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How to Make Hirst Arts D&D Dungeon Tiles - Part One: Pouring, Bases and Gluing

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Published on Mar 18, 2013

Part one of a two part video series, where I take you through the process of creating gaming terrain for D&D using Hirst Arts silicone molds. This video covers the pouring of plaster floor and wall tiles, cutting of bases from foamboard and gluing the pieces in various configurations for use in a table top game. Part two, which will cover priming, painting and flocking of pieces, can be seen here: http://youtu.be/QzGdr7s5bwo

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