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How to Make an Overgrown House for D&D

Published on Sep 14, 2018 598 views

This video shows you step by step how to make an old overgrown and abandoned looking house for your tabletop RPG! I play 5e D&D, but it's really perfect for any tabletop gaming.

I use a proxxon hot foam cutter when working with foam, but you can use a knife and get pretty close to the same results!

This doesn't need to be expensive by any means. I think if you only counted the parts of the materials I actually used, this came out to less than 5$. Of course there are a lot of up front costs, but if you have most of the materials already on hand, this is a pretty cheap build!

I used XPS foam, paints from walmart, mod podge, hot glue, a single leather rivet, PVA glue, and some woodland scenics coarse grass turf. I sealed everything in a thin coat of polyurethane at the very end to make sure that the house was protected once I was all said and done.

For a custom piece of terrain like this, I am extremely happy with how everything turned out. This was a first for me in a lot of way, so I am proud of the work that I accomplished.

If you have any ideas for what you would like to see built in the future, let me know in the comments down below! Then subscribe so you don't miss any new videos coming out in the future! Also, if you liked this, gimme that sweet sweet like!

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  • Keiei H
    Keiei H 7 месяцев назад Be careful wearing rings while using machinery, glue and similar crafting/carpentry. I don't want you to lose a finger or worse the ring could rip your flesh off of your finger.
  • Rybonator
    Rybonator 7 месяцев назад If I ever had a band saw or anything I would take them off. This is just a hot wire, worst it could do is singe a hair or two on my arm haha. :) Thanks though!