Posted on September 2nd, 2011 No comments
WorldWorksGames Roll Arena is the must have accessory for all role players! 100% system generic, the Roll Arena elevates dice throwing to a whole new level!
- A variety of arena inserts are included, allowing you to define hit locations or resolve randomized symbol based outcomes. Swap them out as needed!
- Includes completely editable system cards which match each arena symbol, allowing you to define conditions based on your unique needs.
- A card drawer plus two dice drawers finish off the perfect dice throwing solution for your next game!
Preview the instructions here to see how it all goes together!
This set also includes GSD files for owners of Silhouette or Craft ROBO cutters.
I’ve had a chance to make the roller arena myself and I really enjoy it! You can add your own text to the cards which is really handy for personalising your games! Here is a picture of the Roller arena I built.
Posted on July 16th, 2011 No comments
Profantasy The Cartographer’s Annual 2011 July issue is a paper diorama of mines.
The July issue of the Annual 2010 a customizable mine diorama that you can print and assemble as you need. Created with Dioramas Pro, it also shows off many of that add-ons features without the need of actually owning it!
The style contains 14 A4/Letter pages of Dioroma goodness. Ech of these can be customized on its own, and together they allow you to build almost any mine layout. The accompanying mapping guide gives hints and tips for customization and assembly.
The map pack Mine Diorama includes
1 new drawing style
2 new template wizards (Imperial and metric units)
2 new symbols
8 bitmap fills
32 new drawing tools
1 new effect setting
15 pages of example diorama parts
15 pages of blank diorama parts
1 4-page mapping guide
I’ve been pushing for an update for Dioramas and Character Artist (for paper figures) for months now.
Posted on September 15th, 2010 No comments
In space, they can hear you play…
Codename Titan marks WorldWorksGames first sci-fi installment in the TerrainlinX lineup. This first component-zone focuses on essential corridor infrastructure and general building or starship construction. Perfect for representing both interior and exterior sci-fi structures of any footprint or height. Our TerrainlinX build system, with its ability to store flat, add & remove elements on-the-fly, dynamically mix and match elements from other terrain sets, create easy “lift-off” levels, and complete “Robo-cutter” compatibility, makes Codename Titan one of the most flexible sci-fi terrain systems on the market today!
And this is just the beginning! Future installments in the Titan line will seamlessly integrate additional component-zones to cover all your classic sci-fi infrastructure needs.
Codename: TITAN contains all of the following:
- 1 Floor 6″x6″ 1 Inch
- 1 Floor 6″x6″ 1.5 Inch
- 1 Floor 6″x6″ Blank
- 2 Hallways 3″x6″ 1 Inch
- 2 Hallways 3″x6″ 1.5 Inch
- 1 Hallways 3″x6″ Blank
- 6 Small Floors 3″x3″ 1 Inch
- 1 Small Floors 3″x3″ 1.5 Inch
- 1 Small Floors 3″x3″ Blank
- 3 3″ Generic Walls in double-interior format
- 1 3″ Generic Wall in interior/exterior format
- 2 3″ Doors in double-interior format
- 1 3″ Door in interior/exterior format
- 2 6″ Generic Walls in double-interior format
- 1 6″ Generic Wall in interior/exterior format
- 1 6″ Door Wall in double-interior format
- 1 6″ Door Wall in interior/exterior format
- 1 6″ Window Wall in double-interior format
- 1 6″ Window Wall in interior/exterior format
- 1 Small Angle Wall in double-interior format
- 1 Large Angle Wall in interior/exterior format
- 6 Posts
- Stairs in 1″, 1.5″ and 3″ wide versions
- 2 9″ Balconies
- 3 6″ Balconies
- Balcony Supports
- 6 3″ Railings
- 3 6″ Railings
- And as always, fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions
Posted on August 18th, 2010 No comments
Pillboxes and Corridors
( Paper Make iT ! ) Price: $5.90 Ask a question about this product
Pillboxes and Corridors: a tool to create and print unfolded 3d models reproducing Sci-Fi Outposts.
With this tool you will be able to design your customized Sci-Fi Outpost.
Drag the model from the library and the system will unfold it for you adding needed flaps for gluing it.
Choose the Scale you use to play (28mm, 15mm, 10mm, 6mm, 2mm, or what you like more) and everything will be resized accordingly.
Change the height of your block or the length of your Corridor.
