Building a Dwarven Forge Terrain Piece Using Dollar Store Toys
As I’ve mentioned here before, I love all of the improvisation that’s going on in the game modeling and dungeon crafting communities using dollar store finds.
In this build, Jeremy of Black Magic Craft uses some dwarf action figure toys as the basis of an improvised dwarven forge foundry terrain piece.
It’s fun to see him make it up as he goes along. Most of the rest of the build was fashioned from plastic packaging and other junk.
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