And now you have letters and numbers


This is the second release of models for the dynamic floors from last week. Now we have Letters and Numbers.  Next up are wooden sets that let you do a variety of designs in woodwork. These, like the runic faces, should be really useful for doing puzzles and dungeon decor.  

Lets us know what you think in the comments below.

We didn't start the fire

That's a lie. Yes we did. 

We think we revealed far too much about how old we are. 

Following from what we all discussed a few weeks ago, here's the second of the OpenForge Encounters: The Fire Shrine!

Like with the last shrine, we have some rune-laced walls, floors, a new option for the archway and a shrine. Since this is a fire shrine, we figured we should bling it up a bit, so this one can use Walmart LED votive candles for a flaming brazier!  (We imagine fire as a bit of a drama queen.) The flames are pretty easy to make using a hot glue gun.

Grab it on thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments!

OpenForge Encounters: Earth Shrine

We decided to try an experiment this week.  Rather than release a full tile set, we built all the tiles needed for a room.  Our first one is the Earth Shrine.  The set includes in both cut-stone and rough stone:

  • Floors with earth symbol
  • Walls with earth symbol
  • Pillars with futhark runes that say "earth"
  • Archway inspired by the bluestone of Stonehenge
  • Bluestone earth altar

Grab the files from thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments below.  We plan to release a few more of these in the experiment: Fire, Water, Air and Spirit.

Let us know what you think in the comments!

Real ruins have curves

Here are some curved ruined tiles for your collection. Comes with four sizes of circular curves (1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4), along with oval curves (1x2, 1x3, 1x4, 2x3, 2x4, 3x4). All curves come in low, half and full, with 2x2 also having every combination of the three. These are construction-kit files, so you need to print a base, a wall and a floor.

Grab em' on thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments.

Step through the mystic arch and see what's on the other side...

Continuing from the arcane circles, the arcane archway is another piece of scatter terrain that doubles as an OpenForge 2.0 piece.  The arcane archway was inspired by Frostgrave: Ulterior Motives, which calls for a freestanding arch or doorway that players can place on the battlefield. It's just as useful for your dungeon delving and ruin exploration in your D&D/Pathfinder game.

We've made 3 styles of base (plain pillars, dragon skull adorned and demon skull adorned) and 3 styles of arch (plain, human skull with Celtic adornments, and astral runes). In the future, we may make some other variations if people want them.

Grab em on thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments!

We've runed everything - magical runes, that is!

No dungeon would be complete without a floor covered in runes waiting to activate and summon a gaggle of demons. Or maybe you just need a nifty coaster. Whatever. We won’t judge.

Comes with floor tiles that can use any OpenForge 2.0 base and separate stone circles that can be placed anywhere.

These are all designed to print upright. The detail on them is too small to pick up well if you're printing flat. Since the z-axis is generally smaller then the nozzle on most fdm printers, when you want tight detail, it's much easier if you put that detail on the z-axis.

If you play Frostgrave, the 2-inch versions of the circles are perfect for the arcane circle terrain piece used in the new Ulterior Motives expansion.

This portal is so awesome you'll pee yourself

We got this idea from a patron and decided to run with it. Since we are banging out the ruined stone set, it seems like a perfect fit.

Print, paint, and drop in your cellphone with the included video file, and your players can enter the gateway to another plane!

Grab the files on Thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Next week, we'll be getting back to the rest of the ruined stone set.  Be sure to vote on the backer site  to let us know what you want to see in the future!

OpenForge Tools: Magnetic Clamps Released!


This week's release is a bit on the outside of normal for what we have been doing.  This isn't a tile or terrain: It's a tool to help you more easily put the terrain we release together.  A few weeks ago we were watching a video on TerranScapes in which Mike reviewed magnetic clamps, and we knew we had to make them.  A bunch of magnet purchases, experimentation with different , and some trial and error, and you get today's release.

We're finding them super useful as we assemble the ruined pieces we've been releasing, and we thought this would make an interesting release. We realize it's a bit outside our normal wheelhouse, so before we do any more tools releases, we want to hear your feedback on whether you find this kind of thing compelling. 

So go grab em on Thingiverse and let us know what you think in the comments!

Bring in your dead! Bring in your dead!

If you’re like us, you’re probably wondering, “Where do I put all these dead bodies?”

Wonder no more: Masterwork Tools is killing it with this mausoleum. Originally designed for the Frostgrave scenario “The Mausoleum,” the piece is a great addition to any tabletop game that calls for a graveyard.

Devon’s proud of this one:  He has printed some beautiful pieces created by other makers, but this is his most complex design. Terrain remains his bread and butter, but he’s been working hard at expanding his Blender skills to make more interesting buildings for players to interact with. Monica’s primary contribution to this piece was preventing our 4-year-old from adding her own Crayola graffiti art. That was 3 seconds of heart-stopping terror, let us tell you.

This piece consists of eight distinct parts, thirty three to print, which took about a week to print using PLA plastic. It took two nights to paint. We’re offering optional parts for making it compatible with Openforge 2.0 magnetic bases and OpenLock bases.  

The top of the building comes off so you can see inside, as do the sides so your players can move freely when the undead inevitably run amok. ‘Cause those coffins aren’t going to grave-rob themselves.

Thank you so much to the Patrons supporting our work. Your contributions help us continue to make high-quality prints for your games. If you’d like to support our work, please visit our Patreon page. You can also download the tiles for free on Thingiverse

Don't forget to vote on the backer site  for what you want to see next.  This piece was kind of a wild hair, but we still decide almost every time what to design next on the votes.