeBrew: Furniture

Postby Fredostrike » Wednesday February 26th, 2020 12:01pm

Showdown35 wrote:Yet another giant update to this project! I finally finished the doors! This was the single most time-consuming and difficult aspect of this entire homebrew endeavor. I struggled with deciding on concept, materials, and structure for the doors for over a year, but finally figured out a way to make them look how I wanted, while still being sturdy enough to handle everyday use, and sit nicely on the board (over the wall edges) without taking up too much tile space. Check out my project site to see a detailed overview of how I made them.

How I made the doors:
http://www.showdowndave.ca/heroquest/finishing-doors.html

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I even got a head start on the Kellar's Keep special doors.

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Bonus! Here's the first of my special tiles: The Spiral Staircase! Pretty basic design, but I wanted to keep it simple to mimic the simplicity of the original tile.

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Feedback is welcome.



What material and tools did you use to make this was this printed or handmade.

If it was printed can i ask where you got the stl from ?
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