Descent Set: finished!

I’ve been working on this one for a long time, so long that I’ve already begun considering replacing it.  But, before I did that, I need to see this one through. It’s made with molds #201 and #205 from Hirst Arts.  The pieces are based on taskboard, which is rather expensive but cuts easily and appears to resist warping.  It’s also fairly lightweight.

I don’t play Descent, but like Bruce Hirst’s model (using the cavern molds) as a way to have a modular dungeon without walls blocking players’ views or scraping the points off of weapon tips.  I may put some dense craft foam on the bottom as an added protection for the set.


One thought on “Descent Set: finished!

  1. Looks fantastic! Great job.

    Are you trying to protect the set or the table it rests upon? If the latter, why not just some felt?

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