Saturday, August 29, 2009

Make your own Gelatinous Cube Miniature!

I've been pondering how I'd do this for years... decades even! Ever since I first opened my first copy of the Dungeons and Dragons 2nd ed Monstrous Manual way back in 1996. Last week while I was working on the forthcoming Dungeon Dressing set to go with the Dungeon Tiles inspiration hit me! This Cube is fairly easy to put together and uses Ink-Jet Transparencies and 2 Part Epoxy Resin.

Follow the link below to download the ZIP file, which contains the outline and art for the Cube and a PDF containing instructions on how to build it.

Download Kev's Lounge: Free Gelatinous Cube Model at Papercraft Dungeon

Once you've built the Cube, you may want to give it a nice cosy dungeon to roam around:
Free Dungeon Corridor Tiles
Free Dungeon Small Rooms Tiles
Free Dungeon Bigger Room Tiles
Free Dungeon Huge Room Tiles
Free Dungeon Door Standees
Free Open Dungeon Door Standees

Not keen on spending the rest of his life being digested, Wulfgar Wulfgarsen wisely makes a run for it…
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Anonymous said...

That is simply genius, applause and kudos !

Christian said...

Being a big fan of minis, I really like your blog. Keep up the good work.

Lounge Lizard Kev said...

Thanks for the support guys!

NonCharon said...

:( I bought some transparencies, printed one out, began cut it out and paint it, and then found out the side with the images is longer than the other sides, making it a trapezoid. I guess that would still be usable, but the top and bottom won't fit now.