Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Dungeon Scenery


I've posted before about my new-found interest in Dungeon Scenery. Dwarven Forge is well-known for its pre-painted dungeon scenery and tiles. Perhaps lesser known, but equally good, is Thomarillion, which sells unpainted scenery and other gaming elements and hails, if I understand correctly, from Germany.

Despite its continental location, it appears to also supply to North America. Here is an image from the Thomarillion website. It is a picture of five treasure piles, one of which would be fun to place in the corner, as a placeholder for whatever treasure is in a particular room the characters are exploring.

4 comments:

biopunk said...

Very cool.

I really liked their "Necromants´ shelves".

I came across this fledgling company from Kentucky:

http://www.easternfront-studios.net/?page_id=11

Sean Robson said...

That's perfect! I've been looking for basing material for a large dragon miniature I'm waiting to paint and I've been wanting a treasure horde with a dead adventurer. Awesome, thanks.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

biopunk said...
Very cool.
I really liked their "Necromants´ shelves".
I came across this fledgling company from Kentucky:
http://www.easternfront-studios.net/?page_id=11


Thanks for sharing!

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Sean Robson said...
That's perfect! I've been looking for basing material for a large dragon miniature I'm waiting to paint and I've been wanting a treasure horde with a dead adventurer. Awesome, thanks.

Glad you liked. I want all five of these, if only for the treasure goodness/coolness factor.