Bring out your bread! Bring out your bread!

I'm starting the process of filling out the kitchen of the Dirty Goat Tavern.

I designed this bread oven after looking at a large number of paintings and real bread ovens from the middle ages. Add a cut-down tea light in the interior to give it a beautiful flickering-fire glow.

This is the most detailed model I've ever created, though some of that detail is lost in printing.  Every brick is hand textured and different from the others.  This model was an experiment in what level of detail I could achieve.

Grab it on Thingiverse and let me know what you think in the comments below. If you like what you see, please support our Patreon campaign, and let your friends know about us. We greatly appreciate your support!

Administrative note: Releasing on Tuesday and Thursday has been difficult because of the very short period of time between the two release days. There's barely time to get something made between them. I've decided to move to a Tuesday and Friday schedule so that I can have a little more time to get the second weekly release completed.

You can't come back if you never leave. These doors let you leave.

Another piece needed for the tavern.

I decided to do both wood- and stone-floor variations of this tile.  For dungeons, it will be nice to have access to both square and arched doorways to be able to theme different areas differently.

In my research, I noted that many Tudor buildings have stone-lined doors.  I incorporated this into the tavern of the Dirty Goat for the owner's quarters and the kitchen.

Grab the stone ones here and the wood ones here.  The backs have also been added to the wall construction kit

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Tudor External Door Released

We're back from GenCon!  It was a great time, and we got tons of new ideas while we were there.  

We picked up a starter for WarMachine and books for Frostgrave, so there's always a possibility that we could release some terrain pieces that could do double duty for RPG and war games.

We're continuing to build out the pieces for the second level of the inn. We've added some pictures of the in-process inn to the project trello board. Grab the new tiles here and here for cross beam versions. 

Variety is the spice of life -- and Tudor walls

To complete the set I released Tuesday, I've filled out the rest of the Tudor-wall variations.  

We now have a full set of 1x1 - 4x4 of external cross beam walls along with 2x2 of all the diagonal variations.  Like usual, if you want any of the diagonal variations in other sizes, ping me and I'll get them released.

Grab the cross beam and the cross beam variations sets on Thingiverse and let me know what you think below.

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Bow down before me, mortals!

"When someone asks if you're a god, you say yes!"

"When someone asks if you're a god, you say yes!"

Are your gods feeling neglected? Give them the respect they deserve with this snazzy shrine. 

I was getting a little antsy to do something other then tiles for the tavern, so I created this shrine.

This piece has many possible uses. It can act as a shrine, part of a dungeon puzzle, or a special place for items or ritual sacrifices. (In game, people! No ritual sacrifices in the real world!)

There are two main variations: the shrine, which has four pillars and a roof, with molding; and the wall shrine, which has two half pillars and a roof with molding. The shrine can be set anywhere. The wall shrine is designed to butt against a wall.

Both include variations in which the shrine is completely open so you can set what you like in it, and both have an option with an altar where you can set items.

The shrine has a variation with a plinth that is sized for miniatures with a 25 mm base (most of the plastic Pathfinder and D&D minis). If you resize all the plinth parts to 200%, it should also hold large mins. This can be used to create some really interesting shrines for specific people or gods.

Grab it on Thingiverse and let me know what you think in the comments. If you like what you see, support our Patreon campaign. 

Tudor diagonals released!

With this, I've got all the tiles needed for the Tavern's first-floor great room.  I need to do a fair amount of printing and painting, but as soon as I have, I'll post pictures of how the tavern is coming along.

This set has two versions: one with diagonal bases and the other with square bases. Picture of a square diagonal is forthcoming. The first one I made didn't come out properly, so I'm re-printing it now.

Note: I broke my foot Saturday and just had surgery.  Releases might be irregular for the next week or two, but I'm doing my best to stay on schedule. 

Let me know what you think in the comments below. If you are at the $2/model level, be sure to vote for what you want to see coming next on the OpenForge Trello board.  Everyone can scan the upcoming ideas and comment.  If you should have an account but don't, message me and I'll get you in.

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Tudor and Cut-Stone "Pillars" Released!

This piece serves at least two purposes. First, it can resolve the gap that forms when you create a corner with two wall pieces. Second, it can be used as a structural beam to help hold up additional levels.  It also happens to be a necessary set of pieces for the tavern.  To see some uses, and get a preview of how these will be used in the tavern, take a peak at the pictures on Thingiverse.

Since this tile was a rather simple build, I've gone ahead and created multiple sets at once.  I've published Tudor standard-height pillars, as well as cut stone in all three heights (half, standard and tall).

Given the huge number of possible variations in tile sizes and pillar placement, I've created the most common ones. If you want another size/placement, leave a comment and I'll get it uploaded.

As usual, let us know what you think below.

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It's knotwork: It's play! (Ha ha! See what we did there?)

Many times I've built a dungeon with what is supposed to be an impressive room for the boss fight.  Those rooms screamed out for additional decoration to help make clear the narrative importance of the room.

All I've had in the past are a few tiles that have some designs on them, but nothing that was modular to let me build out the designs to really fit the room.  

Well, no longer.  

The Celtic knotwork floor tiles have all the modular bits you would expect: straights, corners, tees and crosses so you can build out any design you want.  I've also included two full rectangular pieces at 4x4 and my first 6x4 tile.

With the large number of variations within even a single tile size, I'm not publishing all the size variations as well.  If you want a tile of a specific size, let me know and I'll get it out.

Grab 'em on Thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments! If you like what you see, please support our Patreon campaign. 

Room are better when you can enter and leave them

We've now got doors for our Tudor set!

Just like the Tudor walls, this is a split set. I've made the basic Tudor doors as well as one set of variations. The second set of variations is forthcoming, and it will have cross beams in the center, along with the various diagonals.


Download them for free on Thingiverse. If you like what you see, please support us on Patreon

Let us know what you think in the comments below!