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    mortuusauris
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    Hi all,

    I recently completed my first commission of non-modular terrain for a custom campaign designed by a friend. I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought it came out pretty well considering I had only made one custom board before (I customised my BattleLore board which broke in a recent move).

    I am looking to make more as it’s so much fun and wanted to get an idea of the kind of thing people want. I’m happy for bizarre suggestions as well as what might seem obvious, but remember I’m new so looking for any tips! I welcome any suggestions.

    Here’s an overview:

    TR-4

    I’m also keen to do a contemporary setting rather than the classic fantasy or sci-fi theme. I would be keen to challenge myself by creating a real location. My most recent effort was totally free, other than a loose brief, and most was created as one would doodle or sketch from imagination.

    Here’s a video of the most recent work: Cam View.

    If anyone wants anything made let me know!

    Looking forward to discovering new ideas and fellow creators.

    Thanks,

    Peter

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    lancorz
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    Looks fab Peter. Would love to see some action shots with minis, let us know how the campaign turns out!

    Always wanted to see a vertical dungeon rather than everything be on one level.

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    mortuusauris
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    Hi,

    Thanks. I dropped half of it off this weekend. Couldn’t get the other half in the car! Hopefully it will make it’s way around the M25 and in one piece. I’ve asked for photo once the campaign is underway so hopefully they’ll get some good shots!

    Best wishes,

    Peter

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