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Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls & Maps Vol 1, Free PDF Download!

19 Aug

 

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Ok people! I thought long and hard about a decent way to tackle some material in this article series, and rather than the usual, I’ve opted for this.

So, what is it? Well, I wanted to share with you how I made my books, scrolls and other small 28mm accessories for my mini dungeon, and since I had it already half made for myself, I thought I’d finish it as a PDF publication and give it away free for all on Wargames Vault. Yup, that’s right, Free free free!

I’m quite proud of it to be honest, each method for constructing the parts of this paper kit are fully explained with pictures, and with this ebook you’ll be able to reproduce hundreds, if not thousands of tiny books and stuff for your games and models. See, I’m that generous!

I’ll be posting a link on the side of the menu later to direct everyone who wants a copy, but for now I’ll be available here: Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls & Maps Vol 1 Paperkit direct from Wargames Vault.

If your not a member of the site, go and sign up and get hold of your copy. It costs nothing to join and the PDF is totally free, so what are you waiting for!?

I’ll be back later to show you how to construct some furniture to place your new 28mm books on.

As ever, likes, comments etc are much appreciated (I’d love to see what you all think of the kit, if it’s popular I’d be tempted to make some more….)

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4 Responses to “Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Books, Scrolls & Maps Vol 1, Free PDF Download!”

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  1. Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: The tables are turned (or constructed…) | The Grinning Skull - September 1, 2015

    […] into the further adventures of fleshing out my dungeon creation. Since my last related post was the Free Books PDF, I wanted to show you how to make stuff that you can display your newly constructed pieces […]

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  2. Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Need storage? Help yours(h)elf! Creating Mini Shelves. | The Grinning Skull - September 5, 2015

    […] effort. As well as the tables we talked about earlier, these beauties are ideal for showing off the books and items found in the free PDF (as you can see in the […]

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  3. 4xD: But hey Mr Grim, I wanna’ game my dungeon in 15mm…. | The Grinning Skull - October 5, 2015

    […] do. For the books on the shelves, use thinner card too for scale. Books can also be made from the books & scrolls PDF, by printing the kit out at about 50-65% (your choice) and using thin card instead of EVA foam. […]

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  4. Grim’s Dungeons of Doom: Tavern Tales: Raising the bar! Making a Tavern bar! | The Grinning Skull - November 29, 2015

    […] for the labels, but this time, I opted for using printed labels. I used the printouts from the books and scrolls PDF, and cut out small labels from various elements on the sheets (If you haven’t got the PDF, […]

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