Dungeon Work in Progress (2)

I realized it has been a while since I did any updates so I figured I would post what I have managed to do recently.  I’ve had a bit less free time than I’d like so the modular pieces from last post aren’t done.

But, as the pics below show, even half painted they blend in very well with the others.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon

A bit over-exposed with light, I am having trouble trying to get the light contrast right for these pics of the terrain.  Might need to look into a cloth to put them on the get colour balancing and light ratios.  Trust me, that only sounds knowledgeable and technical, I barely understand it.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon.  Barrow Warden Mystic,  Astrid Female Bard,  Brother Roberto, and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures.  Games Workshop Dunedain, Goblins and Skeletons.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon. Barrow Warden Mystic, Astrid Female Bard, Brother Roberto, and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures. Games Workshop Dunedain, Goblins and Skeletons.

The brave adventurers are attacked on all fronts.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon.  Barrow Warden Mystic and   Brother Roberto by Reaper Miniatures.  Games Workshop Dunedain and Skeletons.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon. Barrow Warden Mystic and Brother Roberto by Reaper Miniatures. Games Workshop Dunedain and Skeletons.

Facing the onslaught of undead, the brave ranger and cleric prepare to sell their lives dearly.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon.  Astrid Female Bard and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures.  Games Workshop Goblins.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon. Astrid Female Bard and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures. Games Workshop Goblins.

The bard and mage confidently stare down the goblins…

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon.  Astrid Female Bard and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures.  Games Workshop Goblins.

Hirst Arts Modular Dungeon. Astrid Female Bard and Anirion Wood Elf Mage by Reaper Miniatures. Games Workshop Goblins.

Until a portcullis separates the two adventurers!

I also managed to get a modular door piece finished, but as I was grabbing it to photograph the top row came undone.  The key point here is build a top row to keep them assembled.  I should have it ready for the next update.

Overall, the dungeon is progressing slowly but surely.  I am busy casting bricks to finish a room I have given the ominous name of “The Gauntlet”.

Hopefully something here inspired you today, if nothing else to play out little dramas to photograph and post.

 

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2 responses to “Dungeon Work in Progress (2)”

  1. daggerandbrush says :

    The dungeon really takes shape and looks better and better. Did you consider using steel wire instead of wood for the bars? You won’t have the problem of it looking too much like wood.

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