Add personalized Logos, accessories and text as you like.
Pdfs and source files are included to start and print in seconds!
This tool is a Flash application available in two versions:
1) Portable EXE for Windows Systems (you don’t need to install it and doesn’t require any additional software)
2) swf format for any Operative System (Windows, MAC, Linux, etc.). You can run the tool under any browser with at least Flash Player 10 (free) installed.
Drag & Drop system.
Elements free to be modified.
Dynamic Text can be inserted.
Canvas of 7” x 10”.
Pattern grid of 1”x1” (2,54cm x 2,54cm) square.
Save and Load feature.
Save as bitmap image.
pdf function (a pdf creator installed on your computer is required).
Cancel and Erase buttons.
An intuitive graphical interface allows the player to start designing his first Container in just seconds after reading the single Help Page or the complete Manual included.
Thanks to scrolling panels each element is shown easily and identified by a set of symbols to recall the number of alternative images, the rotating capability, the possibility to modify the size, the random generated shape feature, the Fill aid or some special features called WoW! for extra element behaviour.
Rescale your Container your your preferred Scale from 1/58 to what else less you need.
Write down your own text labels for a more personalized room or object: a dynamic text system, available in 16 million colours, can be placed, rotated and resized easily.
Save you work in progress for some relax and then Restore it in a second time with the Load feature.
Produce a bitmap image in png format to edit with any Image Editor.
Pdfs can be created by third parties to save works (Pdf creators, not included)
Other special functions are ready to be implemented in future releases, expanding even more the capabilities of Shuffler.
This Flash application runs under every browser with Adobe Flash Player 10 installed (Widows, MAC, Linux). Anyway also a stand alone (Portable) Exe file is available and included (requires Windows OS installed or Wine under Linux).
Discuss it HERE on our Forums
Posted on June 21st, 2010 No comments
Ebbles Miniatures brings you the M3619 Folding Unit structure, these portable buildings are perfect for your war gamming or role playing needs. Medium dormitory-sized utility structure and a small cabin-sized utility structure with removable roof and functional interior. Includes 8 different color schemes, which can be mixed and matched for up to 64 possible combinations.
You can’t beat the price either
Small folding unit $2.00
Medium folding unit $4.00
Large folding unit $6.00
X-tra Large folding unit $8.00
Check it out for yourself at
Posted on January 6th, 2009 No comments
I was working on my Warhammer Manor and decided that I’m going to base it. Once that decision was made, i started to lay out the base features. I was futzing with the walls and fences when I had the brilliant notion to make the gate a functioning one.
I usually get in over my head when I have these simple ideas.
Posted on February 12th, 2008 No comments
Finally! Let’s finish this sucker up. You might want to reread the first two parts which deal with construction and painting.
- Building Cellar Dwellers’ Blacksmith shop – Part 1
- Building Cellar Dwellers’ Blacksmith shop – Part 2
Lets start where Part 2 ended. Here is the painted building. It looks a little unfinished because the ground cover isn’t complete. I could have taken the quick way out and just painted the ground green but, like I’ve said before, “It just doesn’t look that realistic.”
Read the rest on Terrain Monster:
Posted on August 14th, 2007 No comments
Welcome Back! This is part 2 of my 3 part mini-series on building Cellar Dweller’s Blacksmith shop. It’s been a while so you may want to reread the first part which deals with the actual construction of the model. This part is concerned with the painting and Part 3 will deal with “finishing”. (You thought painting it was the end? )
Read the entire article on our sister site: Terrain Monster: Building Cellar Dwellers’ Blacksmith shop – Part 2
Posted on October 18th, 2005 No comments
I was asked to write a "how-to" on making plants out of sprues.
"What are sprues?", you ask.
Sprues are the plastic frames that multipart models or minis come on. Most people cut the pieces off and throw out the frame. Not me. I never throw anything out (much to my wifes displeasure).
I wasn't going to write this up because it's insanely easy and fast.
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Posted on October 17th, 2005 No comments
I have a confession to make. I LOVE Styrene. There, I said it. Please don’t think less of me.
I’m just a hack when it comes to working with this stuff. I don’t have the best tools and I certainly don’t worry about scale. I build for look and functionality.
List of materials and tools is simple: Different shapes of styrene (described in the article), plastic glue, side cutters, ruler, pin vice (hand drill), razor saw & miter box.
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